Coco remained at the top of the charts for a third weekend in a row while The Disaster Artist expanded wide and surged up into the top 5.
The Disaster Artist expands wide up against a new comedy featuring the team up of Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones, Just Getting Started.
April gets off to a fairly bland start with Going in Style, The Smurfs: The Lost Village and The Case for Christ, none of which have gotten very good reviews.
A remake of the revered 1959 epic classic, Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov attempts to update the story of Judah Ben-Hur and his quest for vengeance against his adopted brother, Messala.
Kubo and the Two Strings seems like the obvious choice this weekend as the other two releases are rotten according to the critics.
The Charlton Heston classic gets remade by Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov, with Boardwalk Empire’s Jack Huston stepping into Heston’s sandals as Judah Ben-Hur.
Get ready for more magical heists as the magician crew from Now You See Me is back in next summer’s Now You See Me 2
Visiting London for the Prime Minister’s funeral, the city is attacked by terrorists and President Benjamin Asher and his main Secret Service agent Mike Banning have to fight their way out in the upcoming London Has Fallen.
After a devastating war with an alien race, Jack Harper and his partner Vika are part of the effort to gather energy and fight the remaining aliens while the rest of humanity gets ready to migrate to Titan.
Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is back and has to protect the President (Aaron Eckhart) when a visit to London goes horribly wrong in London Has Fallen.