At Sony’s CinemaCon presentation in Las Vegas, Sony Motion Pictures chairman Tom Rothman revealed that 2017’s surprise blockbuster “Jumanji” will be getting a sequel to premiere Christmastime of next year. Rothman acknowledged that the release date would pit it against “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which is set to premiere around the same time. “Jumanji: Welcome […]
As “Star Wars” begins to fade out of the box office conversation, the focus now shifts to “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which has performed beyond many analysts expectations and is now reaching revenue levels equal to that of some superhero films. After five weekends in theaters, the numbers for the sequel to Robin Williams’ 1995 adventure film sit at $316.5 million domestic and $767 million worldwide, good for seventh and eleventh respectively among all 2017 releases. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was expected to be the big moneymaker of the holiday season, but “Jumanji” has been the surprise, pushing Sony’s 2017 domestic revenue above $1 billion, the first time the studio has reached that level since 2014.
Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart star in belated sequel to the 1995 comedy adventure.
"The game continues, but this time it plays YOU," says The Rock of comedy adventure sequel with Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan.
Sandra Bullock has donated $1 million to the Red Cross, to help the relief effort following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
The Weinstein Company has chosen “The Upside” as the title for its remake of “The Intouchables,” starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart. Nicole Kidman also stars along with Julianna Margulies and Aja Naomi King. Producers are Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, and Harvey Weinstein. Filming took place in Philadelphia and New York in March. Neil Burger... Read more »
Story tells of a workalike NYC detective who has a strained relationship with his son. The only thing that may be able to repair the father-son relationship is the one true Santa, who has to make the man believe in Christmas magic.
The summer movie season is nearly over and it’s probably fair to say – like the UK weather - it’s been a bit of a damp squib. Sure fire hits have missed, dependable franchises have misfired, and bankable stars have gone bust. Here’s who we think triumphed and failed over the summer.
It seems we can add another talent to Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s already crowded roster of skills, as he’s proved himself to be an impressive mimic in our exclusive video above. From the gravelly voice and squinted eyes down to the intense way Vin delivers his lines, The Rock’s impression is on point.