With GI Joe: Retalliation out of the way, Ted managed to sweep in and have the highest opening weekend ever for an R rated comedy and the weekend as a whole was the best overall for June.
Four movies battling it out at the box office this weekend with foul mouthed teddy bears, male strippers and Madea all vying for your attention.
21 Jump Street easily arrested the competition at the box office this weekend while the question of whether John Carter will go down as a bomb was pretty much answered.
The only big movie coming out this weekend is the remake of 21 Jump Street, which is getting surprisingly good reviews.
Boosted by Valentine’s Day, The Vow took the top spot at the box office this weekend but the other new releases had solid openings as well.
Star Wars starts it’s yearly return to theaters in 3D this weekend along with three other new movies.
Steven Soderbergh enters the action genre with Haywire, starring former American Gladiator and MMA fighter Gina Carano. As you might expect when you have an MMA fighter for your star, the fights are great, but what about the rest of the movie?
The Rock takes control of the GI Joes as they set out on a mission of revenge after Cobra wipes out almost the entire team. Bruce Willis co-stars. *A new full trailer just came out with a ton of new footage*
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill go undercover as high school students to flush out drug dealers in the upcoming action/comedy remake of the 80’s “classic”, 21 Jump Street.
American Gladiator/MMA fighter Gina Carano stars in her first movie, which just happens to be Steven Soderbergh’s first straight up action movie “Haywire”.