Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for Presidents’ Day-related movie culture.
Brad Neeley‘s NSFW animated short Washington is still hilarious after a thousand viewings:
The Impatient Lincoln takes one part of Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln a long way:
This poster parodying Walking Tall and starring Channing Tatum as Teddy Roosevelt was made in response to the Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter movie. I still want to see this one more.
Like any year, 2014 was filled with hits and disappointments, and winners and losers. For every bomb, there was a hit. For every actor who broke through, there was one who fell through the cracks. But also like any year, some people stood out from the pack. Some actors, actresses, movies and studios simply owned the year and emerged from it… Continue reading The 10 Biggest "Winners" of 2014: Marvel Studios, Shailene Woodley, Channing Tatum and More
Struck By Genius: Channing Tatum could get a beautiful mind if he signs onto this project being tailored for him. Struck By Genius is the true story of a party animal who gained uncanny math skills after getting beat up outside a karaoke bar. What sounds like a superhero origin story, though, will actually be pretty dramatic, and that could mean further development of Tatum… Continue reading Movie News: Channing Tatum Gets a Beautiful Mind; 'Paranormal Activity 5' Lands Title & Release Date
George Lucas Museum: Chicago will be the future site of a “first-of-its-kind interactive museum and warehouse” housing George Lucas’ collection of artwork and Star Wars movie memorabilia. The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, expected to open in 2018, will cost one billion dollars (?!), and will be located on a prime site on Chicago’s museum campus, next… Continue reading Movie News: Chicago Getting George Lucas Museum; Channing Tatum Joins Coen Bros.; 'Last of Robin Hood' Trailer
Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. 22 Jump Street – $ 60.0 million ($ 60.0 million total)
2. How to Train Your Dragon 2 – $ 50.0 million ($ 50.0 million total)
3. Maleficent – $ 19.0 million ($ 163.5 million total)
4. Edge of Tomorrow – $ 16.1 million ($ 56.6 million total)
5. The Fault In Our Stars