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Batman: The Killing Joke Extended To Two Nights In Theaters Fathom Events is hosting Batman: The Killing Joke in theaters across the country. Now they’ve announced that a second night and two additional show times have been added because of popular demand.

Javier Bardem to Once Again Play a Monster in New Universal Horror Movies Universal's next big franchise play is to reboot its series of classic movie monsters. The Universal folks are not pulling any punches, either. They're going all out for this hopeful cinematic universe by hiring some of the best big name actors around. It's all going to start with The Mummy starring Tom Cruise (though the actual mummy will be Sofia Boutella), and then after that they've got plans to introduce Johnny Depp's Invisible Man, Russell Crowe's Dr. Jekyll,...Read MoreRead Comments

What Parents Can Expect from 'Secret Life of Pets' Sometimes, the messages in children’s movies can be a little heavy-handed. But that’s not the case with The Secret Life of Pets. Instead, this movie goes for laughs over lessons and steers clear of the “teachable moment.” The story follows “tiny dog” Max, who is the one and only pet of Katie, the owner he adores. When she brings home “a brother” for him – an enormous dog named Duke – Max tries to figure out a way to get rid of him....Read MoreRead Comments

How Many People Did Batman Kill in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’? One of the problems that some people had with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was the fact that Batman seemed to be a little too eager and willing to kill people without hesitation. The Dark Knight is known for showing restraint when it comes to dealing with criminals, almost always choosing to let the law deal with them instead of flat-out taking their lives. However, in Batman v Superman, the more grizzled, reckless take on the Caped Crusader just didn’t seem to care. Now a new video runs through the Batman kill count from Batman v Superman.

'FINDING DORY' Continues to Dominate the Box Office for Third Weekend Many predicted massive success for Pixar's latest film, FINDING DORY, but few predicted the film would do as well as it's been doing. For the third weekend in a row, the animated flick finds itself at the top of both the worldwide and domestic box office. As of this writing, the film is just short of $550 million worldwide. In addition, the movie has grossed over $380 domestically, making the second highest domestic film in Pixar's history, behind only TOY STORY 3, which I expect it will surpass before its theatrical run is up.

Finding Dory Audience Accidentally Gets R-rated Sausage Party Trailer While Pixar films are usually good enough to thoroughly entertain all ages of moviegoer, that doesn’t change the fact that the studio’s efforts are normally rated G, and thus intended to be suitable for even the youngest of young fans.

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: ULTIMATE EDITION Review Check out the embedded video below for a look at Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice Ultimate Edition, the extended follow up to 2013's Man Of Steel and precurser to the Justice League. And be sure to subscribe to Mr Sunday's YouTube channel. If you want. No pressure.

In Defense of ‘Independence Day: Resurgence,’ a Misfire Worth Embracing Last week, I bought my ticket and settled in for Independence Day: Resurgence with some trepidation. After all, the publicity machine had been silent and there were no really screenings for critics. The belated sequel to director Roland Emmerich‘s 1996 alien invasion film was opening in theaters showcasing all of the telltale signs of stinker. The only thing missing was literal smell lines wafting out of the poster in the lobby. And then the credits began to roll and I was pleasantly surprised. I liked Independence Day: Resurgence! I had a good time with it!

Weekend box office: 'Independence Day: Resurgence' debuts at No. 2 Disney/Pixar sequel holds onto No. 1 while Blake Lively's 'The Shallows' impresses with $16.7 million

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