Disney Pixar's Incredibles 2 exceeds all expectations at the box office this weekend with a record-breaking $180 million at the box office.
Disney Pixar's The Incredibles 2 takes in $18.5 million on Thursday, doubling the previous Thursday record for an animated movie of $9.2 million by Finding Dory.
Early box office tracking puts Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp at a cool $75 million for its opening weekend, a small uptick from its predecessor's debut.
14 years after the original movie hits theaters, The Incredibles 2 is looking to double the debut of its predecessor with a projected huge win at the box office.
Marvel's Infinity War is just the fourth movie in history to cross the $2 billion mark at the box office.
Solo director Ron Howard took time to thank the cast and crew while addressing the underperformance of the movie.
Warner Bros.' Ocean's Eleven spin-off Ocean's 8 takes debuts at the top spot at the box office with $41.5 million, dethroning two-time champ Solo: A Star Wars Story.
While it was supposed to end its Chinese run this weekend, Avengers: Infinity War has been given a 30-day extension, which could push it closer to $2 billion.
Two-week winner Solo: A Star Wars Story faces its toughest challenge yet with Ocean's 8, Hotel Artemis and Hereditary hitting theaters.
Moviegoers are softening on Solo fast, with the movie expected to fizzle in its second weekend.
Universal Pictures' highly-anticipated action-packed sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is on track to take in $150 million in its opening weekend.
Disney's underperforming Solo: A Star Wars Story goes up against Adrift, Action Point and Upgrade in the first weekend in June.
The underperformance of Solo at the box office isn't inspiring confidence in Disney shareholders.
Solo is the lowest opening Star Wars movie in franchise history leaving questions about the Boba Fett spin-off.
Solo: A Star Wars Story falls far short of the Memorial Day weekend record with a lower than expected take of $103 million.
Chinese audiences really don't want anything to do with Star Wars as Solo tanks in third place on opening weekend.
Early box office projections for The Incredibles 2 put the Disney Pixar sequel at $140 million for an impressive opening weekend next month.
Disney and LucasFilm's Solo: A Star Wars Story has no direct competition over the extended Memorial Day holiday weekend, as it looks to break a box office record.
20th Century Fox's Deadpool 2 falls short of the all-time R-rated opening weekend record of $132.4 million set by Deadpool, but it still comes away with an easy win with $125 million.
Fans flocked to theaters in droves to see the Merc With the Mouth return in theaters, with Deadpool 2 raking in an R-rated Thursday record of $18.6 million.
Deadpool 2 is on target to break its predecessor's R-rated opening weekend box office record.
Avengers: Infinity War opened in its final international market, scoring the second-highest debut ever in China.
Avengers: Infinity War opened in its final international market, where it earned a whopping 96% market share.
Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War heads into its third week going up against Universal thriller Breaking In and New Line comedy Life of the Party.
We delve through the 2018 summer release schedule and try to determine the top 10 highest grossing movies hitting theaters between May and August.
Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War makes short work of newcomers Overboard, Tully and Bad Samaritan with $112.4 million, but it fell short of another box office record.
After passing $800 million in just seven days, Infinity War has a chance to break Star Wars: The Force Awakens' record of fastest to reach $1 billion.
Avengers: Infinity War outgrossed Justice League's worldwide box office in just four days.
Kathleen Kennedy congratulates Marvel Studios for Avengers: Infinity War breaking the opening weekend record set in December 2015 by Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
With three smaller movies opening in less than half the theaters of Avengers: Infinity War, Earth's Mightiest Heroes are poised for another huge win.
In just three days of release, Avengers: Infinity War has already made more at the box office other Marvel movies.
The final box office numbers are in, with Avengers: Infinity War pulling in a domestic record of $258.2 million and a worldwide opening weekend of $640.9 million.
The massive success of Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther have the Marvel Cinematic Universe soaring past $15 billion worldwide.
Avengers: Infinity War breaks the all time opening box office weekend record of set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens with an estimated $250 million.
20th Century Fox's R-rated superhero sequel Deadpool 2 is now tracking at a huge $150 million for its opening weekend.
A Quiet Place drops just 33.3% in its third weekend to return atop the box office, while I Feel Pretty and Super Troopers 2 perform well in their debuts.
Rampage goes up against Super Troopers 2, I Feel Pretty and Traffik in wide release at the box office just before the summer movie season begins.
The latest box office tracking numbers put Avengers: Infinity War between $235 million and $255 million for its opening weekend.
Thanks to Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg's directorial efforts have grossed $10 billion.
While last weekend's winner A Quiet Place only dropped 35.1% in its second weekend, it still dropped to second place behind Rampage at the box office this weekend.