Meanwhile, Bleecker Street's "Colette," starring Keira Knightley; Annapurna's "The Sisters Brothers," with John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix; Magnolia's Gilda Radner doc "Love, Gilda"; and IFC's "Tea With the Dames" are among the films at this weekend's packed specialty box office.” />
It stars Odessa Young, Suki Waterhouse, Hari Nef, Abra, Anika Noni Rose, Colman Domingo, Maude Apatow, Joel McHale, and Bella Thorne. Neon's "Assassination Nation," written and directed by Sam Levinson, is eyeing a debut around $1.5 million on 1,400 screens. The film's high school heroines take revenge against an anonymous hacker who leaks everyone's secrets online, leaving a bloody trail behind.
"This Is Us" creator Dan Fogelman is back on the big screen (at 2,600 locations) with "Life Itself." The ensemble drama — starring Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Mandy Patinkin, Olivia Cooke, and Annette Bening — looks to be neck and neck with "Fahrenheit 11/9" in the $3 million to $5 million range, according to Friday projections. The pic tracks multiple generations of interconnected families brought together by a single event.
According to some estimates, the film could earn as much as $25 million in its debut. Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment's fantasy film is expected to debut at the higher end of estimates, which were projected to be between $18 million and $20 million at 3,500 North American locations.
opening of $20 million-plus, early estimates showed on Friday. Jack Black's "The House With a Clock in Its Walls" is ticking to a U.S.
The film took "Hostel" director Eli Roth to unfamiliar territory: the PG realm. Cate Blanchett plays their neighbor, Mrs. "House With a Clock in Its Walls" follows 10-year-old Lewis (Owen Vaccaro), who goes to live with his goofy uncle (played by Black) in an old house with a mysterious ticking heart. Zimmerman, who practices magic.
The family film is up against three R-rated newcomers — "Fahrenheit 11/9," "Life Itself," and "Assassination Nation" — and three R-rated holdovers expected to top the new entires — "A Simple Favor," "The Nun," and "The Predator." The three former films are heading for single-digit debuts.
The adaptation of John Bellairs' children's book is set to earn about $7 million on Friday, including the $840,000 it reeled in from Thursday night previews. The preview gross was comparable to another one of Black's book-to-movie adaptations, "Goosebumps," which earned $600,000 in late-night shows in October 2015 on its way to a $23.6 million launch.
Michael Moore's latest documentary, "Fahrenheit 11/9," should lead the trio of wide releases, but won't crack the top five. The film is headed for almost $4 million on 1,700 screens — below initial estimates in the $5 million to $8 million range, and a far cry from "Fahrenheit 9/11's" debut.
WB's "Crazy Rich Asians," now in its sixth week, should round out the top five, bringing its total to almost $160 million. Warner Bros.' "The Nun" and Fox's "The Predator" are in a tight race for third, with both headed north of $8 million. Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick's Lionsgate thriller "A Simple Favor" is expected to be runner-up this weekend, with about $10 million in its sophomore frame.
Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" revolves around the 2016 presidential election and Donald Trump's presidency. The title — a callback to Moore's 2004 political documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" — references the day after the election. 11 terrorist attacks, is the highest-grossing doc of all time, launching to $23 million on its way to $222 million worldwide. "Fahrenheit 9/11," which centered on the Sept.

Colindrez will play “Nico," a new bartender at the family bar in the show that centers around two Mexican-American sisters from the Eastside of Los Angeles who "couldn't be more different or distanced from each other."
session Saturday. The second season of "Vida" will see an expanded episode count (with 10) and an expanded cast, Starz announced at its Television Critics Assn. Roberta Colindrez ("I Love Dick," "The Deuce") has booked a series regular role in the sophomore year of Tanya Saracho's Latinx half-hour.
Watch the trailer for "Warriors of Liberty City" below:
Saracho is also set to make her directorial debut in this upcoming second season.
And Starz has delivered a first look at the multi-part docuseries "America to Me," from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Steve James ("Hoop Dreams," "Life Itself") with its official key art.
"Warriors of Liberty City" follows a season with the Liberty City Warriors, a youth football program founded by hip-hop pioneer Luther Campbell aka “Uncle Luke.” The series premieres Sept 16 at 8 p.m. Starz also premiered the official trailer for docuseries “Warriors of Liberty City," which explores the crime-ridden titular neighborhood of Miami, which is also arguably the NFL's largest and most successful football factory.
26 at 10 p.m.” /> The docuseries will allow its students, families, faculty and administration to tell stories of the pressures and challenges teens face today in their own words. "America to Me" premieres Aug. "America to Me" examines "racial, economic and class issues in contemporary American education" over the course of an academic year at Chicagoland’s elite Oak Park and River Forest High School (OPRF).