With the Super Bowl and only one new wide release this weekend, it was the worst performing weekend since September 2017, with Glass remaining on top for the third week in a row.
An official collaboration with Nintendo, producer Simon Harris’ house/dance project Ambassadors of Funk celebrated Mario’s first foray on the Game Boy, Super Mario Land, with a rap/dance song of the same name.
A bunch of TV out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray, including Ballers Season 4, Doctor Who Season 11 and Kidding Season 1 plus the new Suspiria, DC Animated’s Reign of the Supermen and more.
One of her first big singles, “Your Love” from Nicki Minaj arrived in 2010 and the music video for it was inspired by martial arts and Asian culture, with Black Dynamite himself, Michael Jai White, appearing as Nicki’s samurai master.
A strange mix for the final weekend of January with a well-received kid’s fantasy movie and showbiz biopic alongside a critically panned, and apparently insane, Matthew McConaughey noir thriller.
This weekend finds the world of King Arthur coming to the modern day in The Kid Who Would Be King but back in 1992, a 90s football team was sucked back in time by Merlin to take over for the captured Knights of the Round Table in King Arthur and the Knights of Justice.
JCVD is a soldier who returns back to the States and moves into a Washington DC neighborhood run by MS-13. His path crosses with two boys who are looking to escape the gang life and JCVD may be the only who can take on the gang and get them out in We Die Young.
A bunch of cult classics get special editions this week including Cobra, Waterworld, 10 to Midnight and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Although it didn’t quite meet the studio’s predictions, Glass took the top spot at the box office with M. Night’s third-best opening of all time and, surprisingly, the best ever opening for Bruce Willis.
Considered by many to be the greatest collaboration of the legendary Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Swing Time features a number of songs that became jazz standards, including the Academy Award-winning “The Way You Look Tonight”.