Daily Archives: September 3, 2017
The final weekend of the summer was anticlimactic, with no new releases and low turnout. Here’s what went down:
The Hitman’s Bodyguard remained in first place for the third weekend in a row, bringing in an estimated $9.4 million. Annabelle: Creation was in second place with $6.9 million. Wind River moved into the top three with $5.7 million, while Leap! was in fourth place with $4.7 million. Logan Lucky closed things out in fifth place with $4.1 million.
So, to recap, here were our predictions:
1) The Hitman’s Bodyguard – $8 million
2) Wind Rider – $6 million
3) Annabelle: Creation – $5.5 million
4) Dunkirk – $4.5 million
5) Logan Lucky – $4 million
And here’s how the weekend is estimated to turn out:
1) The Hitman’s Bodyguard – $9.4 million
2) Annabelle: Creation– $6.9 million
3) Wind River – $5.7 million
4) Leap! – $4.7 million
5) Logan Lucky – $4.1 million
Next week sees the release of Stephen King’s It. Be sure to come back Friday to see our predictions!
Day four of Fan Expo Canada 2017 starts with an early rise and shine, a cold shower, a healthy breakfast, and a cup (or two) of coffee. Grab your backpack – we’re heading out the door for our last, but still busy, day at the Metropolitan Convention Centre.
It’s a long weekend here in Toronto, and that means today you’ll see lots of kids saddling up next to their favourite cosplay superhero or Pikachu for a chance at a photograph. School starts next week, and you can be sure that tales of #FXC17 will echo through the locker-clad hallways.
There’s always one-more-thing to get, isn’t there? So, as you pick your brain for that last item of fancy, here are the things Biff Bam Pop! thinks you should be checking out between the Sunday hours of 10 AM to 5 PM…
The Crow returns, Leo could join the ranks of costumer criminals, and more, as we look at some of the biggest stories from the week in horror.
The Crow set for reboot
After years of talk and failed new beginnings, this week word came out that Sony had jumped aboard a rebooted version of The Crow. The talk is that director Corin Hardy and star Jason Momoa may still be attached to the film, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet. The original film was released in 1994, starring the late Brandon Lee, and made $50 million in North America. Read the rest of this entry