It: Chapter Two closed the book on number one again with $40.7 million. Hustlers conned their way into second place, opening with $33.2 million. Angel Has Fallen indeed fell to number three with $4.4 million. Good Boys were punished at number four with $4.2 million.
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It: Chapter 2 scared up $91 million, opening in first place. Angel Has Fallen fell down to number two with $6 million. Good Boys were still behaving at number three with $5.3 million. The Lion King (2019) roared at number four with $4.1 million. Overcomer
Angel Has Fallen rose to the top spot for a second week with $11.5 million. Good Boys were well behaved at number two with $9.1 million. The Lion King (2019) clawed back up to number three with $6.7 million. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
Angel has Fallen rose to number one, opening with $21.3 million. Good Boys were well behaved at number two with $11.6 million. Overcomer overcame the odds, opening at number three with $8.1 million. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw fell back to number four with
Supernatural, one of the longest running shows in TV history, had its last ever panel at this year’s SDCC. The cast and their fans got to say goodbye sharing some laughs, thanks, and a lot of tears. The CW show is entering its fifteenth and final season
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
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
Hello, my lovelies. Pinky Lovejoy-Coogan looking back over some of the FYC events we were lucky to attend this season and all the unicorns I’ve been able to meet. Squee! The most recent unicorn had been on my list for a long time. You might remember my