Captain America: Civil War Opens This Weekend

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Captain America: Civil War opens in movie theaters around St. Louis this weekend. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Miracles From Heaven and Allegiant begin showing  at Keller 8, while The Choice, The 5th Wave and Sniper: Special Ops are among the movies now available to rent at Redbox.

Catch Civil War early at MX Movies in downtown St. Louis. Early screenings of the film being tonight.

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Captain America: Civil War
Captain America: Civil War opens in movie theaters across St. Louis this weekend.

Recapping Last Weekend

The Jungle Book again reigned supreme over the weekend box office in its third weekend of release. The Huntsman: Winter’s War dropped 50 percent from its opening to see $9.6 million in its second weekend of release. Keanu rounded out the top three with $9.5 million in its debut. Mother’s Day was just behind with $8.4 million and Barbershop: The Next Cut rounded out the top five with $6 million in its third weekend of release.

Ratchet & Clank earned $4.9 million in its opening weekend.

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Opening This Weekend

Captain America: Civil War

Positive reviews are rolling in for Captain America: Civil War in advance of its domestic opening this weekend. Vox says it “will make you remember why we love superheroes.” Ars Technica compared it to The Empire Strikes Back‘s place in the Star Wars universe.

Civil War has already opened in some overseas markets. It has already picked up $224.3 million in ticket sales, despite not opening yet domestically, in China or in Russia.

Todd M. Thatcher predicts an opening weekend of $205.6 million for Captain America: Civil War.

Captain America: Civil War trailer

Catch It Before It’s Gone


The Divergent Series: Allegiant comes to Keller 8 Cinema in South County this weekend. The third installment in the Divergent franchise saw an opening weekend take of $29 million and has grossed $65.6 million domestically. It has seen larger numbers in foreign markets, where it has picked up $93 million in ticket sales.

The Shailene Woodley-led franchise saw its lowest numbers with Allegiant. The fourth and final film, Ascendant, is set to open on June 9, 2017. Some people who get paid to analyze these sorts of things are hoping Lionsgate changes the release date. Ascendant is currently set to open on the same weekend as World War Z 2 and the Tom Cruise-led Mummy reboot.

Allegiant trailer

Make It A Redbox Night

Sniper: Special Ops

Do you have a soft spot in your heart for Steven Seagal? Pick up Sniper: Special Ops from your local Redbox this weekend.

Sniper: Special Ops trailer


Movie News

Russell Crowe May Join Tom Cruise In The Mummy

The Hollywood Reporter has a story today that Russell Crowe is in talks with Universal to join Tom Cruise in The Mummy.  It is reported that Crowe would play Henry Jekyll. It is rumored that Crowe would then have the opportunity to play the same character in at least one more movie where his character would be the focus.

The Shallows Trailer 2

Blake Lively stars in The Shallows, due in theaters June 29, 2016.

The Shallows trailer #2


Bring It On, Sixteen Candles Coming To Netflix In May 2016

With the turning of the calendar month Netflix says goodbye to some content and welcomes more. Among the movies now streaming on Netflix are Bring It On, Bring It On: All or Nothing, Sixteen Candles and Pleasantville.

See all of the content coming to Netflix this month.

John Malkovich Movies Won’t Hit Theaters For 100 Years After Cannes Premiere

Some marketing ideas are just kind of dumb and should be put to a spot almost as soon as they are brought up. 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See, starring John Malkovich, will screen at the Cannes Film Festival this year. The film will then be locked in a safe until its schedule theater debut on November 18, 2115.

UPDATE: 100 Years won’t actually be screened at Cannes. The safe containing the film will appear at Cannes. Watch the trailer for 100 Years here.

The film is being sponsored in part by Louis X111 cognac. The safe containing the film, which is set to open automatically in 2115 unless the world ends before then, will eventually be housed in the Louis X111 cellars in Cognac, France.

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