I like Dwayne Johnson a lot, but after the poor performance of Skyscraper, it might be time for a little break from what The Rock is cooking.
The best way to describe Skyscraper is to say that it is a cross between The Towering Inferno and Die Hard, but the question is, will it be entertaining?
Audiences chose not to smell what The Rock was cooking with his latest feature film, as audiences elected to take a trip to Hotel Transylvania 3.
This is one of those weekends that I love to watch at the box office. You’ve got two high profile new releases hitting theaters, plus a strong holdover from last week. Any one of these films could hit the top. Which will it be?
Can you smell what The Rock is cooking in this week’s edition of Actor Trading Cards with Leo Craven? Discover what you need to know about Dwayne Johnson here.
It was a big weekend at movie theaters, as Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp made a bee-line for the top of the box office.
From small things, big things should come. At least, that’s how we’re looking this weekend with the debut of the final Marvel Studios release of the year, Ant-Man and The Wasp.
Timeless. Ageless. Iconic. These are but a few words that describe Michelle Pfeiffer, featured today in our Actor Trading Cards.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the most disappointing film that I have seen this summer. The characters are not interesting, the scares are really not that scary, and no one seems to be having any fun on the screen.
Jared Leto has been cast as the ‘Living Vampire’ for Sony’s Morbius film, part of their Spidey-Verse, which includes this October’s Venom.
As predicting, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom held on to the top spot at the box office for the second weekend in a row.
Can a sequel survive when the visionary director of the original isn’t behind the camera? That’s what we’ll find out this weekend, with the arrival of Sicario: Day of the Soldado.