Tiffany Haddish has suffered her first box office flop. Her new movie, The Kitchen performed so poorly at the box office that Warner Bros. pulled the flick from theaters after just two and a half weeks.
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Disney's Aladdin, starring Will Smith, topped the three-day holiday weekend box office at $233 million worldwide. That figure includes $112 million in domestic ticket sales.
Yara Shahidi's sun is not burning so brightly. The former Black-ish star's television appeal hasn't translated well to the big screen.
Will Packer's new movie Little, starring Regina Hall, Issa Rae and Marsai Martin, took the second spot at the box office behind Warner Bros.'s Shazam!, according to Box Office Mojo.
Jordan Peele's new horror flick Us broke records at the box office bringing in $70 million in ticket sales over the weekend. But many moviegoers say the movie was a confusing, befuddled mess.
Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston's new movie The Upside ended Aquaman's reign atop the North American box office over the weekend. The Upside was a surprise hit after LGBT organizations called for their members to boycott the film over old derogatory tweets and jokes by Hart resurfaced online in December.
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish's comedy flick Night School held off a challenge from Warner Bros.' animated film Smallfoot to top the weekend box office with a $26 million debut.
The Superfly remake is on pace to gross $10 million at the box office. Movie-goers stayed away from theaters on the film's opening day on Wednesday. The movie took in just $1.2 million at 2,200 theaters, Variety.com reports.
Marvel Studios superhero movie 'Black Panther' broke records over the 3-day weekend delivering the fifth largest domestic opening weekend of all time. According to Box Office Mojo, Black Panther broke the record for the largest President's Day opening weekend of all time.
This is why some people can't show enthusiasm for the new fantasy and science fiction movie Black Panther. Marvel Studios spent millions on promotion and marketing for a movie about a superhero in a mythical African nation.
Critics are raving about the film, which they say blends politics, culture and activism better than any Marvel movie to date.