Croods 2 Box Office: How Much The Movie Made Opening Night In Theaters Over Thanksgiving

That’s pretty impressive for a movie that was once rumored to be cancelled in production, thanks to Dreamworks Animation’s tumultuous history throughout the last decade. But with The Croods: A New Age under the auspices of Dreamworks’ parent studio Universal, it seems that the project not only found its feet, but according to Deadline’s numbers, also found its audience. The same of which could be said for almost the entire run of films in theaters now. Among the titles that were mentioned as seeing a bump in their Thanksgiving portfolio were the other family comedy on the market, The War With Grandpa, as well as Liam Neeson’s action thriller Honest Thief. Though Universal was probably smiling extra hard yesterday, as they had two other films see fortune smile upon them, with both slasher-comedy Freaky and the emotional drama Let Him Go both receiving their own increases.

Why It’s OK To Root Against Amy Adams’ Hillbilly Elegy Character, According To The Cast

There comes a time, in every abusive relationship, where the person on the receiving end has to stand up for themselves and say, “Enough is enough.” As Ron Howard notes, there’s a pivotal scene in Hillbilly Elegy where the older J.D. (played by Gabriel Basso) has to make a tough decision between his future, and the past that’s anchoring him in Kentucky. Howard notes that every audience member is going to bring their own baggage to the film, but in terms of the J.D. versus Beverly debate, he had this to say:

Andy Samberg Has Some Blunt Thoughts For Academy Members Mad About Diversity Standards

But as Samberg points out, diversity hiring behind the scenes could easily meet the requirements that have been laid out by the Academy for a movie that considers itself an Oscar contender. Productions need to meet two of the four announced Standards, and only Standard A addresses lead acting roles, main plotlines, or 30% of an ensemble cast. Standard B gets into leadership roles at the producing studios, encouraging more diverse hiring at the top levels. Standard D, meanwhile, gets into representation in marketing, publicity and distribution. Like Samberg notes, those should be very easy to attain.

Mission: Impossible 7’s Hayley Atwell Details Safety Protocols And Seems To Have The Best Time Filming

Whether it’s fun or safety, Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 sound like they’ve been rewarding experiences for the entire cast, Hayley Atwell included. Considering the delays and worries the world of entertainment has been subjected to through current events, those rewards are especially enjoyable, as they keep the wheels turning for the future of this storied espionage franchise. We may have to wait a little longer than anticipated to see the results, but if this behind-the-scenes dedication is any indication, it’ll all be worth it in the end.

Batman Gift Ideas For Any Fan Of The Dark Knight

In fact, the selection of great Batman gifts can actually be a little overwhelming and there is so much time during the holidays to find exactly what you are looking for. Allow us, if you will, to help assist in you in your quest by narrowing down your search our picks for the best options available. The following are 12 epic products that your favorite Batman-loving friend or family member not only deserves, but might actually need right now, such as this particularly timely and quite necessary item.

Turns Out, Kristen Stewart Was The Big Rule Breaker On The Twilight Set

Nikki Reed, who played Rosalie Hale through the movies, really, really wanted to keep a particular souvenir from the set, but she’s a big rule follower and says she really struggled with how to get away with it. That is, until she talked to her co-star Kristen Stewart, who not only convinced her it was a rite of passage to nab something from set, but actually did the dirty work for her when it came to sneaking off some baseball shoes.

Clea DuVall Says It’s ‘Remarkable’ Being Able To Make An LGBTQ Film Like Happiest Season

It’s remarkable. I remember when we made But I’m a Cheerleader, which remains one of my favorite projects I’ve ever been able to be a part of, not just because of, you know, what the movie was, but then also what the movie represented to people and still represents to people even now, 20 years later. But it was, you know, it was a struggle to get that movie and to get – Jamie Babbit, the director of that movie, really hustled to put together our budget. We didn’t have a lot, but we made it and she did such a good job. But now to be able to have this LGBTQ+ story and have a major studio behind us and have even just like the support that we’ve received from people seeing the trailer – it really feels so incredible that there’s such an appetite for a story like this that I hope it leads the way for more movies like it.

Sylvester Stallone Reveals To Fans Why He’s Very Thankful For Rocky During This Holiday Season

Why is Sylvester Stallone thankful for Rocky, more than four decades later? Part of the love, and the allure, rests in the character’s time-tested ability to keep appealing to fans. Most importantly to Stallone, though, is that he believes Rocky Balboa best represents himself, the actor, as a human. Rocky is a personal creation of Stallone’s, so their mission statements remain forever intertwined. It’s not like Sean Connery with James Bond. The 007 agent was a creation of Ian Fleming, and Connery just inherited the role. Stallone made Rocky. Rocky made Stallone. They basically don’t exist without one another, and Stallone recognizes that. It’s a wonderful thing for which to be thankful.

Sly Stallone Reveals To Fans Why He’s Very Thankful For Rocky During This Holiday Season

Why is Sylvester Stallone thankful for Rocky, more than four decades later? Part of the love, and the allure, rests in the character’s time-tested ability to keep appealing to fans. Most importantly to Stallone, though, is that he believes Rocky Balboa best represents himself, the actor, as a human. Rocky is a personal creation of Stallone’s, so their mission statements remain forever intertwined. It’s not like Sean Connery with James Bond. The 007 agent was a creation of Ian Fleming, and Connery just inherited the role. Stallone made Rocky. Rocky made Stallone. They basically don’t exist without one another, and Stallone recognizes that. It’s a wonderful thing for which to be thankful.