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‘Nobody’: Script for Potential Sequel to Bob Odenkirk Film Is in the Works

“Nobody,” the frenetic Bob Odenkirk-led action film that premiered in March, hasn’t been greenlit for a sequel, but that hasn’t stopped Derek Kolstad from beginning to work on a potential follow-up.Ilya Naishuller, who directed “Nobody,” told JoBlo in a recent interview that Kolstad, who served as screenwriter on the original film, is kicking around ideas […]

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‘Wrath of Man,’ ‘Nobody’ Lead VOD Box Office, ‘Queen Bees’ Clicks on Premium

On the surface, it might appear that little changed with home viewing this weekend. At least as far as can be told with “In the Heights” (Warner Bros.) on HBO Max. Even with theaters of great interest, unlike its disappointing gross, results at home remain a mystery.But a second glance reveals a few nuggets of […]

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With Jason Statham’s ‘Wrath of Man’ at #1, It’s Another Testosterone Weekend at the Box Office

So far, we know that the post-pandemic theatrical audiences likes testosterone action movies and animated family films. This weekend, Guy Ritchie’s “Wrath of Man” became the latest R-rated action-based film to see credible results with $8.1 million against little in the way of competition. Only in a year like this one would it reach theaters […]

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Oscar Winners Thrive on VOD Charts, but Bob Odenkirk’s ‘Nobody’ Tops Them All

Oscars ratings hit new lows, but this week’s VOD rentals tell another story. With several titles making their debuts, Oscar winners dominate the charts. The bounty could continue in upcoming weeks given the lack of theatrical availability, older audiences’ reluctance to return to theaters, and the ease of home access.That said, the dominant title is […]

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/Filmcast Ep. 615 – Nobody (Guest: Matt Goldberg from Collider.com)

David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the state of the housing market in the U.S. For the feature review, the cast plus Matt Goldberg, senior editor at collider.com, discuss Nobody, the new action-thriller starring Bob Odenkirk. Follow Matt Goldberg on Twitter. The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to […]

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‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Will Play in More U.S. Theaters Than Any Other Pandemic-Era Release

When “Godzilla vs. Kong” debuts in the U.S. on Wednesday, it will play in more theaters than “Tenet,” “Wonder Woman 1984” or any other pandemic-era release.The epic monster mashup, from Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment, is screening in more than 3,000 North American locations. That surpasses the benchmark previously held by Christopher Nolan’s time-bending sci-fi […]

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Bob Odenkirk’s Action Flick ‘Nobody’ Debuts Atop Domestic Box Office With $6.7 Million As ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Roars Overseas With A $122 Million Bow

There was plenty of good news at both home and abroad this weekend as two splashy newcomers scored impressive debuts, providing a ray of hope to the hit-starved studios just in time for the upcoming summer blockbuster season. On the domestic front, Universal’s rookie shoot-em-up Nobody, starring unlikely action hero Bob Odenkirk, came blasting out […]

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Box Office: Bob Odenkirk’s ‘Nobody’ Debuts to No. 1 as ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Roars Overseas

Bob Odenkirk, action star?It’s a premise so unexpected, so curious, that it just might have enticed audiences to watch “Nobody,” a revenge thriller that sees an otherwise unassuming Odenkirk kick ass and take names. “Nobody” debuted atop domestic box office charts, generating $6.7 million from 2,460 venues. It’s a solid but not stellar start as […]

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‘Nobody’ Tops Box Office This Weekend, but ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Is the Real Test

This was a strong box-office weekend, by current 2021 standards. “Nobody,” an R-rated thriller starring Bob Odenkirk, from the director of “Hardcore Henry,” grossed $6.7 million — about one third of the weekend’s $19 million overall total.“Nobody” is good news for Universal, which acquired the film from STX for about $10 million. The film’s A- […]

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