Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. No, not Watson coming back to do this report.
It’s that time again.
When Gabbing Geek gives you the Box Office Report, like you care. Actually, if you’ve read anything after the cuts here, you probably do, but there are some really numbers-obssessed people around here.
Still missing Watson, but once again we found someone to give us the report.
Above we have the latest poster for The Force Awakens in IMAX. After the cut, three previously released posters in a similar art style. Jenny, don’t these look good enough to frame and put up in your den?
In other news, premium cable network Starz has secured exclusive TV rights to air The Force Awakens. I’m not sure if anyone cares about this, but there you go.
It’s that time again.
Time to say what should be said only in the polite company of corporate accountants.
2016. Did any of us think we’d live this long? Yeah, probably. We’re Geeks, not morbid.
So, what sort of Geek Entertainment has us here at Gabbing Geek at least a little curious? See behind the cut, with some items getting some expert Geek Commentary from the Geek Guru himself, Jimmy Impossible.
2015 is over in a few more hours, so how was the year we just had? You know, from a Geek Perspective?
Some good, some bad. Like every year.
Last week on the podcast, I was actually there.
No. Really. That was me. I got to smell Watson’s various odors.
It’s that time again, for the final Box Office Report of 2015. Oh, it’s been a hell of a year for people buying tickets to movies. Some of those movies were even worth seeing!
Still no Watson to do this, but we found the next best thing.
It’s a slow day here at the Gabbing Geek office as we are all suffering from Force hangovers. But we still need to post something. So above, Universal shows respect to Star Wars on breaking almost every record in existence. Including top opening weekend, best single day, most home runs in a season, fastest quarter mile and number of hot dogs eaten in an hour.
ICYMI, after the break, a reminder of Marvel doing the same for Universal when Jurassic World bested Avengers.
Look, do I need to draw a map? Everyone knows what came in #1 last weekend. The only question is how much did it come in #1 by. Seriously, was there any chance it wouldn’t?
You know what’s even odder? All the Gabbing Geeks have seen that movie by now, and no one has written a review for it. Not even Ryan listing all the things that were wrong about it, which he even does for movies he likes.
Anyway, more results after the cut.