There are two new high profile movies hitting theatres this weekend – one a biofilm, the other a reboot of a female-fronted franchise.
For all the critical accolades directed its way, Doctor Sleep, Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 sequel to The Shining, had a disastrous opening weekend.
Can a sequel to a horror classic scare up an audience, or will a holiday rom-com make off with the top spot at the box office this weekend?
It was a total disaster at the box office this weekend for Terminator: Dark Fate. There’s just no way around it.
It’s supposed to be a big weekend at the box office, but all signs are pointing to it being less than expected, even with a new Terminator film entering the fray.
It was a bit of a surprise at the box office this weekend, as the expected number one had to settle for second place. Joke’s on that movie, I guess?
Arriving in Toronto in a limited release is Jojo Rabbit, the new Taika Waititi film which tells the story of a young boy in World War II whose imaginary friend is Adolf Hitler.
While it wasn’t a horrible weekend at the box office, it wasn’t a huge one for the duo of debuts that arrived.
It’s a big weekend at the box office, with two sequels looking to scare up some decent dollars. Only one can hit the top, though, and it should do it with a semi-magical debut.
‘Joker’ easily outdistanced the other contenders for the top of the box office this weekend, but the Korean film, ‘Parasite,’ did well in limited release.
Can two Will Smith’s compete against The Addams Family this weekend?
Regardless of our personal opinions good or bad, none of us can argue that this weekend Joker laughed all the way to the bank.