In 2016 Eddie the Eagle debuted at number 2 at the UK box office, earning nearly three million pounds. As last weekend The Lego Movie 2 pulled in two and a half million, we think that Fighting With My Family has a good chance of taking the top spot. Favourable reviews, and the star presence of The Rock might also help push this to first place.Read More UK box office predictions w/c 25th Feb: Lego smackdown?
UK box office predictions w/c 11th Feb: How did we do? With two animation extravaganzas on release we knew it wouldn’t be easy for The Kid Who Would Be King at the UK box office, but it has been a miserable start for Joe Cornish’s fantasy adventure. While we predicted that this could open as […]Read More UK box office predictions w/c 18th Feb: Will UK cinema goers forgive Liam Neeson?
We look ahead to movies coming out in March and who from these might be a good pick for the Fantasy Film League game. The trailers reviewed this time are for Dumbo, Greta, I’m Not Here (because J. K. Simmons), Gloria Bell, The Aftermath, and Captain Marvel. Plus we close out with a sneak peak […]Read More The FFL Trailers Review March 2019
UK box office predictions w/c 4th Feb: How did we do? Last week we predicted that How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World would hold off the challenge from Alita: Battle Angel over the weekend and, according to Screen Daily’s box office report, we were right! In fact, our top five predictions were in […]Read More UK box office predictions w/c 11th Feb: Will The Kid Who Will Be King also rule the box office?
UK Box Office Predictions: Will Alita Or Lego Slay The Dragon? In a new section we look at the UK box office and, using cutting edge technology (a small piece of paper and 20 minutes of arguing) we try to work out what film will top the charts. Will Alita Or Lego Slay The Dragon? […]Read More UK Box Office Predictions w/c 4th Feb: Will Alita Or Lego Slay The Dragon?
This podcast is dedicated to the newcomers to the FFL with much info on how to play the game. It’s also a good listen for our more experienced players who can laugh at Mr Birch’s feeble choice of stars for his “one and done” entry. There’s lots of interstitial music here. Regulars will know this […]Read More The FFL Podcast February 2019