The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for Dec 3
Check out the new poster for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel, and tune into ESPN tonight during Monday Night Football to see the brand new trailer! Then sit tight for Wednesday, where Marvel will be releasing our first (teaser) trailer for Avengers 4.
Wreck it Ralph’s sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet, is wreaking havoc at the box office in the best possible way. Ralph raked in $25.8 million in its second weekend of domestic release, for a $119.3 million 12-day total. Worldwide, Ralph has cleared $207 million. Still, Ralph posted a steep 54% drop.
Top 10 Movies at the B.O.:
- Ralph Breaks the Internet $25.8 million
- The Grinch $17.7 million.
- Creed II $16.8 million.
- Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald $11.2 million.
- Bohemian Rhapsody $8.1 million.
- Instant Family $7.2 million.
- Possession of Hannah Grace $6.5 million.
- Robin Hood $4.7 million.
- Widows $4.4 million.
- Green Book $3.9 million.
Happy Dead Day2U, an upcoming Valentine’s Day murder-comedy, has dropped a new trailer. The first film brought in $123 million, with Jessica Rothe and Israel Broussard back in action.
Why was Thanos able to take the fight so easily to Hulk in Avengers: Infinity War? The directors explain in the video above.
Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse drops December 14th, and it will be the sixth major film this year alone to feature a cameo by the legendary Stan Lee. It will be the first one released following his death at age 95 on November 12th. The filmmakers recently spoke about the scene to The Hollywood Reporter (no spoilers). “It was important to us that his character was important to the plot,” said Bob Perischetti, another member of the directing trio. “And we achieved that, his character has a key moment and gives Miles a talisman.”
Michael B Jordan tells the BBC that he thinks Sylvester Stallone will return as Rocky in Creed III. ”On the last day of filming everyone gave their wrap speech and he segued into passing the torch to me and I got really emotional really fast because I wasn’t expecting it from him whatsoever. It’s a character that he has played for 40 plus years – longer than I have been alive. It was pretty special. We’ll see what happens with ‘Creed III’. I’m pretty sure he’ll be back.”