As networks struggle to find shows that click, they're leaning heavily on time travel, TV show reboots and movie-book adaptations. » Read More
1. "The Angry Birds Movie," Sony, $38,155,177, 3,932 locations, $9,704 average, $38,155,177, 1 week. 3. "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising," Universal, $21,760,405, 3,384 locations, $6,430 average, $21,760,405, 1 week. 4. "The Nice Guys," Warner Bros., $11,203,270, 2,865 locations, $3,910 average, $11,203,270, 1 week.
The film has already earned $150 million worldwide, according to estimates from Sony, which is distributing the film. "The Angry Birds Movie" features the voices of Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad and Danny McBride and has received mixed reviews from critics in its attempt to create a compelling story out of a fairly simplistic app-based game. "It's very difficult...
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