The villain-centric DC Comics film secured the record for the best box office performance ever, for a Monday, in August.
New projections for "Suicide Squad's" opening weekend suggest that the DC Comics-based film could be the third-highest opener this year.
"Star Trek Beyond" will make less than its J.J. Abrams-directed predecessors, but will still handily win the weekend as the top box-office earner.
"Supergirl's" Tyler Hoechlin doesn't want to be compared to Henry Cavill, "Transformers: The Last Knight" adds a new cast member, and more.
"Warcraft" made only $24.4 million to the $40.1 million of "The Conjuring 2" this weekend at the U.S. box office.
Projections place the Michael Bay-produced "Ninja Turtles" sequel ahead of the new "X-Men" at this weekend's box office.
Both "Alice Through the Looking Glass" and "X-Men: Apocalypse" fell short of projections at the overseas box office.
Still a week away from opening in America and weathering some a lukewarm critical reception, the latest X-film
Perry hints at a return as a fan-favorite mutant for "TMNT 3," the CW releases a new "Flash" VFX featurette and more.
"Civil War" is one of 25 films, and four Marvel Studios movies, to cross the $1 billion threshold at the worldwide box office.
Having surpassed "Zootopia" at the international box office, the "Captain America" sequel is now the year's highest-grossing film.
"Civil War" ruled the box office with a $72.6 million intake, for the eighth-largest second weekend of all time.
The third "Captain America" movie bested the third "Iron Man" installment in a record weekend at the box office.
Melissa McCarthy showed "Batman v Superman" who's boss, dethroning the film after its two-week stint at #1.
Things are already looking good for "Batman v Superman" at the overseas box office, with an estimated $7 million haul so far.
Based on the success of "Deadpool" and recent announcements, Alex Zalben examines whether R-ratings are the future of superhero movies.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" joins the ranks of "Avatar" and "Titanic" as the film's total gross passed $2 billion on Saturday.
"Episode VII" made $153.5 million in the U.S. this weekend to go with $133 million overseas on its march to $1 billion, while Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg's "Daddy’s Home" placed second.