Nobody's Fool (2018)
As for what Sister Act 3 will be about, the details are currently under wraps for the time being. The original movie was about Whoopi Goldberg's casino lounge singer character who witnesses a mob hit. She is later offered witness protection by the police and poses as a nun named Sister Mary Clarence at a Catholic parish. The movie was a hit, grossing $231.6 million worldwide, becoming the eighth-highest-grossing film in 1992. A sequel followed in 1993, but it
Illumination's The Grinch held in strong to take the number two position at this weekend's box office, sneaking away with another $38.1 million. The animated family movie has earned $151.7 million globally since premiering last weekend. Number three this weekend goes to the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, which generated $15.7 million. Rami Malek has been praised for his awesome portrayal of legendary rock and roll front man Freddie Mercury. The
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, which sees David Yates return to the director's chair, with Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling penning the screenplay, will win the weekend with anywhere between $65 and $75 million domestically. Worldwide, the second movie in the prequel series is looking at a debut as high as $275 million. This, despite the fact that the latest entry in the Wizarding World currently sits at a measly 52 percent approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. But Potterheads are still expected to turn out in
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms also made its debut this weekend with a disappointing $20 million, which earned the number two spot. $20 million is still pretty strong, but doesn't really make a blip on the radar when compared to the $120 million that it cost to produce the movie. The Disney movie made $58.5 million globally this weekend.
Whoopi Goldberg and Tyler Perry appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen to promote Nobody's Fool, which stars Goldberg and Tiffany Haddish. Andy Cohen asked about a possible Jumpin' Jack Flash sequel. Goldberg said, "No, because that's not the sequel I want to do!" Whoopi then revealed that she wants to make Sister Act 3. She went on to talk about Disney not wanting to make the film,
This weekend will see two other nationwide releases. Tiffany Haddish continues her comedy streak with Tyler Perry's Nobody's Fool, and Disney releases its adaptation of the classic Nutcracker ballet The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
Meanwhile, limited releases include Boy Erased and A Private War. In the former, Lucas Hedges appears alongside Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe as a young gay man struggling to come to grips with his sexuality. Joel Edgerton ...
That's easily enough to win the weekend ahead of fellow new offerings The Nutcracker and the Four Realms and Tyler Perry's first R-rated comedy, Nobody's Fool. It also would be ahead of the recent opening of the music-infused, box-office hit A Star Is Born, which earned $15.7 million on its first Friday for a $42....
Bohemian Rhapsody, which stars Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) as the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, looks to win the weekend, with estimates putting it in the $35 to $40 million range. Critics haven't been impressed with the movie as a whole (currently boasting a 58 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes) but Malek's performance has been universally praised. That, coupled with love for the band, should push
Bohemian Rhapsody's win would mark a victory for 20th Century Fox as it prepares to disappear as a stand-alone Hollywood studio and be absorbed by Disney, home of the live-action Nutcracker. Bohemian Rhapsody cost roughly $55 million to produce before marketing, compared to a production budget north of $120 million for Nutcracker.
The Christmas-themed Nutcracker, an adaptation of ...
"I wanted to go all the way, and that's what we did," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter.
The film's lead, Tika Sumpter, has worked with Perry on several projects, but she said Nobody's Fool was different: "He let loose, he had a good time, and we were free in our characters — not that we weren't before — but we could have a little bit ...
In the pic, wild child Tanya (Tiffany Haddish) is hoping to get back on her feet and looks to her buttoned-up, by the book sister Danica (Tika Sumpter) to help her get back on track. As these polar opposites collide – with hilarious and sometimes disastrous results – Tanya discovers that Danica’s picture-perfect life – including her mysterious boyfriend – may not be what it seems. Omari Hardwick, Mehcad Brooks, Amber Riley and Whoopi Goldberg also star.
As with Marsden, there’s no word yet as to which character Sumpter will be portraying.
Sonic the Hedgehog is being directed by first time feature filmmaker Jeff Fowler, director of the 2005 Oscar-nominated short Gopher Broke, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) and Neil H. Moritz (Fast and Furious) producing and Oren Uziel (22 Jump Street) writing a script originally penned by Patrick Casey and Josh Miller (Transylmania).
Sumpter will soon be seen alongside Robert Redford in The Old Man and the Gun and opposite Tiffany Haddish in Tyler Perry’s comedy drama The List. Sonic the Hedgehog meanwhile is slated for release on November 28th 2019.
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The studio landed the film rights in 2017 and tapped Jeff Fowler to direct.
Neal H. Moritz, who recently signed a first-look deal with Paramount, is producing under his Original Film banner. “Deadpool” director Tim Miller will serve as executive producer, along with Toby Ascher. Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons will co-produce.
Sega launched the “Sonic” game in 1991 and has sold more than 360 million copies to date, including both packaged and digital games on consoles, tablets, and mobile.
The game features a hedgehog named Sonic on a quest to defeat Doctor Robotnik, a scientist who has imprisoned animals in robots and stolen magical Chaos Emeralds.
The movie is set to bow on Nov. 15, 2019. The film marks the first
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