This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the many changes coming to the Disney parks, pay tribute to George Romero and Martin Landau, the insanity behind the scenes on The Room, special features on Fate of the Furious, the new batch of USA original shows and much more.
Split dominated the box office with the fourth best opening for both M. Night Shymalan and January in general while Rogue One crossed over the $1 billion mark worldwide.
Hidden Figures took the top spot at the box office away from Rogue One for this past holiday weekend while La La Land is boosted by it’s award season accolades and the rest of the new and expanding releases didn’t really fare that well.
Rogue One held off strong competition from the wide release of Hidden Figures over the weekend while Underworld: Blood Wars was the lowest ever opening for the series.
The final weekend of 2016 and the start of 2017 found Rogue One at the top of the box office for the third week in a row, cementing Disney’s domination of 2016 with over $11 billion total box office worldwide from all their films.
Rogue One held onto the top spot at the box office during Christmas weekend while Sing did the best of the weekend’s new releases.
Five new movies are out for your Christmas weekend viewing with Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, Sing, Fences and Why Him?
The year closes out with the first stand alone Star Wars movie, Rogue One, the superstar team up of Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, a jam packed Christmas comedy, the potential first good video game movie and more.