Update: Hop to the bottom of this post for the first teaser trailer for the new Wet Hot American Summer.
Previously: There’s long been talk of a Wet Hot American Summer sequel (or prequel), as is normal for cult comedies that didn’t do well at the box office but later found die-hard fans in the years following their release. Zoolander is another that’s been discussed from… Continue reading The Nextflix 'Wet Hot American Summer' Sequel Trailer Teases the Ridiculous Cast
Movie release dates slide around all the time, but big studio movies usually tend to pick a date and stick with it. After all, the reason they’re called tentpoles is because they’re massive enough and important enough that they’re supposed to lodge into place and support everything around them.
When a tentpole’s release date changes, it’s usually because a studio needs even… Continue reading Surprise: 'Mission: Impossible 5' is Coming Out This Summer Instead of Christmas
One of the few true surprises at this year’s Comic-Con was the unexpected reveal that Legendary, makers of the likes of Batman Begins and Godzilla, would be making a King Kong prequel called Skull Island. There was a bit of jungle-shaking teaser footage, which was created exclusively to announce the project’s release date of November 4, 2016, but that was all the info we… Continue reading An 'Avengers' Villain Heads to 'Skull Island' For 'Kings of Summer' Director
Bourne: Matt Damon is returning to the Bourne series under the direction of Paul Greengrass. The two previously worked together on 2004’s The Bourne Supremacy and 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum (pictured above), as well as 2010’s non-Bourne action drama Green Zone. Reportedly, the new project is targeting July 26, 2016 for release, which would delay the next planned Boune off-shoot… Continue reading Movie News: Matt Damon Returning as Jason Bourne; 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Reboot Coming
Here’s your estimated 4-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Guardians of the Galaxy – $ 22.1 million ($ 280.4 million total)
2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – $ 15.7 million ($ 166.3 million total)
3. If I Stay – $ 11.6 million ($ 32.1 million total)
4. Let’s Be Cops – $ 10.5 million ($ 59.6 million total)
5. As Above/So Below -