Award contenders Just Mercy and 1917 expand wide this weekend against new releases Like a Boss and Underwater.
A trio of women decide to go against the Irish mob in the late 70s and take over, and expand, on the rackets their husbands ran before being arrested in The Kitchen, which is based on a Vertigo comic of the same name.
Seems like almost something for everyone this weekend at the box office with a new Liam Neeson action movie, the highly anticipated sequel to The Lego Movie, horror movie The Prodigy and the Taraji P. Henson starring remake of What Women Want, What Men Want.
When everyone but him is abducted by mysterious Lego alien invaders, Emmett heads into space to rescue them, meeting fellow Chris Pratt voiced character Rex Dangervest, in next year’s The Lego Movie 2: The Second Piece.
November kicks off with a biopic about Freddie Mercury and Queen, the latest from Tyler Perry and Disney’s take on The Nutcracker.
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish topped the box office with their comedy Night School while Smallfoot and Hell Fest performed to expectations and The Nun became the highest grossing movie worldwide for The Conjuring franchise.
September 2018 closes out with amusement park horror in Hell Fest, Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish in Night School and Channing Tatum voicing a Yeti in Smallfoot.
June closes out with two polar opposite new releases: the gritty thriller sequel to Sicario and the wacky “NBA Stars as old men” comedy Uncle Drew.
The whole gang is back for The Lego Movie 2, as Emmett is forced to build a ship and head into space when a mysterious alien warrior kidnaps Wyldstyle and the rest of the Master Builders.