Its pace may have been more brontosaurus than velociraptor, but the finish line was crossed nonetheless: Universal Pictures is celebrating because Jurassic World: Dominion crossed the $1 billion line at the global box office. The film, which opened June 10, had the second-biggest debut of... Read More.
In its eighth week in theaters, Top Gun: Maverick shows its need for speed isn't slowing down. The Tom Cruise movie has flown past the $1.2 billion mark, thanks to strong performances both here and overseas. In addition to making more than $600 million here,... Read More.
Jurassic World: Dominion opened in first place this weekend with an estimated $143 million domestically -- just $5 million shy of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's pre-pandemic opening gross four years ago. The third and supposedly final film in the Jurassic World trilogy -- which stars... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- One out of every six deaths in 2019 were attributed to pollution, according to a new estimate published in The Lancet Planetary Health. The analysis, led by an international team of scientists, indicates that pollution played a role in 9 million deaths... Read More.
The Sony Pictures vampire superhero Morbius managed to fight off a critical drubbing to earn a respectable $39.1 million opening at the domestic box office, enough for the weekend's top spot. The movie, starring Oscar-winner Jared Leto as one of Marvel Comics' Spider-Man baddies, debuted to $84... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration on Monday emphasized the drastic nature of economic sanctions levied again Russia over the weekend in which the U.S. and allies targeted Russia's Central Bank, preventing the Kremlin from accessing any of its more than $600 billion in reserves... Read More.
Spider-Man: No Way Home spun a staggering web at the box office, scoring the biggest opening weekend ever for Sony and earning an estimated 507.2 million dollars worldwide -- the third-biggest global opening of all time. An estimated $253 million of that global tally came from... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department on Monday announced the unsealing of an indictment charging four Chinese nationals with a years-long effort to hack into computer systems of dozens of companies, universities and governments in the U.S. and at least 11 other countries. The two-count indictment, returned... Read More.