The Deadpool Rises

“Where there is great love, there are great wishes.” Willa Cather

What was your great wish this Valentine’s Day? Did you wish for diamonds or drama? Comedy or chocolate? How about the finest china or the choicest cinematic story, in which souls united to form one great flick?

The soulful stars aligned over movie theaters this weekend as fans took a giant dip in the fun-filled Deadpool, where all of that lively action resulted in the most love (and a record-breaking February debut). That cute Kung Fu Panda 3 was kicking up his heels once again, making friends in the loveliest places (far from that R-rated crude dude). Lonely-hearts learned How to be Single on the most romantic weekend of the year, causing double the romantic trouble. Troubled by all of the beauty around him, Zoolander 2 did his part to make the scenery “pretty” while pretty-troubled The Revenant ultimately discovered love can cure what ails (well, almost all ailments).

Singletons and secret operatives, pandas and pretty boys all made for the most imaginative players on Hollywood’s grandest stage, where revenge is best served during award season and love never dies (it simply fades away into sequel Heaven).

Which of our Heavenly tales did you love the most this weekend?


Estimated Domestic Box Office Totals:

  1. Deadpool $135 million.
  2. Kung Fu Panda $19.65 million.
  3. How to be Single $18.75 million.
  4. Zoolander 2 $15.65 million.
  5. The Revenant $6.9 million.

Author: Meg

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