Will the Peanuts Pack Movie Theaters?

Following the sweetest (and ironically darkest) of holidays, will audiences be looking for a colorful , PG-rated respite? Might those forever young stars of The Peanuts Movie have moviegoers longing for those bygone childhood days (where sound therapy only cost a nickel?) No need for therapy when the Goosebumps gang is still around, who despite the constant conjuring up of creepy monsters, have certainly benefited from their imaginative, never-ending childhood. Will they ever grow up? Fully grown James Bond is following a Spectre of 007 fans, hoping the fourth time will be the charm for Daniel Craig, realizing a Bridge of Spies always links viewers to the coolest of characters. Is he in danger of losing his magnetisim to the likes of The Martian, a legend-in-the-making who’s been around the block a few times and has still managed to (eventually) plant his feet firmly on the ground? Our earthbound characters feel no danger of getting Burnt by that magnetic Bradley, despite his own brand of movie charm. Last weekend, audiences found Our Brand is Crisis held very little thrills and chills compared to the high-energy Halloween pack. What kind of crisis will our winners and losers invoke this weekend?

Cherished childhood pals crossed a creative bridge to connect with their new best friends, creepy creatures, cinematic chefs, campaign trailblazers, a martian and a martini drinker.

Who will make for the best of movie friends for you this weekend?

Author: Meg

I am a freelance writer for hire. I have been writing professionally since 2001 and blogging since 2012. Please visit my Hire Me page for more information about yours truly.

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