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'The Meg' Devours Competition, Debuting with a Monster $146.9M Globally It was a monstrous weekend thanks to Warner Bros.'s The Meg, which devoured everything in its path en route to a nearly $150 million global debut. As a result, the weekend box office was up 5.7% compared to last weekend and over 25% compared to last year, with the top twelve grossing over $132 million. It was also a strong weekend for Focus Features's release of Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman and Screen Gems's Slender Man even over-performed against expectations, though a disappointing CinemaS...

Weekend Box Office: 'The Meg' Chomps Its Way To Number One Jason Statham’s shark movie is a surprising box office hit, while Spike Lee has his best opening weekend in nearly a decade. Continue reading…

Full cast of Y: The Last Man revealed, includes Diane Lane & Barry Keoghan I have to admit, there's a part of me that thought this day would never come. After what feels like forever since the idea of adapting writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Pia Guerra's classic Vertigo comic book series, Y: THE LAST MAN, was floated by the powers that be, a full cast list for FX's presentation of the iconic story has been revealed. It is my distinct pleasure to share with you... Read More...

‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Isn’t Dead Yet: Terry Gilliam Still Retains Rights Reports of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote‘s death were greatly exaggerated. Although a French court ruled in former producer Paul Branco‘s favor over the long and drawn-out legal battle between him and director Terry Gilliam, apparently reports that Gilliam had lost the rights to his film were not true. Gilliam retains The Man Who Killed Don Quixote rights, according to Gilliam’s current producer Mariela Busuievsky. As to those reports that Branco had won them in the court case?

Warner Bros. may still make Rush Hour 4 but Brett Ratner definitely won't be directing it.

The Animation Supervisor For ‘Rampage’ Explains The WWE Easter Egg Tucked Inside The Rock’s Blockbuster Warner Bros. “It Doesn’t Matter” recording artist Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has never been ashamed of his pro wrestling roots. (Well, there might be the occasional thing he might want to forget in 2018.) Even if he wasn’t free to light his own name on fire at this year’s WrestleMania, this spring still featured a signature maneuver from The Rock in front of a massive audience. Heck, you might have missed it as it was happening.

‘Rampage’s Original Ending Almost Caused Dwayne Johnson to Quit Dwayne Johnson is serious about making sure audiences have a good time in his movies. He’s so serious about it, in fact, that he came very close to walking away from Rampage, his new film based on the classic video game that’s currently in theaters. Read about the Rampage original ending and why Johnson was so adamant about changing it below. Rampage Original Ending Spoilers ahead. As it exists now, Rampage stars Johnson as a military man-turned-primatologist named Davis Okoye who rescues an albino gorilla named George from poachers and takes him to live at the San Diego zoo.

Steven Spielberg Is First Director To Earn $10 Billion At Box Office Thanks to the success of Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg is now the richest director in the world and the first to earn $10 billion at the global box office. Even though Ready Player One only held on to the top spot for one weekend (it lost to A Quiet Place), it has already become one of the highest grossing movies of 2018 worldwide. The adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel has earned over $475 million worldwide, making it one of the biggest movies for Spielberg in over a decade.

Weekend Box Office Report: April 13-15, 2018 Rampage stomps into first place! Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his sizeable simian friend climbed to the top of the box office this weekend with RAMPAGE, which opened with an estimated $34.5 million! The adaptation of the 80s arcade building-breaking videogame opened just a bit beneath the $36.1 million start of Johnson's recent JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE, which slowly... Read More...

Rampage is the Highest Rated Video Game Movie on Rotten Tomatoes Rampage is currently the highest-rated video game movie on Rotten Tomatoes. Star Dwayne Johnson is no stranger to the ever-present video game movie curse on the big screen, starring in the 2004 adaptation of seminal first-person shooter Doom. The movie completely bombed at the box office and failed to impress most critics, relying on gimmicky FPS-style set pieces to keep fans of the iconic video game franchise engaged. Johnson took another crack at a video game adaptation with Rampage, which is only loosely based on the classic Rampage arcade game.

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