With the Super Bowl and only one new wide release this weekend, it was the worst performing weekend since September 2017, with Glass remaining on top for the third week in a row.
Although it didn’t quite meet the studio’s predictions, Glass took the top spot at the box office with M. Night’s third-best opening of all time and, surprisingly, the best ever opening for Bruce Willis.
The first weekend of 2019 saw Aquaman remain on top for the third weekend in a row while the first new wide release of 2019, Escape Room, performed above expectations in second place.
Chris gives his picks for the Top 10 Best Movies of 2018
Zach gives his picks for the Top 10 Best Movies of 2018, a year dominated again by superheroes but also great sequels to long-running franchises and even a few original ideas.
The final Battle at the Box Office of 2018 sees Aquaman on top for the second weekend in a row and it’s already one of the highest grossing DC movies only two weeks into its release while the rest of the top 5 remained in the same positions as last weekend and most of them actually made more than last weekend.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the new Hellboy and Men in Black movies, some first look photos of Aladdin and John Wick 3, the mechanics of The Santa Clause universe, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the brutal western horror of Bone Tomahawk, the hilarious insanity of Wish Upon and much more.
Miles Morales arrives on the big screen with the stunning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which features a fantastic voice cast and jaw-dropping animation that puts you literally into the panels of a comic book in a love letter to all things Spidey.
Into the Spider-Verse took the top spot at the box office with the biggest December opening ever for an animated movie while Clint Eastwood had one of his best openings ever for The Mule and Mortal Engines could potentially be the biggest disaster of 2018.
After a few barren weeks at the box office, four new (well three new and one rejiggered) movies hit theaters including the highly anticipated Into the Spider-Verse, the latest from Clint Eastwood, a Peter Jackson backed YA adaptation and a PG-13 Deadpool for the whole family.