The Dark Tower took the top spot at the box office but it was a fairly low opening during the slowest weekend of the entire summer.
With a music video directed by Torque director Joseph Kahn, Enrique Iglesias’ massive hit Hero finds Iglesias and his love interest Jennifer Love Hewitt being tracked by a criminal played by none other than Mickey Rourke, who seemingly wants back a bag of cash the love birds stole from him.
A trashy Halle Berry action movie, an apparently disastrous adaptation of Stephen King’s epic and a critically acclaimed historical drama are all out this weekend.
Dominic Cooper is a special ops operative working for the UK’s SBS who has to track down a terrorist looking to attack London in the upcoming action thriller Stratton, based on a series of thriller novels by Duncan Falconer.
Bruce Willis takes up the vigilante role made famous by Charles Bronson for Eli Roth’s reboot of Death Wish that seems to be completely missing the point of, at least the first, Death Wish.
David Fincher gets back into the crime genre for Netflix with the new show Mindhunter, which is set in 1979 and follows two FBI agents who are on the forefront of using profiling and interviews with captured killers to catch serial killers still at large.
Toho’s return to Godzilla, Shin Godzilla, is out this week along with some recent HBO hits, Colossal, Sleight, Going in Style and more.
Coming off John Wick, David Leitch directs the Cold War thriller Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron kicking ass and looking stylish but, unfortunately, the movie is not exactly what was advertised.
Dunkirk managed to hold off The Emoji Movie for another week on top of the charts while Atomic Blonde fell right between the two John Wick openings for its debut.
One of the singles from the certified gold Spawn soundtrack, and the only one with a music video with some connection to the movie, The Crystal Method and Filter teamed up for “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do”.