Weekend Movie Guide: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - St. Louis


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - St. Louis

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes comes to movies theaters across the world this weekend with great great reviews. Neighbors makes its way to Keller 9 and Non-Stop is now available at Redbox.

Recapping Last Weekend

 Transformers: Age of Extinction took the box office over the holiday weekend by a wide margin. Its receipts dropped 63%, which still came out to just over $37 million. Tammy came in second in its first weekend out. The Melissa McCarthy project topped $21.5 million. 22 Jump Street finished third in its fourth weekend with $9.8 million. The Jump Street barely topped Deliver Us From Evil‘s $9.7 million opening. How To Train Your Dragon 2 rounded out the top five with just shy of $9 million.

Transformers 4 has now become the highest-grossing movie ever in China with more than $220 million. Worldwide, it will top $600 million this week.

Opening This Weekend


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes


Caesar and the rest of the evolved apes last appeared in theaters in 2011, where Rise of the Planet of the Apes grossed $177 million domestically. Rise opened just shy of $55 million in ’11. Andy Serkis, who plays Caesar, gave a Q & A to The Hollywood Reporter about how the cast prepared for the film. Many media outlets, including the New York Daily News, say that Matt Reeves and Mark Bomback may have made a sequel better than the original. MTV took a look behind the scenes at the set design for this new film. Predictions call for this one to bring in close to $70 million. Read the review on Deadspin‘s The ConcourseYou’ll want to see this one in theaters.

See it tonight at 10 pm at MX Movies.

Catch It Before It’s Gone

Keller 8 Cinema welcomes Zac Efron and Seth Rogen in Neighbors.

Make It A Redbox Night


Liam Neeson’s latest flick, Non-Stop is now available at Redbox. I saw this the other night and it is pretty enjoyable. Go rent it.

Coming Soon

Exodus: Gods and Kings


The Interview


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


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