'The Hitman's Bodyguard' combines laughs with violent deaths - White Mountain Independent

People are loving this silly bit of mayhem for the obvious reason — the interaction between the stars, 68-year-old Samuel L. Jackson and 40-year-old Ryan Reynolds. Jackson plays a bad guy who has been enticed into testifying against the dictator of ...

US box office has the worst weekend in 16 years - Yahoo Movies UK

The US box office took a hammering over the weekend, recording its lowest takings since 2001. Ryan Gosling and Samuel L. Jackson assassin comedy 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' topped the chart for a second week, but with a historically low $10 million (£7.7 ...

Weakest Weekend Box Office In 16 Years - MyToba

September 2001 was the last time revenues were so low, though they were nearly just as bad in September 2014 and 2016. The top 10 movies, which included the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight in eighth place, only generated about $44.6-million combined.

'Hitman' stays on top, but box office is worst since 2001 - Saudi Gazette

LOS ANGELES - Hampered by a hurricane and a high-profile boxing match, weekend box-office results in North America were the slowest in nearly 16 years, allowing previous leader "The Hitman's Bodyguard" to hold its top spot with an unimpressive $10.1 ...

What Movies Are Out This Week? Nothing Worth Wasting Your Money On - Newsweek

The Hitman's Bodyguard, a poorly reviewed buddy comedy starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, led the U.S. box office over the weekend with a measly $10.1 million in earnings. Overall, Americans spent only $65 million in theaters in what was ...

“Hitman's Bodyguard” Wins Slow Box-Office Weekend - LA Canyon News

HOLLYWOOD—August is over, and the summer box-office proved to be one of the worst in recent history if you ask me. There were so many summer blockbusters that crashed and burned barely crossing the $100 million mark, or not nearly taking a bite out of ...

Weekend Box Office: Yikes - AV Club

So no one really went to the movies this weekend, huh? The paltry numbers are still rolling in, but there's no denying the truth: It's been more than 15 years since America spent so little money at their local theater. That's right: You have to go back ...