Taken 2, sequel of the original in 2009 and once again starring Liam Neeson, blew the competitive box office records by gaining a $50 million debut. The movie earned such huge revenue in the first week itself, setting yet another benchmark for the upcoming movies along with continuing the success of its first part. Apart from the native markets, Taken 2 also gained appreciations from 50 international markets, thus contributing another $55 million to the movie's revenue. Going back to 2009, the movie surprised everyone by hitting the box office with opening revenue of around $33 million.
Though played on very few screens, the all new spiritual drama directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, 'The Master', broke the records in its opening weekend. With a great critical reception, the film is from this point of time expected to win Oscar. Screened only on around five screens across New York and Los Angeles, the film smashed the box-office records by earning revenue of around $729,745 which portrays the earnings of $145,949 per screen. Its big opening considering the revenue beats the per screen average earning a lot of money in the first week itself. Since its premiere, this film was highly anticipated one and has won several awards at the Venice Film Festival as well.
The much awaited movie of the year and the final installment of the Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, 'The Dark Knight Rises' finally hit the theatres globally on 20th July, 2012 except UAE. Based on the character of DC Comics, the movie starring
Paramount Insurge Pictures R-rated "The Devil Inside" was the single extensive liberate beginner this weekend and surprised everybody with a huge and much better-than-expected $34.5 million. Investing on the achievement of their “Paranormal Activity” contract,
Recent week there was some doubt whether The Hunger Games the urge had to take the top spot at the box office. As a substitute, it was a speculation game: How much can reap the adaptation Young Adult Fiction on a weekend? Could you break records kept by the franchise like Harry
Sony released their third number of one presentation in 2012 (for “The Vow” and "Underworld: Awakening") this weekend with the R-rated action comedy "21 Jump Street" and higher than anticipated $ 35 million Friday to Sunday total. This was the biggest weekend opening for a non-summer comedy sequel is not R-rated Oscar-