When December comes around, the studios start rolling out their big awards hopefuls for the season. Whether any of these movies actually win Oscars or not, they might be worth watching.
With his twelfth straight movie in a leading role to open north of $20 million, Denzel Washington has secured his position as one of Hollywood’s most consistently bankable stars.
With two promising new movies, the last weekend of September might shape up to be a good one.
Among other things, November will bring us a bunch of sequels, plus one movie that sounds like it must be a sequel but actually isn’t.
With the summer movie season now completely out of the way, it’s time to set our gazes on the horizon. Let’s look ahead to see what’s opening between now and the end of October.
One of this weekend’s new movies hit the ground running. The others, not so much.
The post-summer slump may actually rebound this weekend as counter-programming delivers three potentially interesting offerings.
For the first time since early August, a new release has managed to leapfrog over Michael Bay’s turtle ninjas and Marvel’s galaxy guardians to take the top spot at the box office.
Even with a trio of new wide releases, it looks like Hollywood’s box office downturn will continue this weekend.
From watching the trailer, several enticing elements about ‘The Drop’ become evident. First, there’s Tom Hardy. Over the last few years, the guy has proven himself as one of the best actors out there. Second, Noo...
Three years ago, Warner Bros. gave us (what felt like) the first live action marine animal family film since ‘Free Willy’. Although its concept was based on a true story – a beached dolphin was found with a nearly seve...
This year has been unimpressive at the box office, and that trend continued this weekend with the lowest collective grosses in two years.