“Roma” is just the start of the company’s film plans. Traditional studios and multiplex chains are wondering if the strategy will cause people to skip theaters.
“Spider-Verse” took in about $35 million, enough for No. 1. “The Mule,” with $17 million, gave Clint Eastwood his best initial result since 2000.
Steve Harvey hosts “Miss Universe” once again. And here’s a chance to relish in the underdog story that is “Rocky.”
The comedian Pete Holmes returns with a second HBO stand-up special. And the dark comedy “Life of Crime” arrives on Amazon Prime.
He took on this film thinking the superhero had few fans. Then some other DC movies didn’t excite the public; now the new one faces unexpected pressure.
What you need to know from this week’s TV, music and movie news.
Expanding from its Williamsburg location, Nitehawk has taken over the Pavilion in Park Slope, a notoriously decrepit theater that closed in 2016.
“Godzilla: King of the Monsters” offers a strong look at its battling title stars; the big-screen version of “Downton Abbey” is short on specifics.
“Capernaum” explores the plight of a child in the Beirut slums. The director Nadine Labaki wants to harness the drama’s power to help other such children.