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‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ Trailer: Jane Austen’s Classic Meets Hordes of the Undead

28 minutes agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Jane Austen adaptations and zombie thrillers are a pretty common sight at the box office. A Jane Austen adaptation that’s also a zombie thriller, though? Now that’s not something you see every day. Directed by Burr Steers and based on...Show More Summary

‘MacGruber 2? Will Have “The Craziest” Opening Sequence

16 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

After a weak performance at the box office, a MacGruber sequel appeared out of the question. Once the film hit home video, though, the movie gained a following. It’s been five years since the first film, based on the SNL parody of MacGyver, came out, and a follow-up seems more possible than ever. Show More Summary

Watch Matt Damon Break Rules And Insult Michael Pena In Deleted Martian Clip

Last weekend, Ridley Scott's space adventure The Martian took over the box office, winning tons of praise from critics as well as moviegoers, and for good reason, it's a fantastic movie (read our review here). A new deleted scene just...Show More Summary

Disney Sets Box Office Record, Dates New Films From Marvel & Pixar

23 hours agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Newly dated films include 6 from Pixar, 6 from Marvel and 7 from Disney Studios The post Disney Sets Box Office Record, Dates New Films From Marvel & Pixar appeared first on

Keanu Reeves and Jimmy Kimmel Go ‘A Reasonable Speed’

23 hours agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Also Reeves explains why he decided not to star in 1997's box office disaster Speed 2: Cruise Control The post Keanu Reeves and Jimmy Kimmel Go ‘A Reasonable Speed’ appeared first on

Terminator Producer Admits Everyone May Not Have Loved What They Saw

The summer of 2015 brought numerous long-dormant franchises back to center stage. From Mad Max: Fury Road, to Jurassic World, nostalgia seemed to be the driving force behind box office success. However, if one film failed to recapture its franchise's former glory, it would have to be Terminator Genysis. Show More Summary

The ‘Terminator’ Franchise Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Getting a Re-Adjustment

The Terminator franchise isn’t dead – it’s resting. At least that’s the message coming out of Skydance Productions, who had to watch Terminator Genisys take a pummeling at the domestic box office this summer. Still, there’s fight left...Show More Summary

Can 'Pan' Take Down 'The Martian' at the Box Office?

Last weekend's big winner 'The Martian' faces new release 'Pan' and the expanding thriller 'The Walk' at the box office this weekend.

‘Furious 8? Director Short List: Straight Outta Compton, The Guest and The Transporter Filmmakers

This year’s Furious 7 pulled in over $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office, but Furious 8 has yet to find a director despite a release date set for April 14th, 2017. But a director for the eighth installment of the popular car heist...Show More Summary

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: One small step for man on wire, one giant leap for Martian kind

Sure, walking between the peaks of two skyscrapers is cool. But is it cooler than walking on the sandy surface of another planet? Given the choice between being transported 100-some stories off the ground and 33.9 million miles away,...Show More Summary

5 Clear Reasons The Martian Is One Of 2015's Best Movies

The news is out that audiences flocked to The Martian in droves this weekend, despite parts of the country being threatened with inclement weather. With a box office haul that almost upset Gravity's record setting October weekend two...Show More Summary

Box Office: ‘The Martian’ Blasts Off To $55 Million Opening

"The Martian" starring Matt Damon and directed by Ridley Scott opened to $55 at the U.S. box office. This was one of the highest-grossing October debuts in history.

Why 'The Martian' Stomped All Over 'The Walk' at the Box Office

On the surface, things played out as expected at the weekend box office. As analysts predicted, "The Martian" won the top spot with an estimated $55 million, coming within spitting distance of the October record set two years ago this...Show More Summary

'The Martian' Wins Big at the Box Office with $55 Million

'The Martian' comes just short of breaking the October box office record set by 'Gravity' by taking in $55 million this weekend.

Weekend Box Office: The Martian Lands A Strong Number One Debut

October is known more for horror sequels and second tier animated movies than box office hits, but in the last couple of years top shelf sci-fi entries have started replacing the likes of Jackass 3-D and Paranormal Activity 3 as the month's top openers. This weekend The Martian joined 2013's Gravity at the top of the October debut chart. Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: 'The Martian' Lands At Number One

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Box Office: The Martian Comes Close to Breaking Gravity’s October Opening

Its estimated $55 million opening weekend is still impressive The post Box Office: The Martian Comes Close to Breaking Gravity’s October Opening appeared first on

The Martian Gets Off To A Red-Hot Start At The Box Office

In my review of Sir Ridley Scott's The Martian, I called it a "summer" blockbuster that happens to drop in the prestigious autumn frame, and that it "bridges the gap between effects-driven tentpoles and Oscar-seeking human dramas." Now,...Show More Summary

The Terminator Franchise Is On Hold, Because, Of Course

After this past summer saw Terminator: Genisys meet with a less-than-enthusiastic reception at the domestic box office, the future of the franchise has been in question. As the Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring reboot of the timeline performed...Show More Summary

'Terminator' Sequels Put On Hold Indefinitely

According to the Hollywood Reporter, David Ellison of Skydance Productions has put the two "Terminator" sequels on hold indefinitely after the lackluster performance of "Terminator: Genysis" at the US box office where it only grossed $27 million domestically during its opening weekend. Show More Summary

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