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Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
Summer revenue has tumbled more than 8 percent behind 2016 in North America after a string of misses. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ opened well behind expectations this weekend after last week’s dismal start for ‘King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword.’ read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
There was no doubt heading into Mother’s Day weekend that “King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword” was going to underperform, the question was just how badly it would do. Warner Bros. tried to stir up excitement for the picture with a splashy trailer at last summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, but only Charlie Hunnam from the cast showed up, and audiences could smell the stink off a movie that had already seen its release bumped around a few times. Continue reading ‘King Arthur’ Bombs As ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ Stays On Top [Box Office] at The Playlist.
Another Marvel Studios movie has debuted in theaters, and you know what that means – Easter Egg breakdowns! Arguably, the best source of Easter Eggs is none other than YouTube’s Mr. Sunday Movies, and he’s back with a quick video breakdown of most of the Easter Eggs you’ll find in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” Of course, ‘Guardians’ writer/director James Gunn is notorious for loading his films with Easter Eggs, so the idea of finding each and every one of them is impossible. Continue reading Did You Catch All These ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ Easter Eggs? at The Playlist.
Just for a change, Marvel Studios are currently opening their gates to dump trucks of money that are being delivered to them. 15 movies in, and the company haven’t really had a true flop, and this past weekend’s “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2” looks like it’ll be one of their biggest, taking nearly $150 million in three days domestically to add to the $275 million or so it’s racked up in ten days in the rest of the world. Continue reading The Best & Worst Of ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ at The Playlist.
The movie came in 54 percent ahead of the first ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ one of the biggest growth spurts for a superhero series in recent times. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2’ Goes Interstellar; $427 Million Worldwide After Massive U.S. Opening Weekend [Box Office]
Perhaps to no one’s surprise, Marvel has another smash hit on its hands. After a strong $101 million opening last week from a few international territories, the full-blown theatrical opening weekend force of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” smashed the box office doors wide open and went interstellar. Domestically, ‘Guardians 2’ soared to an incredible $145 million debut, the 17th best opening weekend gross ever. That’s a massive 53.7% jump from the $94 million ‘Guardians 1’ opened to in 2014. Continue reading ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2’ Goes Interstellar; $427 Million Worldwide After Massive U.S. Opening Weekend [Box Office] at The Playlist.
Marvel have undoubtedly had an enormous impact on the movie world, from interlinking franchises to the prevalence of superhero movies, but maybe the most annoying copy-cat spawning innovation was their post-credit scenes. They didn’t invent them — “Airplane!,” among many others, has a doozy — and it’s not necessarily their fault. Indeed, when they began, with a surprise cameo from Samuel L. Jackson at the end of “Iron Man” nine years ago teasing a future “Avengers” team-up, it was a fun little easter egg for fans. Continue reading There Was Originally A SIXTH Post-Credits Scene To ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ at The Playlist.
The superhero sequel — which has already grossed $167 million overseas — officially kicks off the summer season at the box office. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
Although summer movies have essentially been coming to theaters since the start of FEBRUARY with “The Lego Batman Movie,” the season officially kicks off tomorrow with the release of “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.” It’ll begin a run between now and mid-August that sees hardly a week go by without the arrival of some kind of $200 million spectacular, almost always tied to a franchise of some kind. Continue reading Get Pumped For Blockbuster Season With A New Supercut Of The Movies Of Summer 2017 at The Playlist.