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The official Twitter account of John Travolta’s ‘Gotti’ movie lashed out at critics after its 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes
John Travolta's new film "Gotti," which MoviePass invested in, called out critics on Twitter after it received a 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes. The tweet said that "audiences loved" the movie and to "trust the people and see it for yourself!"
Pixar opens "Incredibles 2" to a record-breaking opening weekend at the box office 14 years after the release of the original movie. To say audiences were looking forward to a sequel would be putting it lightly.
‘Incredibles 2’ is on pace to beat the opening weekend box-office record for an animated movie, currently held by ‘Finding Dory̵...
With a record-breaking $18.5 million at Thursday night previews, "Incredibles 2" is set to score the highest-grossing opening weekend at the box office ever for an animated movie.
"Avengers: Infinity War" reached $2 billion at the global box office this week, an achievement only ever reached by three other movies. Here they all are.
Director Ron Howard feels bad that ‘Star Wars’ fans might be skipping ‘Solo’ because they’re still angry about ‘Th...
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" director Ron Howard responded to the movie's poor box office on Twitter, saying he feels bad that fans might not be seeing the movie out of protest because they are still upset over "The Last Jedi."
"Ocean's 8," the latest movie in the "Ocean's Eleven" franchise, this time sporting an all-female cast, was a hit with audiences. It went and scored the best opening weekend ever for the franchise.
‘Solo’ is expected to lose Disney at least $50 million, and become the first ‘Star Wars’ movie to lose money
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" could lose at least $50 million for Disney and Lucasfilm, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Solo" is reportedly unlikely to gross past $400 million at the global box office against an estimated total budget that would exceed its gross.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ director Ron Howard responds to the movie’s disappointing box-office performance
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" brought in $103 million against the $130 million that analysts were projecting it to make over the Memorial Day weekend. The director Ron Howard responded on Twitter to the film's falling short of its three-day projection.
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" took in only $10.1 million at the Chinese box office during its opening weekend. It's the latest example of the work Disney has to do to get the world's second-largest movie market interested in one of its biggest franchises.
‘Solo’ is already breaking records at the box office, but it’s nowhere close to previous ‘Star Wars’ movies
The latest "Star Wars" movie, "Solo," is struggling with franchise fatigue and mixed reviews. Despite that it broke the record for Thursday preview box office going into Memorial Day weekend.