Aloha and the rock the same weekend! Ironic?

Out this weekend 5/29 Aloha as well as San Andreas! Found it pretty ironic that a Hawaiian actor has a movie released the same weekend as a movie with the title "Aloha!" Anyways, it's the small things that amuse me and this is one of them. If it weren't for us flying to Jamaica this weekend I'd be in line for San Andreas, I'm into these kind of movies though.  The trailer makes me think of past movies I loved like "The Day After Tomorrow" and "2012" like I said we will be seeing this movie sometime for sure. If you're into what looks like a sappy love story or just think Bradley Cooper is the bee's knees now thanks to American Sniper, which he is by the way - I mean have you seen that movie? - Shame on you if you haven't - back to what I was saying, Aloha is also out this weekend. 

So what do you think? Want to see either of these movies? Check out the trailers below!

A celebrated military contractor returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs and re-connects with a long-ago love while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog assigned to him.

In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his estranged daughter.

Planning on seeing either of these movies this weekend? Or maybe seeing one that has already been out for a couple of weeks? Let us know about it in the comments below!


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Furious 7 Director James Wan On If He Would Like To Direct Dwayne Johnson In Shazam



 Furious 7 races into theaters this weekend. As members of the comics community, though, we're always thinking into the future. On Friday, we talked to James Wan in an exclusive interview and asked him if he would like to work with Furious 7 star, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson again on his upcoming Shazam film, where he'll play Black Adam.

CB: I do hear whispers that you might be in talks for a DC or Warner Brothers movie. Is that true?

Wan: There's lots of talks about lots of things so who knows what is true.

CB: Would you want to direct Dwayne Johnson again in Shazam?

Wan: Well, put it this way: I freakin' love Dwayne. He's an awesome guy and I would love to work with him again in a heartbeat. I know Dwayne wants to find something for me and him to do again in the future.


So, it's a possibility. Wan certainly sounds keen to the idea of working with Johnson again!

Furious 7 Opening Weekend Box Office Revised Up To $146.5 Million



Yesterday, box office analyst believed Furious 7 had earned $143.6M at the North American box office, but that number came in short of what it actually pulled in.

Furious 7 grossed an astounding $146.5M at the domestic box office. Easter Sunday was stronger for the action-packed flick than expected. Analysts had predicted the film would pull in $30M on Sunday but instead it raked in a cool $32.9M.

Overall, Universal has to be super-pleased as the film shattered box office records left and right and put itself among the top ten in a lot of key categories. Furious 7 had the ninth best stateside opening weekend; 4th best global opening weekend and the best ever opening for a film in the month of April. 

Not bad for a film that had to deal with one of its stars dying in the middle of production.




Confirming that yes, he was indeed given a choice between playing Black Adam or the title character in the upcoming "Shazam" film, Dwayne Johnson elaborates on why he opted to go with the less-than-pure Adam over the more straightforward superhero.

 "All due respect to Shazam, Billy Batson, it's a mythology that I love, it's been with me for almost 10 years now," Johnson told Digital Spy. "I just inherently felt Black Adam was more interesting to me, because I felt like there were more layers to Black Adam, starting out as a slave and then ultimately becoming the anti-hero who we enjoy today."