The delay to redesign Sonic seems to have paid off as the Sonic the Hedgehog movie took the top spot at the box office over the weekend and claims the highest opening ever for a video game movie.
Netflix gave nerds everywhere a bunch of Valentine’s Day presents, include the first tease of Stranger Things Season 4, the trailer for Castlevania Season 3 and the reveal of the ridiculous voice cast assembled for Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
Take a special someone to Sonic the Hedgehog, Fantasy Island or two other new movies in theaters over this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Alita: Battle Angel topped the box office for the holiday weekend and exceeded expectations but overall this past weekend was the worst President’s Day weekend of the last 15 years.
The ladies take over the box office this weekend as Jessica Rothe is back for Happy Death Day 2U, Rosa Salazar stars as Alita in Alita: Battle Angel and Rebel Wilson is trapped in a romantic comedy in Isn’t It Romantic.
Far surpassing the 1981 film it was the theme song for, “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross was a gigantic smash hit, becoming the second biggest song of the year and earning Oscar, Golden Globe and multiple Grammy award nominations.
Tree Gelbman is trapped again in a time loop with another killer in a baby mask stalking her but now her friends are targets as well in next year’s horror sequel, Happy Death Day 2U.
Directed by none other than Michael Bay, “I Love You” was the unsuccessful follow up to the juggernaut of Ice, Ice Baby, where Vanilla Ice completely shifted gears and tried to do a sincere, romantic slow jam with the terrible results you might expect.
The best weekend of the year for movies so far had The Lego Batman Movie on top while John Wick Chapter 2 managed to double the opening of it’s predecessor and Rings took a massive nosedive in it’s second weekend and Fifty Shades Darker made about half as much as it’s predecessor.
Every major holiday is fair game for the upcoming horror anthology featuring segments by Kevin Smith, Gary Shore, Scott Stewart, Nick McCarthy and more.