Three new movies open wide this weekend: Happy Death Day, Marshall, and The Foreigner. As of this writing, all three are Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. That’s not a bad way to start things off. On top of that, Professor Marston … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Can Decent Reviews Push ‘Death Day’ Over 20M?
After having the biggest September ever, with hit films like It and Kingsman, October is looking now at which films are going to hit and send October to new heights. Blade Runner 2049 is the first one of those films … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Blade Runner’ Will Have A Big Weekend
So this weekend, we’ve got Tom Cruise’s American Made, which is getting good reviews, but isn’t his typical “franchise” fare. In fact, this film falls into that same genre that has seen A-listers fail miserably, with films like Blow (Johnny … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Tom Cruise Will Struggle Again
There are actually three new wide releases this weekend, though no one really gives a shit about Friend Request. Let’s just be real honest. The other two, Ninjago and Kingsman are both tracking around 40M, which is quite astounding. I … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Ninjago’ and ‘Kingsman’ take on ‘It’
After smashing every single record it possibly could, It is looking to post another high box office with very little competition being thrown against it. Horror films typically drop a lot in week two, but It is holding up really … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘It’ Will Easily Win Again
In case you’ve been living under a rock, this is the weekend where It opens. The trailer set youtube on fire earlier this year, and smashed records for how many views it got in such a short period of time. … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Will Hurricane Irma Impact ‘It’?
I literally thought about titling this week’s entry “Fuck It”. That’s basically what the studios are saying heading into Labor Day weekend. Everyone is too scared to even attempt to do something this weekend. The widest release at the box … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Who Cares?
Not all kids are back in school, but for some, this is their last weekend of freedom. So, we’ll call this the final weekend of summer. The next two weekends the studios have basically thrown in the towel, and we … Continue reading Summer’s Over: Predicting Fall’s Biggest Hits
Two new wide releases battle for prominence at the box office. One of them is getting rave reviews (Logan Lucky) and the other not so much (The Hitman’s Bodyguard). However, I’m reminded of a few years back at about this … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Logan’ And ‘Bodyguard’ Battle For #1
Barring some absurd exodus of moviegoers from theatres, Annabelle Creation is very much on track to win this weekend. The first Annabelle opened to 37M and finished with 82M domestically. It was pretty despised by critics with a 29%. Much … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: ‘Annabelle’ Easily Will Win The Weekend, Spidey To Cross 300M
Basically on the first (or second, if I’m lazy) of every month, I take a look back three months at the films that have basically already made their lasting impact on the box office. These films have typically already fallen … Continue reading May Releases: How’d They Do?
Of the three new wide releases this weekend, two of them aren’t doing well with critics. The Dark Tower is currently at 18%, while Kidnap is a bit higher at 42%. To be fair, The Dark Tower has more than … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Will Poor Reviews Topple ‘The Dark Tower’ and Return ‘Kidnap’?
Chris Nolan’s Dunkirk is having to face off against a talking Poop emoji in The Emoji Movie. If that isn’t metaphorical, I don’t know what is. The apparent battle is because Dunkirk and The Emoji Movie are tracking at about … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Christopher Nolan Vs Poop
I really tried for that pun. It’s a bit of a stretch, I realize. Here’s the thing. Three new releases. All three have at least decent reviews, with two of them above 90% on Rotten Tomatoes (as of this posting). … Continue reading Box Office Predictions: Expensive ‘Valerian’ To Lose To ‘Dunkirk’ ‘War’ ‘Trip’
So the question is, will Spider-Man break 100M? He has managed to do that twice, with both Spider-Man and Spider-Man 3 (the Raimi era movies) making over 100M. The last Spidey solo effort, Amazing Spider-Man 2 opened to 91M, and … Continue reading Box Office Projections: How Amazing Will ‘Homecoming’ Be?