Daddy's Home 2 (2017)
Last November, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell reunited for the sequel to Daddy's Home, aptly dubbed 2, with idea that their characters had finally put their differences aside and were gearing up for the holidays. Of course, holidays mean family visits and the duo would soon find out that their on-screen father's played by Mel Gibson and John Lithgow would be making a (un)welcome appearance.
Daddy's Home 2 will release on Blu-Ray/DVD/4K Digital on February 20, 2018, but if you're the type of person that just can't wait, Paramount Pictures plans on releasing the Digital version of the sequel on February 6, 2018!
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Number 20 on the list goes to Ghost in the Shell, which is holding strong as the best of the worst movies of 2017 with a 46% rating over at Rotten Tomatoes. The movie was pretty much
On Tuesday, the 46-year-old actor tweeted out his family Christmas card, which featured him shirtless by the pool.
Wahlberg casually posed in a colorful swim trunks for the pic, alongside his wife, Rhea Durham, and their four children, Ella Rae, 14, Michael, 11, Brendan, 9, and Grace, 7.
The card also features a message of "hope, faith and love."
"Thankful for God's many blessings," reads the note. "Best wishes, the Wahlberg family."
The Wahlberg family Christmas card.
In between, 2017 offered up so many wonderful movies that the impending awards season is shaping up to be -- you guessed it -- truly unpredictable. There were other movies that were definitely...choices. (The Accountant? Fifty Shades Darker? The Emoji Movie?) Below, we look back at some of the best, worst and weirdest moments of the year that was.[p
Scott, Plummer, and some of the cast, including Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams, sat down with Et's Kevin Frazier at the film's junket on Sunday to reveal how they pulled off the whirlwind switch, and why Scott was immediately on board with the idea.
The Alien: Convenant director said he recognized a shift in the Hollywood landscape as soon as the Harvey Weinstein allegations came out, and decided when accusations against Spacey were revealed, he had to move fast.
"I knew as soon as they hit Kevin it was going to blow wide open and I contacted my partners and said, 'We should recast this right now. We shoot right now, we'll be out the
The $220 million opening weekend is still much higher than projections, with many box office analysts predicting a $200 million domestic debut, and $425 million worldwide. The movie ended up exceeding both those projections, with $220 million domestic and an additional $230 million in foreign markets for a worldwide total of $450 million,
The report from Forbes reveals that to determine the "most overpaid actor," they looked at the last three films each actor starred in, prior to June 1, 2017, excluding "animated films,
While the $220.7 million mark is still more than enough to claim the top box office opening of 2017, it still falls $20.2 million short of the all-time record, $247.9 million set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While the full review embargo has yet to break, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere reactions have been exceedingly positive,
As of now Coco, which explores the Land of the Dead, has taken in $135.5 million thus far at the domestic box office, and with an additional $254 million from international markets, it has brought the global total up to $389.5 million. No budget figures were given for Coco, but it's a surefire hit with critics, earning an impressive 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Richard Donner was recently on the Spocklight Star Trek podcast, and the conversation got to talking about the Lethal Weapon franchise, around the 41 minute mark, to the possibility of a Lethal Weapon 5. Which is when Donner revealed some pretty exciting news. The director had this to say.
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Weekend Box Office (Dec 1-3)
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1. Coco $26.1 (cum. $108.6)
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Coco dropped just 46.8% in its second weekend, remaining in 3,987 theaters and pulling in a $6,550 per-screen average, bringing its domestic total to $108.6 million. The movie has pulled in an additional $171.3 million, including a Mexican box office record of $54.4 million, becoming the biggest Mexican movie of all time, beating the record held by The Avengers from 2012. While it remains to be seen how big this movie will become at the domestic box office,
The animated Pixar film Coco was on top of the box office this week for the second week in a row, solidifying its position as the biggest hit of the early winter season. Justice League, which had hoped to hold that title, continued to lag behind, earning just $16.6 million in its third weekend of release.
Via The Hollywood Reporter.
There may not have been any new nationwide releases on the proverbial marquee, but an animated film about the popular Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos and major action at the specialty box office resulted in anything but a disastrous weekend at the box office.
Disney and Pixar's Coco continued to make magic in its second weekend, grossing a strong $26.1 million from 3,987 theaters for a 10-day North American total of $108.7 million and $280 million globally. In China, the family
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