This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss the Emmy Nominations, British crime shows, The Strain, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Lady Thor, the bizarre difference in marketing between the US and Japanese Big Hero 6 trailers and much more.
The Lego Movie held off all the Valentine’s Day releases and the new Robocop to keep the top spot for the second week in the row.
Universal has a ton of new blu rays out for their 100th anniversay and our Pick of the Week is The Walking Dead Season Two.
The Avengers dropped 50% from the previous weekend, but when the previous weekend is the highest opening ever, that’s still a ton of money to make.
Every once in a while there’s a movie that surprises you when it takes the number one spot at the box office. This is not one of those weeks.
Think Like a Man repeated on a super slow weekend where the top 12 barely made more money than Fast Five alone on the same weekend last year.
The Hunger Game is finally defeated by the romantic comedy, Think Like a Man, but didn’t have that far of a fall.
You can celebrate Earth Day by checking out Chimpanzee in theaters this weekend and 2 dueling but differently toned, romantic movies.
April has become the warm up for the Summer blockbuster season and this April we have the first Jason Statham movie of the year, Guy Pearce infiltrating a space prison and the former highest grossing movie of all time returning to theaters in 3D.