Weekend Box Office chart for September 21st to September 23rd

The House With A Click In Its Walls took in big money for Jack Black and company beating out a ton of other meh movies this past weekend.

1. The House With A Clock In Its Walls $26.8 Total: $26.8
2. A Simple Favor $10.4 Total: $32.5
3. The Nun $10.2 Total: $100.8
4. The Predator $8.7 Total: $40.4
5. Crazy Rich Asians $6.5 Total: $159.4
6. White Boy Rick $5.0 Total: $17.4
7. Peppermint $3.7 Total: $30.3
8. Fahrenheit 11/9 $3.1 Total: $3.1
9. The Meg $2.3 Total: $140.5
10. Searching $2.1 Total: $23.1

Netflix in Talks for Diablo Animated Series

Diablo 3 Cartoon Diablo T Shirt
Diablo 3 Cartoon Diablo T Shirt

Game Informer has the scoop.

“Hot off the heels of the successful Castlevania animated series, Netflix might be looking to add another video game adaptation to its library in the form of Blizzard’s Diablo.

Andrew Cosby, founder of comics publisher Boom! Studios, tweeted on Wednesday that he’s in talks to write the series in collaboration with Netflix and Activision-Blizzard. While the tweet has since been deleted, likely because it was publicly referring to a project that has not been announced, Variety managed to catch and report on it.

Judging by Cosby’s pedigree as the writer of the new Hellboy reboot and Netflix’s penchant for more adult animation, Castlevania included, a Diablo series would likely veer toward the more mature end of the animation spectrum in terms of subject matter and violence. Seeing as how it’s only in talks right now, however, it might be some time before we see anything from it. “

Weekend Box Office Chart for September 14th to September 16th

Predator Mask Pillow Case
Predator Mask Pillow Case

With just 34% on Rotten Tomatoes, The Predator took the top spot yet bombed at the same time. Bummer cause I really want a good Predator movie at some point.

1. The Predator $24.0 Total: $24.0
2. The Nun $18.2 Total: $85.0
3. A Simple Favor $16.0 Total: $16.0
4. White Boy Rick $8.8 Total: $8.8
5. Crazy Rich Asians $8.7 Total: $149.5
6. Peppermint $6.0 Total: $24.2
7. The Meg $3.8 Total: $137.0
8. Searching $3.2 Total: $19.6
9. Unbroken: Path to Redemption $2.3 Total: $2.3
10. Mission: Impossible – Fallout $2.3 Total: $216.1

Henry Cavill OUT as Superman! NOOOOOOO

Superman Neon Splatter Logo T-Shirt
Superman Neon Splatter Logo T-Shirt

It’s not like he was amazing, but a change up at this point would just be bad.

“The DC cinematic universe appears to be losing its Man of Steel.

Henry Cavill, who has played Superman in three films, is parting ways with Warner Bros., sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. Though neither side is confirming, the British actor, who first donned the blue suit for 2013’s Man of Steel, and then starred in 2016’s Batman v. Superman and last year’s Justice League, is said to be hanging up the red cape.

Warners had been trying to enlist Cavill, who most recently co-starred in Mission: Impossible — Fallout, for a Superman cameo in Shazam!, which stars Zachary Levi and will bow April 5. But contract talks between Cavill’s WME reps and Warners broke down, and the door is now closing on other potential Superman appearances.

That’s because the studio has shifted its focus to a Supergirl movie, which will be an origin story featuring a teen superheroine. This effectively removes an actor of Cavill’s age from the storyline’s equation given that Superman, aka Kal-El, would be an infant, according to DC lore.

Furthermore, Warners isn’t likely to make a solo Superman film for at least several years, according to another source. “Superman is like James Bond, and after a certain run you have to look at new actors,” says a studio source. As such, Cavill will join Ben Affleck, who isn’t expected to reprise his role for director Matt Reeves’ forthcoming Batman stand-alone film, as a hero on the way out.

A Warners source says the Shazam! deal fell apart because of scheduling conflicts. And that is backed up by the fact that Cavill recently signed on to star in the Netflix series The Witcher. However, another source says that the Witcher commitment came after the Warners impasse, suggesting a change in Warners’ strategy.

“There’s a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn’t work,” says the studio insider. Another source says Warners is trying to hit a “reset” button with the DC universe, steering its ship slowly into another direction. ”

The Hollywood Reporter has the full scoop.

Weekend Box Office Chart for September 7th to September 9th

Seems like The Conjuring spin off has some draw power. Shocking cause the movie is meh, but it does have cool posters.

1. The Nun $53.5 Total: $53.5
2. Crazy Rich Asians $13.6 Total: $136.2
3. Peppermint $13.2 Total: $13.2
4. The Meg $6.0 Total: $131.5
5. Searching $4.5 Total: $14.3
6. Mission: Impossible – Fallout $3.8 Total: $212.1
7. Disney’s Christopher Robin $3.1 Total: $91.7
8. Operation Finale $3.0 Total: $14.1
9. Alpha $2.5 Total: $32.4
10. BlacKkKlansman $1.5 Total: $43.4