UGH. That sums up how I feel about The Emoji Movie finishing ahead of the most solid action film of the summer, Atomic Blonde. I guess millennials and our youth swoon over poop emojis, after all.
This past weekend was full of eyebrow-raising numbers, but let’s go ahead and break down the top five.
Box Office Mojo reported a strong opening weekend for Homecoming, which raked in $117 million.
Baby Driver and Despicable Me 3 survived their first weekend box office with totals that’ll make fans and studio executives smile.
With Gru, Lucy and the girls returning after a four-year break, they never seemed to take time off and returned with charm, charisma and enough enjoyment to be taken far away for an hour and 30 minutes.
Pharrell Williams, known for his fun flow and masterful production with N*E*R*D and his solo ventures, broke onto the film scene when he scored Despicable Me, a fun, lovable film that was aided by Pharrell’s sounds. With Despicable Me 3 on the horizon, Skateboard P continues his work in Hollywood, returning to score the third Despicable film. “There’s Something …