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Synonyms for box office

the amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event

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Synonyms for box office

total admission receipts for an entertainment

the office where tickets of admission are sold

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The film has successfully completed 25-day theatrical run at the box office.
Paramount has committed to making a third "Star Trek" reboot, even though the sequel's worldwide box office hardly lit up the cosmos.
He also delivers at the box office: The 36 films in which he's appeared--including Batman Begins and Bruce Almighty-produced gross box office receipts of more than $1.
It would put an end the notion that English-Canadian filmmakers can't make money at the box office.
Sky Box Office movies are not included in your subscription and must be paid for separately.
Star Wars proved that a movie popular with children can generate as much in licensing royalty revenues as it does in box office returns.
Pictures should earn slightly more than $400 million from ticket sales in the United States, according to Box Office Analyst.
Nakul's "Vallinam" has also taken an average opening at the Tamil Nadu box office.
Unlike the rest of the pictures, we are looking at the bump at the cash registers instead of the box office.
To meet this challenge, Urbanworld will offer a diversified slate of films, including Punks, a film produced by Tracey and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds (who also produced the box office hit Soul Food) for less than $1 million and described as a gay Waiting to Exhale, and the urban drama King of the Jungle with John Leguizamo and Rosie Perez.
The Company also announced that Home Box Office Chief Operating Officer Bill Nelson will assume Mr.
With the release of "Highway" in India and overseas, the box office run of "Jai Ho" has come to an end.
Dancing penguins stepped on the toes of the new James Bond in a battle royal of the tuxedos -- proving a license to chill is better than a license to kill at the box office.
In addition to the highly regarded Atanarjuat, there was Paul Gross's curling comedy Men with Brooms, which became the highest-grossing English-Canadian film at the box office to date, Deepa Mehta's East-meets-West, all-singing, all-dancing romantic comedy Bollywood/Hollywood, and Atom Egoyan's Ararat, a gloomy meditation on memory and genocide.
This box office bonanza was proof that the efforts of an organization called the First Weekend Club (FWC) worked.