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2017 Walt Disney Pictures Preview

With an astounding $3 billion at the box office in 2016, Disney is once again the top dog of the Hollywood studios. Thanks to their live action takes on their own classic animated films to the hits from Lucasfilm, Pixar and Marvel Studios, Disney raked in a quarter of all the box office grosses for the entire calendar year. With only nine films on their slate in 2017, Disney looks to top that...
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02.13.2017
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2017 Warner Bros. Preview

Despite mediocre reviews, Warner Bros. rode the box office millions from BATMAN V SUPERMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD to $1.9 billion at the domestic box office and a #2 ranking out of all studios. With seven films crossing the $100 million mark, WB has no shortage of franchises under their control. In 2017, the studio looks to expand their success with two more DCEU films, the long awaited sequel to...
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02.06.2017
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2017 Universal Studios Preview

2016 was not a bad year for Universal Studios. Benefitting greatly from their partnership with Illumination Entertainment, Universal rode the box office hits THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS and SING to $1.4 billion at the domestic box office. While JASON BOURNE did well at the box office, films like THE HUNSTMAN: WINTER'S WAR and WARCRAFT failed to kickstart the franchises the studio was hoping for,...
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02.01.2017
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2017 20th Century Fox Preview

20th Century Fox is riding high after a massive 2016 that featured their breakout hit DEADPOOL. While not receiving quite the critical acclaim of that film, Fox still managed to make money on X-MEN: APOCALYPSE as well as the long awaited sequel INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE. Fox also banked on their collaboration with DreamWorks Animation with hits TROLLS and KUNG FU PANDA 3. All of this...
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01.27.2017
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2017 Paramount Pictures Preview

Paramount Pictures still remains a vital studio in Hollywood. Pulling just under 8% of the 2016 box office, Paramount was helped to $876 million in grosses thanks to the performances of films STAR TREK BEYOND and awards contender ARRIVAL. In the coming year, Paramount will try their hand at horror, comedy, action, and some new potential franchises in BAYWATCH and GHOST IN THE SHELL along with...
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01.25.2017
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