Thanks to the bounty from such films as Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Super 8, Thor, Rango and Kung Fu Panda 2, Paramount confirmed today that it has crossed the $1 billion mark at the domestic box office for the year. It is the first studio to surpass the milestone — the fifth consecutive year it’s been first. From Jan. 3-July 4, the studio’s overall domestic cume is $1.024 billion. Earlier this month, Paramount Pictures International crossed the $1 billion mark in overseas box office.
Paramount First Studio This Year To Top $1B At Domestic Box Office
What's Hot on Deadline
VH1 Shakes Up 'Basketball Wives' & 'Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood', Replaces Production Companies On Shows
'Gold Rush' Star Todd Hoffman Teams With Thom Beers & Jeff Conroy For Reality Competition Series 'Greenhorn Gold'
'NBC Nightly News' Covers Megyn Kelly Blackface Controversy, Noting It's Not Her First Time Under Fire For Race Remarks
Latest Box Office News
- ‘Grudge’ Will Go Earlier In Summer 2019
- ‘Terminator’ To Square Off With ‘Charlie’s Angels’ In Early November 2019 Following ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Flight…
- D-Box Adds Two Motion Recliner Locations Stateside; Raises Global Screen Coverage To 700+ – ShowEast
- ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Moves Back To November 2019, Cuffing Former ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Slot
- How Miramax & Blumhouse Brought ‘Halloween’ Back From The Dead
- Broadway Box Office Rings Up $34M; ‘The Ferryman’, ‘Lifespan Of A Fact’ Get Warm Welcomes