Frozen II chilled out at number one again with $85.2 million. Knives Out sliced into second place, opening with $41.7 million over the holiday weekend. Ford v Ferrari stayed the course at number three with $13.2 million. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood was charming at
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Frozen II was on fire, opening at number one with a record breaking $127 million. Ford v. Ferrari raced into second place with $16 million. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood was friendly, opening at number three with $13.5 million. 21 Bridges was connected at number
Ford v Ferrari raced past the competition into first place with $31 million. Box Midway spiraled down to the number two spot with $8.7 million. Charlie’s Angels spied on the number three spot, opening with $8.6 million. Playing with Fire got put out at number four with
Midway made a sneak attack, opening at number one with $17.5 million. Doctor Sleep was wide awake at number two, opening with $14.1 million. Playing with Fire was smoked out, opening at number three with $12.8 million. Last Christmas made a wish at number four, opening
Bruce Campbell sat down with the press at this year’s San Diego Comic Con to discuss him hosting the Travel Channel’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not reboot. The legendary cult star said his approach to hosting goes back to his experience using a teleprompting while shooting an
Terminator: Dark Fate was back, opening at number one with $29 million. Joker had a good laugh holding at number two with $13.9 million. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil cast a spell at number three with $12.1 million. Harriet was freed at number four, opening with $12 million.
Joker had the last laugh, climbing back up to number one with $18.9 million. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil was cast down to number two with $18.5 million. The Addams Family got spooked at the number three spot with $11.7 million. Zombieland 2: Double Tap took a
This past weekend I attended the Supernatural Giving Back Tour – a small convention in Burbank, hosted by Creation Entertainment. I actually prefer these small conventions. The crowds are manageable, there’s plenty to do, and you’re not standing for hours waiting for the next line to form.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil cast a spell, opening at number one with $36 million. Joker had some laughs at number two with $29.2 million. Zombieland 2: Double Tap rose from the dead, opening at number three with $26.7 million. The Addams Family (2019) wasn’t very spooky,
Joker got the last laugh, holding at number one for a a second week with $55 million. The Addams Family (2019) creeped in at number two, opening with $30.2 million. Gemini Man was twice as bad, opening at number three with just $20.5 million. Abominable
Back in August I attended a little known gem of a music festival called, The International Pop Overthrow. Truth be told, Mark Sheppard had announced on his Instagram that he’d be playing drums there along with a friendly invite to come see him. So a fangirl pal
Joker had the last laugh, opening at number one with $93.5 million. Abominable was still wonderful at number two with $12 million. Downton Abbey was served at number three with $8 million. Hustlers conned its way to number four with $6.3 million. It: Chapter Two