Three indie flicks are set to debut this weekend: Neon’s “Vox Lux,” Focus Features’ “Mary Queen of Scots” and Roadside Attractions’ “Ben is Back.”
As is usually the case after a week full of frenzied food intake, leftovers are the order of the day.
Hollywood knows what you’re thankful for: sequels and reboots.
The sequel to “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “The Crimes of Grindelwald,” arrives courtesy of J.K. Rowling and her enchanted pen.
In this day and age of reboots, remakes and reimaginings it’s getting very difficult to differentiate what’s what from what was what and when it was where. Confused? Me too.
First Man is crashing and burning at the box office, and it likely won’t have legs, as audiences has spoken…
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+.