At long last, the final installment in a trilogy nobody was expecting comes to its conclusion. The question is, will audiences be lining up for Glass?
As much as I like it when I can nail my predictions, it’s always cool to be surprised, and that’s exactly what happened this weekend with The Upside.
This weekend sees the release of a few new films, but it’s unlikely that any of them will be able to unseat Aquaman from the top of the box office.
Surprising a few pundits, Escape Room managed to have a very solid debut weekend at the box office, arriving in second place with $18 million.
Happy 2019! It’s the first weekend of the new year, and with it comes Escape Room, the only new release at the box office that audiences can escape to.
A little pat on the back, as Aquaman remains number one and we close out the 2018 year in box office with some decent predictions on our part.
While Christmas Day saw the release of Holmes and Watson and Vice, respectively, except Aquaman to be the final number one film of 2018.
A new DC Universe hero made his big screen debut, and while audiences helped Aquaman swim to the top of the box office, it wasn’t with the tidal wave some anticipated.
It’s the weekend before Christmas, and with a bevy of new releases in theatres, it’s going to be extremely interesting to see how the numbers shape up.
It was a solid opening weekend for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, the first animated Spider-Man film to hit the big screen.
How many Spider-Man’s does it take to make a hit animated movie? We’ll find out this weekend, as Sony releases Spidey’s first animated film.
With no new releases this weekend, it was a quiet time at the box office, though it was a bit of a tight race between two animated hits for the top spot.