Death Wish and Red Sparrow Open In Movie Theaters Around St. Louis This Weekend, Every Day Expands Into The Area
Death Wish and Red Sparrow are in movie theaters nationwide this weekend and highlight the Weekend Movie Guide this week. Every Day expands into the St. Louis area after a limited opening last weekend. Moviegoers in St. Louis can see I, Tonya at Hi-Pointe or Paddington 2 at Keller 8 Cinema as well. Just Getting Started is among the movies now available to rent at your local Redbox.
See Game Night or Black Panther this weekend at MX Movies in downtown St. Louis .
It’s the Weekend Movie Guide from RealLifeSTL.
Recapping Last Weekend
Black Panther saw its receipts fall by 44% in its second weekend of release, but still sold more than $111.6 million worth of tickets to take the weekend box office crown.
Game Night was the top debut film over the weekend with $17 million in ticket sales. Annihilation topped $11 million in its debut weekend.
Black Panther has brought in just shy of $412 million in its first 11 days in domestic theaters. Worldwide, the film has cleared the $738 million mark.
Opening This Weekend
Bruce Willis, Elizabeth Shue and Camila Morrone star in Death Wish. The film is in movie theaters this weekend and is billed as a “reimagining” of the 1974 film by the same name.
Todd M. Thatcher predicts an opening weekend of $16.6 million for Death Wish.
Death Wish trailer
Jennifer Lawrence stars as a Russian spy in Red Sparrow, in theaters this weekend.
Todd M. Thatcher predicts an opening weekend of $17.5 million for Red Sparrow.
Red Sparrow trailer
Imagine waking up every day in a different body. 15 different actors portray the main character in Every Day. Based on the 2013 novel by David Levithan, Every Day tells the story of A, who wakes up in a different body every day.
Every Day brought in just more than $3 million while showing in 1,667 theaters across the country during its opening weekend.
Every Day trailer
See Annihilation or I, Tonya at Hi-Pointe Theatre This Weekend
Hi-Pointe Theatre is a hidden gem of St. Louis. The Hi-Pointe Backlot is even more so, hidden behind the main theater on McCausland Avenue. Hi-Pointe has been around since 1922 at the Southwest corner of Forest Park and below the world’s largest Amoco sign.
Hi-Pointe Backlot came on the scene in 2015 on the second floor of a building right behind the main theater. It took three years of rehab before the owners of Hi-Pointe spent 60 straight days putting the final touches on the space. The 48-seat theater has drawn stellar reviews from movie fans.
See I, Tonya this weekend at Hi-Pointe Backlot, while Annihilation plays at Hi-Pointe Theatre.
I, Tonya trailer
See Paddington 2 This Weekend At Keller 8
Paddington 2, Darkest Hour and Hostiles make their way to Keller 8 Cinema in South County this weekend.
Paddington 2 trailer
Make It A Redbox Night With Just Getting Started
Just Getting Started is now available to rent at your local Redbox.
Just Getting Started trailer
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