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'Yellowstone' Star Cole Hauser Speaks Out About the Fate of Season 5

Yellowstone fans are eager for any news about their favorite show as they await the premiere of season 4. (Paramount Network has confirmed that season 4 is coming, but a cryptic teaser video only says that it will air in "fall" and that "revenge is worth the wait.") The season 3 finale left the lives of four main characters hanging in the balance, and viewers are desperate to find out their fates. While very little is known about season 4, it seems that one of the show's stars has confirmed that a fifth season is already in the works.
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Why ‘Snake Eyes’ Missed Its Mark at the Box Office — and What It Means for the ‘G.I. Joe’ Franchise

At the box office, “Snake Eyes” is ringing true to its moniker. The latest “G.I. Joe” installment, an origin story starring Henry Golding of “Crazy Rich Asians” fame, fell short of expectations, collecting a paltry $13.3 million in its first three days in North American theaters. Those ticket sales put “Snake Eyes” in second place on domestic charts, behind M. Night Shyamalan’s mind-bending thriller “Old” and its $16.5 million debut. It’s an embarrassing start for “Snake Eyes,” which cost $88 million to produce, not including the many millions spent on global marketing. It also illustrates the limits of franchise filmmaking at...
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On a quiet weekend, ‘Old’ tops, ‘Snake Eyes’ sinks

M. Night Shyamalan’s “Old” easily won a slower weekend at the North American box office, while the G.I. Joe pic “Snake Eyes” lived up to its name. Although both fresh offerings from major studios, moviegoers turned out in modest numbers on a weekend where there was the notable distraction of the Olympics as well as rising concerns about the delta variant.
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Evil star Katja Herbers on that 'heartbreaking' twist: Kristen will 'unravel more'

Warning: This article contains spoilers about Sunday's episode of Evil. Katja Herbers' Dr. Kristen Bouchard definitely understands what "white privilege" means after the latest episode of Evil. In the unsettling psychological thriller's midseason finale, Kristen's simmering guilt over killing Orson LeRoux (Darren Pettie) finally boiled over. Her friend, Det. Mira...

Paranormal Activity 7 Has Been Completed: But There’s a Hitch

The CEO and founder of Blumhouse Productions says that the production of the supernatural horror movie has been completed. Yes, you read it right. Jason Blum has officially announced that Paranormal Activity 7 will soon be released. While talking with Collider to promote The Forever Purge, Jason Blum revealed that Paranormal Activity 7 would be released by the end of this year. He explained that Paramount Pictures was interested in continuing the franchise. However, the story would have gone somewhere else to attract audiences.

The Paranormal Activity Universe Continues With New Upcoming Movie

Paramount Pictures is getting back Paranormal with a new installment in the Paranormal Activity horror franchise. After the final film in 2015, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, fans were sure the franchise was over, but in the era of remakes and reboots, what’s gone is never really gone. The newest film will premiere exclusively on Paramount+ next year, and film production is done. William Eubanks (The Signal and Underwater) directs the reboot with Christopher Landon—who wrote Paranormal Activity two through five—writing the script.
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New M. Night Shyamalan horror flick 'Old' tops NAmerica box office

New M. Night Shyamalan horror-thriller "Old" aged to perfection at the top of the North American box office in its debut weekend, taking in an estimated $16.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday. Paramount's latest G.I. Joe installment, also in its debut weekend, took in an estimated $13.4 million, recounting the origin story of its titular character Snake Eyes' involvement with the famed squad.

M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Old’ Beats ‘Space Jam’ and ‘Snake Eyes’

In a twist fitting for an M. Night Shyamalan thriller, “Old” is the No. 1 movie at the domestic box office with $16.5 million in ticket sales. Heading into the weekend, reigning champ “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and fellow newcomer “Snake Eyes” were projected to lead North American charts. Instead, “Space Jam 2” had a huge decline from its opening weekend and “Snake Eyes” fell slightly short of expectations, leaving “Old” to slither to a surprising first place finish.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Old Opens at No. 1 w/ Strong $16.5M, Snake Eyes Comes in 2nd w/ $13.35M

Following strong debuts by F9, Black Widow and Space Jam: A New Legacy over the past several weeks, the North American box office slowed down a tad this weekend as two new studio films — Universal’s Old and Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins – debuted in theaters. After a close race, the former title ultimately won the weekend with an estimated $16.5M from 3,355 screens, demonstrating the continued power of horror in the North American marketplace following other recent genre successes such as A Quiet Place Part II, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and The Forever Purge.

'Old' Pulls $16 Million and Takes Ball Away From 'Space Jam 2' in Slow Weekend Box Office

M. Night Shyamalan and the team behind Old have scored at this weekend's domestic box office, netting first place with a $16.5 million debut. This opening falls slightly behind some of Shyamalan's more recent fare, with Glass opening at $40.3 million in its first weekend, although it's critical to note that film's ties to the Unbreakable universe. Old fits in a bit more when looking at 2015's The Visit, which gathered roughly $25 million in its opening weekend.