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Leonardo DiCaprio Is Da Vinci in Upcoming Biopic

Well, this just seems perfect. It has been officially announced that Leonardo DiCaprio will play the painter/scientist and fellow Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci in a biopic based off of author Walter Isaacson’s book called, you guessed it, Leonardo da Vinci. As it turns out, Paramount won an intense bidding war for the project over Universal who was reportedly bringing out the big guns to acquire the biopic. DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson will produce the movie for their Appian Way banner.

Deadline reported the news while also sharing that DiCaprio was allegedly named after da Vinci. The story goes that DiCaprio’s mother was looking at a Leonardo da Vinci painting in Italy while pregnant with the superstar actor. Legend has it that DiCaprio kicked for the first time while his mother was looking at the painting and gained a name. It is not clear what painting that his mother was looking at, but he’s lucky that he didn’t kick while his mother was looking at the floor or using the bathroom.

Isaacson previously wrote Steve Jobs, which was turned into a movie directed by Danny Boyle that starred Michael Fassbender. The former Time magazine editor also has written bestsellers on Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein, the latter of which was the basis for the Emmy-nominated NatGeo series Genius that starred Geoffrey Rush. Isaacson’s book on Leonardo da Vinci is set to be published on October 17th, 2017 by Simon & Schuster. The author wrote the book while looking at da Vinci’s notebooks and it is expected to connect the science and art aspects of da Vinci while focusing on his intense creativity and drive. According to Isaacson’s book, da Vinci also was a bit of a misfit. The artist/scientist was illegitimate, gay, vegetarian, left-handed, easily distracted and at times heretical.

Da Vinci was born in 1452 and died in 1519 and is best known for painting the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, but he was also a very skilled inventor. He also pursued innovative studies of anatomy his drawing of Vitruvian Man is iconic, but that was only the tip of the iceberg for da Vinci; he was also a genius at math, writing, botany, science, music, history, cartography, and many other subjects. Many historians and scholars regard da Vinci as the prime example of the “Universal Genius” and a “Renaissance Man.”

Leonardo DiCaprio is no stranger to playing real people on the big screen. His third movie role was as Tobias Wolff in This Boy’s Life and two years later he played author, poet, and musician Jim Carroll in The Basketball Diaries. The actor also portrayed con man Frank Abagnale Jr. in Catch Me if You Can and billionaire Howard Hughes in The Aviator. Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of Hugh Glass in The Revenant. No production information is available at this time and it is not clear when the Leonardo da Vinci movie will begin shooting. As previously mentioned, Isaacson’s book on Leonardo da Vinci won’t even be out until the middle of October, so it might be a while before the movie ramps up production.

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Star Wars Prequels Almost Got a Totally Different Anakin Skywalker

For years Star Wars fans could only dream about the events of the Clone Wars and Anakin Skywalker’s fall from grace, as first introduced in the original Star Wars trilogy. The power of the dark side that seduced Darth Vader, the legendary piloting skills of Luke’s father, it was all only spoken about, until George Lucas announced plans to finally bring Episodes I, II, and III to life, promising to show us the first meeting between Obi-Wan and Anakin and the fateful duel that turned the newly minted Darth Vader into “more machine than man.” And George Lucas needed to find perfect actor to play the role. Which wasn’t an easy task by any means.

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There were hundreds of screen tests before Lucas enlisted young Jake Lloyd to play the future Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. To say the performance wasn’t well received is putting it mildly; perhaps no other character in Episode I has been as derided, save for of course Jar Jar Binks. Sadly, Lloyd’s post Star Wars life has been filled with trouble, of the legal and psychiatric kind.

Lloyd had at least one A-list defender, though. Director Ron Howard. He actually wrote a letter to the editor of Newsweek defending both the film and its young star against negative pre-release buzz, writing, “Jake Lloyd is terrific in the film (which, by the way, is truly amazing).” Howard, of course, was drafted some 18 years later to direct another Star Wars prequel, the standalone Han Solo movie. The man who plays Anakin’s male heir has come to Lloyd’s defense, as well. Mark Hamill told an interviewer at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival that he was, “still angry about the way they treated Jake Lloyd. He was only ten years old, that boy, and he did exactly what George wanted him to do. Believe me, I understand clunky dialog.”

The role of the adolescent and young adult Anakin eventually fell to Canadian born actor Hayden Christensen. He “won” twice at the Golden Raspberry Awards for Worst Supporting Actor for the part, but hey, he did manage to grab Best Villain at the MTV Movie Awards and made the list in People’s 50 Most Beautiful People. Love them or hate them, the hindsight has been more kind to the prequels than many of us may realize. In fact, both Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith maintain “Fresh” ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. Revenge of the Sith made close to $850 million dollars when it was released in 2005.

Christensen hasn’t appeared in too many high profile roles since, though he did marry his costar from the movie Jumper, Rachel Bilson, beloved by nerds everywhere as the Wonder Woman costume sporting Summer on TV’s The O.C.

Speaking of teen soap operas, in the years since the prequels, the role of Anakin Skywalker has been voiced by Matt Lanter from the rebooted 90210 series, in both the well-received Clone Wars television series and more recently Star Wars Rebels. But not so long ago, in this very galaxy, Lucasfilm reportedly considered some 1500 actors for the role before deciding on Christensen. Here we take a look at five of the better known people who nearly got the chance to face-off against Ewan McGregor.

Joshua Jackson

Hey, weren’t we just talking about teen soaps? Joshua Jackson, famous for playing Pacey on Dawson’s Creek, nearly nabbed two massive roles back in the day. He was one of the last four or five guys to screen test for the role of Bruce Wayne in what became Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins. In a 2000 interview with CNN, Jackson admitted he’d met with the casting director for Attack of the Clones, though he was quoted as saying, “me and every other white male actor between the ages of 14 and 30.” Interviewers constantly asked him about the role around that time. “I don’t really know that there’s much of auditioning process for this,” he added. “I haven’t been approached by Mr. Lucas. Though I would not turn down the job, believe me.” It was also heavily rumored at the time that Jackson’s TV costar, Dawson himself, was in the running for the role. In 2017, James Van Der Beek said he’d recently discovered there may have been some truth to the rumors after all, though he would have been too busy with his commitments as the star of Dawson’s Creek.

Christian Bale

The role of Batman in the rebooted Dark Knight trilogy eventually went to Christian Bale. But around the same time that Joshua Jackson’s name was getting tossed around as a possible Anakin Skywalker, Bale’s name was in the running, too. The Guardian newspaper in Bale’s native England noted that the then-26 year old Bale was, “the latest young actor to come down with a case of Star Wars speculitis.”

Leonardo DiCaprio

There are more Oscars and nominations between Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio than original hands left on Luke Skywalker or his father, for that matter. DiCaprio was nearly Spider-Man back when James Cameron wanted to direct. He reportedly turned down the role of Robin opposite Val Kilmer in Batman Forever. And in 2015, while promoting The Revenant, he opened up about passing up Star Wars. “I did have a meeting with George Lucas about that, yes,” he says of Anakin Skywalker role, adding that he “just didn’t feel ready to take that dive, at that point.”

Paul Walker

By the turn of the new Millennium, Leonardo DiCaprio had already made What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?, The Basketball Diaries, Romeo + Juliet, and some little movie called Titanic. But years before the Fast and Furious franchise was revived as a mega billions success, the late Paul Walker was best known for his roles in teen dream fare like Varsity Blues and She’s All That. Walker was passed over for Anakin, reportedly because he appeared too old to act against 19 year old Natalie Portman, whose Queen Amidala was supposed to be around 25 in Attack of the Clones. Despite Entertainment Weekly described him as a “teen hunk,” Walker was 26. In 2010, Paul Walker and Hayden Christensen actually appeared together as bank robbers in the ensemble action crime thriller Takers.

Ryan Phillippe

Ryan Phillippe, at the time referred to as “Mr. Reese Witherspoon” by Entertainment Weekly, won a reader’s poll by a wide margin against both of the Dawson’s Creek guys as well as General Hospital‘s Jonathan Jackson, no relation to Joshua. Of course, it would take more than a reader’s poll to convince George Lucas, but Phillippe was definitely close to getting to wear that Padawan braid in his hair. In a 2008 interview, he revealed that he had, in fact, not only met with George Lucas, but even went so far as to read for the part alongside Natalie Portman. As with Walker, the age difference was an obstacle. “I think it was sort of an age thing in their mind,” said Phillippe, who would have been 27 when Attack of the Clones came out.

More than ten years after the release of Revenge of the Sith, Hayden Christensen received a standing ovation from fans when he turned up at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida in 2017. He was even a good sport about one of Anakin’s most infamous lines, the whole “sand” thing. And hey, it’s not like he wrote it! And for all of the haters who are angry that Christensen was inserted into Return of the Jedi? Hey, it’s stock footage. Hayden had no idea George was gonna do that. Speaking of Force Ghosts, we didn’t see one in The Force Awakens. And Rogue One was Hayden Christensen free, too, even during that awesome bacta tank scene. It is very possible that we will see a Anakin Force Ghost in The Last Jedi. But we’ll have to wait until this December to see if the prodigal Jedi returns.

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Annabelle 2 Director Wants to Reboot Elm Street and Critters

Annabelle: Creation director David F. Sandberg currently has the number one movie in the country and has his eyes on possibly rebooting A Nightmare on Elm Street and Critters. The Swedish director’s Annabelle: Creation was made for only $15 million dollars and has now more than doubled its budget, which is a great sign of things to come for Sandberg. Now the director may be setting his sights on rebooting some of New Line’s legendary horror movies.

The news comes to us via ScreenRant. During a discussion about Annabelle: Creation, Sandberg was asked if there were any movies that he would be interested in rebooting. The director chose two classics from the New Line catalog and mentioned that he would like to do something different with the movies as opposed to a traditional reboot. The director had this to say.

“I’ve been thinking about what fun franchises New Line has like A Nightmare on Elm Street and Critters. Might be fun if you took something like that in a different direction from previous installments. Like instead of remaking Nightmare you do some continuation of it in the same world kind of thing.”

Taking Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street as source material for a new movie could potentially be a homerun if done in a caring manner. It would take some serious work to put out something that horror fans would respect, but Sandberg could very well be the director to pull off that kind of undertaking. Taking on A Nightmare on Elm Street could be a very risky project. The last time we saw Freddy Krueger on the big screen was in 2010 for a remake of the original movie and it was critically panned and generally hated by all that saw it. Despite all of the hate for the movie, it did go on to win the People’s Choice Award for Best Horror Movie in 2011.

Critters would be an interesting choice because of the comedic undertones. The original movie was released 2 years after A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1986 and finished the franchise off in 1992 after 4 movies of varying degrees of success. The final movie in the series was a direct to video release that didn’t really leave fans wanting any more of the science fiction horror movie. Critters could be the more interesting choice of the two, purely for underdog status.

David F. Sandberg’s 2016 movie Lights Out was released in 2016 and grossed over $140 million dollars at the box office with an initial budget of $4.9 million dollars. Sandberg’s talents of basically making something from nothing are starting to make him a hot commodity in the horror world, which could lead to him taking the helm of a classic franchise like A Nightmare on Elm Street or even Critters. No official announcements have been made, but if anyone could do something interesting with a horror movie currently, it’s David F. Sandberg.

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Tom Cruise Injured on Mission: Impossible 6 Set During Stunt

Tom Cruise has suffered an injury on the set of Mission: Immpossible 6 after a building jump stunt went wrong. Tom Cruise was performing a stunt where he was supposed to jump from a rigging to another building, but he missed his mark and “hit the building pretty hard.” The extent of Tom Cruise’s injuries are not known at this time, and it isn’t clear if this injur will result in production being shut down for any length of time.

TMZ broke the news of Tom Cruise’s injury, revealing a video that shows the actor making a hard impact with the building he was supposed to land on top of. The actor, who returns as Ethan Hunt for the sixth installment of his lucrative Mission: Impossible franchise, was seen limping atop the building after he pulled himself up to the roof of the building after missing his mark by a considerable distance. The actor was rigged to a wiring harness, so there was no danger of him falling off the building. Still, an injury like this may give the actor some pause, in terms of his stunt work.

Tom Cruise has developed an impressive reputation over the past 20 years, doing all of his own stunts for the Mission: Impossible franchise and the rest of his movies. Producer David Ellison hinted earlier this year that this movie features Tom Cruise’s biggest stunt,” although he refused to shell out any details. Still, given that this stunt comes just after his most daring stunt in {Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, where he’s hanging onto the door of a cargo plane as it takes off, this stunt must be incredibly impressive to top the Rogue Nation feat.

Along with Tom Cruise and franchise regulars such as Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin and Michelle Monaghan, this cast also features franchise newcomers like Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby. It is believed that Henry Cavill’s character will help fill the void left by Jeremy Renner, who was unable to reprise his role as Brandt due to his commitments to Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War, which is still filming, and Avengers 4. It hasn’t been confirmed when production is supposed to wrap on this action sequel quite yet.

While no plot details have been confirmed yet, this movie does make history, since Christopher McQuarrie becomes the first director to take on multiple installments of this action-packed franchise. Paramount Pictures has set a July 27, 2018 release date for Mission: Impossible 6, which doesn’t have any direct competition as of yet, but is sandwiched between some high-profile projects. Opening a week earlier on July 20, 2018 is 20th Century Fox’s Alita: Battle Angel and Universal’s Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!. Opening a week later on August 3, 2018 is Sony’s Holmes & Watson, 20th Century Fox’s The Predator and Lionsgate’s Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral. Take a look at the latest photos and videos from the set of Mission: Impossible 6.

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Avengers: Infinity War Will Reveal Nebula’s Dark Past

Guardians of the Galaxy introduced Nebula as a complex character with a troubled past, but we’re about to learn that her past was even darker than we anticipated in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 explored the fractured relationship between Nebula and Gamora and went a long way in trying to humanize Karen Gillan’s portrayal of Nebula while also telling the story of the torture and pain caused by their adopted father, Thanos. It appears that Infinity War will go even further into Nebula’s past and her experience with her father while continuing her desire for revenge.

Karen Gillan was recently interviewed at Florida SuperCon and ComicBook.com picked up the scoop. Nebula is determined to get vengeance against Thanos and will stop at nothing in doing so, but beforehand, we’re going to get some more information on why Nebula is so determined for revenge. Gillan went out of her way not to spoil anything, but did reveal that Avengers: Infinity War will go into greater detail about Nebula’s past and mentioned that it is apparently darker than once thought. She explains.

“Without giving away any spoilers. We’re definitely going to continue the arc for Nebula and find out more about her past. And actually, we’re going to find out that it’s even worse than we know.”

In addition, Infinity War may offer a culmination of Nebula’s story arc when she comes face to face with the Mad Titan. It isn’t clear how much of the story will come from the comic book, but we could very well end up seeing a powerful version of Nebula in the upcoming movie. Gillan went on to say that Nebula’s story will be a satisfying one and that it’s going to be “an emotional explosion.” Gillan had this to say.

“”We’re going to see her confront all of it. It’s going to be like an emotional explosion.”

Avengers: Infinity War is expected to focus heavily on Thanos and his Black Order and that the Mad Titan will have his ego intact. The villain will apparently not be wearing his signature armor and helmet during the movie as he doesn’t believe that he needs it since he has his hands on the Infinity Gauntlet. Thanos without armor could leave him vulnerable and maybe Nebula might be able take advantage of the situation. This is all speculation at the moment, but the lack of armor could lend itself to the events of the original source material.

Karen Gillan didn’t offer up any further information about Nebula’s part in Avengers: Infinity War, but it is safe to say that she will have a substantial part in the story, maybe even more so than her sister Gamora (Zoe Saldana). At this point, not much about the story is clear, but more information will start to come as the release date nears and as production for Avengers 4 progresses. Avengers: Infinity War is set to hit theaters on May 4th, 2018.

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Justice League Posters Are Missing Superman Once Again

Two new posters have surfaced for Warner Bros.’ highly-anticipated DCEU adventure Justice League, which is slated to hit theaters nationwide on November 17. As is the case with all of the Justice League materials that have been released thus far, Henry Cavill’s Superman character is nowhere to be found on this poster, as the mystery regarding this character’s involvement continues to swirl, while the studio and filmmakers refuse to reveal much about Superman’s involvement. While we may not get our first look at Superman in Justice League until the movie premieres on November 17, rest assured, he will have a major role in the film.

Back in January, director Zack Snyder teased that Superman (Henry Cavill) had a “huge role” in the film, and that both his presence and lack of presence are “big story points” in the movie. At the end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Superman sacrificed himself to help defeat Doomsday, although at the very end of the movie, during Superman’s funeral, we saw the dirt on his coffin levitate, indicating that Superman is in fact not dead at all, and that he will return. Unfortunately, this new poster from DC Comics doesn’t give us any indication of how Superman may fit into this story quite yet, but hopefully we’ll have more details soon. There has also been a Japanese poster that has been released, which features all of these heroes both in and out of their superhero costumes, but, once again, Henry Cavill’s Superman is nowhere to be found.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s (Henry Cavill) selfless act, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash, it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions. The new Justice Leauge synopsis puts Wonder Woman at the front and center of this team, which isn’t surprising since it just passed $400 million domestic and is the first genuine hit to come out of the DCEU.

We also recently reported that the Justice League reshoots helped give the movie a new ending, although that hasn’t been confirmed by the studio. The rumor reveals that the movie was originally supposed to end on a cliffhanger, to help set up the currently untitled Justice League sequel, which is currently slated to hit theaters June 14, 2019. The reshoots are said to “de-emphasize parts of the story that refer to the arrival of Darkseid on Earth” and there is also talk of a “flashback scene involving Robin Wright’s General Antiope character from Wonder Woman.” None of these details have been confirmed as of yet.

Ben Affleck recently teased that this new Justice League movie is the product of two very different directors, meaning Zack Snyder, who filmed most of the movie before he had to depart due to a family tragedy, and Joss Whedon, who was tasked with coming abord to shape the story after Zack Snyder left. Joss Whedon is said to be infusing more humor into the story, although that has yet to be confirmed. While we wait for more details, take a look at the new Justice League poster below.

<strong><em>Justice League</em></strong> Movie Poster

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Annabelle: Creation Wins Weekend Box Office, Earns Double Its Budget

As expected, New Line’s spin-off of the hit Conjuring franchise dubbed Annabelle Creation took the top spot at the box office this weekend with $35 million. The low-budget spin-off has already doubled its $15 million budget, and it’s potentially shaping up to be one of the most profitable movies this year. Other newcomers The Glass Castle and The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature both underperformed, leading to weak opening box office numbers.

Box Office Mojo reports that Annabelle: Creation debuted in 3,502 theaters, for an impressive $10,006 per-screen average, with The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature debuting in third place with $8.9 million, with a meager $2,232 per-screen average from 4,003 theaters, behind Dunkirk in second palace with $11.4 million. The Glass Castle opened in ninth place with $4.8 million, earning a $3,337 per-screen average from 1,461 theaters. Annabelle: Creation, a spin-off of The Conjuring, came just shy of its predecessor, 2014′s Annabelle, which debuted with $37.1 million, en route to $84.2 million domestic and $172.6 million internationally for a worldwide tally of $256.8 million, making it one of the most profitable films of the year, since it was produced on a meager $6.5 million budget.

There are a few aspects of Annabelle: Creation‘s release that could bode well for this horror prequel faring better than its predecessor. For one, Annabelle was not received well by critics, earning a paltry 29% from the critics on Rotten Tomatoes, but this Annabelle prequel made headlines last month when it scored a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes after the first wave of reviews poured in. While the movie’s score has dropped a bit since then, it is still holding strong with an 83% Fresh rating, which still marks a drastic improvement from the original movie. Its 3,400-theater rollout will be slightly larger than its predecessor as well, which opened in 3,185 theaters.

In Annabelle: Creation, several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a doll maker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home. They soon become the target of the doll maker’s possessed creation, Annabelle. David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) directs from a screenplay by Gary Dauberman, who also wrote “Annabelle.” The film stars Stephanie Sigman (Spectre), Talitha Bateman (The 5th Wave), Lulu Wilson (Ouija 2, Deliver Us from Evil), Philippa Coulthard (After the Dark), Grace Fulton (Badland), Lou Lou Safran (The Choice), Samara Lee (Foxcatcher, The Last Witch Hunter), and Tayler Buck in her feature film debut, with Anthony LaPaglia (TV’s Without a Trace) and Miranda Otto (Showtime’s Homeland, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy).

The top 5 is rounded out by Dunkirk} ($11.4 million), The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature ($8.9 million),The Dark Tower ($6.8 million) and The Emoji Movie ($6.6 million). The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature brings Surly Squirrel (Will Arnett) and his whole gang back for another adventure. We are once again in Oakton where the evil mayor has decided to bulldoze Liberty Park and build a dangerous amusement park in its place. Surly and his ragtag group of animal friends band together to save their home, defeat the mayor, and take back the park. The Nut Job 2 also features the voice talent of Katherine Heigl (The Nut Job), Jackie Chan (Kung Fu Panda 3), Peter Stormare (Penguins of Madagascar), Bobby Cannavale (Ant-Man), Isabela Moner (Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life) and Maya Rudolph (The Angry Birds Movie).

The top 10 is rounded out by Girls Trip ($6.5 million), Spider-Man: Homecoming ($6.1 million), Kidnap ($5.2 million), The Glass Castle ($4.8 million) and Atomic Blonde ($4.5 million). Also opening in limited release this weekend is A24′s Good Time, which earned $137,625 from four theaters for a $34,406 per-screen average, Neon’s Ingrid Goes West, which took in $141,216 from three theaters for a $47,072 per-screen average, Roadside Attractions’ The Only Boy Living in New York, which earned $57,619 from 15 theaters for a $3,841 per-screen average, Freestyle Releasing’s Bedeviled, Strand’s The Nile Hilton Incident, Well Go USA’s A Taxi Driver, which took in $332,000 from 41 theaters for a $8,098 per-screen average, Once Upon a Time, which took in $256,500 from 51 theaters for a $5,029 per-screen average and IFC’s A Trip to Spain, which earned $45,306 from three theaters for a $15,102 per-screen average. No box office data was released for Magnolia’s Whose Streets. There is no indication on whether any of these films will expand in the weeks to come or not.

Looking ahead to next weekend, Liosngate rolls out its action-comedy The Hitman’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, along with Bleecker Street’s Logan Lucky, starring Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and Daniel Craig. Also opening in limited release is Vertical Entertainment’s action film 6 Days, Well Go USA’s action-crime thriller The Adventurers, Samuel Goldwyn Films’ drama Gook, Magnolia’s comedy Lemon, Fox Searchlight’s drama Patti Cake$ and Abramorama’s documentary Sidemen: Long Road to Glory. Take a look at our box office projections for the weekend of August 11, and check back on Sunday for the top 10 estimates.

1Annabelle: Creation
2Dunkirk
3The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
4The Dark Tower
5The Emoji Movie
6Girls Trip
7Spider-Man: Homecoming
8Kidnap
9The Glass Castle
10Atomic Blonde

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Weekend Box Office: ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Scares Off August Blues With $35M


Still, it’s another down weekend at the box office as ‘The Nut Job 2′ misses and holdovers like ‘The Dark Tower’ and ‘Detroit’ continue to flail.

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