Thu, 15 March 2018
On this week's edition of The Weekly Podioplex, the Black Panther is unstoppable as the film crests $1 billion worldwide and just keeps on kicking tail. Gringo couldn't stop it, a hurricane couldn't stop it, Strangers couldn't stop it... not even Disney could stop it. Lara Croft and a new version of Tomb Raider is leading a small army of newcomers who will try to stop the king, but it's anyone's guess as to who will come in on top.
On the home entertainment front, Shape of Water and Justice League lead the pack with The Last Jedi coming to digital. The Handmaid's Tale brings a frightening future to TV shelves, and our retro title takes us on A Trip to the Moon.
Denise returns to your ears with news of a holistic detective, a Green Lantern that jumps on couches, and a treatise on Universal's Dark Universe. It's showtime on the Weekly Podioplex, brought to you on The Chronic Rift Network.
Weekly Podioplex Notes for March 13, 2018
Opening Clip: Tomb Raider
Box Office Report
#1 – Black Panther – [Fourth Week]
#7 – Death Wish – [-4]
Box Office Premieres
March 16, 2018: Wide
Tomb Raider – [PG-13]
March 16, 2018: Limited
Flower – [R]
March 13, 2018: New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
The Shape of Water – [R]
Justice League – [PG-13]
The Disaster Artist – [R]
I, Tonya – [R]
Ferdinand – [PG]
March 13, 2018: New Releases on Digital Video
Star Wars: The Last Jedi – [PG-13]
March 13, 2018: TV on DVD and Blu-Ray
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season One (2017)
Fear the Walking Dead: Season Three (2017)
Major Crimes: Season Six (2017)
March 6, 2018: Blu-Rays From the Past
A Trip to the Moon (1902) – [G]
Tom Cruise is a Green Lantern?
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