Top Movie News for May 27, 2018

Solo Flies in Lower Than Expected with $148.3M Worldwide Debut Solo is seriously underperforming all over the world to become one of the lowest openings for a Star Wars movie ever.

Disney’s Legal Team Put A Stop To One Interesting Easter Egg For ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Marvel WARNING: Possible spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and a bit of Captain America: Civil War if you haven’t seen that yet When it comes to fun ideas in entertainment, you can be sure that the legal department will be close behind to toss cold water on it all. Not even a behemoth like Avengers: Infinity War is safe from the wary eyes of legal, primarily when it belongs to a company like Disney. According to The Russo Brothers, they had one special Easter egg all ready to go for fans looking to reach out and touch one of the Avengers.

Deadpool 2 Is Dedicated to Late Stuntwoman S.J. Harris Deadpool 2 honored late stuntwoman Sequana 'S.J.' Harris during the end credits sequence.

Donald Glover Gives A Convincing Argument For Why Kylo Ren Is A Better ‘Star Wars’ Villain Than Darth Vader Lucasfilm / Disney Donald Glover has now entered the Star Wars universe thanks to his role as young Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story. That means his opinions on certain characters from the franchise is more important now, right? Probably not, but he’s a hot topic, Star Wars is back on the brain, and it seems the perfect time to see what he thinks of his fellow Lucasfilm creations. In a recent chat with Noisey, Glover answered some rapid-fire questions about Star Wars, music, and life.

Harvey Weinstein Courtroom Sketches Delight, Horrify Twitter (Photos) Disgraced indie film producer Harvey Weinstein was arrested on Friday in New York City on three felony charges of rape and criminal sex act after a months-long investigation by the NYPD. Weinstein was arraigned in court and released on a $1 million cash bail.

Sesame Street Creators Sue Over Happytime Murders Trailer Marketing The creators of Sesame Street have filed a lawsuit against STX, demanding they stop referencing the long-running kids series in their marketing for The Happytime Murders.

New Trailer for Christopher Robin Shows Off the Characters We have a new trailer for the upcoming Disney film Christopher Robin, and it gives us a chance to see all of the various animal characters in action. They look rather stunning on screen and you settle in to seeing them move within the space of the trailer, so it likely won’t be a problem for the movie itself. Out of the Wood. Into the City.

Morgan Freeman: Any Suggestion of Assault ‘Is Completely False’ Morgan Freeman said Friday night that he never assaulted women or offered “employment or advancement in exchange for sex.” The statement came a day after CNN published a report in which eight women accused the actor of misconduct, from unwelcome sexual comments to “unwanted touching” to harassment.

After Syfy made a shocking move and canceled its critically praised series The Expanse after just three seasons, Amazon Studios has officially rescued the hit show and renewed it for a season 4...

‘The Gospel According to Andre’ Posts Solid Opening at Indie Box Office Magnolia Pictures’ documentary “The Gospel According to Andre” has found a solid start from its four-screen release in an otherwise quiet Memorial Day weekend for the indie box office. Directed by Kate Novack, the documentary explores the life and creative vision of fashion writer Andre Leon Talley, who is most famous for serving as the editor-at-large at Vogue. It is estimated to have a three-day opening of around $44,500 for a per screen average of $11,125.

New month, new movies. Netflix has a pretty stellar new line-up in June, and we’ve got the list to prove it. In addition to the constant barrage of Netflix Originals, you’ll also be able to stream Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Departed, In Bruges, Thor: Ragnarok, and more. Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in June 2018 below. The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix in June 2018 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Rian Johnson‘s bold, brilliant Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits Netflix next month.

Danny Boyle Is Officially Set to Direct 'Bond 25' Daniel Craig will return for his fifth 007 movie, which will open in theaters in the fall of 2019 Continue reading…

Daredevil Season 3 apparel hits the mark on rumored character inclusion A new tease from the set of Marvel's DAREDEVIL Season 3 has revealed that the comic book drama series is apparently (or, you know, totally) taking aim at making the classic villain Bullseye a part of The Man Without Fear's third chapter. The picture comes from Liz Vastola's personal Instagram account, with the image showing a jacket that sports the nefarious character's signature... Read More...

Letitia Wright Would Rather Be the New Black Panther Than the New Iron Man Warning: there’s a big Avengers: Infinity War spoiler coming. Run away if you want to avoid… continue if you’ve seen the film and want to know more. At MCM London Comic Con, Letitia Wright was asked about the fate of her character Shuri in Avengers: Infinity War.

Marvel Characters Are Popular Baby Names Now Thanks to the popularity of the MCU, Marvel characters are now massively popular baby names.

Willow 2 Is Seriously Being Explored by Ron Howard & Lucasfilm Ron Howard says that fans should keep their fingers crossed when thinking about a new Willow 2 movie.

‘Lost In London’ Clip: Witness the Woody Harrelson Movie Shot and Broadcast Live Lost In London is the very definition of an “experimental film.” The movie, which stars Woody Harrelson, was both shot and broadcast live last year. You may have missed your chance to watch the movie live, but you can now view it on Digital HD and Hulu. And you can also watch a clip below. Lost In London Clip I regret not going to see Lost In London when it screened live last year.

Jason Blum promises fans that the long awaited trailer for Halloween will come out in early June.

With Syfy claiming that its sixth visit to the franchise well will be its last (at least until Day+4 ratings post), we have an official title and teaser for the finale to the Sharknado universe: The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time. Premiering Sunday, August 19th at 8 p.m. ET, the film with the hopefully not ironic title sees Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and Cassie Scerbo returning, with Ziering’s Fin Shepard going back in time to keep the five previous movies from happening (insert own joke here).

It seems as if Morbius the Living Vampire will be the next live-action character to enter Sony's "Spider-Verse" and now a logline for the spinoff has been revealed alongside some vague casting details.

Cobra Kai kicked so much ass, we'd like to see these 80s movies get the same dose of true sequel nostalgia.

Miramax / Dimension Kevin Smith has talked about the return of Jay And Silent Bob in some form or another since at least 2014. It’s been more than a decade since Clerks II hit theaters and longer than that since Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back, both projects that Smith had hinted at plotting sequels for in the near future. But now in the wake of his heart attack scare, it would seem Smith is moving forward on one of these ideas with a sequel to his 2001 ode to the titular characters. 16 years ago, #JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack was released in theaters.

Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau Rumors Spread as Production Moves to New Orleans The rumors of Monica Rambeau making an appearance in Captain Marvel have begun to circulate again after a new filming location was revealed.

The stuff from your nightmares are no match for these creatures. At the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, Guillermo del Toro finished his Best Director speech by saying, “I thank you, my monsters thank you.” Del Toro has given us some truly unique and creative creatures throughout his career. Influenced by his fascination with grotesque beings, del Toro imbues humanity and individuality into the monsters he molds.

Friday One Sheet: THE SISTERS BROTHERS Teases Fire and Brimstone The long awaited (by me, anyway) film adaptation of Partick deWitt's 'Chemistry Western,' The Sisters Brothers, moves towards the screen with this fiery and iconic poster. While not as experimental and quriky as the Canadian book cover, the homestead in flames is a familiar, but nevertheless arresting, image in the genre. What the poster does not sell is just how unconventional the story is. But this is OK, kids, it is all about bums in seats.

Meryl Streep’s frostiness on the set of “Devil Wears Prada” gave Anne Hathaway more than a chill. On Thursday’s episode of “The Late Show” the “Ocean’s 8” actress explained to host Stephen Colbert how her anxiety around her distant co-star on the set of the 2006 comedy — in which Streep played high fashion magazine editor Miranda Priestly and Hathaway her assistant Andy — got so bad she felt like she was being “throw into a demonic pit.” “There’s a scene where Andy and Miranda are getting out of a car, an

Paul Schrader began his career in the movies as a film critic, but it wasn’t long before his Calvinist upbringing and his love of contemplative films from the likes of Yasujirô Ozu, Robert Bresson, and Carl Theodor Dreyer brought him to begin working as a screenwriter, mostly telling stories, mostly about lonely men in spiritual or emotional crisis.

Disney is already having a huge summer thanks to the record-smashing success of Avengers: Infinity War from Marvel Studios and that will likely continue with millions more being raked in thanks to Solo: A Star Wars Story this weekend. But next month, Disney will finally have one of their more family friendly adventures hitting the big screen, and it’s something audiences have been wanting to see for 14 years. Incredibles 2 rounds up the superhero family from Pixar’s hit animated adventure that debuted in 2004.

Paul Bloch, Rogers & Cowan Publicity Giant, Dies at 78 Paul Bloch, one of Hollywood’s top publicists and chairman of Rogers & Cowan, died on Friday.

It's been over a decade since our last dive into the magical world of high-stakes heists and quippy dialogue, but the OCEAN'S franchise is set to return next month with an entirely new group of criminals embarking on a risky heist. Serving as a spin-off of the main series, OCEAN'S 8 stars Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean, a recently released convict who winds up being just as eager to... Read More...

Saw and Insidious co-creator Leigh Whannell dives deep into sci-fi with Blumhouse in the latest red band trailer for Upgrade.

Based upon Dan Simmons' novel of the same name, which itself was inspired by true events, The Terror follows two ships, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, as they depart England on a perilous voyage into uncharted territory to discover the Northwest Passage. However, the ships become trapped in the ice and the frozen and isolated crew find themselves faced with treacherous conditions and limited... Read More...

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the... Read More...

Disney's Live-Action adaptation of Kim Possible has added Alyson Hannigan, Connie Ray, Todd Stashwick, and more to the cast.

Looking for an early sneak peek of Ant-Man and The Wasp? If you happen to have a pass to Disneyland you can catch a special preview at the Tomorrowland Theater. More details after the jump!

Box Office

  • 1. Alien: Covenant
    Gross: $36,000,000
    Total: $36,000,000
  • 2. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
    Gross: $35,062,000
    Total: $301,799,474
  • 3. Everything, Everything
    Gross: $12,000,000
    Total: $12,000,000
  • 4. Snatched
    Gross: $7,600,000
    Total: $32,782,600
  • 5. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
    Gross: $7,200,000
    Total: $7,200,000

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