Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Maze Runner – $ 32.5 million ($ 32.5 million total)
2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – $ 13.1 million ($ 13.1 million total)
3. This is Where I Leave You – $ 11.8 million ($ 11.8 million total)
4. No Good Deed – $ 10.2 million ($ 40.1 million total)
Last week’s fall-preview edition of the Geek Beat ran through most of the big (and small) movies hitting theaters and arriving on DVD and Blu-ray over the next few months, so this month’s guide to movie-related geekery hitting shelves will have a decidedly comics-and-collectibles angle.
There’s a lot to like about this month’s list of stuff to read, collect, and otherwise stash on your shelf. From Teenage Mutant
Every so often, some of the local comic creators, shop owners and geeky media types around the region where I live get together for breakfast at a neighborhood cafe. One of the topics of conversation at a recent meet-up was the late, great Jack Kirby, the cocreator of the Avengers, the X-Men and countless other iconic comic book characters.
At the time, the local… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Thank You, Jack Kirby
It seems like the last few weeks have had more news than usual from the geekier side of Hollywood. Not only have there been multiple comic book movies arriving in theaters in short order, but we’ve had studios announce some far-reaching plans for their cinematic universes, a few high-profile project and casting announcements, and even a few peeks behind the curtain – both… Continue reading The Geek Beat: 'Star Wars' Rumors, 'Spider-Man' Buzz and About That 'Ninja Turtles' Movie