An Angelic Movie Weekend

An Angel Has Fallen this weekend at the movies while ironically rising to the top spot at the domestic box office. Last week’s champ, the Good Boys were still having a great time, An Overcomer inspired, The Lion King refused to leave our great movie kingdom alongside Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw, who were still in the action game.
The past and the present once again entertainingly intertwined this weekend at the movies, teens triumphed and action, adventure, animation (and angels) took center stage, capping off another Good time to be a movie fan.
Which of our stage gems made for one good weekend for you?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Angel Has Fallen $21.3 million.
2. Good Boys $11.8 million.
3. Overcomer $8.2 million.
4. The Lion King $8.2 million.
5. Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw $8.1 million.

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Summer Presents the Good and the Golden

With summer winding down, who will capture the brightest box-office locale this weekend? Will it be the Good Boys, who made some questionably good choices last weekend or one of our other kid-friendly capers, with Dora and The Lost City of Gold discovering more success, causing our feathered friends within The Angry Birds Movie 2 to be twice as angry? What about The Lion King? How much pounce is left in his cinematic steps? Will our heroes encompassing Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw soon be taking a step or 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, where untold action hopes to captivate a bigger audience this weekend? Might Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark keep us out of the sunshine indefinitely?

On a lighter side of town, will audiences ever find out, Where’d You Go, Bernadette? is a fun and freeing place to spend a summer day?

What imaginative place will you find yourself this weekend?

A Good Summer Weekend

The Good Boys had one good debut this weekend at the movies, coming in first at the good ole’ domestic box office. Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw to its adrenaline-junkie-seeking crowd while The Lion King remained royally presentable. The Angry Birds Movie 2 featured our old feathered friends angrier than ever while Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark continued to be pretty freaking scary.
Stories from the sublime to the scary graced our movie screens this weekend and the kid-friendly as well as the comedic were well represented as another summer weekend at the movies took us to some pretty good places.
What good places did you visit this weekend?
Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Good Boys $21 million.
2. Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw $14.1 million.
3. The Lion King $11.9 million.
4. The Angry Birds Movie 2 $10.5 million.
5. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark  $10 million.

Another Fast & Furious Summer Weekend

Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw once again to the satisfaction of the biggest fan base this weekend at the movies. Audiences found Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark an interesting way to spend a summer day, The Lion King clearly did not scare easily and Dora and the Lost City of Gold discovered their own pot of gold courtesy of their family-friendly followers, paving the way toward Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which offered a trip back in glamorous times.
Our stars traveled a fast and frenzy pace through Hollywood’s Summer Blockbuster Season, with a stop-over in a royal animated kingdom, a golden city was found, we crossed path with horror, and Hollywood (and its heroes) remained timeless.
How did you spend your time this summer weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw $25.4 million.
2. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark $20.8 million.
3. The Lion King $20 million.
4. Dora and the Lost City of Gold $17 million.
5. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $11.6 million.

Summer Presentations

Summer is speeding by, as Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw once again to their faithful followers. Will their presentation result in an even bigger audience this weekend? How much longer will The Lion King remain box-office royalty? Can The Art of Racing in the Rain outpace their family-friendly competition? Will Dora and the Lost City of Gold find the biggest PG audience in our cinematic world this weekend, sending our Toy Story 4 friends on an adventure outside of the limelight?
Will the lights soon grow dim Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, where, ironically, the brightest stars are discovered? Might Spider-Man: (discover being) Far From Home isn’t all it’s cracked up to be?
Moving on, is in The Kitchen where all of the action awaits, where a Crawl through criminal activity is sure to rival a day at the beach? Who will narrate the best Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark?
What story will you discover within your local darkened movie theater this weekend?

A Fast And Furious Box-Office Finish

Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw to a new audience (along with their longtime loyal followers) this weekend at the movies, once again proving that the past holds the present’s most profitable stories. The Lion King took a step down in the movie kingdom but still remained royalty as audiences fondly recalled Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Spider-Man: Far From Home continued to be welcomed in our cinematic home away from home. Always cozy no matter where they roam, the Toy Story 4 gang held the attention of the littlest (and not so little) moviegoers.
It was a fast-paced weekend, with action competing with old Hollywood and animation naturally holding a happy place in our imaginative world.
Where did our imaginative universe take you this weekend?

Estimated Domestic Box Office Results:
1. Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw $60.8 million.
2. The Lion King $38.2 million.
3. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood $20 million.
4. Spider-Man: Far From Home $7.8 million.
5. Toy Story 4 $7.2 million.