Jumanji was knocked down to second by the final chapter in the Maze Runner series but it continues to do huge business and is now Sony’s third highest grossing film ever, outgrossing fellow 2017 movie Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Based on the first in a series of action/adventure books by the late Vince Flynn, Dylan O’Brien plays CIA agent Mitch Rapp, who joins forces with the deputy director and a cold war vet, played by Michael Keaton, to stop a series of seemingly random terrorist attacks around the globe.
The first of the big fall dramas is here this weekend with Black Mass while the Maze Runner saga continues with The Scorch Trials.
It’s time again for the only awards that matter, the 9th Annual Kick Ass Awards. Who will be crowned Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the year? Read on to find out.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the latest, terrible sounding, NBC drama, the awesome first look at Daredevil, Michael Jai White fighting the Yakuza, Abe Lincoln vs Zombies, the Indominus Rex and much more.
Get a double dose of Jason Bateman this week with Arrested Development Season 4 and This is Where I Leave You, TV like The Americans Season 2, our Pick of the Week, Cowboy Bebop The Complete Series and more this week on DVD and Blu Ray.
The combined excellent openings of both Gone Girl and Annabelle led to the best ever October weekend box office.
With Denzel firmly in bad ass mode, The Equalizer easily took the box office this past weekend with one of the highest ever September openings and a top 3 opening for Denzel and director Antoine Fuqua.
The three new releases took the top 3 spots, although The Maze Runner did significantly better at number one and kicked off a new YA adventure franchise.
After a couple of incredibly slow weeks, things pick up this weekend with the latest Liam Neeson thriller, a star studded comedy and the latest YA book series making the jump to the big screen.