It’s been a couple weeks, but Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is still going strong at the box office, bringing in $16.9 million on New Year’s Day, which puts its domestic take at more than $400 million.
While it seems like everything is slowing down before the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, there’s still a lot to cover, including Taylor Swift’s big night at the American Music Awards and Frozen 2’s big weekend at the box office.
Also, audiences seem to really like Joaquin Phoenix's Joker and Kristen Stewart would like to play a gay superhero.In news that is likely more surprising than It Chapter Two's box office take, Joker—the new origin story film about Batman's nemesis—won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival this past weekend.
Also, Phil Lord and Chris Miller are going to Universal, and Batwoman is the future.The dynamic duo behind The Lego Movie and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse —Phil Lord and Chris Miller —are going to Universal Pictures.
The latest hit to come from the factory: Pixar's Toy Story 4 , which nabbed $118 million at the box office in North America this weekend. Not only is Netflix releasing a new prequel to the 1982 fantasy classic The Dark Crystal , the series will have an accompanying comic book as well.
Thor: Ragnarok costars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson star in Men in Black: International. Today, we've got some sad news from the box office and some good news about Steven Spielberg's West Side Story movie.
First up, Disney's Aladdin had a pretty big weekend at the box office. Also, Netflix picked up a couple of big movies at the Cannes Film Festival, and there might be another Alien prequel coming.
The third John Wick movie topped the US box office this weekend. There’s also another movie based on Mortal Kombat coming and a new trailer for Westworld . It was bound to happen sometime, and this past weekend Avengers: Endgame was finally bested at the box office.
Also, Avengers: Endgame is still dominating the box office, and we have new trailers for HBO's Watchmen series and It Chapter Two . First up, some good news for Star Trek fans who live outside the US: Amazon has picked up the rights to the upcoming Jean-Luc Picard spinoff series currently in the works.
James Cameron congratulated the Avengers: Endgame team for breaking his Titanic box-office record. Star Wars and Avatar Will Be Swapping December Release Dates for a While. Of course, there may be a reason for James Cameron's graciousness to the Marvel team: They're new coworkers.
Avengers: Endgame Is Gunning for Avatar 's Box Office Record. Spider-Man: Far From Home has a new trailer and the British Royal Family has a new baby. Avengers: Endgame Might Break Avatar ’s Box Office Record.
According to the latest projections, the movie is on track to make $200-250 million in its opening weekend and online ticket retailers are struggling to keep up. If Endgame brings in more than $257.6 million, it'll beat out its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, for the biggest domestic opening weekend of all time.
It also creates what The Hollywood Reporter calls "a box office Death Star," giving the Mouse House reign over the Avatar and Kingsman franchises and bringing the X-Men into the Marvel Studios fold. Watch the New Stranger Things Trailer.
Night Shyamalan's trilogy-ending almost-superhero film Glass ruled the long-weekend box office, and Pixar lost a big director. Night Shyamalan's Glass won the box office, bringing in $47 million in North America during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend.
Ticket Masters The box office reached an all-time high in 2018 , earning nearly $12 billion in revenue in the United States alone—and eclipsing a previous record set in 2016.
Creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby may have brought the story of Black Panther to life half a century ago, but Coogler's film elevated the hero into a new pantheon, shattering box office records and becoming a cultural phenomenon for all time.
In today's installment: the Men in Black are back; To All the Boys I've Loved Before is officially a Netflix franchise; and Aquaman is doing swimmingly at the box office.Here Come the (New) Men in Black"You are the best-kept secret in the universe," notes Agent M, the newbie alien-seeker played by Tessa Thompson, in the first trailer for next summer's Men in Black International.
In today's installment: Spider-Man swings to the top of the box office; Netflix announces the actors landing fizzgigs on its forthcoming Dark Crystal prequel; and good Ol' Charlie Brown comes to Apple.Spider-Man Is the Weekend KingpinSony's delightful Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse—a hyper-crowded animated adventure featuring teen web-slinger Miles Morales—landed at No. 1 at the US box office over the weekend, nabbing $35 million, fueled by largely positive reviews.
In today's installment: Radiohead gets the "OK" from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Miley Cyrus looks into Black Mirror; and the 2019 box office results walk like a Panther.Radiohead of the ClassNext time you see Thom Yorke, give him a high-five and a Fonzie-esque "Kid AAAAA!": Radiohead are among the artists being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, alongside Janet Jackson, the Cure, Def Leppard, Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, and the Zombies.
Adult Swim Is Giving Blade Runner the Anime TreatmentThe network will be airing 13 episodes of a 2032-set spinoff—just part of a broader cultural push toward anime.Warner Bros.It’s time once again to turn on The Monitor, WIRED’s roundup of the latest in the world of culture, from box-office news to release-date announcements.
In today's installment: A new Ralph and a new Rocky dominate the holiday; Disney's Lion King trailer feels the love; and a premiere date for The Walking Dead comes alive.King RalphThe five-day Thanksgiving weekend set a new box-office record, thanks to Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet, which earned $84.5 million—or approximately 723,383 hearts—and Creed II, the Michael B.