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Box office report: 'Turtles' tops 'Guardians' with $65 million

Turtle Power does exist after all. The heroes in a half shell surpassed industry and analyst expectations by more than $20 million, raking in an estimated $65 million in its first weekend in theaters. With an additional $28.7 million from 19 international territories, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which cost $125 million to produce, has earned $93.7 million globally. No wonder Paramount has already announced plans for a summer 2016 sequel.

The Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies pic may not have resonated with the critics, but that didn’t seem to matter much to its target audience: kids. While moviegoers overall slapped the Michael Bay-produced movie with a lackluster B Cinema Score, kids were much more enthusiastic, giving it an A overall. Audiences on the whole were mostly male (61 percent) and a significant portion (45 percent) were under 25 years old.

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Box office update: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' rocket to No. 1

It looks like a pizza party may be in order.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brought in an estimated $25.6 million on its first day in theaters, including $4.6 million from screenings on Thursday night. Though it was widely expected to be in a tight race for No. 1 with Guardians of the Galaxy, TMNT more than doubled the estimated Friday earnings of Marvel’s reigning champ ($12.34 million).

The big opening day puts the $125 million Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies reboot on track to take in around $62 million this weekend, beating analyst and studio estimates of a $40 million start. Audiences were mostly male (61 percent) and age 25 or older (55 percent); they were more receptive to the movie than critics, awarding it a Cinema Score of B, though kids exiting the theaters gave it an A.

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'Step Up: All In' trailer: What (dancing) happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas -- VIDEO

When you can’t find work in the City of Angels, there’s really only one other place to go: Las Vegas. At least that’s what the latest trailer for Step Up: All In teaches us.

In the next installment of the Step Up franchise, familiar faces Ryan Guzman, Alyson Stoner, Briana Evigan, and Adam G. Sevani all return to the screen to tell the story of struggling dancers trying to make a living in L.A., and what happens when their crew gets the opportunity to compete for a three-year Vegas contract. Spoiler: Huge dance battles happen.

Add in fan favorite (and So You Think You Can Dance star) Stephen Boss, a.k.a. tWitch, and the crew is ready for all the theatrics that Vegas has to offer.

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'Step Up: All In' trailer: 'Does this always have to end up in a big giant dance battle?' -- VIDEO

You know what a summer is without a good dance movie? Depressing, that’s what. So yes, Step Up: All In, like every other dance film, has to end up in a big giant dance battle. Otherwise, what’s the point?

Former Step Up Stars Ryan Guzman, Alyson Stoner, Briana Evigan and Adam G. Sevani are all set to break out their dancing shoes in the latest installment in the franchise, Step Up: All In. And for So You Think You Can Dance fans, Stephen Boss, a.k.a. tWitch, will also bust a move or two. So here’s what we know: Based on the first trailer, things are getting a bit theatrical, and by theatrical, I mean people are literally swinging on chandeliers and twirling flaming batons. Like I said, it all has to end in a big giant dance battle.

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