Screen Juice: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Continues To Rock The Box Office / Will Smith Releases ‘Concussion’ Trailer


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The Hip Hop movie ‘Straight Outta Compton’ continues to run free atop the U.S. Box Office and is now the third Universal movie to sit atop the tally for a third weekend on a row.

It does so with $13. 2 million pulled in this weekend which pushed it over the $134. 1 million generated mark in its domestic market with help from a soundtrack produced by Beats creative Dr. Dre and outperforms the faith-based movie ‘War Room’ which swept up $10. 7 million from 1,135 theatres across the country.

Elsewhere, Will Smith’s sports drama ‘Concussion’ has unleashed its trailer today.

The movie tells the story of NFL players affected by major neurological problems caused by head injuries obtained during their careers.

The problem?? The NFL’s denial of these injuries when linked to football.

Be sure to check the movie out when it hits theatres on December 25th 2015.

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  1. Fancy BISH August 31, 2015

    Yaaaas *Sips Lipton with honey* #StraightOuttaCompton

  2. Lake Erie August 31, 2015

    Lol I couldn’t help but smile and snicker at the sound of Will’s accent in this movie cuz he is goofy AF in real life but then I started to get into the trailer and I think this movie is going to be good! It never ceases to amaze me of what he can do. Not surprised he’s favored by many aspiring and current male actors.

  3. Bravo!! August 31, 2015

    Someone wants an Oscar! I hope he get nominated and win..

  4. eric August 31, 2015

    Thank you for doing a little better with the ads. I was able to watch this video without interruption and that’s rare on this site.

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