This all sounds good on paper, but the translation to the big screen only provided big problems.
The Disney-21st Century Fox saga has come to an end. Variety reports that both companies’ shareholders voted to approve the merger Friday morning. The cost of the merger is $71.3 billion. Variety said 21st Century Fox CFO Josh Nallen told shareholders that the merger is expected to be complete in the first half of 2019. …
There’s no denying that Han Solo’s origin tale failed to perform at studio expectations during the three-day weekend.
The latest entry into the Star Wars universe has reached over $14 million and broke a record.
While a record was broken over the weekend, Deadpool 2’s numbers domestically aren’t as bright as many expected.
The steelbook edition is also set to be a Best Buy exclusive, which showcases a Thanos on the front cover with the Infinity Gauntlet.
I mean, this movie isn’t even into its third weekend!