The effects of COVID-19 increased tenfold over the last week in the United States, with closings, cancellations, suspensions, delays, and postponements coming form every direction. People are started to stay home, which is great for the mitigation of the virus, but it also means the box office (and everything else) is starting to crater big time. What do we make of all of this? And better yet, what do we do with our time now time movies are grinding to a halt? We discuss all this and more on this week’s episode of The MovieBabble Podcast!
Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:
Episode 57: The Coronavirus Makes Its First Noticeable Impact on the Box Office
Episode 56: Sonic the Hedgehog Beats the Memes to Become a Box Office Hit
Episode 55: Birds of Prey Struggles in Its Opening Weekend, But is It a Flop?
Episode 54: Bad Boys for Life Once Again Leads a Dismal Weekend at the Box Office
Episode 53: Bad Boys for Life Surprises with One of the Best MLK Weekend Grosses Ever
Also, check out MovieBabble Presents: Babble With Brennan:
Episode 9: MovieBabble’s 2020 Oscar Predictions
Episode 8: Our Most Anticipated Movies of 2020
Episode 7: The Road to the End: The Star Wars Saga Leading Up to The Rise of Skywalker
Episode 6: Joker Spoiler Talk!
Episode 5: Movies That Made Us Love Movies!
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