Why would you make a film about such an iconic person and treat it like a Lifetime movie of the week and put Ashton Kutcher at the head of the cast? This should have been an earth shattering biography.
Instead, as Deadline tells us so succinctly and beautifully:
Okay, so it's only in box office terms, but this awesome chart from the Economist says it all. Of course, in the real world, the kind of real world, Superman would just wipe the floor with everyone. Am I right? Am I right?
Everybody knew that The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises would do huge business, but could either eventually dethrone Avatar as the #1 movie of all time?
It's obviously the "no sh*t Sherlock" statement of the year, but people are going to be flocking to theaters in droves when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20.
The Amazing Spider-Man - which garnered a slew of positive reviews - is doing quite well at the box office.
It's no big news flash that The Dark Knight Rises is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. And you obviously don't need to be Nostradamus to predict it's going to generate a ton of cash.
So the Men in Black finally returned after a ten years hiatus.
You knew The Avengers was going to have a good second weekend, but this good?
The Hunger Games is a impressive phenomenon that many people hadn’t even heard of until the adaptation of the wildly popular novels hit theaters and became the #1 movie in the country.
Okay, so John Carter came and bombed already. So many people predicted the flop that it practically became a self-fulfilling prophecy, which is rather unfortunate for genre fans.
John Carter has been one of the biggest gambles in recent Hollywood memory, with a huge budget, and much speculation whether it can find an audience or not.
As we've reported before here on TG, the "buzz" you'll hear about upcoming films isn't always accurate.
In the case of Titanic, many predicted doom before it became the biggest box office hit in history.
George Lucas’s passion project for over twenty years, Red Tails, finally hit theaters on January 20.
Throughout the genre's existence, horror hasn't really been taken all that seriously.
Twitter can be used to give accurate predictions of movie takings, according to HP researchers.
Did you think Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans was lackluster in 3D? Well, so did Louis Leterrier.