High Stakes Weekend Ahead Pitting Three Major Films Against Each Other

As ‘it’ wrecks the north american and international box office, two new major releases come into the equation. fox’s epic kingsman: the golden circle has building momentum for months and will explode this weekend worldwide. however it will be up against the lego ninjago film and the holdover ‘it’. this weekend promises to be interesting…

‘It’ Continues It’s Dominance As ‘American Assassin’ Opens Well

with the weekend estimates in, stephen king’s it stood at the no.1 spot for the second weekend in a row taking a strong $60m dropping just 51.4% as it’s domestic cume stands at $218m in just ten days of release. behind it is michael keaton’s new cold war drama american assassin which performed better than expected…

Logan is the First Oscars Screener Sent to Academy Voters

Big news! Twentieth century fox is making a big push for their superb action-thriller Logan to become the first comic-book adapted film to be nominated for an academy award for best picture. The James Mangold-directed film stars Hugh Jackman as the titular role and tackles the final days of the beloved X-Men member as he helps save mutantkind…

‘It’ To Continue Dominance Smothering Newcomers

well, it was quite a surprise last weekend. we were all expecting an opening of around $65m for stephen king’s latest adaption, but we wouldn’t have thought it would nearly be double to industry expectations at over $123m. this weekend it will take the no.1 spot easily against jennifer lawrence’s new horror film mother! and…

Bond 25 Leak: 007 ‘To Marry’!

the next bond film could see 007 marry and settle down a source close to the production says. An anonymous source has claimed that “Bond quits the secret service, and he’s in love and gets married,” reports PageSix.com, the New York Post’s Hollywood news site. The alleged plot leak comes just weeks after Daniel Craig announced that…

It Review: This Is No Conjuring Film – ★★★★☆

Of all the grimly iconic images Stephen King can be credited with thinking up – those slaughtered sisters in The Shining, that pig’s-blood deluge in Carrie – there’s one that stands out as so evilly nightmarish, so plain wrong, it’s actively hard to watch. It’s the sight of an innocent young boy, Georgie, being dragged…

Summer 2017 Comes To A Close With Worst Weekend For Decades

It has been 25 years since Labor Day weekend has not seen a new film debut in over 1,000 theatres. The largest “new” release over Labor Day weekend 2017 is Sony’s re-release of Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which will be ushered into 901 locations followed by The Weinstein Co.’s Tulip Fever,…