Things certainly weren’t quiet at the box office this weekend, as A Quiet Place returned to the top of the box office after a week’s respite. Meanwhile, Amy Schumer’s latest wasn’t a draw, while a cult classic proved profitable. Here’s what went down.
In our exclusive interview with Mike Portnoy, the Sons of Apollo co-founder and drummer talks about song craft, why frontman Jeff Scott Soto was the right choice for the band, and those Rush rumours floating around.
As the Fantastic Four prepare to make their return to the Marvel Universe, Marvel is proud to present a Fantastic Four teaser trailer celebrating new adventures of Reed, Sue, Ben, and Johnny!
Let’s not waste our words. The final trailer for Deadpool 2 gives us a team in X-Force, a villain in Cable, some LL COOL J and digs at DC and Thanos, and lots and lots of action. It looks…freakin’ awesome!
800 issues? The end of the Dan Slot era of the Amazing Spider-Man? It’s all coming down next month with The Amazing Spider-Man #800.
When we think of Las Vegas, what quickly comes to mind is the gambling, bright lights, and crime. Brian Rouff’s book, The House Always Wins: A Vegas Ghost Story, gives us a peek into the gritty side of Vegas from the eyes of a small town reporter’s point of view.
It seems like only December that Dwayne Johnson was making all the money with Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Now, The Rock is back and hoping to make a monkey out of the competition.
MLB: The Show 18 is exactly what you’d expect from Sony San Diego: it’s beautiful, plays wonderfully and is graphically better than the previous year.
My Dad took me to see Jaws 3D when I was six years old. So I’m sure you can understand why sharks scare the crap out of me. You may also understand why I love a good shark movie – because I like having the crap scared out of me, in a controlled setting.
Which brings us to the first trailer for The Meg.
I don’t think that anybody can argue that, among the many wonderful things about Black Panther, the Dora Milaje were standouts. Powerful women kicking the butts of anyone or anything that was in their way, it was hard not to be inspired by them. Now, their comic book inspirations are set to encounter the X-Men.
For a film that’s gone through so much drama behind the scenes, Solo: A Star War Story is definitely delivering when it comes to solid trailers.
We know that a bad horror film can still find an audience on opening weekend, but what happens when a good genre film enter the fray? Audiences respond. Loudly.