The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for Oct 1, 2018
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish’s Night School took the top spot at the weekend box office. Last weekend’s top movie The House With a Clock in Its Walls fell to third with $12.5 million and A Simple Favor fell two spots to fourth with $6.6 million.
1. Night School $28 million
2. Smallfoot $23 million
3. The House With a Clock in Its Walls $12.5 million
4. A Simple Favor $6.6 million
5. The Nun $5.4 million
6. Hell Fest $5.1 million
7. Crazy Rich Asians $4.2 million
8. The Predator $3.7 million
9. White Boy Rick $2.4 million
10. Peppermint $1.8 million
How many of you are already holding up your sonic screwdrivers in anticipation for the new Doctor?
The lead architect and producer of the Star Wars franchise has renewed her contract and will remain in place as president of the division for another three years, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Kathleen Kennedy took control of Lucasfilm after Disney bought it from George Lucas for $4 billion in 2012. The latest four Disney/Star Wars films have grossed almost $4.5 billion worldwide, and ancillary and merchandising have brought in billions more. Her reign has not been without controversy: Kennedy has had to replace directors on two films in production or post.
A “really big” announcement out of the budding Walking Dead universe is imminent, teased the brand’s Chief Content Officer Scott Gimple, following spinoff Fear The Walking Dead‘s season finale. “We’re gonna have a family meeting, all of the Walking Dead fans — people who haven’t watched the show, people who are going to watch the show — we’re gonna talk about something really big soon.”
The boys are back! Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are Holmes And Watson – only in theaters this Christmas.
ComicBook.com confirms that Venom has not just one, but two, post-credits scenes. While we won’t get into exactly where these scenes fall in Venom‘s credits sequence, much less what the scenes are, audiences can rest assured that there is a reason to stay in their seats.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently filming, with pics & video starting to leak from the set, including footage of Jake Gyllenhaal as the villain Mysterio.
Final scenes from Spider-Man: Far from Home in Liberec, now the end of filming pic.twitter.com/D9SNaHSBJk
— Martin Knap (@CZMARTY7) September 30, 2018