On this week's edition of The Weekly Podioplex, it's all quiet before the return of the Jedi. Coco is your champion once again with the limited newbies making a decent but not Top Ten worthy showing. This week, Coco faces off against The Shape of Water and Just Getting Started in one last bid for box office superiority. In home entertainment, Despicable Me returns alongside The Simpsons, Fargo, and Twin Peaks. After another holiday horror from the past, Denise brings it all to a close with news of Tarantino, Abrams, and Meyer on Trek, Johnson on Wars, and House of Cards without Spacey.
It's another short release list, but it's still here for you on a brand new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.
Weekly Podioplex Notes for December 5, 2017
Opening Clip: The Shape of Water
Box Office Report
#1 – Coco – [Second Week] #2 – Justice League – [Even] #3 – Wonder – [Even] #4 – Thor: Ragnarok – [Even] #5 – Daddy’s Home 2 – [Even] #6 – Murder on the Orient Express – [Even]
#7 – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – [+3] #8 – Lady Bird – [+3] #9 – The Star – [-2] #10 – A Bad Moms Christmas – [-2]
Tops From the Past
2012 – Skyfall 2007 – The Golden Compass 1997 – Flubber 1987 – Three Men and a Baby 1977 – The Goodbye Girl
Box Office Premieres
December 1, 2017: Wide
The Shape of Water – [R] Just Getting Started – [PG-13]
December 1, 2017: Limited
I, Tonya – [R] November Criminals – [PG-13] Big Sonia – [NR]
December 5, 2017: New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
Despicable Me 3 – [PG]
December 5, 2017: New Releases on Digital Video
Stronger – [R]
December 5, 2017: TV on DVD and Blu-Ray
The Simpsons: Season Eighteen (2006)
Fargo: Season Three (2017)
Twin Peaks: Season Three – A Limited Event Series (2017)
December 5, 2017: Blu-Rays From the Past
Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) – [R]
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Quentin Tarantino meets Star Trek? Nicholas Meyer is actively pursuing a new Star Trek project Rian Johnson’s new Star Wars trilogy not the Knights of the Old Republic Bryan Singer fired from Bohemian Rhapsody House of Cards continues, but without Kevin Spacey
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