Given the reviews of “Halloween,” and obviously the timing, the 11th film in the franchise will not only have the best opening of the series but the best hold.
Let’s hope William Shatner is getting royalties for the Halloween franchise, because his face is splattered everywhere right now.
The only thing permanent tonight is change.
The scary thing about opening a potential blockbuster in October, is that it really is the cruelest month in terms of the possibility of debuting with $100M+.
Casting Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart together for Universal’s PG-13 comedy was a no-brainer, as their collaboration, “Night School,” is expected to make the grade.
You wanna hear a phrase that sends shivers down the spine of Hollywood execs everywhere: YA adaptations.
“The Predator” will likely burn bright and then flame out fast and furiously, which isn’t the best of news for Fox.
Labor Day weekend is often the forgotten stepchild of extended holiday weekends in Hollywood.
Kudos to distributor STX, which is one letter away from SEX and STD. Of course “Happytime Murders” would hatch from their nest.
Director Jon M. Chu… is looking like he’s finally arrived as [Rotten Tomatoes] currently lists “Crazy Rich Asians” at 94% fresh.