Sony and Marvel Studios File for Divorce While ‘Angel Has Fallen’, ‘Overcomer’, and ‘Ready or Not’ Open Up on Pace (The MovieBabble Podcast Ep. 33)

by Collin Willis
Spider-Man Leaving MCU

In one of the most adequate weekend’s at the box office this year, all three new releases perform neither poorly nor greatly. Angel Has Fallen opened up almost exactly in line with London has Fallen. Overcomer finds its religious audience at an odd time of the year. And last but not least, Ready Or Not warms the horror waters for the impending release of IT: Chapter 2. Not to be forgotten, The Lion King (2019) continues to climb up the all-time highest-grossing ranks, and Hobbs and Shaw makes its massive China debut.

Sadly, this is the first podcast released in the wake of Sony and Marvel’s split. Brennan and I break down some of the facts and pitch opinions on what the fallout of this deal could look like on screen. All this and more on this week’s episode of The MovieBabble Podcast.


Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:

Episode 32: Good Boys, Blinded by the Light, Bernadette and the Struggles of Smaller Movies in 2019

Episode 31: Hobbs and Shaw Scares Off Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark From the Number One Spot

Episode 30: Hobbs and Shaw Opens Strong as the Summer Blockbuster Season Ends

Episode 29: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is Tarantino’s Highest Opening Weekend

Episode 28: The Lion King Roars its Way to the Top and Disney Keeps Winning


Also, check out MovieBabble Presents: Babble With Brennan:

Episode 3: The World of Movies: July Rundown

Episode 2: Ranking All the Spider-Man Films

Episode 1: The Best Movies of 2019 So Far


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Thanks for reading, and listening! What are your thoughts on Good Boys, Hobbs and Shaw, The Lion King, Angel has Fallen, Ready or Not, Overcomer, and this weekend’s box office results? Comment down below!

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