What a difference a week makes.
Last week, I mentioned that the fears over the Coronavirus had not seriously affected the movie business…yet.
This weekend’s disastrous top ten says otherwise.
Movie theaters across North America continued… Read More
Disney/Pixar’s latest animated comedy Onward found itself in need of some box office magic this weekend at theaters across North America as the cartoon turned in the lowest numbers for a Pixar feature in almost five years. The news wasn’t all… Read More
The beleaguered horror genre got a bit of a reprieve this weekend as Universal/Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man made its presence known with in theaters across North America. The acclaimed low-budget thriller starring Elizabeth Moss had no… Read More
A pair of family films duked it out for the number one spot at the North America box office this weekend. Fox’s The Call of the Wild took the lead in its first day on Friday, but soon found itself chasing Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog for… Read More
The Warner comic book movie Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) laid a big ol’ egg at the box office this weekend. The R-rated spinoff of 2016’s Suicide Squad opened to the lowest numbers of any DC Films production… Read More
Super Bowl weekend is always a dead zone for the movie business, and this year was no exception. Two new films – United Artists’ Gretel & Hansel and Paramount’s The Rhythm Section– were dumped onto the market to indifferent… Read More
It was another solid weekend for both Sony’s Bad Boys For Life and Universal’s 1917 as both films crossed the $100 million mark at the box office. The news wasn’t quite as optimistic for STX’s The Gentlemen and Universal’s The Turning, both… Read More
With the New Year well underway, it was a changing of the guard this weekend at theaters across North America. Of the four new films opening on Friday, Universal’s Golden Globe winner 1917 had no trouble becoming the nation’s top film. Fellow… Read More
Happy New Year, everyone!
With the holiday season out of the way, folks still on holiday break found the time to check out movies they may have missed during the final weeks of 2019.
Staying put at number one for a third week in a row was Disney/Lucasfilm’s… Read More
‘Twas the weekend before Christmas,
And all through the land,
People were checking out the finale of a franchise
in which a character once proclaimed he hated sand…
The final chapter in the Star Wars Skywalker Saga, Disney/Lucasfilm’s Star… Read More