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6 hours ago

Video inside Blade coming to The Defenders?

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The video is basically talking about how Marvel released a new Blade action figure. Marvel often releases action figures of characters that have not yet been in a film yet before they appear on screen.

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Video inside The Foreigner Official trailer (Jackie Chan & Pierce Brosnan) casino royale director!

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Box Office: 'Wonder Woman' Is Still The Energizer Bunny Of Superhero Movies With $653M WW

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Wonder Woman is the Energizer Bunny of blockbuster movies. She just keeps going and going and going... The Gal Gadot/Chris Pine superhero adventure earned another $25.38 million for Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc. over its fourth weekend of domestic release, dropping just 39% from last weekend's $41m haul. That's one of the smallest fourth-weekend drops ever for a movie that opened above $100m over its first respective Fri-Sun frame. It fell just a little less or just a little more than (random hodge-podge of examples) The Jungle Book (-44%), Finding Dory (-50%), The Secret Life of Pets (-36%), Iron Man (-35%), The Avengers (-34%), Shrek 2 (-38%), The Dark Knight (-38%) and Spider-Man (-36%).

If that weekend estimate holds tomorrow (and the actual figure has been higher than estimates every single prior weekend), it will have the tenth-biggest fourth weekend gross of all time, right between The Jungle Book ($24.48m last year) and The Phantom Menace ($25.6m in 1999). Here’s a crazy stat, which is worth repeating from yesterday. The film has “fallen” 75% from its first $100.251m opening weekend to said $25.1m fourth weekend, a plunge not far from the second-weekend drops for the likes of Alien: Covenant (-70%), Batman v Superman (-69%) and Fifty Shades of Grey (-73%).

Sure, you've had leggier mega-bucks openers in recent history, like Avatar, Titanic and (relatively speaking) the likes of The Sixth Sense and The Ring. But for a movie like this, in this "Netflix and chill" era, which opened this high, to be taking these tiny weekend-to-weekend drops, well, I keep having to move the goal posts in terms of reasonable expectations. With $318.38 million in 24 days, it's now outpacing The Secret Life of Pets, Deadpool and The Jungle Book. What that means is that, barring a dramatic downturn, $360m is the floor for this one. And yeah, it is still trailing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, ($380m as of today) but the gap is getting smaller. And Wonder Woman has already earned over 3x its opening weekend, which is already a dynamite multiplier for a superhero movie.

Maybe Wonder Woman gets to $400 million, maybe it has to settle for a "mere" $370-$390m cume. But I really don't see Despicable Me 3 making a run at $390m, nor do I see Spider-Man: Homecoming taking a shot at Sam Raimi's original Spider-Man and its $403m (in 2002 and in 2D) domestic milestone. So yeah, with a huge inflation-asterisk, Wonder Woman is now above the every J.K. Rowling movie sans Deathly Hallows part 2. Wonder Woman will soon be the third-biggest DC Comics grosser (in North America and not adjusted for inflation) after The Dark Knight Rises ($448m in 2012) and The Dark Knight ($534m in 2008). Once it gets to $374m, it'll be behind only those two films along with Superman ($134m in 1978/$507m in 2017 dollars) and Batman ($251m in 1989/$556m in 2017 grosses) in terms of inflation-adjusted totals.

If it catches up with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, it'll be the biggest comic book/superhero movie ever sans Batman, Iron Man and/or Spider-Man. And it is already among the biggest female-led action/genre films ever, behind the last two Star Wars movies and the first three Hunger Games films, but it'll pass Mockingjay part I ($333m in 2D) soon enough. In other milestones, its worldwide gross has passed the $609 million (in 2008 and sans 3D) global gross of Phyllida Lloyd's Mamma Mia! to be the biggest live-action grosser of all time from a female director. We've talked a lot about conventional wisdom in terms of what makes a hit movie, so I'd like to again note that, in 2008, Mamma Mia made more money worldwide than Wall-E and Iron Man. For that matter, so did Will Smith's Hancock.

Speaking of which, once Wonder Woman passes the $665 million (in 2011) worldwide gross of Jennifer Yuh Nelson's (friggin masterpiece) Kung Fu Panda 2, Patty Jenkins will hold the title for the biggest film ever from a solo female filmmaker. The film earned another $20.5m overseas for a new $334.5m foreign total (yes it's falling faster overseas than in North America). That puts its global cume at $652.88m worldwide, or just between Thor: The Dark World ($642m) and Man of Steel ($668m) among recent superhero hits. Oh, and it has already passed the non-adjusted worldwide totals of the first two Iron Man movies. If it gets past the $714m global gross of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman will be the biggest comic book superhero movie ever sans Batman, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Deadpool, and/or the Guardians of the Galaxy.
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Article inside Edgar Wright explains how Ant-Man departure led to Baby Driver

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I wanted to make a Marvel movie but I donÂ’t think they really wanted to make an Edgar Wright movie,Â’ he said

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Edgar Wright’s departure from Ant-Man after he was announced to write and direct the feature was an eye-opener into the inner workings of Marvel Studios. As the filmmaker behind the Cornetto Trilogy told Variety‘s Playback podcast, “I wanted to make a Marvel movie but I don’t think they really wanted to make an Edgar Wright movie.” Yet, he explained how this turn of events led him to finally make Baby Driver, his 20-years-in-the-making passion project.

Wright called his Ant-Man exit “a really heartbreaking decision” after “having worked on it for so long.” He had been developing the script with Joe Cornish for some time and further honed it for a year more after The World’s End. “I was the writer-director on it and then they wanted to do a draft without me, and having written all my other movies, that’s a tough thing to move forward thinking if I do one of these movies I would like to be the writer-director,” he explained. “Suddenly becoming a director-for-hire on it, you’re sort of less emotionally invested and you start to wonder why you’re there, really.”

Sound familiar? Wright’s reflection comes during a week when Disney’s Lucasfilm fired Phil Lord and Chris Miller from helming the untitled Han Solo movie and replaced them with Ron Howard. All parties cited “creative differences,” but an EW source divulged, “They thought they were brought on to make a Phil and Chris movie.”

With Marvel, also under the Mouse House umbrella, similar experiences were had by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World director) and Ava DuVernay (a candidate for Black Panther director). The consensus? Not everyone can direct one of these movies. James Gunn, for one, seems to thrive on the collaboration process; heÂ’ll be the first Marvel director to helm an entire trilogy with Guardians of the Galaxy.

“The good thing that came out of it is, I got to kind of move on to [Baby Driver], which was a script that I had already written,” Wright recalled. “And maybe one of the ironies about it is I had thought in the back of my head, ‘Well if the Marvel movie does well, maybe I’ll have enough muscle to get Baby Driver made,’ and so it’s ironic I guess that I didn’t make that movie and got Baby Driver made, and with a studio, which for an original movie is very rare.”

“And the other important thing for me,” he continued, “is almost the entirety of my crew who were gonna do that movie sort of left in solidarity. So it was really important to me to get another film going so I could kind of re-employ them all. So the funny thing about Baby Driver is it pretty much features all the [department heads] who were gonna do the other movie with me.”

Baby Driver hits theaters June 28.

 
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2 days ago

Video inside Snoop Dog Hot Box Office Transformers

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2 days ago

Image inside Edgar Wright's 'Baby Driver' Is Sitting At 100 On RT

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Article inside Rumor: Warner Bros Looking To Release 3-4 DCEU Movies A Year

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Following the smash success of Wonder Woman, many fans are wondering what exactly the future holds for the DC Extended Universe. While audiences can look forward to this November's Justice League as well as next year's Aquaman, the cinematic universe currently does not have another film that is beyond the pre-production stage.

But according to one new rumor, that could change very soon.

Umberto Gonzalez, of Heroic Hollywood and The Wrap, recently hinted that the DCEU's upcoming slate could increase significantly. While 2016 and 2017 have seen an output of two DCEU films a year, Gonzalez says that that could increase to three or four films annually.

"A lot of people have been asking me 'What's the next movie in 2018?'" Gonzalez explained while on the Heroic Insider video podcast. "I know for a fact that DC is trying to get three to four movies made a year going forward."

While this news can currently be taken with a grain of salt, it's not entirely implausible when you look at the DCEU properties currently in development.

Shazam, Cyborg, and Green Lantern Corps, which were included in the initial DCEU announcement, all still have fairly set release dates for 2019 and 2020. But outside of that, sequels for Man of Steel, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, and Justice League are still within the realm of possibility.

In addition, the cinematic universe has quite a few film franchises they would like to establish, with The Flash, The Batman, Gotham City Sirens, Justice League Dark, and films focusing on Black Adam, Batgirl, and Nightwing all having been announced.

As for when this hypothetical new slate of films will be announced, Gonzalez says to keep an eye on next month's San Diego Comic-Con.

"If I were you guys, I'd make sure I'd be inside Hall H this summer."

While many DC Comics characters have yet to be officially cast in the DCEU, we have a few ideas as to who could play many of the heroes and villains in live action.

Justice League currently has a 4.16 out of 5 on ComicBook.com's anticipation rankings. The full synopsis can be found below.

In Justice League, fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League is directed by Zack Snyder, from a screenplay by Chris Terrio, and features an ensemble cast that includes Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill(Superman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Ciarán Hinds (Steppenwolf), Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Diane Lane (Martha Kent), Jeremy Irons (Alfred Pennyworth), J.K. Simmons (Commissioner Gordon), Amber Heard (Mera), Kiersey Clemons (Iris West) and Jesse Eisenberg (Lex Luthor).

Wonder Woman is in theaters now, followed by Justice League on November 17, 2017; Aquaman on July 27, 2018; Shazam on April 5, 2019; Justice League 2 on June 14, 2019; Cyborg on April 3, 2020; and Green Lantern Corps on July 24, 2020. The Flash, The Batman, Dark Universe and Man of Steel 2 are currently without a release dates.

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Video inside PITCH PERFECT 3 Official Trailer #1

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Article inside ‘Wonder Woman’ Breaks Records: Biggest Live-Action Box Office Hit by Female Director

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“Wonder Woman” set a new milestone on Friday, becoming the highest-grossing live-action film to be directed by a woman.

The superhero adventure eclipsed the $609.8 million racked up by “Mamma Mia!,” the Abba musical that was directed by Phyllida Lloyd.

“Wonder Woman” was directed by Patty Jenkins, who previously oversaw the Oscar-winning “Monster.” Despite the critical raves that “Monster” earned, Jenkins had to wait 14 years before directing another feature film. She only got the “Wonder Woman” gig after the original choice, Michelle MacLaren, was pushed out in the wake of creative differences.

“Wonder Woman” was backed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Critics loved the film, praising it as a breath of fresh air after a series of downbeat comic book films such as “Suicide Squad” and “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Jenkins hasn’t officially signed on to direct a “Wonder Woman” sequel, but in an interview with Variety, DC Comics chief creative officer Geoff Johns said he is already working with the director on a treatment for a follow-up.

“Wonder Woman” stars Gal Gadot as the lasso-sporting title character. Chris Pine, Robin Wright, and David Thewlis co-star in the picture.

Domestically, “Wonder Woman” is the third-highest-grossing film of the year with $289.2 million. It ranks behind “Beauty and the Beast” ($503.5 million) and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” ($376.7 million).

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2 days ago

Article inside AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR To Be The Final Chapter For Some MCU Regulars

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It's been assumed for a while but Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has now confirmed that some longtime MCU superheroes will be riding off into the sunset after Avengers: Infinity War.

Chris Evans previously teased that Avengers 4 is likely his last outing in the MCU as Captain America but Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has now implied that Evans might not be alone.

Of course, Feige didn't say WHO would be saying goodbye to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War and/or Avengers 4 but he did confirm that the long teased confrontation with Thanos will have some long-lasting fallout- namely, that some familiar faces and characters that have been there from the beginning are likely not going to be brought back when their contract expires.

When JoBlo specifically asked if Feige was referring to Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., Feige gave a typical Feige-like answer.

"We have another two years of hard work to even finish these movies, and they [the actors] have a lot of hard work to do, so that's all we're thinking about, is completing those and delivering on the promise of those. Where it goes beyond that, we'll see."

Perhaps these characters will be simply retiring, rather than going the way of Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver? It's really anyone's guess at this point. However, that probably won't stop the Marvel fandom from speculating...

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Article inside Power Rangers director says film suffered from PG-13 rating

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Lionsgate’s Power Rangers reboot was meant to launch a six-film franchise, as confirmed to EW by director Dean Israelite, but talk of sequels have been quiet given the box office numbers — with a production budget of $100 million, the movie earned just over $140 million worldwide. During a more recent interview, Israelite said a big deterrent for Power Rangers‘s success was the PG-13 rating.

“Yes, definitely,” he told ScreenRant when asked if he thought the rating had an effect. “Definitely. And not only do I think it, but there’s been market studies on it, and the findings have been that if the movie were rated PG — I don’t want to go into the specific numbers — but if the movie had been rated PG, there would have been more traffic. I think parents were unsure if they could bring their kids to the movie, which surprised me, because the movie is a tame PG-13.”

According to Israelite, preview screenings suggested “a 7-year-old might be scared, but in a good way.” He explained, “They liked that they were scared of Rita, but they still came out of the movie enjoying it, they liked what was going on. I think we really tread that line well, so it was disappointing that parents didn’t know that they could take their kids to it.”

He further hopes that the home release with allow parents to watch and “see that it’s suitable.”

Power Rangers introduced Dacre Montgomery as Red Ranger Jason, Naomi Scott as Pink Ranger Kimberly, RJ Cyler as Blue Ranger Billy, Becky G as Yellow Ranger Trini, Ludi Lin as Black Ranger Zack, Bryan Cranston as Zordon, Bill Hader as Alpha 5, and Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa.

The mid-credits scene set up plans for a sequel by introducing the name Tommy Oliver, a.k.a. the alter ego of the Green Ranger, in a Ferris Bueller-type sequence.

“Obviously, the next generation [of films in the franchise] would hopefully include what we’re teasing at the end of this film, because I think that’s something that fans are really going to enjoy,” he told EW. “Even for non-fans, he would be an incredible character to bring into this ensemble, and of course you want to keep going.”

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Image inside Toy Story writer debunks viral story about Andy's dad

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The so-called “true story about Andy’s dad” in Toy Story has been debunked by Toy Story writer Andrew Stanton as “complete and utter fake news.”

“Everyone go back to your homes,” Stanton wrote on Twitter after a story about Andy’s dad dying from polio before the events depicted in the 1995 film went viral. “Nothing to see here, folks,” Stanton added along with the hashtag #iwasthere. The Finding Dory director is one of the credited writers on the original Toy Story film.

The discredited Andy theory was first discussed in a video interview on Thursday with toy reviewer Mike Mozart, who claimed to have heard it from Joe Ranft, a former head writer at Pixar who died in 2005. (Ranft is credited as coming up with the story for Toy Story and also received story credits on Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.) Per Mozart as relayed by the videoÂ’s host, Jonathan Carlin, AndyÂ’s dad was stricken with polio as a young boy and later diagnosed with post-polio syndrome after he had married AndyÂ’s mom and fathered Andy and AndyÂ’s sister.

Before StantonÂ’s debunk, the claims about AndyÂ’s dad went viral online with numerous sites picking up the Mozart video.


Toy Story has long found itself at the center of various fan theories since its release. Earlier this year, another theory about Andy’s mom, which purported that she was Jesse’s first owner, also went viral online and even drew a response from Tom Hanks, who voices Woody in the films. “Sounds like a fantastic off-story, a little bit of fan knowledge to me,” Hanks said to HuffPost. “And I’m sure the folks at Pixar have paid attention to it. I’m not saying such a flashback might happen in the fourth movie, but check it out.”

Other fan theories involving AndyÂ’s dad speculate that he had either died before the events of the film or gotten divorced from AndyÂ’s mom.

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Marvel's The Punisher May Hit Netflix Sooner Than Expected

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Netflix has had a busy year with its Marvel releases, but the streaming site isnÂ’t done just yet. MarvelÂ’s The Punisher is still slated to debut following the release of The Defenders, and the gritty show may be dropping sooner than fans expected.

Earlier this month, news broke that The Punisher would go public in November. The much-awaited series wrapped filming a month or so ago, giving Netflix and Marvel plenty of post-production space. Now, MCU Exchange is reporting a source of theirs tipped them off about the exact premiere date of The Punisher. The site says “someone close to the streaming titan” told them the project is slated to go live on November 14.

For fans, the release date would be an unexpected one. November 14 falls on a Tuesday which isnÂ’t usually considered prime premiere real estate. However, it would not be the first time Netflix has ushered a show out on a Tuesday. The site dropped House of CardÂ’s fifth season on a Tuesday, and the season two premiere of Stranger Things will also fall on that day. If The Punisher also falls on the weekday, then the site may be signaling a permanent shift in its premiere schedule.

For now, the report regarding The PunisherÂ’s premiere date can only be classified as a rumor. Neither Marvel nor Netflix have commented on the report or given an exact date for the showÂ’s release. Some fans had anticipated the standalone series to drop closer to Thanksgiving as more viewers would be on holiday break to binge the show, but Netflix may be preparing to surprise its users.

Earlier this year, news broke that The Punisher was eyeing a November release by accident. The Hollywood Reporter did an interview with Dearbhla Walsh, one of the directors for The Punisher. She let the anticipated release schedule for the Marvel show slip during the chat, saying, “[I’ve directed] one other time that hasn't been aired yet, which was an episode of the new Marvel series The Punisher, which I did just before Christmas, but it's not airing until November.”

Marvel's The Punisher is being developed by Steve Lightfoot for Netflix. Lightfoot will serve as showrunner.

Jon Bernthal will star alongside Ben Barnes, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Amber Rose Revah, Deborah Ann Woll, Daniel Webber, Jason R. Moore, Paul Schulze, Jaime Ray Newman, and Michael Nathanson. Production on the first season of The Punisher commenced in October 2016 and wrapped back in April 2017.



The Punisher is based on the Marvel Comics character created by Gerry Conway, John Romita Sr., and Ross Andru. The character debuted in Amazing Spider-Man #129 in 1974. Originally meant to be a Spider-Man villain, the Punisher's brutality resonated with fans and turned him into a cult classic. The vigilante has since starred in several series including three live-action movies: one starring Dolph Lundgren in 1989, another starring Thomas Jane in 2004, and Punisher: War Zone with Ray Stevenson in 2004

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The 50 Best Good Bad Movies

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The 50 Best Good Bad Movies

The bad special effects, the awful acting, the nonsensical plots — there’s something enchanting about a movie that’s hopelessly bad. After rewatching all the films your favorite actors wish you’d forget, we determined which are the best (well, best worst) ones ever.

Here’s a thing I’m not afraid to admit: I’ve seen Road House more times than I’ve seen The Godfather. I’ve seen Citizen Kane twice in my life — but once watched She’s All That twice in a weekend. You, too, are guilty of something like this.
There’s just something enjoyable about a movie that’s hopelessly committed to its (very bad) vision. Whether it’s due to bad special effects, awful acting, or a completely absurd or nonsensical plot, these films create a sense of sheer wonderment and force you to exclaim, “How is this a movie?!” But the mere fact that something so illogical, or low-budget, or ill-conceived exists is at the root of why we like these movies. They’re so bad that … they’re actually kind of good.

Because it’s summertime — the season when so many Good Bad Movies have bloomed — we wanted to give the subgenre the attention it deserves. We’ll be exploring the genre at length, but no project would be complete without a big list that definitively determines the greatest Good Bad Movies to ever be released. It was a Herculean task (and in this case we’re specifically using that adjective with the Rock’s Hercules in mind); here’s how we did it.

The Qualifications

The Good Bad Movie genre is not easy to define. The line between so-bad-it’s-good and so-bad-I-left-the-theater is quite thin; taste is subjective, and what one person finds to be amusingly bad others may consider plain bad. The emergence of parody movies, meanwhile, raises questions about how integral artistic intent is in giving a film the Good Bad label. Therefore, following these three rules is a solid, efficient way to determine whether a movie is Good Bad:

Enjoyment of the movie must be derived from its badness. Its badness needs to be the thing that creates a sense of bewildered enjoyment.

There must be a pervading sense that those who made the film thought what they were doing was great, or at least good. Good Bad Movies have minimal self-awareness. Here are two examples that may help explain this sentiment: (1) MacGruber is not a Good Bad Movie, it’s a tribute to Good Bad Movies, and (2) Fast Five is not a Good Bad Movie, it is a movie that intentionally wades into ridiculousness (and then manufactures a reaction similar to the one a Good Bad Movie elicits naturally).

The movie must have been something of a critical failure when it was released. Critics, god bless them, hold movies to a high standard as an art form and generally don’t reward a movie for being of low quality. In that way, they’re a helpful, as-objective-as-possible resource in determining which films are bad, and therefore eligible to be Good Bad.

After solidifying what qualifies a Good Bad Movie, we moved toward constructing a definitive top-50 list.

The Process

It started in-house, with staff members of The Ringer nominating candidates. After weeding out the nominees that did not adhere to Rule No. 3 above — any film with over a 60 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes was deemed ineligible — the remaining movies were put through this formula:

I know. Stay with me.

CR stands for Cultural Relevance, and was determined by multiplying a movie’s number of Google News hits in the last year (with 1 point being awarded per 100 hits) by the number of years it’s been since that movie’s release. A Good Bad Movie’s ability to stay in the cultural conversation years after it came out is important, and indicates how a respective movie is gaining appreciation and growing a fan base.

RT — this one’s easy — stands for Rotten Tomatoes score. Because Good Bad Movies must overcome an astonishingly low level of quality, our system favors the films with truly abysmal critical receptions, rather than the ones that were reviewed as mediocre to bad.

PO stands for Public Opinion. Overall enjoyment is the absolute end goal of a Good Bad Movie, and how much a Good Bad Movie is liked is core to its rating against other Good Bad Movies. To determine PO, a couple of weeks ago we tweeted out a list of every candidate and asked readers to pick their 10 favorites. After the poll closed and total votes were tabulated, each movie was ranked from 1 to 64, with first place being awarded 64 points, second place 63 points, and so on. Do the 6,700 or so people who voted in this poll appropriately represent the opinion of the viewing public? Probably not. But until the government adds Good Bad Movie questions to census forms, this is the best we’ve got.

GBS stands for Good Bad Score. The higher a movie’s GBS is, the more esteemed it is as a Good Bad Movie.

All right! Now that math class is over, it’s time to learn the 50 best Good Bad Movies ever. — Andrew Gruttadaro

The Ranking

50. ‘Idle Hands’ (1999)
49. ‘Lionheart’ (1990)
48. ‘Cellular’ (2004)
47. ‘Dante’s Peak’ (1997)
46. ‘Obsessed’ (2009)
45. ‘Stone Cold’ (1991)
44. ‘The Wicker Man’ (2006)
43. ‘Youngblood’ (1986)
42. ‘Hercules’ (2014)
41. ‘You Got Served’ (2004)
40. ‘Battleship’ (2012)
39. ‘Save the Last Dance’ (2001)
38. ‘The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift’ (2006)
37. ‘Just One of the Guys’ (1985)
36. ‘Bad Boys 2’ (2003)
35. ‘Spice World’ (1997)
34. ‘Battlefield Earth’ (2000)
33. ‘Surviving the Game’ (1994)
32. ‘Mission: Impossible II’ (2000)
31. ‘Nothing but Trouble’ (1991)
30. ‘Demolition Man’ (1993)
29. ‘The Chase’ (1994)
28. ‘The Last Action Hero’ (1993)
27. ‘The Happening’ (2008)
26. ‘Gigli’ (2003)
25. ‘Catwoman’ (2004)
24. ‘Con Air’ (1997)
23. ‘The Room’ (2003)
22. ‘Troll 2’ (1990)
21. ‘Road House’ (1989)
20. ‘Fear’ (1996)
19. ‘Mortal Kombat’ (1995)
18. ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie’ (1993)
17. ‘Deep Blue Sea’ (1999)
16. ‘Honey’ (2003)
15. ‘xXx’ (2002)
14. ‘No Holds Barred’ (1989)
13. ‘Showgirls’ (1995)
12. ‘She’s All That’ (1999)
11. ‘The Beach’ (2000)
10. ‘Speed 2: Cruise Control’ (1997)
9. ‘Over the Top’ (1987)
8. ‘Final Destination’ (2000)
7. ‘Anaconda’ (1997)
6. ‘White Chicks’ (2004)
5. ‘Batman & Robin’ (1997)
4. ‘Masters of the Universe’ (1987)
3. ‘Congo’ (1995)
2. ‘Wild Wild West’ (1999)
1. ‘Godzilla’ (1998)


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Article inside Charlie Sheen Sued (Again) for Exposing Ex-Girlfriend to HIV

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An ex-girlfriend of Charlie Sheen has filed a lawsuit accusing him of exposing her to HIV, and then dissuading her from taking antiretroviral drugs.

Neither Sheen nor the ex-girlfriend are identified by name in the suit, which was filed Thursday in L.A. County Superior Court. However, the defendant — referred to as “confidential male defendant” — is said to have learned he was HIV positive in 2011, and given national TV interviews about his HIV status on Nov. 17, 2015, and June 21, 2016. Sheen learned he was HIV positive in 2011, and he publicly revealed it on “The Today Show” on Nov. 17, 2015. He gave an update on the program on June 21, 2016.

The plaintiff is identified only as Jane Doe, and is described as a “Russian émigré.”

This is the second time that Sheen has been sued for allegedly exposing an ex-girlfriend to the virus. Scottine Ross, his ex-fiance, filed a similar suit in December 2015, alleging physical and emotional abuse in addition to HIV exposure. That suit was referred to arbitration.

According to the new lawsuit, the plaintiff met Sheen in September 2015, and they quickly began a sexual relationship. She says she asked him whether he had any sexually transmitted diseases, and he repeatedly assured her that he was “fine.” She says that at first, they used latex condoms but they did have unprotected oral sex. On Oct. 26, 2015, they had unprotected intercourse for the first time, she alleges.

Afterward, she says that Sheen told her that he was in fact HIV positive, and gave her two pills to prevent transmission. The plaintiff became alarmed and upset, and sought emergency medical treatment the next day. She was told she would have to take antiretroviral medication for several weeks.

A few days later, she and Sheen argued about the exposure, according to the suit. He blamed her for the exposure and told her he was “noble” for telling her about his HIV status at all. He also said he had not previously disclosed his HIV status because it was “none of [her] f—ing business.” He also told her that the drugs she had been prescribed were unnecessary, and told her not to believe “the convenient rumors of the medical community.”

He also made bizarre statements, according to the suit, including that “Apocalypse” had “cleansed” her soul and that he could “see the future,” and she was going to be fine.

“This is more about … not if, but when you do come down with this [HIV], that we’re together and at least we have each other,” the suit quotes him as saying.

In addition, the suit alleges that he made repeated use of the n-word, describing himself as “the dumbest f—ing n—– in the room.” He also referred to other women he had slept with and who were threatening him with legal action over HIV exposure as “f—ing n—–s” who had committed “treason,” which was “punishable by death.”

The new lawsuit explains that the defendant is not named because the plaintiff signed a non-disclosure agreement. Gary Dordick, the plaintiffÂ’s attorney, is seeking to invalidate the agreement on the theory that it was coerced.

SheenÂ’s attorney, Martin Singer, was unavailable for comment.

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Article inside Box Office: 'Transformers 5' Stumbles Thursday With $8M, May Not Clear $60M in U.S. Debut

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The summer tentpole is counting on a strong run overseas, where it opened to a rousing $48 million on Friday, the third-best start of all time for a foreign title.

Paramount and Hasbro's Transformers: The Last Knight is off to a troubled start in North America, where it earned $8.1 million on Thursday for a muted two-day total of $23.8 million, the lowest start of any title in the franchise.

Prerelease tracking had suggested Transformers 5 would post a five-day domestic debut in the $70 million-$75 million range, notably behind the $100 million North American launch of the last title, Transformers: Age of Extinction, over the three-day June 27-29 weekend in 2014 and the lowest in the Hasbro toy-based series.

Based on Wednesday and Thursday's performance, however, the new film could have trouble clearing $60 million in its opening.

Instead, The Last Knight — similar to recent high-profile summer tentpole Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales — is counting on sizable returns internationally, where it opened to an impressive $47.9 million in China on Friday, the third-best showing of all time for a foreign movie after Fate of the Furious and Furious 7, which took in north of $60 million.

That's 69 percent ahead of Age of Extinction, which grossed a massive $858.6 million to become the first Transformers movie to top the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office, on its way to resting at $1.1 billion, not accounting for inflation. The domestic portion was $245.4 million, which, again, was the lowest in the film series.

The Last Knight opens in its first 42 foreign territories this weekend, including a slew of other major markets, such as the U.K., Russia, Australia, Germany, Italy, North Korea and Hong Kong. In China, it has amassed more than $15 million in advance ticket sales.

Paramount puts the movie's production budget at $217 million before a major marketing spend. The Transformers series has never been a favorite of critics, with The Last Knight currently sporting a 16 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Audiences gave the film a B+ CinemaScore.

Mark Wahlberg returns to star in the latest pic — he made his franchise debut in Age of Extinction — while Laura Haddock and Anthony Hopkins join the series as an Oxford professor and English lord, respectively. Together, the three characters must race to uncover the secret history of the Transformers before the world is destroyed. Josh Duhamel, who appeared in the first three Transformers movies but sat out Age of Extinction, also stars.

The Last Knight is the only new film opening nationwide this weekend. The specialty box office sees the debut of two high-profile titles in select theaters Friday: Focus Features' The Beguiled, from director Sofia Coppola, and Lionsgate's The Big Sick, helmed by Michael Showalter.

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Image inside 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' First Reactions: 'A Total Home Run'

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Peter Parker returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in his first solo outing and going by the reactions, Sony was smart to let Marvel produce

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” won’t have any trouble getting a date to the big dance: Early reactions hit the internet on Friday evening, and many in the superhero film press are deeply enmeshed in its charming web.

“#SpiderManHomecoming gets it right. It’s gets it ALL right. It is the greatest, funniest, most exciting Spidey movie. A total home run,” tweeted Cinemablend’s Sean O’Connell after a New York City media screening.


Film critic Mike Ryan from Uproxx added, “SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING is an absolute, gosh-darned DELIGHT. It’s like Spider-Man meets CAN’T HARDLY WAIT.”


While Sony is distributing “Homecoming,” Marvel Studios produced the film and introduced Peter Parker back into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Considering the last two Sony produced “Spider-Man” films underperformed critically, it looks preliminarily like the studio made a wise decision to let Marvel Studios and producer Kevin Feige handle the creative decisions.

“#SpiderManHomecoming is SUCH a good time. Fun, inventive action w/ some of the best humor in a Marvel film yet. Great start for MCU Spidey!” tweeted Fandango’s Erik Davis.


“Spider-Man: Homecoming is a blast. It has an innocence that differentiates it from the other MCU movies but plenty of fun & spectacle too,” tweeted io9’s Germain Lussier.


Not everyone was completely sold, however.

“#SpiderManHomecoming is the third best Spider-Man movie. The cast is great, the tone is affable, the drama is… a little thin, honestly,” tweeted CraveOnline’s William Bibiani.


But Comicbook.com’s Brandon Davis countered, “Spider-Man: Homecoming is endless fun, from the first second to the last. Flawless.”


“Absolutely LOVED LOVED LOVED Spider-Man Homecoming. Funny. Filled with surprises. Tons of fun. Going to make insane $ at box office,” tweeted Collider.com’s Steven Weintraub.


The film picks up with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) following the events of “Captain America: Civil War” as the young web-slinger balances his dual identity of a budding superhero while navigating the everyday life of a teenager in high school. Robert Downey Jr. reprises his role as Tony Stark and serves as a mentor to Peter, offering his guidance and leadership in an effort to coach the young hero so that he can eventually become an official Avenger just as Peter goes up against his first major nemesis, Adrian Toomes, aka The Vulture (Michael Keaton).

“Homecoming” will skip the backstory of how Parker gets his powers, a story that was highlighted in the previous “Spider-Man” incarnations.

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” also stars Marisa Tomei, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, and Tony Revolori, and hits theaters July 7.

 
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Article inside Full Cast list for SPIDER-MAN: Homecoming leaked (SPOILERS)

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With Spider-Man: Homecoming less than two weeks out, Sony Pictures has issued the official cast list, revealing the additions of both Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Connelly (Hulk) to the cast. Paltrow will be reprising her role as Pepper Potts for the first time since 2013's Iron Man 3 while Connelly returns to world of superheroes as a character named "Karen/Suit Lady," which could hint at a possible S.H.I.E.L.D. connection since Spidey has no prominent Karen in his life (unless it's an obscure reference to Karen O'Malley from the Spider-Man: Unlimited animated series).

The cast list also confirms the true identities of several cast members and reveals two more potential Marvel villains in Aaron Davis, a.k.a. the Prowler, played by Donald Glover (Atlanta), and Mac Gargan a.k.a. the Scorpion, played by Michael Mando (Orphan Black). We also have confirmation that there will indeed be two Shockers: the Herman Schultz version, played by Bokeem Woodbine (Fargo), and the Jackson Brice iteration, played by Logan Marshall-Green (Devil).

Angourie Rice is playing Betty Brant and Garcelle Beauvais (Flight) is listed as Doris Toomes, likely suggesting she's the Vulture's wife (or ex-wife) and quite possibly, also confirming the identity of another key cast member.

Stan Lee will cameo as a character named Gary, and Chris Evans will cameo as Captain America, although it's uncertain whether we'll see him outside of the disciplinary videos playing at Peter Parker's school.

 
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Article inside Rocko's Modern Life is really coming back!!!!!!!!

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In case you hadn't already heard, Nickelodeon is bringing back the beloved '90s cartoon Rocko's Modern Life for a brand new one-hour TV special, Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling, in 2018.

Today Nickelodeon announced that the Rocko's Modern Life special — written and executive produced by the series’ original creator, Joe Murray — will reunite the original voice actors from the main cast.



Returning cast members include Carlos Alazraqui (Rocko, Spunky, Leon), Tom Kenny (Heffer, Chuck, Really Really Big Man), Mr. Lawrence (Filburt Turtle), Charlie Adler (Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead), Linda Wallem (Aunt Gretchen), Jill Talley (Nosey), and Joe Murray (Ralph).


The network also announced the plot of the special, and for a program that's being rebooted in the name of '90s nostalgia, it is extreeeeemely meta.

Static Cling follows the original cast of Rocko's Modern Life after returning from having been lost in outer space since 1996 (the same year the original series ended).

While those plebes Heffer and Filburt are all about modern technology and hip food and blah blah snore, Rocko, the intellectual, is struggling because he's NOSTALGIC FOR THE '90s.



According to the press release, Rocko "whole-heartedly believes that his nostalgia for the past can save him from the tortures of the modern world."
This is the story of a '90s cartoon character who's been brought back to appeal to our '90s nostalgia, while he, too, struggles with his own '90s nostalgia.



ITS REALLY COMING BACK ONE OF THE GOAT CARTOONS!!!!

Hey Arnold and now Rocko!!!


 
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