Good Boys behaved themselves, opening at number one with $21 million. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw were still in the race at number two with $14.1 million. The Lion King (2019) sunk it’s teeth in at number three with $11.9 million. The Angry Birds
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This Comic Con turned out to be rather worthwhile in terms of cast signings. I had a lot of luck with some of the smaller signings at the Fox booth, and I even scored a WB signing through the online lottery system! Prior to attending the Con,
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw sped into first place for the second week with $25.4 million. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was pretty bright, opening at number two with $20.8 million. The Lion King (2019) roared at number three with $20 million.
I should begin with the facts. A few months ago I started having a major fangirl crush on Misha Collins. It has since grown into a huge, unbreakable, unhealthy, and at times unbearable crush. It is what it is and goes with the fangirl territory, I suppose.
I was lucky enough to attend the press table for The Boys, a new series from Amazon Prime Video. The comic series of the same name was created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, which centers on a group of antiheroes who call themselves The Boys. In
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw raced to number one, opening with $60.8 million. The Lion King (2019) roared at number two with $38.2 million. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood told a tale at number three with $20 million. Spider-Man: Far from Home swung
Hey there box office junkies! I am back from Comic Con. Look for those articles to start trickling in soon. For now, here is this weekend’s breakdown! The Lion King roared at number one for the second week with $75 million. Once Upon a Time in
This is the last Box Office Breakdown before San Diego Comic Con!!!! Spider-Man: Far from Home snared the top spot again with $45.3 million. Toy Story 4 was still in play, holding at number two with $20.6 million. Crawl snapped up the number three spot, opening
Spider-Man: Far from Home swung into first place opening with $185 million for its six day total. Toy Story 4 was still at play at number two with $34.3 million. Yesterday spoke words of wisdom, opening at number three with $10.7 million. Annabelle Comes Home went
A few months ago I attended the Fan X Comic Con convention in Seattle. They had a star studded cast of celebrities. It was difficult to choose who to meet! Once I saw that my unicorn Karl Urban had been scheduled to attend, I jumped on board.
Toy Story 4 got some play, holding at number one with $57.9 million. Annabelle Comes Home had a nice welcoming, opening at number two with $31.2 million (5 day total). Yesterday was not forgotten, opening at number three with $17 million. Aladdin (2019) was still
Toy Story 4 really came alive, opening at number one with $118 million. Child’s Play (2019) had some friends til the end, opening at number two with $14 million. Aladdin held its magic at number three with $12.2 million. Men in Black International had some memory