Spider-Man Comes Home

With a long holiday weekend almost here, can we once again expect the toys to take over Tinseltown? Will our little friends within Toy Story 4 take up the most space, cinematically speaking, kicking Aladdin to the curb while telling our favorite chatterboxes currently revealing The Secret Life of Pets 2 take a time out?
Will our less-than-childish audience find it Child’s Play to be both horrifying and fun or will their attention be diverted when Annabelle Comes Home (imparting her own homespun horror?) Since we’re clearly in need of a hero, will the infamous Spider-Man: (travel) Far From Home and still end up at the top of the domestic box office, as true Hollywood heroes do?
Will a Midsommar adventure lead to the most chilling places?
When will those always-chill, world-traveling Men in Black: International be heading for the sunset, both here and abroad?
Does Yesterday have a shot at a more profitable tomorrow?
Most importantly, what stories will brighten all of our movie-loving tomorrows?

Author: Meg

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