Venom and A Star is Born held off all comers and remained in first and second place with strong second weekend performances.
After a lackluster live-action debut in Spider-Man 3, Venom takes center stage with a 100% committed and bonkers Tom Hardy playing both Venom and his reluctant host, disgraced reporter Eddie Brock.
Venom, despite poor reviews from critics, had a massive opening over the weekend, shattering the record for best October opening while the new A Star is Born also performed well beyond expectations in second place.
October kicks off with polar opposites as the apparently terrible and insane film debut of Venom takes on the remake of musical drama A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
Reporter Eddie Brock becomes fused with an alien symbiote while investigating the shady and dangerous Life Foundation and strikes a deal with his new alien passenger to become the anti-hero Venom.
Tom Hardy stars as Eddie Brock in the upcoming solo movie starring everyone’s favorite Lethal Protector, Venom, although this first teaser doesn’t give us any sort of look of what Venom will actually look like.
Tom Hardy grunts his way onto DVD and Blu-Ray this week with the release of the first season of Taboo along with new action movies from Scott Adkins, Ethan Hawke and Dominic Cooper, the latest DC animated movie Gotham by Gaslight and more.
Tons of news this week including tons of news from both the DC and Marvel movies universes, Michael Bay producing a Dora the Explorer movie, Channel Zero reveals the premise of the third season, Freddy joins Dead by Daylight and much more.
Christopher Nolan puts his trademark precision and visual style to the true life events of Dunkirk in 1940, when Allied forces were in retreat and awaiting evacuation to the UK with the Axis forces tightening the noose every day.
Two new movies from visionary directors Christopher Nolan and Luc Besson this weekend along with a positively received new R rated comedy.