Charlie's Angels (2019) Trailer - Remake

As much as anyone is aware that reboots, remakes and sequels are part and parcel of the Hollywood studio system, they still aren’t getting any better at it and maybe are losing their touch with grasping at what audiences want or what star power can do to a film. As this film has more star power in its soundtrack rather than its cast list and it’s never a great sign when a movie trailer is more concerned at selling you a hit single rather than promoting you an entertaining flick.

director: Elizabeth Banks

starring: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska

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release dates: 15 November 2019 (USA), 28 November 2019 (Germany)

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Weekend U.S. Box Office March 8-10, 2019

‘Wonder Woman’ eat your heart out and DC for that matter, as ‘Captain Marvel’ literally marveled the box office this past weekend. Its 150 something million box office take was better than expected and probably has many fans mad and joyous at the same time for different reasons. No one else during the past weekend was able to compete against it and Marvel Studios will be very happy with its performance going into ‘Endgame’.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of March 8-10, 2019

1. Captain Marvel

Weekend: $153.4M Total: $153.4M Weeks: 1

2. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Weekend: $14.7M Total: $119.7M Weeks: 3

3. A Madea Family Funeral

Weekend: $12.5M Total: $46.3M Weeks: 2

4. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Weekend: $3.9M Total: $97.2M Weeks: 5

5. Alita: Battle Angel

Weekend: $3.2M Total: $78.4M Weeks: 4

6. Green Book

Weekend: $2.5M Total: $80.2M Weeks: 17

7. Isn't It Romantic

Weekend: $2.3M Total: $44.0M Weeks: 4

8. Greta

Weekend: $2.2M Total: $8.3M Weeks: 2

9. Fighting with My Family

Weekend: $2.2M Total: $18.7M Weeks: 4

10. Apollo 11

Weekend: $1.3M Total: $3.7M Weeks: 2

Please note: All figures are in USD and have been rounded.

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Marvel’s big film before ‘Avengers 4: Endgame’ has arrived at movie theaters to mixed reactions from both fans and critics. Besides that, not much else is being released against it to no surprise, except some interesting looking dramas such as I’f Beale Street Could Talk’ and ‘Never Look Away’ who are entering new markets.

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Weekend U.S. Box Office March 1-3, 2019

The final ‘Madea’ film got narrowly beaten by ‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ this past weekend at the U.S. box office. However, what it demonstrated with its box office performance was that after eleven films in the series, its core audience never wavered from the content after so many films, showing truly their love for Tyler Perry’s most famous character across the years (source).

Elsewhere in the box office it was sight not to be seen with a few films trying to claw their way to greatness and with Oscar Best Picture winner ‘Green Book’ managing to enter back into the top ten after its recent awards success.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of March 1-3, 2019

1. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Weekend: $30.0M Total: $97.6M Weeks: 2

2. A Madea Family Funeral

Weekend: $27.0M Total: $27.0M Weeks: 1

3. Alita: Battle Angel

Weekend: $7.0M Total: $72.2M Weeks: 3

4. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Weekend: $6.6M Total: $91.7M Weeks: 4

5. Green Book

Weekend: $4.7M Total: $75.9M Weeks: 16

6. Fighting with My Family

Weekend: $4.7M Total: $14.9M Weeks: 3

7. Isn't It Romantic

Weekend: $4.6M Total: $40.3M Weeks: 3

8. Greta

Weekend: $4.6M Total: $4.6M Weeks: 1

9. What Men Want

Weekend: $2.7M Total: $49.6M Weeks: 4

10. Happy Death Day 2U

Weekend: $2.5M Total: $25.3M Weeks: 3

Please note: All figures are in USD and have been rounded.

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Weekend U.S. Box Office February 22-24, 2019

Most thought like myself that this would have been a quiet weekend due to the lack of new activity and the Oscars being shown, but we shouldn’t have forgot of the power of dragons and families. As the second sequel of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ series, did significantly better compared to the rest of the films these past weeks and also had the best performance out of three films in the series for its opening weekend.

Elsewhere in the box office it was indeed quiet as expected, with all the films doing only from 12 million and under.

Weekend U.S. Box Office of February 22-24,. 2019

1. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Weekend: $55.5M Total: $58.0M Weeks: 1

2. Alita: Battle Angel

Weekend: $12.0M Total: $60.7M Weeks: 2

3. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Weekend: $10.0M Total: $83.6M Weeks: 3

4. Fighting with My Family

Weekend: $8.0M Total: $8.2M Weeks: 2

5. Isn't It Romantic

Weekend: $7.5M Total: $33.8M Weeks: 2

6. What Men Want

Weekend: $5.2M Total: $45.1M Weeks: 3

7. Happy Death Day 2U

Weekend: $5.0M Total: $21.6M Weeks: 2

8. Cold Pursuit

Weekend: $3.3M Total: $27.1M Weeks: 3

9. The Upside

Weekend: $3.2M Total: $99.7M Weeks: 7

10. Run the Race

Weekend: $2.3M Total: $2.3M Weeks: 1

Please note: All figures are in USD and have been rounded.

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These will be a couple of quiet movie weeks till ‘Captain Marvel’ rolls in, but that doesn’t mean they are not films out there with potential for a good time. ‘Fighting with my Family’ for example looks to be a hidden gem that no one is talking about and ‘Stan & Ollie’ is another decent biopic that should find its audience.

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