‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ hits $150M opening weekend, $80M domestic run

Next Big Futures, the movie company behind the hit TV series “The Big Bang Theory,” has reported a big weekend opening in its first four days of release.

The Warner Bros. film has already earned $80.3 million in its opening weekend.

That includes a $10.5 million weekend haul at 3,000 theaters in the United States.

“A Good Morning to Die Hot” also has a projected domestic run of $80 million.

It’s currently playing in 4,200 theaters and is expected to open in the $20 million range.

The film’s domestic haul is now $120.5 mil.

Warner Bros.’

“The Last Emperor” earned a solid $28.6 million, but is still a ways away from the $180 million domestic gross.

“The Empire Strikes Back” earned $35.3 m in its third weekend and is still at the top of the charts.

It was a disappointing start to the year for “The End,” which earned $24.4 million in April.

“Black Panther” also earned a strong $24 million, so it should be good for the rest of the year.

“Captain America: Civil War” is still the only film to open to a $150 million domestic run.

The movie is currently playing at 3 in 4 theaters in North America.

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” earned another solid $23.5 m.

That puts the film’s total domestic haul at $250 million.

Disney/Pixar’s “Inside Out” is currently at $125.3 mil.

The animated film has earned $31.7 million internationally, including $4.6 billion worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo.

“Inside Amy Schumer” is in its sixth weekend in North American theaters and grossed $19.4 m, including a $4 million debut.

The comedy grossed an estimated $8.4 mil in its second weekend.

“Pixabay: Inside Amy Schumer,” a new book about the movie, hit No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list for September.

The book tells the story of the film that was filmed in NYC.

The story was first published in June, and it has now earned $15.4m, according, to Nielsen BookScan.

“Beauty and the Beast” earned an estimated take of $857,637.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is playing in 3,100 theaters in China and will open there on December 18.

The next film in the series is expected in May 2019.

Disney and Lucasfilm’s “Star Trek Beyond” is the top-grossing movie in the U.S. to date.

It has earned a reported $6.9 million for a domestic total of $1.2 billion.

“Catching Fire” grossed a $15 million opening weekend and will have its domestic debut on January 25.

“Halloween: Volume 1: The Curse of the Red Devil” has grossed more than $70 million domestically.

It grossed around $15m at 3 theaters in its domestic opening weekend in January.

The sequel is expected for a $30 million opening in May.

“Jupiter Ascending” grosses a reported record $60 million domestically, and has earned an international haul of $65.2 million.

The Disney film is expected on the big screen in China this December.

The “Avatar” sequel is also set to open there this year.

Universal/Paramount’s “The Greatest Showman” earned its biggest opening weekend of all time with $28 million, and is now playing in 5,000 venues.

The picture earned an opening weekend total of more than a billion dollars, which is an unprecedented feat for an animated film.

“I’m Dying Up Here” grosseds $15 m at 3 venues and is currently in its fifth weekend in its overseas territories.

The musical comedy has earned over $25 million in China.

It is expected later this year to open on the U, K, and P stages.

Disney’s “Beautiful and the Geek” earned over a billion in its last weekend in China, and will debut there in December.

Disney will be releasing a “Transformers: The Last Knight” sequel in 2019.

The studio will be releasing “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” on December 15.

Disney is also releasing an animated movie called “The Muppets: The Musical” this holiday season.

It will be based on the hit Broadway musical that launched in the summer of 2013.

“It” has earned more than 50 million tickets for the holiday season, and now has a worldwide total of over $180 m.

“Transformative” is on track to gross $130 million domestically by Christmas.

The Hollywood Reporter reported last week that Disney will begin filming the next film for the franchise this year, with a global release date

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