The world of movies has spawned some big names in recent times. Take the top revenue grossing movie of today and that would be Spy which raked in $30 million. Distributed by 20th Century Fox this film is one very adventurous experience to undergo in the cinema. Then there is San Andreas. As for Insidious Chapter 3, it amassed $23 million and thus came third in line to Spy.
There is Entourage which is a product of Warner Brothers and pulled in $10 million and $420,000 as its cash-on-delivery receipt. Mad Max: Fury Road hoarded almost $8 million which says a lot about Warner Brothers for a second time in a row.
Don’t f*ck with the boss.
Posted by Spy Movie on Sunday, June 7, 2015
Pitch Perfect 2 with the singing a capella is a beautiful creation of Universal Studios. This one also grabbed almost $8 million in cold hard cash. Tommorowland by Disney had a $7 million fortune which it made without any sweat. As for Avengers: Age of Ultron, it seized $6 million in the process of entertaining a diverse audience.
Aloha was a masterpiece by Sony and it captured $3 million landing it at the 9th spot. Poltergeist too made it to the $3 million mark. Finally, last but not least Love & Mercy and “Dil Dhadakne Do” gained a $2 million and one million dollar advantage thus placing them at the 11th and 12th spot respectively.
Baby, now we got bad blood.
Posted by Spy Movie on Saturday, June 6, 2015
All these movies were not made in a leisurely way. They took blood, guts and gore to make. The end result the audiences got to see was just the final ready-made sausages and what they didn’t see was the tough and brutal manner in which the cast members had to go through thick and thin to create the illusion of perfection seen on the screen.
Below are the top 10 movies according to weekend box office sales via Rentrak:
- Spy $30 million
- San Andreas $26.4 million
- Insidious: Chapter 3 $23 million
- Entourage $10.4 million
- Mad Max: Fury Road $7.9 million
- Pitch Perfect 2 $7.7 million
- Tomorrowland $7 million
- Avengers: Age of Ultron $6.2 million
- Aloha $3.3 million
- Poltergeist $2.8 million