The new Trailer for AVENGERS: ENDGAME has just debuted following-up of Thanos’ destructive snap. Surely you didn’t think that was it, did you? Captain Marvel also surfaces here!
The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.”
See the Trailer:
Marvel Entertainment Canada release AVENGERS: ENDGAMEFriday, April 26, 2019.
We’re sure many of you were enamoured by some of the amazing ads once again which aired during the SUPER BOWL! Surfacing tonight during the game where some new TV spots from Disney/Marvel/Pixar which you’ll want to see again!
Check ’em out!
CAPTAIN MARVEL opens in theatres on March 7, 2019.
AVENGERS: END GAME
AVENGERS: ENDGAME opens in theatres on April 26, 2019.
TOY STORY 4
TOY STORY 4 opens in theatres June 21, 2019.
(Photo/video credit: Walt Disney Motion Pictures Studios Canada)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada certainly is always at the thick of it when it comes to blockbuster releases and once again they do not disappoint as they unveil their upcoming slate of releases at their annual Holiday Preview.
After the release of Ralph Breaks the Internet, a timeless beloved family movie gets a Sequel in Mary Poppins Returns. Emily Blunt and Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda star in this highly anticipated sequel featuring live-action and a throwback to the original animation style as well.
Coming in 2019, we have two massive Marvel movies coming up, there is Captain Marvel starring the incomparable Brie Larson, which will be the big release that fills the audience in on a major character for Avengers 4.
After Captain Marvel, we wrap-up phase three of the Avengers Saga with Avengers 4. After Thanos’ snap wiped-out half of the Avengers, the remaining Avengers have to stop Thanos and hopefully fix the damage he has done.
Take us to May 2019 and we have the hotly-anticipated Sequel to Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: We Still Don’t Know The Title Unfortunately. It is hard to hype-up a movie that made a record-breaking amount of money and has achieved all the success, but we all know that this final entry into phase three will be a game-changer.
Tim Burton is back! Those words excite me more than they should, but Dumbo looks like it is going to be in the vein of typical Burton and that sounds absolutely incredible. The Trailer that dropped earlier last week speaks volumes to how gorgeous this newest Dumbo film will be and the Cast look incredible, it is however Darker but that is stylized like Burton’s other works.
Artemis Fowl based on the best selling book series and Noelle are also coming out in 2019 from Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada.
The Sequel to Frozen will also make its debut in late 2019, and that is not even the most shocking Sequel on this list. Toy Story 4 dropped two teaser Trailers, introducing a few new characters to the mix while also bringing back all of our favourite characters. Let me tell you June 21st, I will be sitting in a theatre watching Toy Story 4 multiple times and loving every second of life. Moreover, The Lion King is getting the live-action reboot with Jon Favreau at the helm, and if that doesn’t excite you then I don’t know what will!
Disney also will be releasing the last entry into the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars Episode IX. There is literally nothing that needs to be said about this. It will shatter records, it will anger fans, people will cry, everyone is going to see it. Personally, I’m excited for a new saga, but am truly intrigued by how the Skywalker saga will conclude.
SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY tells the competition, landing at the top spot this weekend at the Box Office with $92.6 million Friday to Sunday. The Disney release plays in 4,381 theatres this U.S. Memorial Day weekend. While Critics were lukewarm on it giving it 71% on the Tomatometer, it maintains its standing with Audiences getting an A- CinemaScore. This places this installment in the Franchise as the fifth-highest opening for a Star Wars Film. The top spot still belongs to 2015’s The Force Awakens with $247 million.
In second is DEADPOOL 2 with $41.2 million from 4,349 theatres for a two-week tally of $216 million for 20th Century Fox.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR finds itself in third with $15.3 million in its fifth week, a total $624 million grossed to-date for Marvel/Disney.
BOOK CLUB is in fourth with $9.6 million, by no means disgraced considering the company it is in for Paramount Pictures, a total $34.6 million in two weeks.
LIFE OF THE PARTY is in fifth for Warner Bros. with $4.9 million, a total $40.2 million.
RBG rounds-out the Top Ten with $1.2 million from 415 theatres for Mongrel Media/Magnolia Pictures, a four week total of $5.7 million.
DEADPOOL 2 is v. much alive! The latest Marvel entry takes top spot in its opening with an outstanding $132.1 million from 4,349 theatres in North America for 20th Century Fox. It gets 84% on the Tomatometer and an A CinemaScore from Audiences. Its Predecessor set a record for highest R-rated opening ever for a Film with $132.4 million and this one falls just shy. Numbers still are yet to be finalized.
Slipping to second is AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR with a healthy $28.2 million for Marvel/Disney. Over four weeks it has grossed $598 million domestically.
BOOK CLUB opens in third with $13.4 million for Paramount Pictures, playing in 2,781 theatres. It gets 59% on the Tomatometer and an A- CinemaScore.
LIFE OF THE PARTY tallies in fourth spot with $7.8 million for Warner Bros., a two-week total of $30.9 million.
SHOW DOGS opens in sixth spot with $5.3 million from 3,145 theatres for eOne Films/Global Road. It gets 26% on the Tomatometer, but a great A- CinemaScore.
Rounding-out the Top Ten is Ruth Ginsburg Documentary RBG with $1.2 million.
In its third week out, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR still is showing no signs of stopping as it takes the top of the Box Office yet again with $60 million from 4,474 theatres across North America for Disney/Marvel. It has made $546 million thus far in its run, the second-fastest rise of all time to the the half-billion mark.
LIFE OF THE PARTY debuts in second with $17.4 million for Warner Bros. from 3,656 theatres. The Melissa McCarthy-starring Comedy gets 41% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
BREAKING IN opens in third with $14.4 million from 2,537 theatres for Universal Pictures. The Thriller starring Gabrielle Union, gets 29% on the Tomatometer and a B CinemaScore.
A QUIET PLACE finds itself in fifth with $6.1 million for Paramount Pictures. Over six weeks, it has made $169 million domestically.
TULLY is in eighth with $2.3 million for Universal Pictures/Focus Features, a total $7.2 million made over two weeks for the Jason Reitman Film.
BLOCKERS is at the bottom of the Top Ten with $1.05 million for Universal Pictures, a tally of $58 million over six weeks.
In its second week out, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR holds the lead with $115 million from 4,474 theatres for Marvel/Disney, a total of $453 million grossed domestically thus far in its run.
Opening in second is the Remake OVERBOARD starring Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris, with $13.1 million from 1,623 theatres for MGM Pictures. It gets 28% on the Tomatometer but a great A- CinemaScore. It has yet to get a Canadian release.
A QUIET PLACE continues to show staying power in third with $7.4 million for Paramount Pictures, a total $159 million grossed in four weeks.
Jason Reitman‘s TULLY opens in sixth with $3.5 million for Universal Pictures/Focus Features from 1,353 theatres. The Drama starring Charlize Theron and Canadian Actress Mackenzie Davis, gets a strong 89% on the Tomatometer.
BAD SAMARITAN debuts in ninth for Electric Entertainment with $1.7 million from 2,007 theatres. It gets 59% on the Tomatometer and a B- CinemaScore.
SUPER TROOPERS 2 rounds-out the Top Ten with $1.7 million in its third week, a total $25 million made in these parts for Fox Searchlight.
Not that there ever was a doubt about it! AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR is en route to a $237 million opening for Disney/Marvel, from 4,475 theatres, pegging it as second-highest all-time opening right in behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It gets 84% on the Tomatometer from Critics and an A CinemaScore which should help continue spreading word of mouth in coming weeks. Expect it to all about Avengers these next few weeks.
A v. distant second is A QUIET PLACE with $10 million from 4,101 theatres for Paramount Pictures. Overall it has made $147.6 million over four weeks domestically.
In third is I FEEL PRETTY with $7.9 million for STX Entertainment/eOne Films, a two-week tally of $29.3 million.
RAMPAGE slips to fourth spot with $$6.8 million, a three week total of $77.6 million for Warner Bros.
SUPER TROOPERS 2 in its second week earns $3.2 million for Fox Searchlight, a two-week gross of $21.7 million.
TRAFFIK rounds-out the Top Ten with $1.7 million, a total $6.8 million earned over two weeks for Lionsgate Films. The Film doesn’t have a Canadian release.
In celebration of Marvel‘s AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, Canadians can expect some superhero sightings!
An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War” brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.
WHEN & WHERE: APRIL 20-22