It wasn’t a good weekend for any new releases at the box office, let alone our predictions about which film would come out on top.
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It’s going to be an interesting weekend at the box office, as three new films are facing off for the top spot. Will it be Happy Death Day 2U, Alita: Battle Angel, or Isn’t It Romantic as the new number, or will The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part hold on for a second weekend?
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While I may have easily predicted the number one film at the box office, I was extremely off when it came to how much The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part would actually bring in this weekend.
The Wife, starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce, is one of the more moving films I’ve seen in quite some time.
It’s the busiest weekend we’ve had for a while at movie theatres, with something for everyone to choose from. Alas, only one film can be number one, though.
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A new 30 second spot for Avengers: Endgame just debuted as part of the Super Bowl festivities, and it gives you a sense of where our heroes are at post-finger snap.
It was a very slow weekend at the box office, one that managed to keep M Night Shyamalan’s latest at the top spot for the third weekend in a row.
The fine folks at Nintendo recently ported over the Wii game Super Mario U Deluxe to their Switch console, and there’s at least one happy gamer living in our house.
With the Super Bowl happening on Sunday, it’s going to be another quiet weekend at the box office, as there are only two new releases that are hitting theatres, and it’s unlikely that either will make any sort of impact.
It was relatively stable weekend at the box office, as last week’s number one held on to the top spot, while new releases made virtually no impact whatsoever.