The final seasons of two of the greatest TV shows of all time are out this week along with a bunch of John Wayne classics, some of the bigger movies from earlier this year and much more.
Despite harsh reviews, Chappie took the top spot over the weekend, although it’s the lowest opening for Neill Blomkamp, and the weekend overall was easily one of the slowest of the year.
Fifty Shades of Grey suffered a massive loss from it’s huge Valentine’s Day opening but still managed to stay on top while the trio of new releases had fairly mediocre debuts.
Fifty Shades of Grey handily won the Valentine’s Day box office, breaking almost every February, holiday and R rated record.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Spider-Man coming home to Marvel, the surprisingly awesome looking Poltergeist remake, the insanity of Jupiter Ascending, Keanu’s gun jitsu in John Wick, the cancellation of Black Dynamite, Halloween mythology and much more.
Delayed for months, the latest from The Wachowskis is finally here with the visually amazing, completely baffling plot wise, Jupiter Ascending.
Spongebob finally unseated the massively popular American Sniper while the other two new releases bombed and will probably lose millions for their respective studios.
Lots of fantasy action this week with Jupiter Ascending, Seventh Son and a superpowered Spongebob, but only the latter is fresh.
Potentially one of the biggest movies of the year arrives in February with Fifty Shades of Grey but more in our wheelhouse are movies like Kingsman, Seventh Son and Jupiter Ascending.
Delayed from this Summer, The Wachowskis’ insane looking Jupiter Ascending is now coming in February of next year and finds Channing Tatum having to protect Mila Kunis, who is secretly a member of a galactic royal family that controls Earth and much of the universe.