Men in Black Prepare for their International Debut

Surrounded by so much cinematic light, does the Dark Phoenix have a shot at rising in the movie ranks? Can she soar past the Rocketman, who’s been pretty busy keeping in soulful tune? Seriously tone deaf, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, naturally, is determined to tower over them all, egomaniac that he is.
On colorful ground, Aladdin and his genie make a great team. Who will be granting their movie wishes this weekend? Will our champion The Secret Life of Pets 2 reveal our best friends most secretive wishes?
Can a Late Night result in a bright, box-office day, where The Dead Don’t Die, but wait for the sequel? Knowing a thing or two about second acts, Shaft is back, looking to uncover the latest mystery.
Always mysterious, Men in Black: International are hoping to reach a wide range of moviegoers this weekend. Will they receive universal devotion?
Finally, a couple devoted to land preservation falls unexpectedly in love in Hampstead, hoping their (movie) love will be contagious.
Which of our universal tales will you be feeling the love for this weekend?

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Secret Lives and a Slow Phoenix Rise

The Secret Life of Pets 2 revealed a double dose of its covert, colorful world to a welcoming crowd, coming in first at the domestic box office. Dark Phoenix followed the movie light to box office profits, Aladdin and ever-present genie brought nothing but goodness and light while Godzilla: King of the Monsters ruled over the less-monstrously royal. Rocketman continued to follow the beat to his own drum
Among animated secrets and (movie) lies, a phoenix rose out of the cinematic ashes, audiences were still seeking the tunes and monsters were mixing it up.
Which of our in-tune tales held the secret to movie success for you this weekend?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1.The Secret Life of Pets 2 $47.1 million.
2. Dark Phoenix $33 million.
3. Aladdin $24.5 million.
4. Godzilla: King of the Monsters $15.5 million.
5. Rocketman $14 million.

A Phoenix Gets Ready to Rise

 

 

Ready for a Late Night (or early afternoon, depending on your preference) at the movies, where the most fascinating characters are ready to come to life? Aladdin, in all his live-action glory, is ready to party like its 1992. How many modern-day movie members will he be attracting this weekend? Can the dangerously attractive Dark Phoenix rise among such lively competition? Speaking of rising, will the Rocketman be soaring to new heights during these tuneful times? Can he drown out the rather loud sounds created by champion Godzilla: King of the Monsters? Who will the beast soon be leading astray? Certainly not the Booksmart girls, who these days are all about the hunt for the biggest party. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu can relate to that, as he continues searching for, well, who knows what? He’s sure to pick up some handy tips courtesy of The Secret Life of Pets 2, who know how to keep things classified. Will their secret be exposed anytime soon? Is the Avengers: Endgame officially over before summer technically begins? What about off-her-rocker Ma? Will she make for the ultimate party killer? Might killer John Wick: Chapter 3-Parabellum open up a whole new world to explore, cover to cover?
Which of our pre-summer delights will be the life of the party this weekend?

Monsters, Melodies and Ma

Godzilla: King of the Monsters had an opening fit for royalty, stomping all over his competition to take the top spot at the domestic box office. Aladdin and genie remained on everyone’s movie wish list, Rocketman melodiously soared and Ma provided an invitation to one horrifying party while John Wick: Chapter 3-Parabellum continued to be an edge-of-your-seat page turner.
It was a monster of a movie weekend, with live-action competing with even livelier music, which, strangely blended well with animation, alleged killers and one awesomely evil mama.
Which of our monstrous tales blended well with your weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1.Godzilla: King of the Monsters $49 million.
2. Aladdin $42.3 million.
3. Rocketman $25 million.
4. Ma $18.3 million.
5. John Wick: Chapter 3 -Parabellum $11.1 million.