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NYC Happenings: "Set It Off: LA Hip-Hop On Film" Revisits 90s West Coast Rap In The Wake Of STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON As F. Gary Gray's NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton tops the US box office charts for the third straight week -- you can read my review here -- those who enjoyed that film may want to see other films in that milieu, either to extend the nostalgia trip, or to explore further, for those who weren't around to witness the rise of NWA and "gangster rap."Well, if that's what you're in the mood for, BAMcinématek's got you covered this Labor Day weekend.

The Monsters are Out to Get You in Goosebumps The Abominable Snowman, the Invisible Kid, a werewolf and all manners of creatures are unleashed in the new trailer for Goosebumps, starring Jack Black. Goosebumps is based on the series of children’s horror books written by R.L. Stine. Each book follows a different character and setting and in all of them kids find themselves in all sorts […] Read The Monsters are Out to Get You in Goosebumps on Filmonic.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: August 30, 2015 Once again, it was a slow weekend at the box office, paving the way for an N.W.A. three-peat. Coming out on top for the third straight weekend is Straight Outta Compton. The biopic added $13.2 million over the three days to increase its domestic total to $134.1 million. The film came out at exactly the right time and has been one of the season’s strongest holds as we approach the end of the summer moviegoing season.

Goosebumps International Trailer: More Scares, More Laughs Author R.L. Stine is a master of all things that go bump in the night. His Goosebumps books and television series were a touchstone for kids and young adults alike. And now, the newest example of ’90s nostalgia has Sony bringing those stories to new life in a feature film. The Goosebumps film comes screaming into theaters everywhere this October, and now a new international version of the trailer has hit the web.

Weekend Box Office: "Straight Outta Compton" Remains #1 with $13.2M, Ups Total to $134M Not even the big G.O.D. can stop N.W.A., “Straight Outta Compton” remains #1 at the domestic box office for the third weekend in a row with $13.2M, upping its total to $134M. It got unexpected competition from Christian film “War Room,” which actually beat it on Friday, $3.9M to $3.8M. However, opening films tend to be more front-loaded, so the Universal music biopic was able to make up ground on Saturday. read more

Goosebumps International Trailer: More Scares, More Laughs Author R.L. Stine is a master of all things that go bump in the night. His Goosebumps books and television series were a touchstone for kids and young adults alike. And now, the newest example of ’90s nostalgia has Sony bringing those stories to new life in a feature film. The Goosebumps film comes screaming into theaters everywhere this October, and now a new international version of the trailer has hit the web.

Faith-based drama in tight race with 'Straight Outta Compton' at box office The faith-based drama War Room earned an estimated $3.875 million on Friday, putting it slightly ahead of reigning box-office champ Straight Outta Comptom, which grossed an estimated $3.83 million. Directed by Alex Kendrick, War Room was torn apart by critics (the film...

"It's really important to me that Cap never finds out about this." Marvel's Ant-Man doesn't hit theaters in Japan until September 19th, so to get ready for its impending release, Walt Disney Studios Japan has officially released an HD clip from the Peyton Reed-directed film showing off that awesome fight scene between two of the newest Avengers: Paul Rudd's Ant-Man and Anthony Mackie's Falcon.

Can 'Straight Outta Compton' Pull Off 3rd Box Office Win in a Row? Universal's 'Straight Outta Compton' eyes its third straight box office win, going up against 'No Escape' and 'We Are Your Friends'.

Man Stabbed After ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Screening Altercation An altercation during a screening of “Straight Outta Compton” led to a stabbing outside an Orange, Calif., movie theater on Monday. A spokesman for the Anaheim Police Department told TheWrap on Tuesday that the victim, a man in his mid-20s, was stabbed twice in the chest in the parking lot at about 9:35 p.m., then fled seven blocks west to a gas station where a witness called 911. CBS reported that the victim became involved in an altercation during a screening of the N.W.A biopic before being attacked outside the theater.

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