It’s really hard to translate a classic novel to the big screen, especially when that novel has been read by every grade school child for the past few decades or so. Any change, however slight is seen as a deviation from the source material and if you
It’s so interesting to see how certain franchises take on a life of their own. You really never know what’s going to take root in the public consciousness. Take for instance the Tremors film. It started out as an ode to low budget B-movies and starred Kevin
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
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 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
I have returned from my African Adventure! A big thanks to Mike for filling in the past two weeks! The Hitman’s Bodyguard hit its mark at number one with $21.6 million. Annabelle: Creation scared up $15.5 million at number two. Logan Lucky didn’t have much luck,
Suddenly Susan will be back soon but in the meantime let’s get to the box office! Annabelle: Creation scared up number one with over 35 million and beating estimates and doubling their budget! Dunkirk continued to thrive adding another 11 million to the war saga’s bank. The
As a reminder Suddenly Susan is out and about this week! For one of the lowest box office weekends, a lot opened! The Dark Tower was number one, making around 19.5 million dollars. However, it was on the low end of expectations. Continuing to perform well is