Weekend Box Office Estimates:
Captain Marvel – $153,000,000 2) How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World – $14,696,000 3) Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral – $12,050,000 4) The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part – $3,825,000 5) Alita: Battle Angel – $3,200,000
Reviews/Scores of Movies Released This Week:
Captain Marvel – 80% (351 Reviews) Triple Frontier – 71% (41 Reviews) I’m Not Here – 42% (12 Reviews) The Kid – 38% (29 Reviews)
This week we said goodbye to actor Luke Perry. The former
90210 and current Riverdale star passed away this week from a stroke at age 52. For more, check out our post here.
Hamish Hastie | The Sydney Morning Herald
The last remaining Blockbuster Video in Australia is closing shop, leaving only one left in the world. The Oregon location has no plans of shutting down anytime soon, but then again, neither did the other 8,999 stores.
Idris Elba is in talks to replace Will Smith as Deadshot in the upcoming sequel to Suicide Squad. The sequel brings on Guardians of the Galaxy writer/director James Gunn to showcase a new batch of misfit criminals looking to do some good.
With Disney’s new streaming service just around the corner, good and bad news has been flowing left and right. This week we were given an update on the elusive “Disney Vault”, which is just their fun term for not selling all their movies at the same time.
Rumors are saying that every single Disney film will be on their new streaming service, Disney+. However, the rumors also say that the Disney Vault will be closed for good, and any classic films you don’t already own might not be sold again.
Coming Out This Week: March 15 – Captive State March 15 – The Highwaymen March 15 – Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase March 15 – Wonder Park March 15 – The Hummingbird Project
I’ll be honest, there’s a lot of movies that say they’re coming out this week I’ve never heard of until looking this up. I’m gonna take my chances with
The Highwaymen, because I already pay for Netflix.
Brightburn sees the story of Superman as if he was a sadistic and creepy super villain.
Taking huge inspiration and parallels from
Man of Steel, this looks like a hell of a ride.
More superhero movies? I’m in. I’ve been a huge fan of Zachary Levi since his days on
Chuck and I can’t wait to see a lighthearted and goofy blockbuster.
Let’s be clear, I don’t think it’ll be that good, but I think it’s going to be a great way to spend 100 minutes.
The minds behind
Hereditary bring us a new movie that also looks super creepy. It seems they found their calling card.
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