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Box Office: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Runs Past ‘Christopher Robin’

Tom Cruise is the clear winner at North American multiplexes this weekend with “Mission: Impossible — Fallout,” heading for a solid $35 million second weekend, estimates showed Saturday.Paramount’s second weekend of “Fallout” easily topped the launch of Disney’s live-action “Christopher Robin,” which debuted with a respectable $27 million at 3,602 screens at the low end […]

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Box Office: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Runs Past ‘Christopher Robin’

Tom Cruise is the clear winner at North American multiplexes this weekend with “Mission: Impossible — Fallout,” heading for a solid $35 million second weekend, estimates showed Saturday.Paramount’s second weekend of “Fallout” easily topped the launch of Disney’s live-action “Christopher Robin,” which debuted with a respectable $27 million at 3,602 screens at the low end […]

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‘Mission: Impossible’ Looks to Retain #1 Position Over Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’

With July coming to a close, the Summer 2018 movie season begins to wind down, yet Disney’s Christopher Robin hopes to keep the summer season alive for just a bit longer. The new release from the Mouse House will battle Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout for the weekend’s number one slot while Lionsgate’s The Spy […]

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Film Review: ‘The Darkest Minds’

A disease that wipes out 98% of the world’s children. Government roundups that send the survivors to concentration-camp-like rehabilitation facilities. Heavily armed “tracers” tasked with hunting down the few who manage to escape. Despite its PG-13 rating, “The Darkest Minds” would have been one of the darkest teen fantasy thrillers ever made — if not […]

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‘The Darkest Minds’ Review: Amandla Stenberg Shines In the Kind of Ya Film They Don’t Make Anymore (For Good Reason)

In 2015, the four-film “Hunger Games” series wrapped its billion-dollar run with one final film, the bulkily-titled “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part Two.” It may have been the lowest-grossing entry in the series, but it still managed to make over $280 million at the domestic box office, the kind of money that similar Ya […]

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‘The Darkest Minds’ Trailer: Super-Powered Teens Find Love Amid The Resistance

After directing Kung Fu Panda 2 and 3, filmmaker Jennifer Yuh Nelson is making the jump to live-action with The Darkest Minds, an adaptation of a Ya novel about kids who develop super powers and strike back against their oppressive captors. 20th Century Fox has just released a new trailer, which concentrates more on the […]

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McG Assembles Cast For Netflix Film ‘Rim of the World’

Exclusive: Jack Gore (The Kids Are Alright), Miya Cech (The Darkest Minds), Benjamin Flores Jr. (Transformers: The Last Knight), King Bach (The Babysitter), Lynn Collins (Manhunt: Unabomber), Annabeth Gish (The X-Files), and Michael Beach (Aquaman) have been tapped to star in Rim of the World, director McG’s third feature for Netflix. Zack Stentz wrote the […]

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‘Darkest Minds’ Actor Harris Dickinson Joins ‘Maleficent’ Sequel

Harris Dickinson, who will be seen in the upcoming YA adaptation The Darkest Minds, is joining Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent sequel.Dickinson joins fellow franchise newcomers Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Skrein. Elle Fanning is set to return for the follow-up to the 2014 Disney hit that grossed $758 million at the global box office.Plot details are being […]

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Film News Roundup: John Cho’s Thriller ‘Searching’ Set for Crowded August Weekend

In today’s film news roundup. John Cho’s “Searching” becomes the sixth film to open on Aug. 3, Sam Claflin’s crime thriller “The Corrupted” has started shooting and a historical sexual harrassment movie is in the works.Release DateScreen Gems has set its John Cho thriller “Searching” for an Aug. 3 release, becoming the sixth release to […]

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Fox Dates ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Sequel, Pushes ‘Alita’

Fox is making making some changes to its calender.The studio has given its Murder on the Orient Express follow-up — an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile — a Nov. 8, 2019 release. The Kenneth Branagh-backed project will go up against Disney’s holiday film comedy Nicole, starring Anna Kendrick.Moving from summer to a […]

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