With most people hunkering down at home due to the Covid-19 crisis, this past weekend was one of the worst in decades as the top 10 combined only made $50.4 million and #1 movie Onward suffered a massive 73% drop from last week’s opening.
The Invisible Man took the top spot at the box office, becoming the highest-grossing horror movie of 2020 in just three days of release while Sonic held strong in second place and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising became the latest successful theatrical anime release.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris wish Godzilla a happy 65th birthday and then talk Terminator: Dark Fate, new casting for The Batman, Into the Spider-Verse 2, the premiere of His Dark Materials and Nic Cage/Lovecraft and more.
When her abusive ex seemingly commits suicide, Cecilia Kass inherits his fortune but she suspects he may have faked his death and used his scientific knowledge to turn himself invisible to continue terrorizing her in next year’s reboot of The Invisible Man from Blumhouse.
Pablo Schreiber is the Master Chief for Showtime’s Halo series, John Cena may be joining The Suicide Squad, more details on the Castlevania Collection and the Genesis Mini console, Glenn Danzig has written and will direct a vampire spaghetti-western and more in this week’s News Shotgun.