• Jumanji Stays At Top of Box Office While The Post Opens Strong

    6 days ago - By Fortune

    "The Post" registered a 10-fold increase in weekend box-office sales over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, with the awards contender from 21st Century Fox Inc. outdrawing three new releases.
    The drama about the Pentagon Papers generated $18.6 million in revenue from North American theaters over the first three days of the long weekend, researcher ComScore Inc. estimated in an email Sunday. Coming in second, it placed ahead of "Paddington 2," "Proud Mary" and "The Commuter." Sony Corp.'s "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" retained the top spot with $27 million.
    Fox expanded screenings of...
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  • Jumanji Tops The Post, The Commuter at Box Office

    6 days ago - By Time

    Meryl Streep, Liam Neeson, Paddington the bear and Taraji P. Henson all rushed into movie theaters over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, but “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” roared the loudest with an estimated $27 million in ticket sales.
    According to studio estimates Sunday, “Jumanji” easily remained the no. 1 film in North America despite an onslaught of new challengers. The film is now approaching $300 million domestically and, after grossing $40 million in China this weekend, a worldwide total of $667 million.
    Coming closest was Steven Spielberg's “The Post,” starring Streep and Tom...
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  • 'Jumanji' tops 'The Post,' 'The Commuter' at MLK box office

    6 days ago - By Miami Herald

    Meryl Streep, Liam Neeson, Paddington the bear and Taraji P. Henson all rushed into movie theaters over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, but "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" roared the...
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  • ‘Jumanji' tops ‘The Post,' ‘The Commuter' at MLK box office

    ‘Jumanji' tops ‘The Post,' ‘The Commuter' at MLK box office

    6 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    NEW YORK - Meryl Streep, Liam Neeson, Paddington the bear and Taraji P. Henson all rushed into movie theaters over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, but “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” roared the loudest with an estimated $27 million in ticket sales. According to studio estimates Sunday, “Jumanji” easily remained the no. 1 film...
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