On Friday, July 27th we have…
1.Mission: Impossible – Fallout
2.Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
4.Hot Summer Nights
Undoubtedly Mission: Impossible – Fallout will be the biggest movie released this week. It’s part of a highly successful franchise that always makes a lot of money so I doubt this one will be any different. Although I wouldn’t be surprised if it didn’t make as much as other Mission: Impossible movies because aren’t people tired of them by now?
Next will be Teen Titans Go! To The Movies and then Blindspotting. Teen Titans will give something for parents to take their kids to, and now that Blindspotting has a wider release I’m sure many people will be flocking to see this politically charged drama that critics have been raving about.
Hot Summer Nights will probably do alright with all of the Call Me By Your Name fanatics going to see the rather mediocre Timothee Chalamet. As for Puzzle I don’t expect it to do that great box office wise as I haven’t heard much about it.
The first thing I’m going to say about this week is that I am so happy that I never have to see another Mission: Impossible – Fallout trailer because it was exhausting. Regardless, it’s obviously going to significantly more than any other movie this weekend.
Who decided to make Teen Titans GO! To The Movies? It’s not a cute idea and shows a company who is desperate need of some kid movie that’s going to crash. Let’s face it, most seven year olds don’t know who the teen titans are anymore.
Blindspotting will probably make the second most this weekend which is pretty interesting. I’m excited to see how that and the under-marketed Puzzle turn out with audiences.
Lastly, I have no other opinion on Hot Summer Nights other than I’m excited to see Timothee Chalamet try to be as good as he was in Call Me By Your Name.