The Boss Baby held onto the top spot at the box office for another weekend while Smurfs and Going in Style did about as expected and Beauty and the Beast gets closer to over $1 billion worldwide.
The flip side to his constantly in over his head alter ego Roman Pierce, Tyrese has been delivering silky smooth R&B since 1998, even collaborating with the similarly styled Ginuwine and Tank for R&B supergroup TGT.
Thor loses Mjolnir and has to journey into space to find some way to stop Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying Asgard but he gets waylaid and ends up in a gladiator arena against his old buddy…the Incredible Hulk, in November’s Thor: Ragnorak.
April gets off to a fairly bland start with Going in Style, The Smurfs: The Lost Village and The Case for Christ, none of which have gotten very good reviews.
Rogue One arrives on Blu-Ray this week along with a demon hunting Dolph Lundgren in Don’t Kill It, a belated Office Christmas Party, a creepy James Franco in The Institute and more.
After the first season was basically a prequel, the upcoming season of Preacher seems like it’s going to get into the actual plot of the comics, as Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy hit the road to find God and get some answers.
Controversial Ghost in the Shell flopped this weekend while Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby emerged as the new box office champ, unseating Beauty and the Beast.
A huge fan of the band’s album Points on a Curve, director Wiliam Friedkin hired Wang Chung to compose every song on the soundtrack for his Secret Service action thriller, To Live and Die in LA in 1985.
A powerful ancient evil, Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella), is unleashed onto the modern day when her tomb/prison is uncovered by a team led by soldier Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and archaeologist Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis) in this summer’s new take on The Mummy.
The origins of demonic doll Annabelle will be revealed in the latest movie in The Conjuring universe, Annabelle: Creation, hitting in August this summer.