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New in Theaters: Samuel L. Jackson as M. Night Shyamalan Villain Mr. Glass

New in Theaters: Samuel L. Jackson as M. Night Shyamalan Villain Mr. Glass

1.  “Glass“  (PG-13)  Trailer The latest effort from M. Night Shyamalan is a sequel to two of his previous movies . . . the 2000 superhero movie“Unbreakable“ and the 2016 horror thriller “Split“. The movie starts out with Bruce Willis’ character from “Unbreakable” hunting James McAvoy’s character from“Split”.  But the fight between David Dunn and The…MORE

“The Upside” Upset “Aquaman” to Win the Box Office

“The Upside” Upset “Aquaman” to Win the Box Office

Maybe all that talkin’ about the Oscar controversy worked out for KEVIN HART, because his movie “The Upside”with Bryan Cranston won the box office. It made $19.6 million this weekend, which is about TWICE what some experts predicted.  “Aquaman” made another $17.3 million to come in second.  Here’s this weekend’s Top 10 . . .  …MORE

New in Theaters: “The Upside”, “Replicas”, and “A Dog’s Way Home”

New in Theaters: “The Upside”, “Replicas”, and “A Dog’s Way Home”

1.  “The Upside“  (PG-13)  Trailer Kevin Hart is an ex-con who stumbles his way into a caretaking job for paralyzed billionaire Bryan Cranston.  Bryan ignores Kevin’s lack of qualifications just because he can’t stand any of the other candidates, and they soon become unlikely friends. The rest of the cast includes Nicole Kidman as Cranston’s disapproving assistant, and Aja Naomi King from “How to Get Away…MORE

“Venom” Won the Box Office, but “A Star is Born” Had a Strong Second-Place Opening

“Venom” Won the Box Office, but “A Star is Born” Had a Strong Second-Place Opening

“Venom”crushed the record for an October opening, by debuting with $80 million this weekend.  The previous record-holder was “Gravity”, with $55.8 million.  Meanwhile, “A Star is Born” had a respectable second-place opening, with $41.3 million.  Here’s this weekend’s Top 10 . . . 1.  NEW:  “Venom”, $80 million. 2.  NEW:  “A Star is Born”, $41.3…MORE

New in Theaters: “Smurfs: The Lost Village” and “Going in Style”

New in Theaters: “Smurfs: The Lost Village” and “Going in Style”

1.  “Smurfs: The Lost Village“  (PG)  Trailer Smurfette joins Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty Smurf on a quest through the Forbidden Forest to find a lost Smurf village before Gargamel does.  Demi Lovato is the new voice of Smurfette and Rainn Wilson is Gargamel. The rest of the cast includes Mandy Patinkin as Papa Smurf, Jack McBrayer from “30…MORE

THE OSCAR NOMINEES

THE OSCAR NOMINEES

“La La Land” Tied an All-Time Record for the Most Oscar Nominations The Academy announced this year’s Oscar nominees yesterday, and the musical “La La Land” with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone led the way 14 nominations.  That ties the all-time record. The other movies to get 14 are “Titanic” in 1998 and “All About…MORE

“Star Wars 8” Tops a List of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

“Star Wars 8” Tops a List of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

RottenTomatoes.com surveyed hundreds of movie critics to determine the most anticipated movies of the year . . . even though your mother-in-law could’ve just TOLD them it was “Fifty Shades Darker”.  They crunched the numbers, and “Star Wars 8” came out on top, obviously.  The Top Five broke down like this:   “Star Wars: Episode…MORE

New in Theaters:  “London Has Fallen” and “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”

New in Theaters: “London Has Fallen” and “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”

1.  “London Has Fallen“  (R)  Trailer Gerard Butler returns as his secret service character from “Olympus Has Fallen”.  In this one, the President is attending the funeral of the British Prime Minister when five other world leaders are assassinated and the rest of their detail is killed. So he and the president go on the run, and…MORE

“Star Wars” Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide, But Drops to Third at the Box Office

“Star Wars” Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide, But Drops to Third at the Box Office

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” crossed the $1 BILLION mark overseas, giving it $1.9 billion in worldwide box office revenue.  But it dropped to #3 in the U.S., behind “Ride Along 2” and “The Revenant”.  Here’s the Top 10:     NEW: “Ride Along 2”, $34 million.   “The Revenant”, $29.5 million. Up to $87.7…MORE

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