Kong: Skull Island took the top spot away from Logan but couldn’t reach the heights of Godzilla’s 2014 opening while Logan is on the way to becoming the current highest grossing film of 2017.
Hugh Jackman’s final turn as Wolverine easily took the top spot at the box office and was the best opening for the solo Wolverine movies and fifth best opening overall for the X-Men franchise.
La La Land didn’t dominate quite as thoroughly as predicted going into the Oscars but it still took home 6 awards but Moonlight won Best Picture after perhaps the greatest mistake in the show’s history wrongfully had Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway declaring La La Land the winner first thanks to the wrong card in the envelope.
Kung Fu Panda 3 dominated the last weekend of January with the highest animated opening of all time for the month and the second highest opening overall while most of the other new release had mediocre to terrible openings.
You can pick up the Best Picture winner from this past Sunday’s Oscars, 12 Years a Slave along with a bunch of older movies coming to Blu Ray.
The 85th annual Academy Award nominees are out and, for the first time in a while, most of the front runners we’ve A) seen and B) are awesome, so it should be a good show this year.
The 2013 Oscar Nominations are out and Lincoln and Life of Pi are the front runners.
This year’s best picture, The Artist, is out this week along with our Pick of the Week, pretty much everything Christopher Nolan has put out in one convenient box set.
The Academy of Motion Pictures announced yesterday they would be doubling the amount of best picture nominees.