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Supposedly this third film ends the series, but I’m not betting on that anymore. How to Train Your Dragon 3 took the top spot this weekend with $30.04M. That brings it to $97.69M domestic and $375.39M global. Tell me again how it’s the end of the series. Second place went to Tyler Perry’s A Madea… read more

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Splash will be 35-years-old next Saturday. If you want to purchase it right now on digital, it will set you back $17.99. Over at The Nerdy I’m working on a series this year called 1984 Movie Reviews. I’m reviewing films on the anniversary of when they were released in 1984. I’ve got two sets in… read more


I want to like the new Hellboy, I really do. I’ve gotten over the fact they’re rebooting it, and I can live with that. But I still want to see a good take on this character. What I see in this trailer is about as generic a story as you can get. Here’s the Hellboy… read more


When you see any movie you think this could be it. That it will be the only one and that a sequel isn’t a given. At the end of the day, every movie is technically a waste of time because it is just meant for entertainment. But it is a totally different feeling when you… read more

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Welcome to the third part of an analysis of every major film release of 2019. Following up on last year’s project, I’m back with a look at the films of 2019, but with some more changes. Gone is the quarterly analysis, it will now be down to monthly reports. They will be published the last… read more

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The Greatest Showman may not be the best movie ever, but it was certainly entertaining. And now it looks as though Greatest Showman 2 is on the way. Director Michael Gracey recently spoke with The Sun and said, “When a movie becomes as big a success as this, it’s only natural there is demand for a sequel.… read more

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Sometimes the third time is the charm. How to Train Your Dragon 3 took the top spot this weekend with a very healthy $55.52M. With its foreign numbers it already sits at $274.92M off of a $129M budget. Wonder if anyone is regretting saying this is the final film yet. Second place went to Alita:… read more

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With the Disney acquisition of Fox closing in, the latter has set of its final film release dates. The upcoming Kingsman prequel has moved from November of this year to February 14, 2020. Meanwhile, Ford v. Ferrari – featuring Christian Bale and Matt Damon – has moved from June 28, 2019 to Nov. 15, 2019, taking… read more

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Netflix looks set to produce a biographical film of Hulk Hogan. The bigger news, however, is probably who will play the Hulkster. Chris Hemsworth is set to play Hulk Hogan in a film from director Todd Phillips (the upcoming Joker movie) and writer Scott Silver. The film will cover the rise and impact of Hulkamania,… read more

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It was the quietest Presidents Day Weekend in 15 years, but someone had to win. First place went to Alita: Battle Angel with just $27.8M. Domestically it sits at $36.51M, and globally at $130.88M off of a $170M budget. LEGO Movie 2 took the second spot this weekend with $21.21M. It now sits at $62.69M… read more

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February 15 2019

Bond 25 delayed again

It seems the saga of the 25th Bond film stretches on a bit further. It was announced on Friday that the film has been pushed back two months to April 8, 2020. No reason was given for the delay. The release date for Bond 25 has changed. Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli: “We… read more


It may have won the weekend, but it seems the shine is off of LEGO a bit. LEGO Movie 2 took the top spot this weekend with $34.4M. While not a bad haul, it’s about half of what The LEGO Movie took in its opening weekend five years ago. Second place went to What Men… read more

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