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
With Hostiles about to hit theaters, I thought it was a good time to do a Throwback Thurs about how cool Christian Bale is! I mean, he’s always been nice and this night, well… He was mobbed and still tried to be cool. It was a little
I was thinking of what to do for Throwback Thurs and I was like… Wait… I remember this one premiere that was so amazing! The film maybe wasn’t as amazing but the premiere was pretty epic. Check out the throwback to the In Time premiere below! I’m
Blade Runner 2049 warped into the number one spot with $31.5 million. The Mountain Between Us was trapped at number two, opening with $10.1 million. It was floating at number three with $9.6 million. My Little Pony: The Movie trotted into fourth place, opening with $8.8
Ever wanted to taste your favorite fandom? Fandom Fest is giving NYCC attendees a chance to taste…. Rick and Morty (if you like to drink pickle juice, this one’s for you!) The Walking Dead (Lucille never tasted so good) Stranger Things (waffles upside down are just as
It floated back up to number one (probably because I took Mike the Fanboy for his birthday) with $17.3 million. Final numbers are still pending, but American Made opened in the number two spot with $17.01 million. Kingsman: The Golden Circle got knocked down to number
Kingsman: The Golden Circle captured the top spot, opening with $39 million. It floated in the number two spot with $30 million. The LEGO Ninjago Movie sliced it’s way to number three, opening with $21.2 million. American Assassin was double crossed at number four with $6.2 million.
It scared the competition away, holding the top spot for a second week with $60 million. American Assassin took a hit, opening at number two with $14.8 million. mother! got scolded, opening at number three with just $7.5 million. Home Again was comfortable at number
It’s Throwback Thurs! With the new Firefly and Buffy The Vampire Slayer DVD sets coming out I figured this was the perfect time to do a Throwback Thurs back to the time when I met Nathan Fillion! Such a great guy, Seriously… He’s awesome. Check out the
It was no laughing matter, opening at number one with a record breaking $117 million! Home Again landed at number two, opening with $9 million. The Hitman’s Bodyguard was shielded at number three with $4.8 million. Annabelle: Creation sneaked around to number four with $4 million.
The Hitman’s Bodyguard dodged another bullet, staying at number one with $10.2 million. Annabelle: Creation stayed creepy at number two with $7.3 million. Wind River moved up stream to number three with $5.8 million. Leap! Jumped down a spot to number four with $4.8 million. Logan
The Hitman’s Bodyguard scored again at number one for the second week with $10 million. Annabelle: Creation had chills at number two, with $7.3 million. Leap! jumped into the number three spot, opening with $5 million. Wind River streamed up to number four after a wide