Meanwhile, Secrets of Dumbledore is definitely dead as a doornail, The Northman did better than expected, and Massive Talentis a pretty massive letdown.
The Bad Guys, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and The Northman all have varying degrees of commercial viability, but maybe one can break out as all three enter the fray!
On the other hand, Everything, Everywhere, All at Once has an incredible expansion into the mainstream and is on track to become on of A24’s best performers!!
Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore is hoping to be a Wizarding World course-correction, but in all likelihood, its probably too late.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 proves the value of listening to your audience while Ambulance arguable does the same (by not doing so). Meanwhile, Morbius officially fails while The Lost City recovers some steam and Everything Everywhere makes a splashy wide debut!
While Sonic 2 looks to blow the doors off expectations, Morbius and Ambulance are falling like rocks. Meanwhile, the ladies of Lost City and Everything, Everywhere doing solid work.
Morbius finds itself in an odd situation of having done well enough not be an outright failure, but still not well enough to be a success. Elsewhere, films have higher drops than usual as the market shifts in anticipation of new wave of films.
After several delays, Sony’s Morbius finally hits screens in the hope of recapturing the Venom magic (and it needs all the help it can get). Meanwhile, the rest of the box office chugs on with a question as to whether Oscar winners will see any boosts.
The Lost City amazingly manages to open on par with Bullock’s last mainstream studio comedies, further cementing her movie star status!!
The Lost City looks to take the number one spot form The Batman! I’m rooting for it!