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‘Halloween Kills': 6 Reasons Michael Myers Slayed at the Box Office Despite Peacock

While there was much debate over the past few months about how day-and-date releasing has hurt the pandemic box office, Universal’s “Halloween Kills” defied the odds with its strong opening weekend. While the film was also available at no extra charge on NBCUniversal’s fledgling streamer Peacock, the second installment in David... go to Article >

Who Is Winning (and Losing) the Streaming Wars So Far? | Charts

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Now that we’re two years into the full-blown streaming wars, it’s a good time to see just where every streaming service sits now that that new streaming service “smell” has worn off. Growth has started to stall a bit at some of the newcomers,... read more

‘Last Night in Soho’ and ‘Antlers’ Headline Quiet Halloween Box Office Weekend

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A robust October box office is expected to end quietly on Halloween weekend with audiences spending the holiday away from theaters and because of the usual absence of major titles on the weekend before a Marvel film’s release. But a pair of... read more

17 Family-Friendly Halloween Movies, From ‘Hocus Pocus’ to ‘Hotel Transylvania’ (Photos)

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Hocus Pocus Despite being rated PG, “Hocus Pocus” is a classic, iconic Halloween movie, and its cult status has only gained in the 20 years since its release. The Nightmare Before Christmas Is it a Halloween movie? A Christmas movie? Don’t know,... read more

‘Halloween Kills’ Moves to Day-and-Date Release on Peacock

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Universal announced on Thursday that it will move “Halloween Kills,” the sequel to the 2018 David Gordon Green horror film that brought Jamie Lee Curtis back to her debut role, to a day-and-date release in theaters and on Peacock on October 15.... read more

Box Office: ‘Halloween Kills’ Targets $50 Million Opening Weekend, Despite Simultaneous Peacock Debut

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More than 40 years after the first “Halloween,” Michael Myers and Laurie Strode are still box office gold. “Halloween Kills” is targeting a $50.16 million three-day opening at the domestic box office. Universal Pictures, Miramax and Blumhouse’s... read more

Will ‘Venom’ Sequel’s $90 Million Debut Lift Movie Theaters Back Into Profit?

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With the release of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” the box office has hit a critical benchmark that, if sustained in the weeks and months ahead, could mean that theaters may soon start turning a profit again for the first time in over 18... read more

How Movie Theater Owners Are ‘Learning to Live With COVID': A Report From CinemaCon

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The spirit of CinemaCon 2021 could be best summed up when its managing director this week took the stage at the Caesar’s Palace Colosseum wearing a “Son of the Pink Panther” T-shirt and a “Jurassic Park III” cap, memorabilia from movie theater... read more