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Executive producer Louis D'Esposito, actors Martin Donovan, Corey Stoll, Evangeline Lilly, Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Michael Pena, David Dastmalchian, Abby Ryder Fortson, Judy Greer, Wood Harris and Gregg Turkington, director Director Peyton Reed and producer Kevin Feige onstage during the world premiere of Marvel's "Ant-Man". (credit: Charley Gallay/Getty Images)

‘Ant-Man’ Inches Past ‘Pixels’ To Take First-Place Spot

“Ant-Man” crept past new opener “Pixels” to claim the top spot at the box office this weekend by an ant-sized margin.


Actor Paul Rudd attends Marvel's screening of "Ant-Man" hosted by The Cinema Society and Audi at SVA Theater on July 13, 2015 in New York City. (credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

Marvel’s “Ant-Man” Debuts With $58 Million

Marvel’s “Ant-Man” punched above its weight at the weekend box office, debuting with an estimated $58 million, while Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck” also opened strongly with $30.2 million.


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“Minions” Earn $115 Million At Box Office

“Minions” took over the box office this weekend as audiences in the U.S. and Canada shelled out an estimated $115.2 million to see the horde frolic on the big screen.


Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the Seoul premiere of "Terminator: Genisys" at the Lotte World Tower Mall on July 2, 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. (credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures International)

“Terminator” & “Magic Mike” Fizzle At Box Office

Anticipated new releases “Magic Mike XXL” and “Terminator: Genisys” fizzled, leaving the popular holdovers “Jurassic World” and “Inside Out” to top the holiday weekend.


Actors Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt attend the "Jurassic World" premiere at the Dolby Theatre on June 9, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

“Jurassic World” Holds Box Office Crown

“Jurassic World” kept the top spot with one of the biggest second weeks ever, while Pixar’s “Inside Out” nearly matched it with a $91.1 million debut, well above expectations.


Actors Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt attend the "Jurassic World" premiere at the Dolby Theatre on June 9, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

“Jurassic World” Has Best World Debut Ever

“Jurassic World,” the fourth film in the dinosaur series, became the highest global opener of all time with a staggering $511.8 million in its first few days in theaters.


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“Spy” Tops Box Office With $30 Million Debut

Melissa McCarthy left the guys of “Entourage” in the dust, landing her first No. 1 box office debut as a leading lady with an estimated $30 million weekend for the comedy “Spy.”


Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson attends the premiere of "San Andreas" at TCL Chinese Theatre on May 26, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

“San Andreas” Shakes To Top Of Box Office

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson out-muscled the competition at domestic movie theaters as the earthquake epic “San Andreas” hauled in an estimated $53.2 million over the weekend.


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“Tomorrowland” Tops Slow Holiday Box Office

Disney’s expensive fantasy adventure “Tomorrowland” essentially had Memorial Day weekend to itself, and still only pulled in a modest $41.7 million in its first four days in theaters.


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“Pitch Perfect 2” Opens With $70 Million

The ladies of “Pitch Perfect 2″ hit all the right notes, amassing a $70.3 million debut. The first film, by comparison, grossed only $65 million domestically across its entire run.


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“Avengers” Sequel Tops Box Office Again

The “Age of Ultron” is not over. The “Avengers” sequel topped the box office for the second weekend in a row with an estimated $77.2 million according to Sunday estimates.


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“Avengers” Sequel Has 2nd Biggest Debut Ever

The Avengers are mighty, but not enough to beat themselves. The sequel earned a staggering $187.7 million in its debut, making it the second biggest U.S. opening of all time.