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East Coast Editor Edward Douglas takes an early look at the box office prospects of what should be one of the year’s biggest blockbusters, and whether it will it do as well or better than Black Panther.
Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane , out next week, and John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place are two examples of filmmakers you wouldn’t expect to play in the horror playground finding it to be a great way to connect with moviegoers.
The directorial debut by visual FX artist Matthew Santoro (Fantastic Four) stars Ron Eldard as a man who gains superpowers after being the subject of a mad scientist’s experiments.
Faith-based film I Can Only Imagine might pull off a surprise fourth place win over Fox’s Love, Simon, as both receive positive responses from audiences.
Marielle Heller directed the film, which tells the true story of bestselling celebrity biographer Lee Israel, who turned to forging letters once she was no longer able to get published.
The guys also recap the Oscars and SXSW, delve into the latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity WarFear remake in the works at Universal.
Johnson’s third movie with Central Intelligence and Skyscraper director Rawson Marshall Thurber will come out in the summer of 2020, but the Sundance hit will be released this summer.
The film, which just premiered at SXSW and opens in select cities and On Demand April 13, also stars Brad Dourif (the voice of Chucky in Child’s Play) and Liv Tyler.
Written by writing partners Leon Hendrix and Ajani Jackson, the script is set in 1960s Chicago and deals with an attempt to destroy the Civil Rights movement from the inside.
Tickets go on sale today for Marvel Studios’ anticipated summer kick-off film directed by Joe and Anthony Russo.
Nine months after its premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival, IFC Midnight has unleashed the violent thriller, which has been well-received by genre fans and critics alike. After all, how many genre movies rate 92 percent fresh on Rotten Tomatoes?
Warner Bros’ video game reboot and Greg Berlanti’s coming-out comedy Love, Simon will try to keep Marvel’s latest from becoming the first film since Avatar to achieve that milestone.
The new project from the writer/director of Me and You and Everyone We Know will begin filming in late May with July once again starring in it.
The festival made stars out of directors Kay Cannon (Blockers), Julia Hart (Fast Color) and the Prospect team of Zeek Earl and Christopher Caldwell.
Baltasar Kormákur directed the romantic survival drama, which STX will release on June 1.
“The script by Geneva Robertson-Dworet & Alastair Siddons is largely functional, built with a sort of A-B-C plodding literal-mindedness that never really swept me away like a great adventure movie can, but there are some good choices in the film — including its leading lady,” writes Drew McWeeny.