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  • Support and on-the-fly conversions for up to 3 currencies
  • Three user levels to limit access to pages of the site and attached files. Each production's designated administrator user(s) can add / edit other users, update cut information and exchange rates and manage frame rates / crew lists.
  • See also tools for features geared towards specific members of the music team


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'Justice League' Brings in $13M from Thursday Night Previews (read more...)
FRIDAY AM UPDATE: WB and DC Comics' Justice League delivered $13 million in Thursday night previews, which compares favorably to the $11 million Wonder Woman brought in prior to a $103.2 million opening back in June. It's a bit behind Thor: Ragnarok's $14.5 million in previews before its recent $122.7 million debut and places well behind the $20.5 million and $27.7 million in previews for Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman respectively. Lionsgate's Wonder brought in $740,000 from ~2,40...

October 2017 Box Office Returned to the Year's Downward Trend (read more...)
After September delivered record numbers, the month of October saw the 2017 box office return to its downward trend, delivering calendar grosses down 15.6% compared to last year, falling below $600 million for the first time in ten years. Perhaps most startling is that with 287 films in release, the average per film was just $1.9 million, making it the first time that average has ever fallen below $2.1 million for any individual month based on BoxOfficeMojo's records going back to 1982. Th...

'Thor 3' Repeats While 'Daddy's Home 2' and 'Orient Express' Deliver Strong Debuts (read more...)
Thor: Ragnarok delivered an expected #1 finish in its second weekend at the domestic box office, pushing the film's domestic total ahead of both the first and second Thor films after just ten days in release. However, just as much a story are the strong openings for a batch of newcomers, both wide and and limited, as Paramount's Daddy's Home 2 and Fox's Murder on the Orient Express both delivered ahead of expectations and Fox Searchlight's Three Billboards averaged $80,000 per theater over ...

'Thor: Ragnarok' Set to Repeat as Newcomers Scrap for Seconds (read more...)
SATURDAY AM UPDATE: It's looking to be a solid weekend at the box office with the top five outperforming Mojo's pre-weekend forecast starting with Thor: Ragnarok, which pulled in an estimated $18.2 million in its second Friday in release and is looking to drop a mere 50% in its second weekend with $61+ million. This will push the film's domestic cume over $215 million after ten days in release, besting both the domestic totals for the first two Thor releases. At this point, second place...

Box Office Mojo - Current Box Office Results (visit site)
Weekend Box Office: November 10-12, 2017 (read more...)
Thor: Ragnarok tops the box office with $57.1 million

Daily Box Office: Thursday, November 16, 2017 (read more...)
Thor: Ragnarok tops Thursday's box office with $2.4 million