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  1. Russia's Box Office Won't Reach $1 Billion This Year for First Time Since 2010

    9:18 am 10/2/2015

    The decline is explained by the national currency's devaluation against the dollar.Read more

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  2. Italy Box Office: ‘Inside Out’ Rides High on ‘Minions’ Success, Crushes ‘Everest’

    8:39 am 9/29/2015

    Animated films have escaped the perils of Italian piracy.Read more

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  3. Italy Box Office: ‘Inside Out’ Knocks ‘Minions’ Out of Top Spot

    1:23 am 9/22/2015

    'Amy' premiered strongly in the number-three spot. Read more

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  4. Box Office: 'Minions' Gobbles Up 'Pixels' in China, 'Maze Runner' Wins Foreign Race

    11:35 am 9/20/2015

    In its second weekend in China, 'Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation' also beats the debut of Adam Sandler's 'Pixels.'Read more

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  5. Italy Box Office: 'Minions' Becomes Highest Grossing Film of 2015

    9:36 am 9/14/2015

    The animated feature has kicked ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ out of the top spot.Read more

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  6. Japan Box Office: 'Pixels' Wins in Debut, 'Kingsman,' 'San Andreas' Make Top 10

    4:12 am 9/14/2015

    'Rogue Nation' nears $40 million and 'Minions' passes it, while 'Jurassic World' logs $68.5 million and 'Ted 2' continues to do good business in another strong weekend for Hollywood. Read more

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  7. German Box Office: Cooler Weather Boosts Overall Ticket Sales

    8:50 am 9/7/2015

    Admissions up 20 percent, despite few new entries, as 'Straight Outta Compton' holds on to top spot. Read more

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  8. Japan Box Office: 'Ted 2' Rises to Top, 'Jurassic World' Passes $65 Million

    4:04 am 9/7/2015

    Japan's favorite teddy bear climbed to the number one spot despite its gross falling 30 percent from its opening weekend.Read more

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  9. Summer Box Office: How Movie Tracking Went Off the Rails

    7:00 am 9/3/2015

    Projections said 'Jurassic World' would do 60 percent of what it made opening weekend. 'Terminator: Genisys' fell short by 25 percent. Meanwhile, poorly reviewed movies tanked as Twitter buzz and Rotten Tomatoes destroyed careful marketing campaigns and execs began to question prerelease surveys: "Maybe we need to re-examine the methodology."Read more

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  10. Box Office: 'Minions' Breaks Mexico's Admissions Record

    10:02 am 9/2/2015

    The yellow rabble-rousers have drawn more than 16 million moviegoers in Mexico, surpassing 'The Avengers.'Read more

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