March kicks off with two brutal movies as Jennifer Lawrence is forced to become a Russian spy in Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis gets revenge for his family in the remake of Death Wish.
Ralph and Vanellope are transported to the endless frontier of the Internet when the arcade gets it’s first wi-fi router in the upcoming sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2
Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon co-star in a new adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic Fahrenheit 451 for HBO, where Michael B. Jordan is a rookie “fireman” who burns books with his team as all books have been made illegal by the government.
Black Panther continues it’s domination of the box office with the second best second weekend of all time and moves further up the MCU and all time box office charts.
Along with being wildly out of place in the Murder on the Orient Express trailers last year, Imagine Dragons’ Believer also featured the one and only Dolph Lundgren in the music video for the song, where he boxes lead singer Dan Reynolds.
February closes out with a fresh sci-fi movie and a dark comedy and a not so fresh teen romantic drama.
After being freed from prison in World War II by his yakuza cellmate, an American soldier joins the criminal organization in repayment in the upcoming Netflix crime drama The Outsider, starring Jared Leto.
The 90’s classic Reboot lives up to it’s title with a new series coming to Netflix in March, where four high schoolers are sucked into the virtual world and become the Guardians, defending both cyberspace and the real world from an evil hacker bent on destruction.
The Robinson family returns in Netflix’s upcoming reboot of Lost in Space with Toby Stephens and Molly Parker leading an expedition to a new potential home for humanity but their ship is knocked light years off course.
As expected, Black Panther dominated the box office but it blew away even the most optimistic predictions with the 2nd best opening ever for the MCU and the fifth highest opening of all time.