(WARNER BROS) – The film adaptation of the Stephen King novel “It” broke box office records during its opening weekend making an impressive $117.2 million at the North American box office, blowing away early expectations. The film broke the record for the largest September opening set by “hotel Transylvania 2” in 2015. The horror film’s global debut is expected to gross $179 million dollars. Continue reading
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (SONY PICTURES) The cast of ‘The Emoji Movie’ turned out in Los Angeles for the world premiere of the animated film which rolls out in cinemas on Friday (July 28). Continue reading
(UNIVERSAL PICTURES) – Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ topped the North American box office for the weekend ending July 23 with the War War Two movie bringing in an estimated $50.5 million in it’s debut, according to boxofficemojo.com.
Venice Beach Freakshow performers and fans hold defiant last stand as it shuts down after 11 years, a bearded lady also get married
The Venice Beach Freakshow has shut down after 11 years, blaming growing tech company Snap for taking over their building. Performer Jessica Holmstead, the bearded lady, marked the day by getting married.
“Fate of the Furious” leaves its competitiors in the dust, claiming the top spot in the North American box office for a third straight week.
The director and cast of “The Godfather” reminisce in a 45th anniversary reunion in New York about the trials, perseverance and inspiration that resulted in the Oscar-winning Mafia movies.
“The Boss Baby” held on to its top spot at the U.S. weekend box office for the second week in a row. Nathan Frandino reports. Continue reading
Warner Bros.’ “Kong:Skull Island” delivers a punch at the U.S. box office, landing at top spot in its opening weekend.
New trailer for Warner Bros. superhero movie ‘Wonder Woman’ released. Continue reading
Scottish writer Irvine Welsh, the author of “Trainspotting”, a grim comedy about young Scottish drug addicts that was a huge hit in the 1990s, sees “bleak dystopia” in the age of Donald Trump and Britain’s Brexit vote.