This weekend saw the release of the pandemic’s largest theatrical opening to date. Venom: Let There Be Carnage swung to a roaring $90 million debut, topping its predecessor by a cool $10 million. Nick and I discuss what this means for the box office as well as our thoughts on the film and what it means for the Sony Spider-Verse. We also talk Sopranos and The Many Saints of Newark. With one of us being a Sopranos stan and the other being a novice we talk about different perspectives and notions of the film’s many colorful characters. Nick also breaks down the release he saw not once but twice this weekend, Titane.
To wrap this episode up we dive into the mystical world of Shang-Chi. Nick spends more time than he’s comfortable with discussing Dear Evan Hansen. Lastly we take a look at James Wan’s Malignant. All this and more on this week’s episode of The MovieBabble Podcast.
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