Low-cost horror is still the king it would seem. First place went to Happy Death Day with $26.5M off of a budget of $4.8M. Lower budget horror films just never seem to miss. Blade Runner 2049 came in second with $15.1M, a drop of 53.9 percent from its opening. It now stands at $60.57M domestically.… read more

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Fox is in the X-Men business in a big way right now, and two more films have wrapped filming. On the tails of the first trailer for The New Mutants, we now have news that two more X-Men films wrapped filming at the same time: Deadpool 2 and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Ryan Reynolds announced the… read more


Fox has set yet another release date for Gambit, but I wouldn’t count on it just yet. Gambit has been a passion project for acting Channing Tatum for years now, but there have been numerous issues with a rotating cast of directors and some script rewrites. Gore Verbinski has now signed on as director, and… read more


You know when I think of the classic X-Men sub-team The New Mutants, the first thing that pops into my head is ‘haunted house.’ Okay… something isn’t right here. When it was first announced that the New Mutants would be getting their own movie, I was excited as they were one of my favorite X-Men… read more


Movies Anywhere has been rumored for a while now, and now it’s a real thing and you should care. Up until now there have been tons of ways to buy digital copies, but for the most part, you locked them into one digital garden. If you bought a movie on Amazon you had to watch… read more

Does anyone remember when you used to just make a movie? No? Just me? Okay then. This past weekend at New York Comic-Con, Steven S. DeKnight talked to Nerdist about his upcoming Pacific Rim: Uprising, and… yeah. It’s another cinematic universe, folks. I’m certainly hoping so. I think you’ll definitely probably get more comics. The… read more

The final trailer for Star Wars The Last Jedi is here and… yeah. I think we just found our Empire Strikes Back of the series. There’s a ton to unpack in this trailer, and… I’m going to leave that up to you if you wish to do so. Watch and then meet me below. Yes,… read more


Welcome to the twelfth annual posting of this entry!  Long time readers can skip it, but as I keep adding more readers, it’ll keep getting posted! Ah, Columbus Day, the day we set aside each year to celebrate a lie. It always warms my heart. People tend to forget that Christopher Columbus wasn’t looking for… read more

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It may have won the weekend, but it came in way below estimates. Blade Runner 2049 won the weekend with $31.52M, but it came in well below pre-release estimates. Globally it sits at $81.72M off of a $150M budget. Second place went to The Mountain Between Us with $10.1M off of a $35M budget. It… read more

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The final Justice League trailer has arrived before the film debuts next month. Yeah… I still don’t care. I think a lot of my issues have to do with the red sky seen towards the end of the trailer. It looks like a CGI nightmare world that just rips me out of the film completely.… read more


It seems the sun plays a big role in Pacific Rim: Uprising… and I don’t like it. I enjoyed Pacific Rim. I didn’t love it, but it was a fun romp. Part of that came from Guillermo del Toro’s visual style, but it’s clear that Pacific Rim: Uprising is going a different route. To be… read more


That sound of annoyance you heard on Thursday was Alan Moore grinding his teeth. Alan Moore created the V for Vendetta comic series, but due to the contract he signed, so long as the book stays in print the rights won’t revert back to him. What happens while DC has the rights is out of… read more


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