What did the Golden Globes tell us?
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People still have a taste for the dramatic. Even with the assault of Superhero films that take all sorts of genres into a blender of sorts; it appears we all just wanna have a good cry. Or a good laugh. We’re honestly a fickled people. But seriously, this year has been a spectacular year from the cinema. In the Summertime there was The Dead Don’t Die, Midsommar, and The Last Black Man in San Francisco. In the Springtime–Us, Avengers: Endgame, Detective Pikachu, and John Wick Chapter 3. The Fall was even better: Parasite, The Irishman, Joker, Little Women, The Lighthouse and the list goes on and on.
So what are people excited to see in 2020? Well, I’ll have my article up on 5 most anticipated films this year soon, but for now–let’s take a look at what moviegoers are seeing these days:
Domestic Earnings for Week 1 of January
Key: New This Week Estimated
|1||1||Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker||$33,739,000||-53.4%||4,406||–||$7,657||$450,796,441||3||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|2||2||Jumanji: The Next Level||$26,500,000||-24.8%||4,134||-93||$6,410||$236,206,405||4||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|3||4||Little Women||$13,575,000||-19%||3,308||–||$4,103||$60,023,332||2||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|4||–||The Grudge||$11,300,000||–||2,642||–||$4,277||$11,300,000||1||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|5||3||Frozen II||$11,291,000||-33.2%||3,175||-90||$3,556||$449,876,364||7||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|6||5||Spies in Disguise||$10,084,000||-24.5%||3,502||–||$2,879||$46,729,961||2||Twentieth Century Fox|