The Weekend Movie Takeaway: Audiences Find Faith in ‘I Still Believe’
Turns out, a lot can change in a week.
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: Originality Reigns With Pixar’s Modern Fantasy ‘Onward’ Adventuring Into Top Spot
Last week saw the business of big screen narrative start to get impacted by the coronavirus outbreak with the news that the new James Bond film No Time To Die’s release had been delayed from April until November to avoid poor box office prospects in ...
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: ‘The Invisible Man’ Is A Visible Triumph For Horror Movies At The Box Office
Original, urgent storytelling was the winner at the weekend box office, the results of which marked the emergence of a major new genre filmmaker: Leigh Whannell, the man behind the latest incarnation of The Invisible Man. The film surpassed all expec...
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: ‘Sonic’ Held Top Spot At The Box Office Despite ‘The Call of the Wild’
Two CGI animals tussled for the number one position on the box office charts over the weekend, with the blue one eventually coming out on top.
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: Video Game IP Holders Rejoice As ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Sped to Box Office Glory
The Presidents Day long weekend proved especially fruitful for a certain speedy hedgehog, giving hope to video game intellectual property holders everywhere.
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: ‘Parasite’ Takes Top Hollywood Prize at the Oscars While ‘Birds of Prey’ Flies Into The Box Office #1 Spot
It was a big weekend in Hollywood as a historic night at the Oscars® threatened to blow the lid off “traditional” narrative and the box office results saw an expected superhero blockbuster fall somewhat flat.
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: ‘Bad Boys’ Holds Steady While Oscar® favorite ‘1917’ Vies For the Top Spot
On the weekend before the most well-regarded narratives of the previous year are awarded the top prizes by the industry at the Academy Awards®, Bad Boys for Life still reigns supreme at the box office.
The Weekend Movie Takeaway: The ‘90s Continue Their Big Screen Comeback and ‘1917’ Holds Strong
While emerging and established filmmakers offered up fresh stories in the snow at the Sundance Film Festival, the box office provided little to get excited about over the weekend.