As September draws to a close, the first Blu-ray slate for the new month brings us two great family classics refreshed and (some would say needlessly) converted to 3D, plus a newer 3D animated film that probably won’t be rem...
The Disney/Marvel combination has once again proven to be a powerful partnership. Together, the two companies push each much farther than either reached separately.
Tom Cruise’s career took a hard hit in the early 2000s. Over the past four years, his personal life has slipped back out of the public eye and, in the process, the actor climbed back up to the top of the box office. This wee...
Sometimes, in Hollywood, movies lose money. That’s just the way it goes. ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ proved to be a killer for Luke’s totals in March’s round of Box Office Pick’em.
Reports claim that moviegoing was down in the first Quarter on 2013, but this weekend might signal a better Q2. Both a remake and a re-release opened strongly and defied the downward box office trend.
Easter weekend has taught us that Cobra will rise again, that Tyler Perry’s temptations are hard to resist, and that Stephenie Meyer is less popular than we thought she was.
With such a lack of family films this year, there was never any doubt as to which movie would win the weekend. Surprisingly, it was a pretty big box office weekend all around.
The season of so-called summer blockbusters gets earlier and earlier with each year. Between now and May, almost every weekend contains at least one over-priced flick that we wouldn’t typically see until summer.
This week is packed with new videogames, and oddly enough the Wii U gets the bulk of the love. With Legos, Gears, DreamWorks, Capcom, Tecmo and the Dixon brothers all on tap, it’s almost like Good versus Licensed Evil.
Aaron has two wins under his belt in Box Office Pick’em so far, though the grand totals are pretty close. He chooses first in the March draft.
Early 2013 will bring us more animated films. An alien Brendan Fraser crash-lands on Earth, while a hairy Nicolas Cage runs from the End.