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7 headlines found matching 'Goosebumps'
Sat January 09, 2016
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It isn't a real pool party in Australia until the deadly spiders start showing up (pics)
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Sun November 15, 2015
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Spectre remains #1 with $33.9 million. Peanuts remains #2 with $23.9 million, the holiday mess Love the Coopers is #3 with $8.4 million. Faith-based newcomers The 33 and My All American bombed, proving moviegoers want less Christianity
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Sun November 08, 2015
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Despite poor reviews and Daniel Craig, Spectre tops the box office with $73 million, The Peanuts Movie at #2 with $45 million. Our Brand Is Crisis plummets to #10 with $1.5 million, beaten by holdovers Hotel Transylvania 2, Burnt, and The Intern
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Sun November 01, 2015
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The Martian is top of a weak box office with $10.7 million with Goosebumps at #2 with $8.8 million. Newcomers Our Brand is Crisis and Burnt bombed, the latter at #4 with $5.2 million, the former #7 with $3.2 million, Sandra Bullock's biggest dud ever
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Sun October 25, 2015
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The Martian is #1 again with $15.1 million, Goosebumps a solid #2 with $14.7 million. Newcomer The Last Witch Hunter scared up $9.5 million at #5. Paranormal Activity 6: City Under Siege bombed at #7 with $6;9 million, Crimson Peak falling to #8
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Tue October 20, 2015
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Analyzing the unexpected success of Goosebumps, which was handicapped by Jack Black, and the inexplicable failure of Crimson Peak, which was helped by Guillermo del Toro
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Sun October 18, 2015
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Goosebumps scares up a win at the box office with $24.5 million, sending The Martian to #2 with $22 million. Limited release Bridge of Spies was #3 with $15.9 million while del Toro's Crimson Peak bombed at #4 with $13 million, Pan sliding to #6
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