Blade Runner 2049 took the top spot at the box office but it under-performed against even modest predictions for how it would fare and the other new releases did not set the world on fire either.
Many critics are calling Blade Runner 2049 better than the original and it’s out this weekend along with Kate Winslet and Idris Elba trying to survive the wilderness, My Little Pony and a true story about England’s Queen Victoria.
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are strangers who book a charter flight together when their flights home are cancelled but they crash land in a remote area of the Rocky Mountains and have to rely on each other to survive.
Chwitel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Anthony Mackie, Woody Harrelson and Casey Affleck are just a few of the cast members of the upcoming heist movie Triple 9, which hits in February.
Michael Fassbender stars as Apple founder Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic set during three key Apple keynote events with Danny Boyle directing and Aaron Sorkin writing.
Michael Fassbender takes on the role of the iconic Apple founder in the second biopic about Steve Jobs, this one directed by Danny Boyle, working off a script by Aaron Sorkin.
January closes out with an apparently unfunny comedy and a melodramatic drama.
The Hunger Games has spawned many imitators but the one that seems to have caught on the most is Divergent, about a future where people are divided into five factions based on their personality. The movie version stars Shailene Woodley and is out next year.
Jason Reitman’s latest movie is departure from his usual dramedies with a mix of romance and thriller in Labor Day, where escaped convict Josh Brolin takes a single mother (Kate Winslet) and her son hostage in their home over Labor Day weekend.
At first glance looking like the latest from the ______ Movie crap factory, you realize Movie 43 is something different when the likes of Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet and Halle Berry start showing up. It’s actually a comedy anthology movie, coming out next year.