One of the best movies of the summer is out this week with Star Trek Beyond as well as the final episodes of Hell on Wheels, the comedy hit Bad Moms, the inexplicable Kevin Spacey starring Nine Lives and more.
Suicide Squad broke the record previously set by Guardians of the Galaxy for an August release but it may not have the same legs, as it suffered a pretty massive drop off in ticket sales from Friday to Saturday.
Matt Damon’s return to the Bourne franchise gave it it’s second highest opening of all time while Star Trek Beyond took a pretty big stumble and Bad Moms did OK compared to the other R rated comedies this year.
The third entry in the rebooted Star Trek series puts the Enterprise crew in their most perilous position yet as they are marooned on a mysterious planet following the destruction of the Enterprise.
Star Trek Beyond took the top spot at the box office but it was the lowest opening for the reboot series while Lights Out had a strong debut and Ice Age bombed domestically but is inexplicably doing gangbusters worldwide.
Star Trek Beyond and Lights Out are both apparently good bets this weekend depending if you want sci-fi action or horror while the latest Ice Age seems to prove the series should come to an end.
Summer is hitting it’s peak and July has movies like Star Trek Beyond and Jason Bourne and we’ll finally get the moment of truth about the new Ghostbusters.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about live action Disney remakes, the return of Halloween, the horror of Clowns, Fruit Ninja, The Nice Guys, The Forest and mor
The first full trailer for Star Trek Beyond offers up a much more standard, less Beastie Boys powered, look at what the Enterprise crew is up to on their third big screen adventure.
2015 was a pretty great year for movies and 2016 has the potential to be even bigger with the long awaited big screen debut of the Merc with a Mouth, two epic superhero battles, the first “Star Wars Story” with Rogue One and so much more.