When the wealthy patriarch of an eccentric family dies during his birthday party, Southern fried detective Benoit Blanc arrives to determine if there was foul play and, if so, who is responsible in Rian Johnson’s murder mystery Knives Out.
Ralph Breaks the Internet took in the second biggest Thanksgiving holiday take ever while the entire weekend was the highest-grossing Thanksgiving holiday 5 day weekend ever, with the top 12 movies making over $206 million combined.
Creed II, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Robin Hood and Green Book are the big releases for this Thanksgiving holiday weekend and all but Robin Hood have received great reviews from critics.
We’ve got a Teen Wolf T-shirt, gruesome candies, dinner table decorations and more to give away from our friends at Comet TV and they are also celebrating Thanksgiving with a crazy cult classic marathon and Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too. Click through for details on how to enter to win.
Arnold, Gerald, Helga and the rest of the gang are back for Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie, airing Thanksgiving weekend on Nickelodeon and answering the burning questions still left unresolved from the original series and 2002’s Hey Arnold movie, most importantly, what happened to Arnold’s parents?
As the holiday season begins, there’s some huge blockbusters like Thor: Ragnorak and Justice League along with Christmas comedies like A Bad Moms Christmas and Daddy’s Home 2, the latest from Pixar and more.
A bunch of movies for your holiday weekend, including another likely smash for Disney, the return of Warren Beatty and Bad Santa and the latest from Robert Zemeckis.
Adventurous teen Moana sets out on an adventure to save her people and gets some help on her journey across the ocean from demigod Maui, voiced by none other than The Rock, in the next movie from Walt Disney Animation Studio.
Creed and The Good Dinosaur both seem like solid picks for this holiday weekend according to the critics while Victor Frankenstein seems extremely skippable.
Rocky comes full circle and become the Mick to Michael B. Jordan’s Adonis Johnson Creed in this Thanksgiving’s entry in the Rocky series.