NCM Entertainment Roundup – September 28th

Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:

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Eva Green in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

 

The Magnificent Seven galloped to the #1 spot this past weekend with $35 million, becoming the third highest opening of a Western. (The Wall Street Journal)

If you can’t wait until November 4th for Marvel’s Doctor Strange, you’ll have the opportunity to watch the first 15 minutes of the new movie in IMAX on October 10th FOR FREE. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Speaking of Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch just hinted that the sorcerer may be partnering up with some of Earth’s mightiest heroes. (The Hollywood Reporter)

The first trailer for the sci-fi space thriller Passengers has already created major social media buzz.  Per comScore, the trailer has generated more than 43,000 conversations on numerous online channels since its debut last week. It stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence as two human individuals who waken aboard a spaceship after a cryogenic malfunction. (Cinema Blend)

Dwayne Johnson has been keeping fans on their toes with new images, news and videos from the set of Jumanji. (/Film)

The Power Rangers are showcasing their new toys – Dinozords — as seen in these new movie posters.  Also, Lionsgate announced that Bill Hader joined the cast to play the iconic Alpha 5. Aye-yi-yi!  (IGN and Moviefone)

In a recent interview, Lin-Manuel Miranda teased a possible small appearance in the movie adaptation of his award-winning Broadway musical In The Heights. (Entertainment Weekly)

Viola Davis will star in Steve McQueen’s next directorial effort, Widows. (Variety)

Daisy Ridley and Elizabeth Debicki will become part of the 2018 Sony live-action–animation hybrid adaptation of Peter Rabbit. (Vulture)

The lovable blue Smurfs return in this new teaser for Smurfs: The Lost Village, where they venture into the Forbidden Forest to find a secretive village before Gargamel does. (Cartoon Brew)

Opening this weekend: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Deepwater Horizon, and Masterminds.

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