In this week’s new Blu-rays, Disney cashes in on one of the most beloved family films of all time with a gaudy 3D prequel, fairy tales get reimagined in ways no one ever wanted, and The Rock delivers the first of seemingly dozens ...
If you’ve been following the friendly game of Box Office Pick ‘Em that Aaron Peck and I started (basically, it’s fantasy sports with box office), you know that I need a solid weekend win. Luckily, this weekend gave me one.
Aaron takes an early lead in Box Office Pick’em. Luke is left licking his ‘Broken’ wounds.
While the Super Bowl always marks a huge money-making weekend for television, it typically signifies a soft weekend in theaters. However, the box office actually held up pretty well this year.
Of this weekend’s three wide releases, not one met box office expectations. The most star-studded couldn’t even crack the Top 5.
Here we have another fine example of studios pushing titles that wouldn’t stand a chance opening against “real” movies. January is the month where these misfits are laid to rest… and it can’t end quickly enough.
I play a lot of fantasy sports. I like the competiveness of it and enjoy trying to predict what will happen. That led into an idea for the following contest: Box Office Pick’em.
This holiday season brings us the finale to an immensely popular ‘tween melodrama. Hopefully, that means we can finally stop talking about it. Then, next year begins with another modern twist on a classic fairy tale.