It’s going to be a bit of an interesting weekend at the box office, even if there are no films entering the arena that will take down Toy Story 4.
Every Yes show I see is different. And I’ve seen a lot of them. Eighteen, to be exact. And last night’s performance as part of The Royal Affair tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage was no different.
It was a big weekend for the latest Pixar film, even if it wasn’t the record-breaking extravaganza we thought it would be.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton’s Batman. To celebrate, a group of Biff Bam Pop!’s writers have gathered together to share their memories of the movie and the fateful day of its release.
It’s an easy number one at the box office this weekend, as the first Pixar franchise arrives in theatres with what will in all likelihood be its final instalment.
There are some serious horrors that have come to Blu-ray, direct from the archives of Universal Studios, courtesy of Scream Factory.
Once again, if you were a sequel entering the box office this weekend, you just weren’t going to do well. Case in point – Men in Black: International.
Will a new cast be enough to get audiences into theatres to see the latest Men In Black, or will the fourth entry in the franchise fade out?
It was a bad weekend for sequels at the box office, as Secret Life of Pets 2 and Dark Phoenix severely underperformed.
BBP’s Andy Burns (surprisingly) found a lot to enjoy with the final X-Men film.
Man, I’d hate to be an X-Men fan this weekend.
Wait, I AM an X-Men fan. Believe me when I say, this weekend is going to be painful at the box office for folks like us.
Godzilla may have been king of the box office this weekend, but it’s fair to say that his reign wasn’t all that impressive.