Green Book emerged on top at the Oscars last night with three awards, including Best Picture, while Roma and Bohemian Rhapsody also took home multiple awards. The full list of winners is here.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk Hulk Hogan and potential other WWE biopics, Dune, Happy Death Day 2U, The Lego Movie 2, the end of the Bayformers, Punisher and Jessica Jones being canceled, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bad Times at the El Royale and more.
The first season of SyFy’s Nightflyers is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with a slew of movies inspired by actual events, like Bohemian Rhapsody and The Front Runner.
The Upside came out much stronger than anticipated at the box office, preventing Aquaman from getting a fourth weekend at #1 but the King of Atlantis has nothing to complain about as Aquaman is now the highest grossing film of the DCEU by far and has made more worldwide than The Dark Knight.
Ralph Breaks the Internet took in the second biggest Thanksgiving holiday take ever while the entire weekend was the highest-grossing Thanksgiving holiday 5 day weekend ever, with the top 12 movies making over $206 million combined.
The Crimes of Grindelwald took the top spot at the box office but it was the lowest opening ever for the Harry Potter franchise here in the US while other new releases Instant Family and Widows came in under expectations.
The Grinch returned to theaters after 18 years away and took the top spot at the box office with one of the highest ever animated film openings in November history while Venom had a massive Chinese opening that pushed it’s already huge gross even higher.
Bohemian Rhapsody took the top spot the box office with the second highest opening ever for a musical biopic while The Nutcracker and Nobody’s Fool came in on the low end of expectations.
November kicks off with a biopic about Freddie Mercury and Queen, the latest from Tyler Perry and Disney’s take on The Nutcracker.
As the holidays approach, there are some big sequels hitting theaters like Ralph Breaks the Internet, Creed 2, The Girl in the Spider’s Web and The Crimes of Grindelwald along with a new Robin Hood, heist movie Widows, World War II horror Overlord and more in November.