IT: Chapter Two managed to hold off a stronger than predicted Hustlers to remain on top of the box office for a second weekend while The Goldfinch crashed and burned with one of the worst openings of all time.
Although it couldn’t match the first movie’s opening, IT: Chapter Two was still massive with the seventh biggest opening of 2019 and the second largest horror opening of all time.
In the second-worst performing box office weekend of the year, Angel Has Fallen remained on top for the second week in a row while the weekend’s only new release, Don’t Let Go, opened well outside the top 10.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss all the news coming out of D23 last weekend, including new Marvel Disney+ shows, The Mandalorian trailer and more, the recent Mortal Kombat reboot casting, the final trailer for Joker, Angel Has Fallen and more.
After a devastating drone attack almost kills the President, Secret Service agent Mike Banning is wrongfully accused of orchestrating things and has to go on the run to clear his name in the third entry in the Fallen series, Angel Has Fallen.
Gerard Butler’s *Blank* Has Fallen franchise got it’s first #1 opening with the third entry, Angel Has Fallen, while Hobbs & Shaw exploded into China with the biggest August opening ever there.
After the onslaught of the last two weekends, there are only three new releases this weekend in theaters, including the third entry in Gerard Butler’s *Blank* Has Fallen series, Angel Has Fallen, and the highly-rated horror-comedy Ready or Not.
Everyone seems to be trying to cram their movie into the end of summer 2019 as most weekends this month have 4 to 5 movies opening, including Hobbs & Shaw, Angel Has Fallen, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Dora and The Lost City of Gold, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, Ready or Not and more.
Accused of perpetrating a deadly drone attack against President Morgan Freeman, Gerard Butler’s Mike Banning has to go on the run as a fugitive to try and clear his name in the upcoming Angel Has Fallen.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris dive into the new Fall TV offerings from the big broadcast networks, Robert Pattinson in talks to play Batman, the horrors of space travel in First Man, Gerard Butler back in Angel Has Fallen, the season premiere of Agents of SHIELD and more.