At the Box Office this weekend Gone Girl came in fourth, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day came in eighth, followed by Dracula Untold tenth.

Big Hero 6, which was inspired by a mini series written by Scott Lobdell and illustrated by Gus Vasquez from Marvel Studios, is among the features being released this week. The plot follows Hiro Hamada, a young robotics prodigy, and his his robot, Baymax, after they uncover a criminal plot and pull together a group of misfits to bring down the super villian, Yokai.

Inspired by the Jane Hawking’s memoir, Traveling to infinity: My Life with Stephen, The Theory of Everything shows viewers Jane’s life with her ex-husband, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. The movie takes us through Jane’s and Stephen’s struggles when he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and his success in physics.

8 new posters were released for Insurgent, based on the second book by the same name in the Divergent series by Veronica Roth, which has a release date of March 20th, 2015. The characters include Tris, Four, Christina, Peter, Caleb, Tori, Uriah and Max being total bad asses.



Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments is being rumoured to be having a television reboot, meaning that there will be a television show based on the first book in the series: City of Bones. The first season will be based on the first best selling novel, and not much else has been released about the project.




Last week, I reported that JK Rowling would be releasing a short story about the most hated character, Dolores Umbridge, on Pottermore. In reality, Rowling released six new stories on Pottermore that gave fans more background information on the wizarding world. The stories include information on the previous Ministers of Magic, thestrals, Sybil Trelawney, naming Seers, and history on Azkaban. Needless to say, Potterheads were exsatic about the information, though some were hoping for something different.