One writer fills out his hypothetical Oscar ballot for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Rumors started after an unofficial podcast shared thoughts on how a new film trilogy could impact Universal Studios’ theme parks.
But don’t worry … films have a much longer shelf life in what will soon become the world’s largest film market.
‘Sing’ surprises with a solid No. 2 showing, giving ‘Rogue One’ its only true test for the box office crown.
But can the Star Wars film survive a full-force studio onslaught just in time for Christmas?
It all will change next week, however, when Star Wars debuts ‘Rogue One’ to moviegoers everywhere.
Only one new movie this week, but the horror film ‘Incarnate’ barely registered with those buying tickets for the silver screen.
PLUS: More details emerge, including what New York will be like in this new future, and how some past character favorites have changed.
Jared Harris, son of the original actor, says he’s interested, but asks fans to not get too loud with their demands, or the studio might be scared away.
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ had a solid second week, however, losing less than 40 percent of its opening audience.
The animated Disney film easily took Thanksgiving Eve, but the Harry Potter prequel has bounced back on Wednesday and Thursday, making this really close.
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ finishes second as we get an early start into the holiday moviegoing weekend.
It was $75 million for the latest in the Harry Potter universe. But that’s nothing compared to what even the smallest Harry Potter film opened with.
Winston Story! Popcorn! Rash Judgments! Fantastic Beasts! Bleed for This! Mark Ruffalo sketch! Exclamation points!
‘The Flash’ might struggle to find the right director but that hasn’t shaken the film’s star, Ezra Miller, even as he waits to find out who’s the boss.