Get Out stayed in, opening at number one with $30.5 million. The LEGO Batman Movie was still put together at number two with $19 million. John Wick Chapter Two was solid at number three with $9 million. The Great Wall fell to number four with
I’ve been talking about this premiere for a bit lately. Just looking back I guess. I mean it’s tough these days, premiere’s used to be so much fun and now I do anything I can to avoid them. Regardless, this was such an amazing premiere, getting an
The LEGO Batman movie stuck at number one with $34.2 million. Fifty Shades Darker was tied up at number two with $20.9 million. The Great Wall was knocked down, opening at number three with $18 million. John Wick Chapter 2 hit the mark at number four
So guys, It’s Valentine’s Day… I know, I know… It’s a Hallmark saturated holiday, however, it’s recognized by everyone, and you know well… It’s here to stay! So, in the old, if you can’t beat them, join them motto… Here are Mike The Fanboy’s top 15 movies
The LEGO Batman movie toppled the competition, opening on top with $ $55.6 million. Fifty Shades Darker got spanked, opening at number two with $46.7 million. John Wick: Chapter Two did dog gone well, opening at number three with $30 million. Split was still captivating at number
Split divided ticket sales and came out on top for the third week with $14.5 million. Rings rung loudly, opening at number two with $13 million. A Dog’s Purpose had meaning at number three with $10.8 million. Hidden Figures was in the open at number
Split had multiple ticket sales, holding at number one with $26.2 million. A Dog’s Purposed wagged its tail at number two, opening with $18.3 million. Hidden Figures made the grade at number three with $14 million. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was walking dead at number
For Throwback Thursday this week, I thought that this would be a fun recap to do. It was really an awesome day, I mean the cast was over the top awesome and we got to hang out on the sets of Cougar Town, a show I love!
Split was a box office hit, opening at number one with $40.1 million. xXx: The Return of Xander Cage scored at number two with a $20 million opening. Hidden Figures made the grade at number three with $16.2 million. Sing celebrated at number four with $9 million.
Hidden Figures had the numbers, moving up to the top spot with $20.4 million. La La Land sang a new tune, moving up to the number two spot with $14.5 million. Sing held a note, staying at number three with $13.8 million. Rogue One: A Star
It’s a downpour here in La La Land, and so for this weeks Throwback Thurs, I thought it would be fun to take a look at none other than Ms. Amanda Seyfried and the time when I met her during a downpour. It was a cold and
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story squeaked into the top spot for a fourth week with $21.9 million. Hidden Figures made its mark at number two with $21.8 million. Sing hit a high note at number three with $19.5 million. Underworld: Blood Wars was defeated, opening