For the second year in a row, Mabel "Madea" Simmons is at the top of the box office the weekend before Halloween.
Since its debut in 1995, Catan has reportedly sold more than 25 million copies in 38 languages.
The production and distribution company is reportedly working to change its name after its board fired co-founder Harvey Weinstein.
Harvey Weinstein was terminated after The New York Times reported a string of sexual harassment and assault allegations made against him.
Much like the original "Blade Runner," this gorgeous, impressive sequel is struggling to get the average moviegoer to the theater.
The company says it will try to build off the success of "Wonder Woman" and move away from a strictly interconnected universe across its films.
"American Made," "It" and "Kingsman" were in a virtual three-way tie at the box office to kick off the fall movie season.
The sequel lagged behind box-office expectations but did manage to beat the original "Kingsman" debut by about $3 million.
"Mother!" earned an F on Cinemascore, which measures audience reception. For context, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" got a B-minus.
The Irish actor says he's done being an action star.
Lucasfilm announced J.J. Abrams will fill in to direct "Star Wars: Episode IX" after it parted ways with Colin Trevorrow over creative differences.
"Hawaii Five-0" actor Daniel Dae Kim is in negotiations to play Major Ben Daimio, the character Ed Skrein was originally cast to play.