Yes, here we are, with the worldwide gross after two installments at $952M. That means after “Fifty Shades Freed,” this will be a billion dollar enterprise.
What are you waiting for movie lover? Let’s light this candle!
Two new movies arrive guns blazing–WB’s Afghan war drama “12 Strong” and STX’s body bag blitzkrieg “Den of Thieves.”
There’s no need to be in a full upright position. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Six new wide releases are being delivered to audiences, although none will come close to knocking “The Last Jedi” off its box office perch.
Fox and Disney go head to head for the last time–that is, unless the sale is stopped by the Justice Department’s sith lords.
With “The Last Jedi” still a week away, theaters will again be flooded with an array of indie flicks, hoping to cash in on the lull of studio offerings.
Opening in exclusive release is a trio of talent: James Franco’s The Disaster Artist, Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel and Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water.
Expect strong numbers from Pixar’s “Coco” – which is already Mexico’s highest grossing film.
If “Justice League” doesn’t debut with $166M+ will it be considered a failure?