Maze Runner: The Death Cure and the expanding Hostiles will try to take down three-time box office champ Jumanji this weekend.
Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has passed Skyfall at the box office, making it the studio's biggest hit outside of the Spider-Man franchise.
Disney and LucasFilm's Star Wars: The Last Jedi pulled in $6.5 million this weekend, which put it over the $600 million domestic mark.
Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle wins at the box office for a third weekend in a row with $20 million in its fifth frame in theaters.
Two-time winner Jumanji faces 12 Strong, Den of Thieves and Forever My Girl at the box office this weekend.
Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has officially surpassed Justice League at the global box office.
Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle takes down The Commuter, Proud Mary and The Post with its second win in a row with $27 million.
Just as IT makes its way to Blu-ray and DVD, the movie has officially scored one last major milestone at the worldwide box office.
Last week's winner Jumanji takes on Paddington 2, Proud Mary and The Commuter, plus the expanding The Post at the box office this weekend.
In its third week in theaters, Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle finally takes the top spot away from Star Wars: The Last Jedi with $36 million.
Disney and Lucasfilm still can't find a way to get China as interested in Star Wars as the rest of the world with Last Jedi struggling during opening weekend.
After less than three weeks in theaters, Star Wars: The Last Jedi has already surpassed Rogue One at the global box office.
The first movie of 2018, Insidious: The Last Key, takes on the biggest movie of 2017, Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the box office this weekend.
Last Jedi pushes Star Wars past the Harry Potter franchise to become the second highest grossing movie series in history.
Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi becomes the highest-grossing movie of 2017 at the domestic box office while also crossing $1 billion worldwid.
We take a deep dive through the box office numbers and discuss the most compelling trends we saw in theaters this year.
With no movies opening in wide release this weekend, Star Wars: The Last Jedi wins for the 3rd weekend in a row with $52.4 million.
The Last Jedi helps Disney nudge past the initial Lucasfilm sales price that was paid back in 2012.
With the help of The Last Jedi and Beauty and the Beast, Disney topped the box office for a second year in a row.
Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi dropped a whopping 68.9% in its second weekend in theaters to repeat atop the box office with $68.3 million.
Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi pulled in $43.8 million globally on Monday, with the blockbuster set to pass $500 million at some point today.
Five new movies will arrive over the next week as the final wide releases of the year, but none will be able to take down Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Justice League is being chalked up as a substantial loss for DC Films and Warner Bros. as it ends its run at the global box office earlier than expected.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi puts up the second biggest opening weekend of all time with a whopping $220 million.
Despite crossing $600 million worldwide, Warner Bros. Justice League has earned the unofficial distinction of being the highest-grossing bomb.
Box office analysts are predicting a massive $425 million global debut for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, putting it in the top 5 of all time.
Disney's highly-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi is shaping up to be the biggest box office hit of 2017 as the year winds down.
Pixar's huge hit Coco only faces off against one newcomer at the box office this weekend, with Just Getting Started looking to come in a distant fourth.
Disney Pixar's Coco finds a way to repeat atop the box office in the first weekend in December with $26.2M.
The global hit Thor: Ragnarok is expected to cross $800 million worldwide, which helps Walt Disney Studios surpass $5 billion for the year.
Disney Pixar's Coco looks to have no trouble repeating at the box office in a weekend where no newcomers debut in wide release.
Pixar's Day of the Dead musical Coco has no trouble taking the top spot at the box office with $49 million.
Happy Death Day continues to kill at the box office, starting from an initial $4.5 million budget.
Director Denis Villeneuve still can't quite wrap his head around how the well-received Blade Runner 2049 flopped at the box office.
Disney Pixar's Coco is the only movie to open in wide release this weekend, with Roman J. Israel, Esq. expanding nationwide.
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.