Mark Hamill is already feeling that familiar "Star Wars" Luke Skywalker spotlight shining bright upon him again as "The Last Jedi" is about to hit and the hype machine is in full effect.
The weekend box office had a lot going against it, but it's survived worse with Hurricane Sandy and winter months, but August continues being a drop the crap movies month so dismal numbers are expected.
Normally Hollywood is behind the times, but after a two-year campaign where Donald Trump revealed the dark side of our country, filmmakers definitely were affected and this fall slate of films will easily reflect that.
Once again, moviegoers showed movie critics what they thought of their opinions as they pushed "The Hitman's Bodyguard" into the top spot despite the savage reviews it received.
"Annabelle: Creation" continues a winning streak in the low-budget "Conjuring" horror franchise for Warner Bros. The third film nearly matched "Annabelle" with reviews that should keep it going for a few more weeks.
Casey Affleck on his latest film "A Ghost Story," working with David Lowry three times and surviving his past year.
Anyone who has read Stephen King's epic Dark Tower series have all agreed on one thing. It's the least likely of his books that can translate well to either the big or small screen.
With only an 8 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, "The Emoji Movie" gave Christopher Nolan's "Dunkirk" a run for its money, but not enough to take the top spot.