The temporary shutdown of public life that’s happening amid global coronavirus conditions has led to a standstill at the box office.
With Pixar having one of their lowest openings yet, the box office experienced one of the worst weekends for this time of year in over a decade.
Pixar gets back to its tear-jerking roots with an emotionally complex modern fantasy about grief, loss, and brotherhood.
From live-action to animated to documentaries, we flip through the Academy Awards’ shorts offerings to see what we think should win.
The Seth Rogen-produced kiddie-raunch comedy starts strong, in an August that’s been largely underwhelming for the box office.
The latest Fast & Furious movie maintains a modest hold on the box office this weekend, while newcomer Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark makes a big splash for late-summer horror flicks.
Hobbs & Shaw raced into theaters last weekend and racked up a respectable box office showing, while The Farewell continued its upward trajectory.
Disney’s latest live-action remake ruled the kingdom, and other kid-friendly fare made a solid showing.
Marvel’s web-crawler predictably holds the box office, while The Farewell puts up a respectable showing for an A24 dramedy.
The box office performance of Spider-Man: Far From Home helps drag a slower movie summer out of its funk, while Toy Story 4 keeps chugging along.
Last weekend saw poor performance for the latest Conjuring flick, in a summer of diminishing returns for franchise sequels.
This weekend’s box office bode ill for Pixar’s Toy Story 4, which performed under expectations, and Child’s Play kicks off a modest opener.
Pixar’s fourth trip into the toybox opens up fascinating existential questions while maintaining its delightful core of childlike whimsy.
From the latest Marvel trailers to the upcoming Amazon/Hulu shows, the Super Bowl was a cavalcade of anticipated TV spots.
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