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‘Game Plan’ gains yardage to stay at top spot in polls

After the dust settled at the domestic boxoffice during the weekend, Disney's "The Game Plan" picked up a few more ducats at the turnstiles and Universal's "The Kingdom" lost a few compared with…

B.O. didn’t ‘Plan’ for this

Disney's "The Game Plan" pulled off a surprise at the domestic boxoffice during the weekend as the PG-rated family film exceeded expectations and scored an estimated $22.7 million in its debut. It…

Boxoffice didn’t ‘Plan’ for $22.7 million bow

Disney's "The Game Plan" pulled off a surprise at the domestic boxoffice during the weekend as the PG-rated family film exceeded expectations and scored an estimated $22.7 million in its debut.

Weekend boxoffice holds keys to the ‘Kingdom’

There will be something on theater marquees for nearly everyone this weekend as three wide releases and several specialty films arrive at the boxoffice for the last frame in September.

‘Kingdom’ coming on strong

There will be something on theater marquees for nearly everyone this weekend as three wide releases and several specialty films arrive for the last frame in September. The new arrivals carry MPAA…

‘Pirates’ on second voyage atop boxoffice

Universal's "Knocked Up," left, opened with $29.3 million, equivalent to its production budget, according to studio estimates Sunday. Universal had hoped the comedy would open in the same $21 million…

‘Pirates’ on second voyage atop boxoffice

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" led the North American boxoffice for a second weekend, while the pregnancy comedy "Knocked Up" opened at a distant No. 2 with better-than-expected sales.

‘Pirates’ on second voyage atop boxoffice

Buena Vista Pictures' "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" continued to rule the high seas at the North American boxoffice during the weekend, when Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew plundered…

‘Pirates’ gold: $43.2 mil

Buena Vista Pictures' "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" continued to rule the high seas at the North American boxoffice during the weekend, when Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew plundered…

Calmer waters in sequels’ wake

After a month of high-octane, A-list tentpoles, the North American boxoffice gets a breather of sorts this session as not one sequel enters the marketplace. It will be a brief respite, however, as…

‘Pirates’ in shipshape form with $139.8 mil

Thanks largely to the one-two-three punch from Buena Vista's "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," Paramount's "Shrek the Third" from DreamWorks Animation and Sony's friendly neighborhood…

‘Pirates’ shipshape with $139.8 mil over four days

Thanks largely to the one-two-three punch from Buena Vista Pictures' "Pirates of the Carib-bean: At World's End," Paramount Pictures' "Shrek the Third" from DreamWorks Animation and Sony Pictures'…