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MidWk Update: Wonder Woman 84 Release Date has Changed

3.25.2020 Hello, again y’all…Got some news about Wonder Woman 84 from the director herself Patty Jenkins, via her Twitter account. It looks like the release date for the upcoming DC film has changed. August 14, 2020, is the date. More info from Mr. H Reviews… Honestly, this is great music to my ears. I’m disappointed about Black Widow, no word yet on when the new release date is on that. I would rather go to a theater and see the movie and it will happen. In the meantime, since we are still in our social distancing, isolating ourselves at home, I thought these videos from WatchMojo and WatchCulture will do.   Comforting isn’t it? More to come this weekend, enjoy your Wednesday, be healthy, be safe, be blessed!   Featured image: Insider  

No Box Office Updates…for Now

3.23.2020 Hello and Good Morning! With the closer of theaters across the nation and pretty much around the world, in the midst of this COVID-19 epidemic, the domestic and international box office has taken a big hit.  So for the time being until this mess is all cleared up, there will be no box office stats or updated for now.  Let’s not get depressed, it will get better! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽   Featured image: unknown  

Box Office March 13-15, 2020

3.16.2020 Hello all! The box office is taking a hit with the Coronavirus, which is a bummer. Here is what the list looks like, courtesy of IMDb. Credit source: IMDb Top Box Office (US)   Weekend of March 13 – 15, 2020   Title Weekend Gross Weeks   Onward $10.5M $60.3M 2   I Still Believe $9.5M $9.5M 1   Bloodshot $9.3M $10.5M 1   The Invisible Man $6.0M $64.4M 3   The Hunt $5.3M $5.8M 1   Sonic the Hedgehog $2.6M $145.8M 5   The Way Back $2.4M $13.4M 2   The Call of the Wild $2.2M $62.1M 4   Emma. $1.4M $10.0M 4   Bad Boys for Life $1.1M $204.3M 9   Reported by Box Office Mojo © 2020   Until next time! Enjoy the rest of your Monday, be healthy, safe, and blessed.     Featured image: Disney’s Pixar

Box Office March 6 – 8, 2020

3.9.2020 Good Morning! Box office results for March 6-8, courtesy of IMDb. Credit source: IMDb Top Box Office (US)   Weekend of March 6 – 8, 2020   Title Weekend Gross Weeks   Onward $40.0M $40.0M 1   The Invisible Man $15.2M $52.7M 2   The Way Back $8.5M $8.5M 1   Sonic the Hedgehog $8.0M $140.8M 4   The Call of the Wild $7.0M $57.5M 3   Emma. $5.0M $6.9M 3   Bad Boys for Life $3.1M $202.0M 8   Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn $2.2M $82.6M 5   Impractical Jokers: The Movie $1.8M $9.7M 3   My Hero Academia – Boku no hîrô akademia THE MOVIE – Heroes: Rising – Hîrôzu: Raijingu $1.5M $12.7M 2   Reported by Box Office Mojo © 2020     Featured image: unknown

Box Office Feb. 28 – March 1 ,2020

3.2.2020 Happy Monday and Good Morning! Got the result from Erik Childress of Rotten Tomatoes about the recent box office. The Invisible Man is the new film topping the box office with $29m, Sonic the Hedgehog drops to second place with $16m, while The Call of the Wild has $13.20m. Here are the rest of the films listed… Credit source: Rotten Tomatoes THE FULL TOP 10: FEBRUARY 28 – MARCH 1 The Invisible Man (2020)  90% – $29.00 million ($29.00 million total) Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)  64% – $16.00 million ($128.20 million total) The Call of the Wild (2020)  62% – $13.20 million ($45.80 million total) My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (2020)  91% – $5.10 million ($8.40 million total) Bad Boys for Life (2020)  77% – $4.30 million ($197.30 million total) Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020)  78% – $4.10 million ($78.70 million total) Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020)  29% – $3.50 million ($6.60 million total) 1917 (2020)  89% – $2.60 million ($155.70 million total) Brahms: The Boy II (2020)  10% – $2.50 million ($9.70 million total) Fantasy Island (2020)  10% – $2.30 million ($24.00 million total)   Until the next box office results…   Featured image: unknown  

Box Office Feb. 21-23, 2020

2.24.2020 Hello and Good Afternoon! The final week of February 2020 is here and we’re starting off with what films did well at the box office, courtesy of IMDb. Sonic is at the top again! Top Box Office (US)   Weekend of February 21 – 23, 2020   Title Weekend Gross Weeks   Sonic the Hedgehog $26.3M $106.6M 2   The Call of the Wild $24.8M $24.8M 1   Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn $7.0M $72.5M 3   Brahms: The Boy II $5.9M $5.9M 1   Bad Boys for Life $5.9M $191.2M 6   1917 $4.4M $152.0M 9   Fantasy Island $4.2M $20.2M 2   Gisaengchung $3.1M $48.9M 20   Jumanji: The Next Level $3.0M $311.0M 11   The Photograph $2.8M $17.6M 2   Reported by Box Office Mojo © 2020b     If you’ve seen some of the films on the list, let us know if you liked it or not. Enjoy the rest of your Monday, be blessed.     Image source: Itl.cat

Box Office Top Ten

2.17.2020 Hi and Good Morning! A new addition has been added. Every Monday, Box Office Top Ten will have information on the top films dominating the box office, courtesy of IMDb. Credit source: IMDb Top Box Office (US)   Weekend of February 14 – 16, 2020   Title Weekend Gross Weeks   Sonic the Hedgehog $57.0M $57.0M 1   Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn $17.1M $59.3M 2   Fantasy Island $12.4M $12.4M 1   The Photograph $12.3M $12.3M 1   Bad Boys for Life $11.3M $181.3M 5   1917 $8.1M $144.4M 8   Jumanji: The Next Level $5.7M $305.7M 10   Gisaengchung $5.5M $43.2M 19   Dolittle $5.1M $70.5M 5   Downhill $4.7M $4.7M 1   Reported by Box Office Mojo© 2020     Featured and other images: Wallpaper Play & IMDb   

Film News…

2.10.2020 I am so late with this, I know. At first, I wasn’t going to put this together, but then I thought, why don’t you? So I did. The BAFTAs, or British Academy of Film and Television had their awards ceremony last weekend. Here is the list of the winners. Then we have box office news, courtesy of IMDb and Box Office Mojo, and a film review from Mr. H Reviews.  Credit source: CNN Best Film “1917” *WINNER “The Irishman” “Joker” “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” “Parasite” Outstanding British Film “1917” “Bait” “For Sama” “Rocketman” “Sorry We Missed You” “The Two Popes” Best Director Sam Mendes (“1917”) *WINNER Martin Scorsese (“The Irishman”) Todd Phillips (“Joker”) Quentin Tarantino (“Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood”) Bong Joon-ho (“Parasite”) Leading Actress Jessie Buckley (“Wild Rose”) Scarlett Johansson (“Marriage Story”) Saoirse Ronan (“Little Women”) Charlize Theron (“Bombshell”) Renée Zellweger (“Judy”) *WINNER Leading Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (“Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood”) Joaquin Phoenix (“Joker”) *WINNER Adam Driver (“Marriage Story”) Taron Egerton (“Rocketman”) Jonathan Pryce (“The Two Popes”) Supporting Actor Tom Hanks (“A …