Slow week but Aquaman is on the way and it’s killing it overseas.
1. Ralph Breaks the Internet $16.1 Total: $140.8
2. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch $15.1 Total: $223.4
3. Creed II $10.3 Total: $96.4
4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald $6.8 Total: $145.2
5. Bohemian Rhapsody $6.0 Total: $173.5
6. Instant Family $5.6 Total: $54.1
7. Green Book $3.9 Total: $19.9
8. Robin Hood $3.5 Total: $27.2
9. The Possession of Hannah Grace $3.1 Total: $11.5
10. Widows $3.1 Total: $38.1
On December 12, Deadpool 2 is back in theaters with zero F’s given
To kick off the holiday season audiences of almost all ages will soon be able to enjoy the Merc with the Mouth’s reimagining of Deadpool 2 filtered through the prism of childlike innocence.
“Fox has been asking for a PG-13 basically since the start in 2006,” Ryan Reynolds told Deadline. “I’ve said no since 2006. Now, this one time, I said ‘Yes’ on two conditions. First, a portion of the proceeds had to go to charity. Second, I wanted to kidnap Fred Savage. The second condition took some explaining…”
Fred Savage will join Reynolds in new scenes for ONCE UPON A DEADPOOL in an homage to Savage’s starring role in the 1987 bedtime-story classic THE PRINCESS BRIDE. Fred remarked, “while my participation in this film was anything but voluntary, I am happy to learn that Fudge Cancer will be the beneficiary of this shameless cash grab”
For every ticket sold, $1 will go to the charity Fudge Cancer – previously known as Fuck Cancer, who have graciously changed their name to be more PG-13 friendly for the 12 days of Once Upon A Deadpool’s release.
Watch the new trailer for Dumbo, and see the film when it soars to theatres March 29, 2019!
From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, “Dumbo” expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight. A new trailer, images and poster are now available. The trailer features Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Eva Green, Finley Hobbins and Nico Parker.
Circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) and his children Milly (Nico Parker) and Joe (Finley Hobbins) to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback, attracting persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton), who recruits the peculiar pachyderm for his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland. Dumbo soars to new heights alongside a charming and spectacular aerial artist, Colette Marchant (Eva Green), until Holt learns that beneath its shiny veneer, Dreamland is full of dark secrets.
Boldly go to the beach carrying this colorful and eye-catching Star Trek beach towel! The Star Trek To Boldly Go Beach Towel is black, 59″ by 29.5″. Transport yourself to strange new worlds using this cotton beach towel with an image of the USS Enterprise from TV’s Star Trek traveling at warp speed, and the tagline “To Boldly Go…”
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch killed it this weekend with a nice #1 opening and on the other side, Overlord was actually pretty awesome. So two great movies to check out this coming week before Fantastic Beasts opens and crushes them all.
1. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch $67,5/$67.5
2. Bohemian Rhapsody $31.2/$100.3
3. Overlord $10.2/$10.2
4. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms $10.0/$35.7
5. A Star is Born $8.1/$178.1
6. The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story $7.8/$7.8
7. Nobody’s Fool $6.6/$24.3
8. Venom $4.9/$206.2
9. Halloween $3.9/$156.9
10. The Hate U Give $2.0/$26.6
The 2018 Halloween sequel crushed it and took the #1 spot on the weekend box office chart with a $77 million opening weekend! It’s reviewing pretty sweet as well.
1. Halloween $77.5 Total: $77.5
2. A Star is Born $19.3 Total: $126.3
3. Venom $18.1 Total: $171.1
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween $9.7 Total: $28.8
5. First Man $8.5 Total: $29.9
6. The Hate U Give $7.5 Total: $10.6
7. Smallfoot $6.6 Total: $66.3
8. Night School $5.0 Total: $66.9
9. Bad Times At The El Royale $3.3 Total: $13.3
10. The Old Man & the Gun $2.0 Total: $4.2
Ok wow, First Man is just not doing well at all. Well reviewed, it’s a great movie, people just don’t seem to care. This could be a massive loss for the studio.
1. Venom $35.7 Total: $142.8
2. A Star is Born $28.0 Total: $94.1
3. First Man $16.5 Total: $16.5
4. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween $16.2 Total: $16.2
5. Smallfoot $9.3 Total: $57.6
6. Night School $8.0 Total: $59.8
7. Bad Times At The El Royale $7.2 Total: $7.2
8. The House With A Clock In Its Walls $3.9 Total: $62.2
9. The Hate U Give $1.7 Total: $2.4
10. A Simple Favor $1.3 Total: $52.0
With a critics score of just 30% but an Audience score of 88%, Venom proves critics and fans have a slight disconnect.
1. Venom $80.2 Total: $80.2
2. A Star is Born $42.9 Total: $44.2
3. Smallfoot $14.4 Total: $42.2
4. Night School $12.5 Total: $46.9
5. The House With A Clock In Its Walls $7.3 Total: $55.0
6. A Simple Favor $3.4 Total: $49.0
7. The Nun $2.7 Total: $113.4
8. Crazy Rich Asians $2.1 Total: $169.2
9. Hell Fest $2.0 Total: $8.8
10. The Predator $.947 Total: $50.0
Night School was sort of a disappointing mess of a comedy. Critics didn’t take to it put fans are 50/50.
1. Night School $28.0 Total: $28.0
2. Smallfoot $23.0 Total: $23.0
3. The House With A Clock In Its Walls $12.5 Total: $44.7
4. A Simple Favor $6.6 Total: $43.0
5. The Nun $5.4 Total: $109.0
6. Hell Fest $5.0 Total: $5.0
7. Crazy Rich Asians $4.5 Total: $165.6
8. The Predator $3.7 Total: $47.6
9. White Boy Rick $2.3 Total: $21.7
10. Peppermint $1.7 Total: $33.5
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
“After a strong push to get James Gunn back as director of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” following his firing from the project, Disney and Marvel are standing by their decision to not reinstate him as helmer for the next installment. The decision came following a meeting between Gunn and studio chairman Alan Horn.”
“When asked by GameSpot if the series, which is expected to begin shooting in 2019, would feature fan-favorite character Master Chief, both Showtime Networks president David Nevins and president of programming Gary Levine confirmed he would. What’s more, when pressed during a small group interview after the Showtime panel, Levine added that Chief would be a lead character on the show.
Longtime fans of the Halo franchise might find that odd, given that Master Chief has never shown his face. What other TV shows feature human characters that remain faceless? However, according to Levine, the issue of Chief never unmasking is central to the show.
“It is a key question and an important part of our series is all I’ll say,” he teased.
As for what the show will look like, Nevins was quick to point out this is now Showtime’s take on Game of Thrones. “It is futuristic space-based science fiction,” he said. “It is not fantasy. I think there’s been one iconic franchise in my opinion in the history of television in that category and that’s Star Trek. Probably 10 or 12 of the top 20 movies of all time are futuristic sci-fi and, weirdly, television hasn’t turned up those kinds of franchises.”