‘Get Out’ stayed solid in its second week, however, losing less than a quarter of its opening weekend audience.
PLUS: Iranian filmmaker delivers politically charged statement in second hour of Oscars.
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ had a tough fall this week, dropping to No. 5, while ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ holds steady in third.
Inspired by the film ‘Hidden Figures,’ the ITV Studios America project would focus on women who couldn’t become astronauts during the Kennedy administration.
PLUS: Hollywood seems to have forgiven Mel Gibson, handing his ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ a number of nominations, including his first director nomination since winning in 1995.
The Star Wars anthology film had won the weekend according to early estimates, but that changed once final numbers came in.
‘Rogue One’ has a chance to continue the streak next week when its biggest competition is a new Underworld film, and a potential Oscar nominee.
Someone at a network threw a dart at a list of old TV shows to reboot again, and it looks like this is the latest one to get an overhaul.