Benedict Cumberbatch voices Dr. Seuss’ classic Christmas hating character in a new take on How the Grinch Stole Christmas from the house that Minions built, Illumination.
The latest from Edgar Wright is here with Baby Driver along with the third Despicable Me and R rated comedy The House.
Gru and his wife Lucy are up against a new nemesis for the Anti-Villain League, the 80’s obsessed Balthazar Bratt, voiced by South Park’s Trey Parker, in Despicable Me 3.
The entirety of Marvel Phase 2 is available this week along with Minions, Ant-Man solo, more cult classics and more.
Mission Impossible keeps getting stronger as Rogue Nation was the second best opening for the series while it’s comedic competition was a distant second.
Ant-Man stayed on the top of the box office as all the new releases had mediocre to terrible debuts, including an incredibly underperforming Pixels.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues it’s reign at the box office, although Ant-Man was on the lower end of the franchise despite taking number one.
Minions easily dominated the box office with the 2nd highest animated opening of all time, forcing Inside Out to fall from first to third.
Three new movies arrive in theaters but none impressed critics, with Minions getting the best response but still split critics down the middle.
Summer 2015 rolls on with the new Terminator, Mission Impossible, the end of Marvel Phase 2 with Ant-Man, the return of the Griswolds and much more.