A Quiet Place regained the top spot in its third weekend with $22 million as it narrowly beat out Dwayne Johnson’sRampage which came in at #2 with $21 million. Directed by John Krasinski, A Quiet Place has made over $207 million worldwide. Amy Schumer’s latest comedy I Feel Pretty debuted at #3 with $16.2 million. Here’s the top 10:
A Quiet Place – $22 million
Rampage – The $120 million budgeted action spectacle makes $21 million in its second weekend. Flick has amassed over $283 million worldwide.
I Feel Pretty – Amy Schumer’s latest makes $16.2 million.
Super Troopers 2 – Comedy debuts with a $14.7 million weekend. It’s a solid weekend considering the movie cost $13.5 million.
Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare – Scare pic starring Lucy Hale takes in $7.9 million.
Ready Player One – Steven Spielberg directed adventure collects $7.5 million. Domestically it’s made over $126 million.
Blockers – John Cena comedy rakes in $6.9 million
Black Panther – Marvel film continues to rake in the dough with $4.6 million
Traffik – Paula Patton and Omar Epps thriller debuts with $3.87 million.
Amy Schumer and Tom Hopper star in I FEEL PRETTY. Photo Credit: Mark Schafer
With 2015’s hit feature Trainwreck and the acclaimed series Inside Amy Schumer as part of her body of work, Amy Schumeris one of Hollywood’s most talented artists. The new comedy I Feel Pretty, while offering its share of laughs, also aims to pull at the heart strings but, more importantly, inspire confidence for people who need the proverbial kick in the butt.
Directed and penned by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, the narrative centers on Renee Bennett (Schumer), a woman who’s insecure about her looks. After an accident during a SoulCycle class, Renee sustains a head injury that actually helps her see herself as absolutely beautiful. This self-confidence leads her to pursue a job at a beauty company that’s supervised by socialite Avery LeClaire (Michelle Williams) and also positively impacts her love life.
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Director James Gunn is getting out ahead of the inevitable questions. Speaking on his Facebook page, Gunn stated that he will return to write and direct a third installment in the Guardians of the Galaxy series. The second installment is set to arrive May 5.
After Robin Williams‘ scene-stealing role, it may be hard to imagine anyone else in the role of the Genie in Aladdin, but a new live action version of the animated favorite from Disney may have found their man. According to Deadline, Will Smith is in talks for the role.
HBO Films is preparing an adaptation of the popular book Fahrenheit 451 and according to Deadline, two of the central characters have been cast. Michael B. Jordan will star as the young fireman Montag, who forsakes his world, battles his mentor Beatty (Michael Shannon) and struggles to regain his humanity.
Riz Ahmed has joined the cast of The Sisters Brothers, a film that centers on a pair of brothers who are hired to kill a prospector who stole from their boss. Set in the 1850s, Variety reports that the movie also stars Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Rosamund Pike has been tapped to play American reporter Marie Colvin in a still untitled film. Colvin, who lost her left eye in 2001 and wore a distinctive eye patch, worked primarily in conflict zones like Chechnya, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka. The reporter died in 2012 during a rocket attack while covering the civil war in Syria.
Amy Schumer has signed on to star in I Feel Pretty. Deadline reports that the script was written by and will be directed by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein. The storyline is being kept under wraps.
Guillermo del Toro‘s Cold War drama The Shape of Water now has a Dec. 8 release date. The fantasy adventure film stars Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Lauren Lee Smith, Michael Stuhlbarg and Octavia Spencer.
Deadline reports that David Oyelowo has signed on for Only You, a thriller written and directed by Mean Creek‘s Jacob Estes. The film is expected to be a time travel thriller.
Move over Eddie Murphy, there’s a new doctor in town. Variety reports that Robert Downey Jr. will take on the popular role of Dr. Dolittle in the upcoming film The Voyage of Dr. Dolittle. Stephen Gaghan will direct the film, which finds Downey in the titular role as the doctor with a knack for being able to communicate with animals.
Could we sell you on a film starring Kyle Chandler and Jason Bateman as siblings? Deadline reports that Game Night stars Chandler as Brooks, the more successful brother of Max (Bateman), who end up getting entangled in a real-life murder mystery during a gathering of couples. Rachel McAdams, Jesse Plemons, Kylie Bunbury and Lamorne Morris have also been cast in the film, which is being created by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.
Steve Carell, Amy Schumer and Nicole Kidman have all signed on for She Came to Me. Deadline describes the film, written and directed by Maggie’s Plan director Rebecca Miller, as a comedic dramedy set in the world of contemporary opera and tug boats that cuts into the layer cake of American society with wit and heart.
Speaking of Amy Schumer, the actress-comedian has bowed out her plans to star in a live action film about the popular doll Barbie. Scheduling issues came into play, but Schumer has expressed her enthusiasm of the movie making it to the big screen.
Deadline reports that Kristen Wiig is in negotiations to star in Richard Linklater‘s upcoming film, Where’d You Go, Bernadette? The film centers on a once famous architect who becomes a recluse, so much so that when she disappears, her husband and 15-year-old daughter conduct a search to determine her whereabouts. Wiig would play a high strung neighbor of Bernadette’s in the film
Karl Urban, Sofia Vergara and Andy Garcia have all been cast in Bent, a new film written and directed by Bobby Moresco. According to Deadline, the film follows discredited narcotics detective Danny Gallagher (Urban), who is out for revenge agains the man who framed him and killed his partner. Vergara stars as a ruthless government agent whose motives are unclear, while Garcia is Gallagher’s lifelong mentor who has fought corruption throughout his career.
Oscar-winner Brie Larson is now attached to star in Victoria Woodhull for Amazon Studios. The Room thespian will play the titular suffragette, who became the first female candidate to run for the presidency of the United States. Larson will also serve as a producer on the film.
Chris Evans, soon to be seen in Gifted, is set to star in Red Sea Diving Resort. Deadline reports that the Gideon Raff-directed drama revolves and the transport of Ethiopian Jews to Israel in 1981, with Evans playing the Israeli agent Ari Kidron who assembled the tame to help with the exodus on the ground.
Tika Sumpter, who turned heads as a young Michelle Obama in Southside With You, has joined the cast of The Old Man and the Gun. The film centers on a police officer (Casey Affleck) who becomes fascinated with a career bank robber (Robert Redford) with a history of prison breaks and the commitment from a woman who loves him despite his profession. Sumpter will star as Affleck’s wife in the film. Danny Glover and Sissy Spacek have also been cast in the movie.
Issa Rae, the breakout star of HBO’s Insecure, has landed a role opposite Bill Hader in the new film Empress of Serenity. Hader plays a man named Sheldon whose attempts to woo back his ex-wife get derailed when his widowed father guilts him into a cruise. Rae plays Michelle, a reclusive kindred spirit who both aids and becomes an obstacle in Hader’s plans.
Julianne Nicholson, Emma Roberts and Zachary Quinto have all joined the cast of Who We Are. Deadline reports that Matthew Newton is directing the film, which centers on convicted felon (Nicholson) who strikes up an alliance with a public defender (Roberts) that comes in handy when she decides to try to get back the son she lost when she went to prison for manslaughter.
Edward James Olmos has joined the cast of the upcoming Predator reboot. Shane Black, who helped pen the original film decades ago, will be directing the movie, which stars Boyd Holbrook, Sterling K. Brown, Trevante Rhodes, Olivia Munn, Keegan-Michael Key and Jacob Tremblay among others.
Mike Epps and Bruce Willis are set to star in Acts of Violence, their second film together in the past year. The action flick centers on vigilante brothers who infiltrate a human trafficking ring to free a loved one. Cole Hauser, Shawn Ashmore, Sophia Bush and Melissa Bolona also star in the film.
Variety reports that Nicolas Winding Refn is set to produce a remake of the 1988 cult classic, Maniac Cop. The film would be set in present day and would focus on one cop’s attempt to uncover the truth about one of her fellow officer’s role in the murders of several innocent people.
The Libertine is on hold! According to director Brett Ratner, the film about a 2011 incident involving French politician Dominique Strauss, has been put on hold while star Johnny Depp deals with events in his personal life. Ratner told EW, “That was a movie I was going to direct next. I put it on hold. Johnny had some issues with his divorce and stuff. So we pushed it off. There’s another movie I’m going to direct. I’m hoping in 2017. I’m very excited about that. I know what it is but don’t want to say what it is yet.”
Denise Richards and Mischa Barton have signed on to star in the horror film The Toybox. The supernatural thriller centers on a family on a cross-country trip who get stranded in the desert by a force that is slowly picking them off. According to Deadline, Richards plays the mother of the family, while Barton is another traveler who gets caught up in the carnage.
One of the only movie drawbacks from 2016 was the lack of an Amy Schumer vehicle. After the success of 2015’s Trainwreck, Schumer is back with the comedy Snatched. This time out, she’s paired with comedy queen Goldie Hawn who hasn’t done a movie since 2002’s The Banger Sisters.
The story centers on Emily (Schumer), a thirtysomething woman whose getting over a recent break-up (Randall Park plays her ex). She takes her mother (Hawn) on a spontaneous trip to Ecuador and what begins as a fun in the sun vacation devolves into something entirely different. The pair are kidnapped and must use their wits and survival instincts to make it through another day. The script was penned by Katie Dippold, whose successful screenwriting career includes The Heat and Ghostbusters (she’s also signed to pen The Heat 2). Jonathan Levine, the director behind the zombie comedy Warm Bodies and the Joseph Gordon-Levitt dramedy 50/50, is behind the camera.
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