‘Angel Has Fallen’ Rules The Box Office [Hollywood Headlines]

“Angel Has Fallen” has joined “Good Boys” and “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” in the recent series of August films that have earned modest but better-than-expected opening weekends. The third film in Gerard Butler’s “Fallen” series has earned $21.2 million, nearly matching the $21.6 million opening earned by “London Has Fallen” in March 2016. Like “London Has Fallen,” “Angel” was a dud with critics and a hit with audiences, earning a 39% Rotten Tomatoes score and an A- in CinemaScore audience polls. 

Taking second at the weekend box office was the R-rated comedy “Good Boys” with an estimated $11.75 million. In third is one of the other new releases, “Overcomer.” The inspirational sports film earned $8.2 million. “The Lion King” held on to fourth place with $8.2 million, while “Hobbs & Shaw” earned $8.1 million to round out the top five. The spinff now has a domestic total of $147 million. 

Spidey Finally Comments on Marvel/Sony Split

Tom Holland is keeping his spirits up amid news that Spider-Man is leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The “Spider-Man: Far From Home” star took the stage Saturday to promote his upcoming animated film, Pixar’s “Onward,” at D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, but before he left the stage made a point to address the controversy. 

“It’s been a crazy week but I want you to know that I’m grateful from the bottom of my heart,” the 23-year-old actor told the crowd. Before ending his brief remarks by quoting Tony Stark’s iconic line from Avengers: Endgame. “And I love you 3,000.” 

Holland’s comments comes days after Sony and Disney failed to strike a new deal that would keep the beloved web-slinger in the MCU. On Friday, Holland’s Far From Home co-star Jon Favreau revealed that he is “holding out hope that this isn’t the final chapter of the story.” 

‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Coming to Netflix

A Breaking Bad feature-length movie is headed to Netflix this fall. “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” will debut on the streamer Friday, Oct. 11 with Aaron Paul returning as meth cook Jesse Pinkman. The official synopsis from Netflix read, “In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future.” Netflix confirmed that the thriller film will be written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of “Breaking Bad.” 


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