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- 01/01/15--07:00: The Interview Final Red Band Trailer: Why Would You Say That?
- 12/31/14--22:59: 15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2015: From Avengers to Star Wars!
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- 01/01/15--07:00: Cinderella Trailer: Countdown to Midnight
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- 01/02/15--15:37: The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death Review: Is Sequel As Scary?
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If you thought 2008’s Rambo would be Sylvester Stallone’s final go at playing the character he originated in the '80s, you would be wrong.
The superstar tweeted his plans for the near future and they include jetting off to Philadelphia to shoot the Rocky spin-off Creed. He's going to make a gangster movie, but before then… well, let’s just see what Stallone said.
“Doing Scarpa, based on Gangster Greg Scarpa after LAST BLOOD: RAMBO.”
That’s it folks, the latest, and “last” warrior movie about John Rambo will be called Last Blood: Rambo.Of course that's a direct correlation to the first film First Blood that introduced us to Rambo.
Given the success that Stallone has had with The Expendables, we can’t blame him for heading back to the beginning to create another action flick after his Bullet to the Head didn’t do so well.
Nothing gets audiences in the seats like a familiar name and Rambo is one that lives long in Hollywood lore.
No word on details as to when filming will begin or when it will be released. But stay tuned and, in the meantime, check out where he left off and watch Rambo online.
Arguably the highlight of that Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer (amongst a ton of highlights) was when the Millennium Falcon flew across the sky and took on those fighters! Han Solo is probably one of the most popular, if not the most popular character of the original series, and the news that Harrison Ford would reprise the role in J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars sent fans into the stratosphere.
We also have heard numerous rumors about those Star Wars spin-off movies. One such rumor has us potentially discovering the origins of Yoda or perhaps the origins of Boba Fett.
But, the one that is most likely to happen -- we think -- is a look at a young Han Solo. Given the character’s wild popularity, it seems as if it's a no-brainer.
Now, who to play Han Solo?
Rumors have been flying this week that Need for Speed star Aaron Paul is eager to be involved. Now, what’s fascinating is that in these stories (reported at the fan site Making Star Wars) it isn’t clear if Paul just wants to be in the movie or if he wants to be Han Solo.
Personally, we think this casting would be a stroke of genius. There was a lightning in a bottle moment in Hollywood casting that was George Lucas having Ford as Solo. The odds of lightning striking twice in the movies, as you all know, are slim to none.
But, can you imagine Paul and his swagger tackling one of the most famous movie characters of all time? Yeah, actually we can.
Stay tuned as this story develops.
There is probably no more compelling character in the Star Wars universe than Yoda. There is no one wiser. There is no one more fierce (that fight scene!). Can you imagine a story of how Yoda became Yoda? Yeah, us too!
After all the trouble it went through to even be seen by audiences, we can see why those behind The Interview are just a little proud of their motion picture, and they should be if you read our The Interview review.
Given that it’s the last day of a year that saw the film cause all sorts of trouble, we can see why Sony has released what it's calling the “final” red band trailer for The Interview. And it is spectacular and reminds us that if you want a funny flick to witness for your New Year’s revelry, watch The Interview online.
What a fantastic idea to just put some of the craziest moments and the wildest The Interview quotes out there in a final red band trailer -- Happy New Year indeed.
Franco and Rogen team up for their latest movie together in The Interview.
We’ve told you our top 15 movie of 2014 and now it’s time to introduce our 15 most anticipated of 2015.
It should be the most blockbuster filled year for Hollywood -- that we will guarantee right now. What, with a new Star Wars movie, the Avengers sequel (watch The Avengers online to get ready!), returning to Jurassic Park and even a fresh take on Mad Max.
And what if we told you that Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg were reuniting for the first time since Saving Private Ryan in a Cold War-set thriller? Yeah, that’ll get your eager meter shooting ever higher.
The Hunger Games will close, Pixar makes up for not giving us any movies in 2014 and returns with two in 2015, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to The Terminator, Guillermo del Toro goes back to true horror with Crimson Peak and Vinnie and the boys get the big screen treatment in Entourage.
Which from the ones we mention above make our list of must-see movies of 2015? There are a few in there, and believe it or not, there are many others to discover too!
So, welcome 2015 and click through our 15 most anticipated movies of the year. What will be number one?
Our favorite characters from the Despicable 2 movies get their own flick. How did the Minions become attached to such evil? The film chronicles their journey from T-Rex sidekick through Napoleon hench-minions and arriving in New York City in the late 1960s to take up with Sandra Bullock and her evil ways. Color us yellow with excitement.
Before heading into A Most Violent Year, we have to help you in the movie-going experience. Writer-director J.C. Chandor’s (Margin Call, Lost at Sea) latest film is hardly violent at all. Yet, the threat of it permeates throughout.
Chandor’s story takes place in 1981 in New York City, which was sadly the most violent year ever recorded in the history of that great city. And our protagonist, Oscar Isaac’s Abel Morales, is the owner of a heating oil company trying his best to do right in a business that has been filled with all sorts of wrong with corruption and ties to organized crime.
Yet, this immigrant’s son is eager to make his millions legitimately so he can look his wife (Jessica Chastain) and kids in the eye each night knowing that he is an honest, hard-working embodiment of the American dream.
Forces around him make that supremely difficult and almost impossible. As you can see in the A Most Violent Year trailer, someone is hijacking his oil trucks and he is losing money faster than a tanker oil spill drains black gold into the sea. As a city drowns in violence (all of which we hear about and hardly see), even his wife seems to think that Abel is being too passive for the times.
What’s a man to do?
You can see the trouble in Isaac’s face the most as he portrays Abel and it is brilliant. We adored him for years, but with the attention he got for Inside Llewyn Davis, we could not be more thrilled to share him with the world. And now that he is cast in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he is about to become a household name. But with A Most Violent Year, the talented actor is able to go deep and live on the emotional fault lines of a man being pulled apart in many different directions.
In the hands of Isaac, Abel is someone who we pull for -- even if we tend to side with the idea of turning to violence. He knows though, an eye for an eye will eventually leave us all blind.
Chastain is also quite terrific, but is not given too much to work with. She kind of plays a variation on the Michelle Pfeiffer character you can see when you watch Scarface online. She is icy. She is driven. And again with that alluding to violence and violent people that Chandor continually teases but hardly ever shows, Chastain’s moll wife continually mentions being willing to call her father or brothers for “help.” Clearly, they’re gangsters and Abel wants nothing to do with it. But, will he be pushed so far that he has to accept their aid for the sake of continuing to provide for his family in a business landscape that is more Wild West than mild mannered Manhattan.
At the end, looking back, it seems trite to fault a film for its title. But, given the selling point of this film of it taking place in A Most Violent Year and how all of its characters circle the drain of violence, we were a little disappointed that the movie didn’t hit us over the head with the shovel we expected.
But, our A Most Violent Year review can report, that is clearly what Chandor had in mind the entire time.
The latest Cinderella trailer uses a timely theme and arrives at just the right time. And as we all know from the Cinderella fairy tale, timing is everything.
The "countdown" trailer arrives today and plays off of our New Year's Eve countdown to midnight, and also works doubly well for the classic story as well.
We all know that Cinderella has until midnight to leave the ball and get home or everything her fairy godmother has given her will turn back to the way it was. It makes us wonder, what will we do at midnight?
Cinderella is one of our most anticipated films of 2015. But is it one of our 15 most anticipated movies of 2015?
It certainly has the pedigree to be one fantastical journey.
It is based on the beloved Disney animated classic. It is directed by someone who knows a thing or two about tales like this, Kenneth Branagh. And it stars Lily James (just perfect for this role), Oscar winner Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother and Oscar nominee Helena Bonham Carter as Cinderella's fairy godmother.
Look for Cinderella in theaters March 13, 2015.
Cinderella is ready for the ball... for only 'till midnight!
Since Avengers: Age of Ultron is one of our top 15 most anticipated movies of 2015, it's only apt that we get a slew of fantastic concept images from the May 1, 2015 arriving flick.
The highlight of this package has to be our first real look at Paul Bettany as Vision. He soars! His uniform is awesome! And Bettany is the perfect guy to bring him to life.
And no matter how many times we see that Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer, it never stops giving us the chills.
Having James Spader voice Ultron is a stroke of genius and judging by everything we’ve heard from the Joss Whedon set, fans are in for an utter mind-blowing treat.
Watch The Avengers online and get ready for one of the biggest movies of 2015!
As a child growing up in the UK, Jeremy Irvine learned so much about the world of author Susan Black’s The Woman in Black. The star of The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death phoned us from England for an exclusive chat about his experiencing joining a world that is utterly legendary in his hoe country.
From the book to the play to the first The Woman in Black film starring Daniel Radcliffe, to say that this work is resonant is to underestimate its power.
Irvine (War Horse) lets us in on a rare treat he got to experience making The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, as well as his favorite horror movies and how being part of this The Woman in Black legacy may be the greatest gift of all.
Movie Fanatic: What’s your history with The Woman in Black? Did you see the film? Had you read the books?
Jeremy Irvine: The Woman in Black is a real big part of our culture in the UK. The book is a huge success. The play is one of the longest running shows in the West End. The first film was the highest grossing movie after Skyfall. We studied it in school. The first movie was wonderful and stuck with me for a long time after I saw it. There is something very haunting about the fact that it’s not just a ghost for ghost’s sake. You know everything about Jeanette Humphrey and why she came back and why she became The Woman in Black. I can feel a lot of sympathy for her for why she does what she does. I think there’ something very haunting about that. It’s very real.
Movie Fanatic: I was struck by how popular and resonant it is in the UK, you just mentioned it in the same sentence as James Bond. Why do you think that is?
Jeremy Irvine: There’s nothing cheap about the story. It feels very believable more than your average popcorn-y horror movie. It’s also about it being a woman. It’s somehow more scary than a man running around with a chainsaw. She’s much more psychologically disturbing to the reader and the audience. Also, the idea of this house that is on this island that can be only be gotten to at low tide. You’re trapped! It’s all really claustrophobic.
Movie Fanatic: When you first read the script for The Woman in Black 2, besides looking at your character, what stood out?
Jeremy Irvine: I felt that if you took the horror element out of this story, it will stand alone in the script as a drama. These characters have a strong backstory and it’s such an interesting period in our history.
Movie Fanatic: You got to do a whole heap of fantastical things in this film. What, for you, was the best?
Jeremy Irvine: I got to spend one entire day just riding around in World War II motorbike [laughs]. They had been looking for an old bike and they found one in the back of someone’s shed, all wrapped up in its original packaging from the Second World War. It had about three miles on the clock! It was beautiful. I spent one day just riding it up and down the roads there. It was extraordinary.
Movie Fanatic: When the movie hits theaters, what do you hope the reaction is? A few jumps, perhaps?
Jeremy Irvine: I hope it speaks to the audience much more than a regular old horror movie. I think it’s so much more than that. I hope it speaks to them much like the first one did. I love how the first one did that and I love how movies do that. I hope people are haunted afterwards. There’s something about horror movies that we know it’s not real. Yet, it can still make us hide behind our hands in the cinema. That’s the power of film, right there.
Movie Fanatic: Your director, Tom Harper, had so many balls in the air, it is just so impressive. What was your takeaway from your time with Tom?
Jeremy Irvine: He was like a little kid on set. That’s a trait that a lot of good directors have, this incredible sense of imagination and they want to play. A lot of times it’s easy to forget when we’re on a set and that we’re playing. We’re just playing make believe.
Movie Fanatic: What are some of your favorite horror movies?
Jeremy Irvine: The Sixth Sense and The Others.
Movie Fanatic:The Others! I’m so thrilled you mentioned that. That is one underrated scary movie!
Jeremy Irvine: It’s brilliant. She is fantastic. When I got to work with her (in The Railway Man), that was one of the things I most treasure about my life is my time with her. And I got to talk to her about The Others. It was brilliant.
See how it all got started and watch The Woman in Black online.
There is a huge hole in Hollywood this year, left by those who are no longer with us.
Some of the all-time greatest took their final bow, including Lauren Bacall, and it is very likely that we will never see the likes of those Golden Age of Hollywood stars again.
There were some losses that were utterly shocking and completely saddening. We still cannot believe that we will no longer be entertained by Robin Williams and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
They both left us way too early.
But what all the stars that passed away have in common is a body of work that will resonate forever. Hundreds of years from now, they will live on on the silver screen, or through whatever format we’re watching movies then!
As we set to close out the year that was, 2014, why not remember these stars in the best way possible and check out some of their films. Watch Catching Fire online and witness Hoffman make his The Hunger Games debut with a fantastical splash.
And when it comes to Williams, there are so many to choose from (check out our top Robin Williams movies).
But if you had to watch just one, why not see his Academy Award-winning role and watch Good Will Hunting online.
Click through and let’s tip our caps to those movie stars we lost in 2014.
Director Mike Nichols has passed away. The EGOT winner was 83.
When we first heard that they were doing a big screen version of the popular '80s TV show The Equalizer, it didn’t strike us as the most compelling Hollywood news we’ve ever heard. But, upon discovering that it would be directed by visionary helmer Antoine Fuqua and star his Training Day Oscar-winning friend Denzel Washington in the title role, well then… anticipation for this flick went through the roof.
Now The Equalizer is out on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital download and as we stated in our theatrical The Equalizer review, Denzel delivers like never before. Sure, we’ve seen Washington accomplish all kinds of greatness and even in a role kind of like this one (Man on Fire). But, there is something about his characterization of Robert McCall and even how he executes his action sequences -- it is a marvel of both performance and panache.
As teased in The Equalizer trailer, Washington is an ex-special ops military man resolved to the quiet life of working at a Home Depot-type store in Boston. There’s a problem, since his wife died, he hasn’t been able to sleep. So, armed with some of the most classic pieces of literature ever written, he heads to a local diner. It is there he meets teenage Russian prostitute Teri (a fantastic Chloe Grace Moretz). He becomes almost like a father figure to her so you can imagine when Russian gangsters put her in the hospital, all that resolution about never going back to the life of a violent soul goes right out the window.
By the mid point of The Equalizer, Washington is in a one-man war with the Russian mafia that goes all the way to Moscow.
We think this is a role custom fit for Washington’s talents as a thespian, but also as an action hero who we believe would do the right thing, even when there’s nothing but wrong all around him. And as you see when you watch Training Day online, he and Fuqua have a shorthand that works brilliantly in The Equalizer. We’re thrilled they’ll be making a second Equalizer movie and they're even re-teaming for The Magnificent Seven.
As this is so the Washington and Fuqua show, as you would imagine, the bonus features that focus on those two are at the top of the list -- especially the six behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Our favorite has to be Denzel Washington: A Different Kind of Superhero. Nothing captures what Washington does so well as the title of this featurette. And then there’s the documentary short itself. Rarely have we been given insight into not only an actor’s method of characterization, but also the painstaking choreography that goes into a fight sequence and even how it all adds up to something that completely and wholly comes out of the part of McCall. By the end of this featurette, it’ll be hard to tell where Washington ends and McCall begins.
His partner in crime in this flick gets the spotlight in the fascinating Equalizer Vision: Antoine Fuqua. This bonus feature literally makes us feel like a fly on the wall at the Boston set of the thriller -- as Fuqua works his magic we not only see it but honestly feel it as well. And as we stated earlier, Fuqua and his star are just starting to find their rhythm (which is scary in the best of ways) and seeing them truly collaborate on The Equalizer may be the film’s greatest gift.
No spoilers here, but the final sequence is an action piece that is utterly breathtaking in execution, scope and visualization. Home Mart: Taking Care of Business One Bolt at a Time is a film school lesson in how you cap off an action thriller with an action sequence that is worthy of all that came before. Too many films forget what and who they are before they conclude and The Equalizer does not do that. And that evidence is seen and makes us educated in the art of the action thriller as seen through the eyes of one of the great visionaries working today, Fuqua.
Lastly, One Man Army: Training and Fighting is a incredible look at how Washington and stunt coordinator Keith Woulard literally built a one-man army and how it would be believable that one man (especially of his age!) is so able to “equalize” the danger and bring justice to those who cannot achieve it on their own.
The latest Project Almanac trailer is here and it teases one fascinating idea.
The film is a found footage flick that chronicles a group of teenagers who have built a time machine and use it for various reasons. And all of it does not seem to add up to anything good.
If you know teens at all, do you think a time machine is the right device for that age group?
As you see in the above trailer, going back in time to win the lottery, well, that’s the least of the nefarious things they do!
Project Almanac is set to hit theaters January 30 and is from director Dean Israelite.
That first Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer was technically a teaser trailer, so when will we get the first true trailer for the sequel to The Avengers? Thanks to Marvel Entertainment’s tweet today, look for our favorite superhero conglomerate to bring us their latest look on January 12 during the first ever National Championship college football game.
“Get set for a new #Avengers #AgeOfUltron trailer Jan. 12 during the College Football Championship on @espn!,” the tweet said.
This news is hot on the heels of that impressive Avengers Age of Ultron concept art that gave us our first real look at Paul Bettany’s The Vision.
So, exactly how long do we have to wait for that puppy? Ten days? Until then, watch The Avengers online and satisfy your need for superheroes!
The Avengers meet Ultron. Wonder how this is going to go?
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death might seem like a cash grab as so many sequels can be. The Woman in Black was a mild hit in the U.S., but an enormous smash in the UK, where it came in second at the year end box office the year it arrived -- second only to Skyfall.
But, also The Woman in Black is a story that has rocked the British Isles for generations as the novel is studied in schools and the stage play is one of the longest running in West End history.
So, how does The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death hold up to its predecessor?
The first thing it has working for it is the landscape where this tale is told. The blitzkrieg attack on London during World War II was an inherently scary time for anyone living in the British capital city. As teased in The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death trailer, the film starts there as citizens of that great city endure night after night of bombings that bring it to the brink.
As such, there were thousands left orphaned and we meet a few of them as they are being escorted by Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) out of the dangerous city to a house in the country.
As anyone who has seen the first film knows immediately upon seeing the rundown estate that they all pull up to, this is one haunted house. It is the very home where Daniel Radcliffe’s lawyer in the first film had all that horror. We know the frights will begin, it is just a question of when and in what form The Woman in Black will haunt anew.
The story focuses mainly on the maternal relationship between Jean and an orphan boy named Edward (Oaklee Pendergast) who hasn’t spoken since his parents were killed in the bombings. It appears that the Woman in Black has set her sights on Edward, and if Jean has anything to say about it, she won’t get her rotting fingers on him at all.
The issue with The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death is that it takes so long to give us any kind of scares. It feels as if we are waiting forever for the meat of the mayhem to reveal itself, so by the time it finally does spook, it might be overdue for many in the audience. Sure, there are jump out of your seat moments, but they arise from some of the most cliched horror scare tactics that savvy horror fans have seen for years. No, there is no jumping cat out of a cupboard to make you shriek, but it’s close.
The Woman in Black herself is seen less so this time out than in the first film. And as such, we think that filmmakers have done the series a great disservice. She is a haunting and commanding figure and they should have utilized her so much more before the (honestly) thrilling conclusion.
In the first film, almost immediately when Radcliffe arrived at the haunting home, there were teases of terror around every corner that built up to some satisfyingly shiver-worthy scares. Unfortunately, our The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death review can report, they never really arise in the follow-up.
It is an interesting premise, but sadly misses the mark in execution. It has moments of being riveting and haunting, but they don’t completely add up as they should.
Watch The Woman in Black online and see how scary this franchise can be.
Marvel has released a true teaser in the purest sense of the word for Ant-Man. Usually the “teaser” trailer gives us a preview of what we’re going to see from the full length trailer when it debuts.
But today, Marvel’s Ant-Man revealed an “ant-sized” teaser trailer that is truly a tease because it is so small, all it does is have us dreaming of seeing the real deal when it premieres.
So, when is that?
Marvel will unveil the trailer for Ant-Man on January 6 during the world premiere of their latest show, Marvel’s Agent Carter.
Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly and Corey Stohl.
Look for Ant-Man July 17, 2015.
It’s a new year and that means a whole new slate of films. And judging by our top 15 most anticipated movies of 2015, it could be the best year in cinematic history.
But it has to start somewhere and that somewhere is right now in January.
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars have films arriving this month, including Johnny Depp, Chris Hemsworth, Liam Neeson and Nicole Kidman.
Watch The Woman in Black online and you’ll be ready for the sequel to that Daniel Radcliffe-starring flick that hits this month as well.
So, you ready to start the best movie year ever?
Click through and check out what’s coming our way in January.
The follow up to the Daniel Radcliffe horror flick takes place as London is being bombed in World War II. A group of orphans is taken to a countryside home and it's that Woman in Black house! Wonder if they'll stay? Look for it January 2.
In the last several years, the institution that is the Super Bowl commercial has become the landscape for the arrival of some of the year’s biggest trailers. It looks like from our first Super Bowl trailer confirmation, that trend is continuing in 2015.
Yup, Jurassic World has been confirmed by Universal as having bought a spot during the most watched television sporting event of the year, Super Bowl XLIX.
The big game features the winner of the AFC battling the NFC on February 1, but our Movie Fanatic eyes will be all about those movie trailers.
We adored that first Jurassic World trailer and it is one of our top 15 most anticipated movies of 2015. Chris Pratt, coming off his stellar year in 2014 with The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy, stars in the film that takes place two decades after the park has opened.
It is being run by Bryce Dallas Howard and even though things are going swimmingly and visitors are coming from all over the globe, she and her scientific team at Jurassic World do something totally not so smart.
They invent a new dinosaur. Yup, wonder how that is going to go?
Look for Jurassic World in theaters June 12. It also stars Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, BD Wong (reprising his role from the original), Judy Greer and Vincent D’Onofrio.
Watch Jurassic Park online and get ready for the big teaser landing during the big game!
Who is that next to Chris Pratt? Why, it's a Raptor!
We all know from what Robert Downey Jr. said that there will not be an Iron Man 4 featuring him as Tony Stark, aka the title hero. Sure, we’ll see Downey as Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War as well as Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2.
But, from what we’re hearing, there could be an Iron Man 4 and it could feature someone else donning the iconic red and gold suit. Who, you ask? Well, you’ve already met him actually.
The scene stealer from Iron Man 3... remember Ty Simpkins? He played the Tennessee boy who had great chemistry with Downey and was one of many highlights in that successful Shane Black written and directed smash hit.
We’ve heard rumblings that Simpkins could be the new Iron Man in a film that could arrive after the last chapter of The Avengers: Infinity War Part 2.
So, if you’re doing the math -- that would be late 2019. Currently, Simpkins is 13, so he would be 18 for an Iron Man 4. And if Marvel is looking to have the franchise head into a long future, having an actor of that age would all but guarantee some serious longevity.
Up next for the potential Iron Man of the future is Jurassic World, due this summer. Stay tuned for more on this story as we think there is no way that Marvel will let Iron Man fade away.
Until then, check out Downey and Simpkins and watch Iron Man 3 online.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron logo. The sequel to The Avengers lands May 1, 2015.
When Marty McFly went into the future in Back to the Future Part II, the year he arrived was 2015.
So, now that the calendar has changed from 2014 to 2015, what exactly did that '80s movie get right?
What technology did filmmakers think we would be using in the future that our present tells us was spot-on?
Sure, we adore those Back to the Future Part II quotes, but what we marveled at was the future, as seen in the mid-'80s.
OK, so we don’t have hover boards yet, but that can’t be far off.
Click through and see what the film got right about the future that is now our present and then watch Back to the Future Part II online and relive the magic!
The Apple watch, Google glasses and supposedly the Facebook Oculus Rift weâ€™re getting later this year all use wearable technology. Nice going, Back to the Future Part II.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies went three-for-three and won the box office battle for the third consecutive week. Those The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies quotes have been quite resonant as the Peter Jackson film has now passed the coveted $200 million gross mark domestically.
The first full weekend of the New Year only saw one new film arrive, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death. The sequel to the Daniel Radcliffe-starring horror flick had to be content with a fourth place debut as two Christmas releases took the second and third place spots.
Second found the musical Into the Woods, which added another $19.1 million to bring its total to $91.2 million, and the third place movie was Unbroken as its $18.4 million brought the Angelina Jolie-directed true story to a cume of $87.8 million.
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death banked $15.1 million in its debut fame, with the top five closed out by Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. The Ben Stiller flick earned $14.5 million for a total two-plus week take of $89.7 million.
Weekend Box Office Top 10:
1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, $21.9
2. Into the Woods, $19.1
3. Unbroken, $18.4
4. The Woman in Black 2: The Angel of Death, $15.1
5. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, $14.5
6. Annie, $11.4
7. The Imitation Game, $8.1
8. Mockingjay Part 1, $7.7
9. The Gambler, $6.3
10. Big Hero 6. $4.8
From the look on his face, what Gandalf is seeing is not so good.
We have to admit, that Ant-Man ant-sized teaser trailer was a nice gimmick. Way to get your fan base excited for your smallest superhero to date, Marvel!
But, we kind of wanted to see what was going on there!
Clearly you read our minds here at Movie Fanatic as we’ve gotten our hands on the “human sized” Ant-Man teaser trailer that previews the full length trailer that is set to arrive January 6 during the premiere of Marvel’s Agent Carter.
Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly (star of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies), Michael Douglas and Corey Stohl.
Stay with us as we bring you the Ant-Man trailer as soon as it premiers!
We could not be more excited for the July 17 arriving flick, the first to feature the founding member of The Avengers.
Speaking of them, watch The Avengers online.