Favorite Movie: “Avengers: Infinity War”
Favorite Male TV Star: Jace Norman (Henry Hart/Kid Danger, “Henry Danger”)
FILM
Favorite Social Music Star: JoJo Siwa
Following is a list of Kid’s Choice Awards winners.
Favorite Collaboration: “No Brainer” (DJ Khaled, featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo)
Favorite Animated Movie: “Incredibles 2”
Favorite Movie Actor: Noah Centineo (Peter Kavinsky, “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”)
MUSIC:
Favorite TV Judges: Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel (“America’s Got Talent”)
Favorite Male Artist: Shawn Mendes
Favorite Global Music Star North America: Taylor Swift
Favorite Reality Show: “America’s Got Talent”
Undercover”) Cooper, “K.C. Favorite Female TV Star: Zendaya (K.C.
Favorite Movie Actress: Joey King (Shelly “Elle” Evans, “The Kissing Booth”)
OTHER CATEGORIES
Siwa accepted the award for favorite social music star. Siwa said in her acceptance speech, “I get hated on every single day for looking different, looking not what a normal 15-year-old should look like.” She continued, “That is not the case. We are all human, we are all different, we’re allowed to look like we want to look, we’re allowed to do what we want to do because you are the number one you.”
Favorite Video Game: “Just Dance 2019”
Favorite Music Group: Maroon 5
Favorite TV Drama: “Riverdale”
Favorite Cartoon: “SpongeBob SquarePants”
The YouTube star accepted the award from co-host Khaled. She told Variety that Khaled was the celebrity she was most excited to talk to on the orange carpet, and that she draws inspiration from the rapper, citing “another one” as her favorite Khaled catchphrase.
Favorite Song: “Thank U, Next” (Ariana Grande)
Favorite Butt-Kicker: Chris Pratt (Owen Grady, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”)
Favorite Gamer: SSSniperWolf​​” />
Favorite Breakout Artist: Billie Eilish
Favorite Female Artist: Ariana Grande
Favorite TV Host: Ellen DeGeneres (“Ellen’s Game of Games”)
(Tony Stark/Iron Man, “Avengers: Infinity War”) Favorite Superhero: Robert Downey Jr.
Favorite Social Star: David Dobrik
This year’s Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards was full of positivity and encouragement to be yourself. DJ Khaled, known for his upbeat mantras, hosted the 32nd annual awards ceremony alongside JoJo Siwa at USC’s Galen center.
The ceremony was full of musical performances, celebrity appearances, sneak peaks, and of course slime. Some of the highlights included the Migos performance, a Spongebob musical, an "Aladdin" promo with Will Smith, and Chris Pratt getting slime all over his suit after receiving the favorite butt kicker award for “Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom.”
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Favorite Female Voice from an Animated Movie: Selena Gomez (Mavis, “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation”)
Favorite Male Voice from an Animated Movie: Adam Sandler (Dracula, “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation”)
Siwa was not the only guest preaching against bullying at the event. You see someone getting bullied, stand up for them. After accepting the award for favorite movie actor for “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” Noah Centineo said, “It’s 2019, bullying is not something that should exist anymore. Stand up for each other. This is your world.” Please do not sit on the sidelines.
Favorite Funny TV Show: “Fuller House”

1 slot this weekend with a tremendous amount of competition." "We took the No. "We're thrilled," Sony's president of worldwide distribution Josh Greenstein said.
The 2018 box office continues at an uptick, ahead 8.3% from 2017, according to comScore. Weekend numbers were down .2% compared to the same weekend last year, when "War For The Planet of The Apes" opened.” />
The animated family film has amassed $856.9 million worldwide, including $321 million from overseas markets. Disney-Pixar's "Incredibles 2" is now the ninth-highest domestic release of all time with $535.8 million.
Bo Burnham wrote and directed the critically lauded feature, which made $255,000 when it opened on four screens. At the specialty box office, A24's "Eighth Grade" generated the best per-screen-average of the year with $63,071. The coming-of-age film stars Elsie Fisher navigating her last week of middle school.
Elsewhere, Bleecker Street's "Leave No Trace" acquired $1.2 million from 311 locations in its third frame, which takes its North American tally to $2 million. Debra Granik directed the drama, which debuted at Sundance. It follows Ben Foster as a veteran father with PTSD, who lives in isolation with his teenage daughter (Thomasin McKenzie).
Meanwhile, Annapurna's "Sorry to Bother You" nabbed seventh place at the domestic box office. In total, it has earned $5.3 million. Boots Riley's satirical comedy pocketed $4.3 million when it expanded to 805 theaters.
It's not all about opening weekend." "The domestic results are part of a broader global play," Orr said. "I think we're going to have a great run.
Universal's head of domestic distribution Jim Orr emphasized "Skyscraper's" reliance on overseas markets.
Another documentary, Neon's "Three Identical Strangers" made $1.2 million from 167 screens in its third outing, taking its domestic tally to $2.5 million.
Domestically, the Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly-led tentpole earned $133 million, while overseas it has made $151 million. 2 slot, which went to the second weekend of Marvel's "Ant-Man and the Wasp" with $29.5 million from 4,206 locations. The superhero sequel picked up another $35.3 million internationally, taking its global total to $284 million. "Skyscraper's" debut wasn't enough to secure the No.
Gus Van Sant's "Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot" premiered in four theaters with $83,120. Joaquin Phoenix stars in the Amazon Studios comedy, which earned $20,780 per theater.
As the first film in the series debuting during summer (its predecessors opened in September), Greenstein said the studio hopes "Hotel Transylvania 3" will benefit in coming weeks from kids being out of school.
"Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" topped the domestic box office charts with $44 million from 4,267 locations, while Dwayne Johnson's "Skyscraper" washed up with a paltry $25.5 from 3,782 theaters.
With $25 million in North America, "Skyscraper" represents the lowest opening for a Johnson-starrer in recent years. As one of the few summer offerings that isn't a sequel or part of a franchise, Johnson was the main draw of "Skyscraper." The studio is banking on his massive international following to justify the film's pricey $125 million budget. Universal and Legendary's "Skyscraper" arrived in third place, coming in way under projections. It bows in China, where the action film is set, next weekend.
It turns out, Dwayne Johnson was no match for Dracula and company.
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" continues to outpace the original film, which collected $24.9 million during its second frame. 2015's "Ant-Man" completed its theatrical run with $180 million in North America and $519 worldwide.
Universal and Amblin Entertainment's "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," which recently crossed $1 billion worldwide, has brought in $771 million from overseas territories and $363 million domestically.
The first film, 2012's "Hotel Transylvania," bowed with $42 million, while the sequel started with $48 million. The franchise has earned over $931 million worldwide. The opening for "Hotel Transylvania 3" was the second-best for the franchise.
However, that order could fluctuate until final numbers are tallied on Monday. "Incredibles 2" landed in fourth place with $16 million in its fifth weekend, while "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" rounded out the top five with $15.5 million in its fourth frame.
The Whitney Houston documentary has made $2.6 million to date. Roadside Attractions and Miramax's "Whitney" pulled in another $535,385 from 208 screens.
The summer of theatrical documentaries is still in full swing, as "Won't You Be My Neighbor" earned $1.8 million in its sixth weekend. Morgan Neville's film centering on Mister Rogers has grossed $15.8 million, making it the highest grossing documentary of the year, as well as the 16th-highest earning of all time.
Sony's animated family feature picked up $46.4 million overseas this weekend for a global start of $100 million, including Amazon Prime showings. The third installment of the franchise — featuring the voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, and Kathryn Hahn — carried an $80 million production budget.

The family film earned $5.8 million in Russia, and $2.4 million in Australia. Led by the voice cast of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, and Kathryn Hahn, "Hotel Transylvania 3" brought in $23 million in Latin America, including $8.6 million in Mexico, $3.8 million in Brazil, and $2.1 million in Argentina. It opens next in Germany, followed by France, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Italy.
and Ireland ($2.4 million), and Indonesia ($2.1 million). Other top markets include Australia ($2.4 million), the U.K. "Skyscraper" launched in Korea with $4.7 million, Mexico with $3.7 million, and Russia with $2.6 million. The studio is expecting solid returns when the film debuts next weekend in China, where the movie is set.
Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson's "Skyscraper" got a slightly better start overseas, where it opened in 57 territories. Given the film's hefty $125 million production budget, "Skyscraper" is relying on international numbers to justify the price tag. Universal and Legendary's latest fell short of estimates in North America with its $25 million launch.
The third installment in the "Hotel Transylvania" franchise checked in with $46.4 million when it opened in 42 international markets, while Dwayne Johnson's "Skyscraper" opened with $40.4 million.
"Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation" towered over "Skyscraper" overseas.
It debuted with $44 million in North America for a global start of $100 million (including Amazon Prime showings). Sony's animated threequel surpassed "Skyscraper" at the domestic box office as well. The third installment in the franchise set a new Sony record as the biggest animated debut in the 42 international markets.
Pixar's superhero tentpole launched in the U.K. Another Disney title, "Incredibles 2," pocked $33.3 million from 43 locations. To date, the film has made $321 million internationally and $535.8 million domestically. In North America, it made $16.2 million for a global weekend of $49.5 million. and Ireland with $12.1 million and in Poland with $1.4 million.
Top holdover markets include Australia ($1.9 million), Mexico ($1.3 million), and Germany ($1.2 million).” /> This weekend, "Fallen Kingdom" bowed in its final market, Japan. It generated $12.7 million, marking Universal's biggest opening of all time there.
The superhero sequel bowed in India with $3.8 million. "Ant-Man and the Wasp" opens next in France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Switzerland. Disney-Marvel's "Ant-Man and the Wasp" may have topped "Skyscraper" in North America, but Johnson's film got a leg up internationally. Its global total currently sits at $283.7 million, including $150.9 million from overseas. "Ant-Man and the Wasp" pulled in $35.3 million this weekend from 44 territories.
Elsewhere, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" picked up another $26.7 million from 69 markets abroad. Universal and Amblin Entertainment's dinosaur franchise film — starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard — has earned over $1.1 billion worldwide. Domestically, it made $15.5 million in its fourth outing, taking its global weekend total to $42.2 million. It has earned $363.3 million in North America, and $771.4 million internationally.

“Hotel Transylvania 2” launched with $48.5 million domestically in 2015 and wound up with $473.2 million worldwide. The first “Hotel Transylvania” debuted with $42.5 million in North America in 2012 and earned $358.4 million globally by the end of its run. "Hotel Transylvania 3" earned $16.65 million on Friday for Sony.
That leaves Universal's "Skyscraper" in third. "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation's" estimate places it at the top of the box office, with Disney-Marvel's latest installment, "Ant-Man and the Wasp," looking to nab the second place spot in its sophomore weekend with an estimated $28 million from 4,206 theaters.
That film, starring Elsie Fisher as an awkward eighth grader, has an early score of 99% certified fresh on the review aggregator site.” /> "Eighth Grade," Bo Burnham's directorial debut that's also in a limited opening at four theaters, is heading for a stellar $240,000.
Gus Van Sant's critically lauded biopic about the life of cartoonist and quadriplegic John Callahan has an 80% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Amazon's Joaquin Phoenix-starrer "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" is having its limited opening at four theaters, which should bring in around $75,000.
It's earned $792 million globally, $524 million of which comes from domestic revenues. "Incredibles 2," now in its fifth frame, has been a massive success worldwide. "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," one weekend behind "Incredibles 2," has topped $1 billion worldwide, including $727 million from international markets. "Ant-Man and the Wasp," which opened to a respectable $75.8 million last weekend, will have earned around $140 million by the end of the weekend.
"Skyscraper," an action film that sees Johnson's security consultant battling to save his family at the top of the world's tallest skyscraper, is coming in far below earlier estimates in the $33 million to $40 million range. It's possible the lackluster performance is a result of Johnson fatigue, as The Rock starred in two major action films within the last 12 months, "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" and "Rampage," which made its debut only three months ago. "Jumanji" was a surprise worldwide hit for Sony, earning $961 million globally, while "Rampage" has earned $425 million worldwide.
"Incredibles 2" will again battle it out with "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" for the fourth place slot, with each likely to bring in around $15 million.
The weekend's two box office openers are coming in a far cry apart, with "Hotel Transylvania 3" soaring to an estimated $41 million from 4,267 sites while Dwayne Johnson's "Skyscraper" heads for a stale $25 million from 3,782 domestic locations.
The sci fi comedy stars Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson, and centers around a telemarketer who's dissatisfied with his job until he starts using his "white voice" on clients. Indie hit "Sorry to Bother You," from Annapurna, added 789 theaters to its range this weekend and is hoping to reel in another $3.8 million to bring its tally to around $7 million.
The pic opens day-and-date in 56 international markets and launches in China on July 20. Johnson’s longtime collaborator, Beau Flynn, produced the pic alongside Seven Bucks partners Hiram Garcia, Dany Garcia, Wendy Jacobson, Eric McLeod, and Eric Hedayat. It carries a current Rotten Tomatoes score of 49%. “Central Intelligence” helmer Rawson Marshall Thurber directed “Skyscraper.”
The voice cast includes Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, David Spade, Steve Buscemi, Keegan-Michael Key, Molly Shannon, Fran Drescher, and Mel Brooks. It focuses on Dracula, Mavis, Johnny, and the rest of the family taking a vacation on the Monster Cruise Ship, where Dracula becomes attracted to the ship’s mysterious captain. The animated movie is directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, and written by Tartakovsky and Michael McCullers.

If initial audience reactions are anything to judge by, the third should have no problem continuing the series’ trend of box office success. The packed-to-the-rafters 1,000-seat Bonlieu Grand Auditorium theater was raucous with laughter, and the film received a mighty, rhythmic applause when the end credits rolled.
Generally, if the crew likes it, we know we’ve got something. “So we’ve always tried to make things for us. “I don’t know what a six or eight-year-old likes, but at the same time I don’t really know what a 35 year old likes,” Tartakovsky said of filmmaking for all ages.
It wasn’t just the kids that enjoyed the film.
While the laughs were shared by all, it was kids present that seemed to take the greatest pleasure from the film’s jokes and pratfalls. For instance, every time the family dog Tinkles was on the screen, even in disguise, screams of joy could be heard from the audience’s younger members.
“The interesting thing is I got an opportunity to write this one along with Michael McCullers,” Tartakovsky told Variety in an interview. “And because I started it from the ground up, I was able to structure it the way that I structure stories. That means that I write for the sequences that I want to see animated.”
“I will definitely be seeing it again when it comes out in theaters,” said Sarah, an animation student, as she left the theater with a group of her classmates.
It’s on the ship that Dracula first lays eyes on Ericka, the acrobatic blond captain. And, for the second time in his life, he zings – the monster equivalent of love at first sight. Unbeknownst to everyone on board however, Ericka is the great granddaughter of Abraham Van Helsing, long-time nemesis to Dracula and hunter of all monsters.
ANNECY, France — Wednesday night saw the unofficial world premiere of a nearly-finished version of the third in Sony Pictures Animation’s tentpole film series, “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.”
The film kicks off in the same hotel from the first two films, but when Mavis sees her father Dracula, who seems a bit down, she organizes a cruise vacation so that he can spend more time with his increasingly overworked family. They quickly set off on their water-bound adventure. She also invites his friends and their families.
“Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation,” is scheduled for release July 13.” />
“I love the first two, and everything Genndy does, but this one has so much action, it feels epic.” “It’s my favorite so far in the series,” said Peter, a freelance animator visiting Annecy for the first time.
The first two “Hotel Transylvania” films have been the company’s largest animation box office hits outside of the first “Smurfs” movie. “Hotel Transylvania” and “Hotel Transylvania 2” accumulated a combined U.S. box office in excess of $800 million.
He also co-wrote this installment, the first time he has held that mantle for a “Hotel Transylvania” film. “Hotel 3” was introduced to the audience by franchise director and animation legend Genndy Tartakovsky. The ovation for the man behind series such as “Samurai Jack,” “Dexters Lab” and “Star Wars: Clone Wars” was perhaps the biggest of the evening.