“Spy” should have been more of a sure thing at the box office.
The film, which reunites Melissa McCarthy with her “Bridesmaids” and “The Heat” director, Paul Feig, entered the weekend with good buzz, great reviews and modest competition. Pundits guessed it would open as high as $ 35-40 million.
Its actual opening, estimated at $ 30.0 million and good for… Continue reading Is Hollywood Heading for a Summer Box Office Disaster?
If this summer’s blockbusters aren’t enough for you, perhaps you’d like to revisit some big classics returning to the big screen this season, whether for an anniversary or in anticipation of its latest sequel. Mark your calendars to catch the following favorites as they were meant to be seen:
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of its release back on June 20… Continue reading Find Out How to See 'Jaws' and 'The Terminator' On the Big Screen This Summer
The Important News
Asa Butterfield will be the next Spider-Man.
Selma‘s Ava DuVernay might direct a Marvel movie.
Captain America: Civil War revealed a first look at Crossbones.
Diego Luna joined the cast of Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One.
Daniel Craig might have a cameo in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The New Mutants was announced as the next X-Men spin-off.
The Incredibles 2 was… Continue reading Best of the Week: Asa Butterfield Cast as Spider-Man, Essential Horror of the Summer, The Best of 'Mad Max' and More
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