After a few barren weeks at the box office, four new (well three new and one rejiggered) movies hit theaters including the highly anticipated Into the Spider-Verse, the latest from Clint Eastwood, a Peter Jackson backed YA adaptation and a PG-13 Deadpool for the whole family.
Jumanji was finally pushed out of the top spot by the three new releases of the weekend, with Fifty Shades Freed taking the top spot but with the lowest opening for the trilogy.
The first Godzilla: King of the Monsters cast member is revealed, more additions to Shane Black’s The Predator, a new X-Men show may be coming to Fox, RIP to a trio of legendary actors and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Sully held off the competition for another weekend at the box office, bringing in another $22 million and bringing it’s two week total to $70.5 million. It’s currently Clint Eastwood’s 8th best performing movie and is about $20 million ahead of where Captain Phillips was during the same time period and about $40 million ahead […]
Only Sully was really shown to critics before this weekend, which probably means the other three movies out this weekend are probably not the greatest.
Tom Hanks takes on the role of heroic pilot Captain Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood’s take on 2009’s incredible water landing in the Hudson River that saved the lives of 155 passengers.
Gambit updates, lots of casting news, Telltale’s next entry into The Walking Dead and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
American Sniper destroyed the weekend box office on it’s first weekend of wide release, setting a new January record and scoring the second highest R rated opening of all time.
American Sniper expands wide just in time for it’s many Oscar nominations while new movies include Blackhat, Paddington and The Wedding Ringer.
Bradley Cooper stars as Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood. Kyle was the “most lethal sniper in US history” with 160 confirmed kills and possibly up to 255 while he did four tours in Iraq.