• Atlanta-filmed 'Rampage' tops weekend box office

    7 monthes ago - By Biz Journals

    An albino gorilla, a band of monsters and a pro wrestler-turned-action star might seem like a risky formula for a Hollywood blockbuster. But for Warner Bros.' and New Line's"Rampage," which filmed in and around Atlanta, the gamble seems to have paid off.
    "Rampage" roared to the top of the weekend box office with an estimated $34.5 million from 4,101 theaters, according to Box Office Mojo. Internationally, the film brought in $114.1 million in 61 markets for a total worldwide gross of $148.6 million...
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  • Box Office: 'Rampage' Survived 'Avengers: Infinity War's Date Change Sabotage

    Box Office: 'Rampage' Survived 'Avengers: Infinity War's Date Change Sabotage

    7 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Dwayne Johnson's 'Rampage' is on track to become one of the biggest video game movies ever.
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  • How The Rock conquered the China box office and proved he's the biggest movie star on the planet

    How The Rock conquered the China box office and proved he's the biggest movie star on the planet

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    With its $55 million opening weekend take in China, Dwayne Johnson's latest movie, "Rampage," proved that the star is one of the few actors who can bring in major coin across the world.
    But his dominance in China, the second-largest movie market in the world, has been years in the making.
    For many studio heads these days, glancing at how their latest movie did in China is in some ways more important than how it did in North America. That's because things are changing drastically for an industry where the domestic box office has been considered the true indicator of a movie's worth for over...
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  • How The Rock conquered the China box office and proved he's the biggest movie star on the planet

    How The Rock conquered the China box office and proved he's the biggest movie star on the planet

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    With its $55 million opening weekend take in China, Dwayne Johnson's latest movie, "Rampage," proved that the star is one of the few actors who can bring in major coin across the world.
    But his dominance in China, the second-largest movie market in the world, has been years in the making.
    For many studio heads these days, glancing at how their latest movie did in China is in some ways more important than how it did in North America. That's because things are changing drastically for an industry where the domestic box office has been considered the true indicator of a movie's worth for over...
    Read more ...