Seen this year in the hits Transformers: The Last Knight and Daddy’s Home 2, Mark Wahlberg finishes off 2017 by working with Ridley Scott, one of cinema’s most revered filmmakers. All The Money in the World is the true account of the kidnapping of J. Paul Getty’s grandson (Charlie Plummer). Working on a seven week window, Scott replaced Kevin Spacey’s scenes as J. Paul Getty with Christopher Plummer, with Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg also reshooting their respective scenes with Plummer!
“It’s an amazing true story,” said Wahlberg who plays CIA operative Fletcher Chace in the narrative. “The movie is a great thrill ride. What a suspenseful thriller (Ridley) has created. And it’s a true story and people are going to find it fascinating.
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All The Money In The World opens December 25, 2017!
The force was strong with Star Wars: The Last Jedi, as the flick took in $220 million, an opening figure that was only surpassed by December 2015’s release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Coming in light years behind was the animated flick Ferdinand with $13.3 million. Here’s the top 10:
Don’t expect Coco to be the #1 film next week with the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but for now the animated flick is ruling the roost with an $18.3 million weekend. Justice League was #2 with $9.6 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:
1. Coco – To date, the film has made over $135 million domestically. It collects $18.3 million this weekend.
2. Justice League – $9.6 million
3. Wonder – Julia Roberts drama takes in $8.5 million and crosses the $100 million domestic mark.
4. The Disaster Artist – Acclaimed comedy-drama from director/star James Franco makes $6.4 million.
5. Thor: Ragnarok – $6.2 million
6. Daddy’s Home 2 – $6 million
7. Murder on the Orient Express – This Hercule Poirot mystery has done well domestically with over $91 million amassed. It makes $5.1 million this weekend.
8. The Star – $3.7 million
9. Lady Bird – $3.5 million
10. Just Getting Started – Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones comedy bombs with a miserable $3.2 million debut.
The critically acclaimed animated flick Coco beat Justice League for the top spot at the box office as it made $26.1 million. Justice League ($16.6 million) and Wonder ($12.5 million) rounded out the top films. The top ten:
1. Coco – $26.1 million
2. Justice League – $16.6 million
3. Wonder – Family drama headlined by Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson continues to do well with $12.5 million. To date, the feature has collected over $88 million domestically.
4. Thor: Ragnarok – Flick makes $9.7 million this weekend and it’s grossed over $816 million worldwide.
5. Daddy’s Home 2 – $7.5 million
6. Murder on the Orient Express – Hercule Poirot feature takes in $6.7 million and with just a $55 million budget, it’s collected over $210 million worldwide.
7. Lady Bird – One of this year’s most beloved films makes $4.5 million
8. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – $4.5 million
9. The Star – $4 million
10. A Bad Moms Christmas – The Bad Moms sequel is closing in on $97 million worldwide. This weekend it earns $3.4 million domestically.
Coco was the #1 movie during the Thanksgiving Day weekend (November 24-26) with a $49 million take. Justice League, which has suffered from bad reviews and poor word of mouth, was close behind with $40.7 million. Wonder had a second solid weekend with $22.3 million. Here’s this weekend’s top 10:
1. Coco – Sure to be nominated for an Oscar, this highly praised animated flick makes $49 million.
2. Justice League – $40.7 million
3. Wonder – Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson headlined flick collects $22.3 million
4. Thor: Ragnarok – $16.7 million
5. Daddy’s Home 2 – $13.2 million
6. Murder on the Orient Express – Considering it cost $55 million, the picture has done well with a $175 million gross. This weekend it takes in $13 million.
7. The Star – $6.8 million
8. A Bad Moms Christmas – $5 million
9. Roman J. Israel, Esq. – Denzel Washington flick bombs with just $4.5 million
10. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Fox Searchlight drama which will be remembered come awards season makes $4.4 million.