Another Marvel movie, another Box Office smash.
Disney should really be happy with this past weekends results. The long awaited Captain America: Civil War finally hit theaters this weekend at it crushed at the Box Office becoming the 5th biggest domestic box office opening movie of all time. Of course this is also not going to surprise anybody who has been aware of the release of this movie for the past 2 years. Also The Jungle Book moved down 2nd place, meaning that Disney has been able to keep one of their movies at the top of the charts for 4 weekends in a row with 2 different movies. And they are showing no signs of slowing down in the next weekend. Check out the rest of the results below!
No 1. Captain America: Civil War – $179,139,142 in its first weekend of release.
No 2. The Jungle Book– $24,488,436. Bringing its total gross in its 4th weekend to $287,600,701.
No 3. Mother’s Day – $11,087,076. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $22,806,766.
No 4. The Huntsman: Winter’s War – $3,948,835. Bringing its total gross in its 3rd weekend to $40,732,455
No 5. Keanu – $3,287,484. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $15,308,421
Continue reading “May 6-8 Box Office Results”
It was announced nearly a year ago that Lionsgate would be creating a live action, modern, version of the 90’s hit series, Power Rangers. And after a year of speculation, and small nuggets of news here and there we finally have a look at what the costumes of these teenage heroes will be.
The image was first reported by Entertainment Weekly Thursday morning and showcasing the five rangers – Naomi Scott as the Pink Ranger, singer Becky G. as the Yellow Ranger, RJ Cyler as the Blue Ranger, Ludi Lin as the Black Ranger, and Dacre Montgomery as the Red Ranger – in their new costumes. Despite criticisms that are already happening, one thing is certain – the new costumes will definitely protect the rangers better than the 90’s spandex costumes. Check out the new costumes below!
Director of the film, Dean Israelite told Entertainment Weekly that, “These suits needed to feel like they were catalyzed by these kids and their energy, their spirit.” Continue reading “Costumes for feature ‘Power Rangers’ movie revealed!”
Its been rumored for a while that we would be getting characters form the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Sony’s new Spider-Man film. When hearing this I, and many others, assumed that it would be a small cameo from someone like Jeremy Renner‘s Hawkeye or Scarlett Johansson‘s Black Widow. If reports are to be believed I, and many others, are very wrong.
According to Variety Robert Downey Jr. will be appearing as Tony Stark in Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. However at this time it is not known just how big Downey’s role will be. Continue reading “Tony Stark Will Appear in Sony’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’”
Almost a year ago Entertainment Weekly released some photos of the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse movie that featured a few of the X-Men and Apocalypse himself. And with the release of the those photos came an outcry from all over the internet that shredded the look of the first mutant. Saying that he looked like the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers villain Ivan Ooze (check out a picture of Ooze here). It looks like Bryan Singer, director of X-Men: Apocalypse heard the millions of voices crying out in terror.
In an interview with IGN Singer explained his choice for selecting Oscar Isaac for the part of Apocalypse.
There was an image released on Entertainment Weekly, where the effect hadn’t been put in yet, so everyone was – the effect has a pink light on it, and everyone got lit up pink, so people thought Apocalypse was going to be pink. I was like, ‘No no, they’re all pink. Take a look.’ I’m going to take some blame for that. My fault, not Entertainment Weekly’s. That’s the picture I game them.
Continue reading “Bryan Singer Defending X-Men Movie”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, The Flash director Seth Grahame-Smith is leaving the scarlet-speedster project due to “creative differences.” Grahame-Smith, who was the screenwriter of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, was suppose to make his directorial debut with this movie. However, with his departure he will only be receiving a screenwriter credit, having already penned a draft of the movie.
The Flash has a release date of March 16, 2018 and will be staring Ezra Miller as “the fastest man alive.” So while it never sounds good to have a director leave a project they still have a lot of time to find a new director. Also, looking at the resume of Grahame-Smith I am not too broken up about his departure. I do not doubt that he can make good movies, but after the critical failure of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. can not afford another flop, so getting a more seasoned director for such a beloved property would be the better idea. However, this story seemed to have started up the rumor mill in other places.
Continue reading “‘The Flash’ & ‘Aquaman’ Directors Scramble!!”
This past weekend showed some crazy results at the box office! First off, The Jungle Book continues to truck along. Just counting its domestic earnings, it has exceeded its budget ($175 Million) in its 3rd weekend of release. It’s a safe bet that it will no longer be in the number 1 spot after this coming weekend (May 6-8) with the release of Captain America: Civil War. However, it will easily be at number 2 – meaning that Disney will have the number 1 and number 2 spots in the box office.
The even crazier thing to note about this weekend’s box office is just how close Keanu came to being in second place! The Huntsman: Winter’s War was able to stay in second place for the second weekend in a row, but only a difference of $166,076 separated 2nd and 3rd place! I believe that if Keanu had been in just a few more theaters it may have taken that number 2 spot. Check out the remaining top 5 results below!
No 1. The Jungle Book– $46,714,706. Bringing its total gross in its 3nd weekend to $253,371,506.
No 2. The Huntsman: Winter’s War– $9,453,224. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $34,215,325.
No 3. Keanu – $9,453,224 in its first weekend of release.
No 4. Mother’s Day – $8,369,184 in its first weekend of release.
No 5. Barbershop: The Next Cut – $6,080,495. Bringing its total gross in its 3rd weekend to $44,661,136. Continue reading “April 29 – May 1 Box Office Results”
After several months of speculation, MGM and Warner Bros. have finally found their new Tomb Raider! Unfortunately it is not Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Daisy Ridley as I had previously speculated, however this new casting news is just as interesting.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ex Machina’s Alicia Vikander has been cast as the video-game icon, and will be joining director Roar Uthaug who has already been attached to the movie.
According to the report the new Tomb Raider will “tell the story of a young and untested Croft fighting to survive her first adventure.” This seems to draw inspiration from the 2013 Tomb Raider game which focuses on a young Lara Croft and her first adventure. Continue reading “The New Lara Croft Has Been Cast!”
We haven’t heard much from Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters since the first trailer dropped online almost two months ago. Is it because they plan on releasing a lot more as we approach the July 15th release date? Or is it because the trailer did not meet audience expectations and they are rethinking their marketing strategy? Whatever the reason, Sony has unveiled some new character posters showing our new heroes in action.
Check them out below! Continue reading “Open The Floodgates for New Ghostbusters Posters!”
Everyone’s favorite mutants are out in full force in the latest X-Men: Apocalypse trailer, however Apocalypse shows to be a pretty formidable foe. The X-Men are going to need all the help they can get! And it looks like that help may just come from a the fan-favorite Canadian with adamantium claws. Check out the latest X-Men: Apocalypse trailer, featuring the first peek at Wolverine, below. And this time, he finally has his metal claws.
There is a ton of new footage in the trailer, but if you are a die-hard Wolverine fan, your favorite part is going to be at the very end.
X-Men: Apocalypse is directed by Bryan Singer and stars Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Olivia Munn as Psylocke, Tye Sheridan as Cyclops, Alexandra Shipp as Storm, Kodi Smit-McPhee as Nightcrawler, Ben Hardy as Angel, and Oscar Isaac as the world’s first mutant Apocalypse. Returning to join these new mutants are James McAvoy as Professor Xavier, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, Evan Peters as Quicksilver, Nicholas Hoult as Beast and Michael Fassbender as Magneto.
X-Men Apocalypse is set to be released this summer, May 27th
After seeing the box office results of this weekend I believe that Chris Hemsworth needs to put down the wood axe and stick with the hammer. His movie, The Huntsman: Winter’s War got destroyed at the box office by The Jungle Book which was in its second weekend of release.
Also, Zootopia managed to stay in the top 5 for its 8th weekend in a row. The Boss managed to stay in the top 5 for its 3rd weekend in a row as well. Both movies managed to boot out Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice out of the top 5. Check out the full results of this weekend below!
No 1. The Jungle Book– $61,538,821. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $192,213,247.
No 2. The Huntsman: Winter’s War– $19,445,035 for its first weekend of release.
No 3. Barbershop: The Next Cut – $10,445,035. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $35,719,746.
No 4. Zootopia – $6,579,545. Bringing its total gross in its 8th weekend to $316,404,151.
No 5. The Boss – $6,228,205. Bringing its total gross in its 3rd weekend to $316,404,151.