How will Justice League's disappointing box office numbers effect the DCEU's future?
Warner Bros.' DCEU adventure Justice League hits number one in its opening weekend, but is being considered a disappointment for Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.' DCEU superhero ensemble Justice League looks to take over at the box office from Thor: Ragnarok this weekend.
Thor: Ragnarok has no trouble repeating atop the box office in its second weekend with $56 million, killing off Murder on the Orient Express, Daddy's Home 2.
Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok goes up against two newcomers in it's second week at the box office with Murder on the Orient Express and Daddy's Home 2.
The opening weekend success of Thor: Ragnarok has pushed the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole past the $5 billion domestic plateau.
Marvel Studios' Thor: Ragnarok helps bring the box office back to life with an impressive $121 million.
Not even Bella Thorn could save Amityville: The Awakening as it bombed over the weekend.
Marvel's highly-anticipated sequel Thor: Ragnarok goes up against STX's A Bad Moms Christmas at the box office this weekend.
Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok gets off to a strong start at the overseas box office, taking in a cool $107.6 million.
Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld believes Han Solo will be no match for Deadpool 2 when they open next summer.
Saw 8 also known as Jigsaw, manages to take home the top box office spot with just $16.2 million this weekend.
Jigsaw leads a pack of newcomers looking to take over the box office, including Suburbicon and Thank You For Your Service.
Director Denis Villeneuve speaks out about the disappointing box office status of Blade Runner 2049 and its failed marketing campaign.
Tyler Perry's comedy sequel Boo 2! A Madea Halloween has no trouble taking the top spot at the box office in the year's most crowded weekend.
The first opening weekend projections for Star Wars: The Last Jedi put the sequel significantly below the opening weekend record of Force Awakens.
Last weekend's winner Happy Death Day faces the most crowded box office field of the year, with five new movies arriving in wide release.
New Line's hit horror sequel Annabelle: Creation is one of 2017's biggest horror hits along with IT and Get Out.
The new Blumhouse thriller Happy Death Day impresses with $26.5 million, which was more than enough to take the box office crown this weekend.
Last weekend's winner Blade Runner 2049 goes up against four new releases in the start of a very competitive next few weeks at the box office.
Blade Runner 2049 can't escape the cult-favorite status at the box office.
Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated Blade Runner 2049 easily wins the weekend at the box office with an estimated $31.5 million.
China has been manipulating their box office numbers, resulting in a $40 million-dollar loss for Hollywood.
Warner Bros.' Blade Runner 2049 is eyeing a big opening weekend, going up against The Mountain Between Us and My Little Pony.
After one weekend in second place, New Line Cinema's IT adaptation returned to top the box office with $17.3 million.
Andy Muschietti's IT has officially passed the $500 million mark as it continues to rack up big box office.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle goes up against American Made and Flatliners in what could be another weak box office weekend.
Kingsman 2 takes down last weekend's winner IT at the box office with $39 million, as Ninjago and Friend Request both underperform.
Early box office tracking numbers are in for Justice League, which, if accurate, would put it behind the debut of Batman v Superman.
Two-time box office winner IT faces its toughest competition yet, with Kingsman: The Golden Circle and The LEGO Ninjago Movie hitting theaters this weekend.
Newcomers American Assassin and mother! both underperformed, giving IT the leg up it needed to win the box office for a second week in a row.
Director Andy Muschietti's IT has been breaking records left and right since it debuted and has broken a record every day since its release.
Director Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 is tracking for a $40 million debut at the box office, but will it be considered a hit?
The record-breaking blockbuster IT goes up against American Assassin, mother! and All I See Is You at the box office in its second weekend of release.
Rotten Tomatoes reviews do not have anything to do with the sagging 2017 box office according to a recent study.
The long-awaited Stephen King adaptation IT shattered box office records this weekend, opening with a whopping $117 million.
IT breaks the September opening day box office record and the largest Friday in New Line's history.
Universal's Despicable Me 3 is only the third movie this year to cross $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
Stephen King's IT squares of against Reese Witherspoon's Home Again as the box office looks to recover from a miserable summer season.
A series of disappointments, flops and franchise fatigue made 2017's summer movie season the worst at the box office in more than a decade.