1. I, Tonya
2. Insidious: The Last Key
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is now on Netflix. Johnny Depp returns as the slurring, eyeliner-encrusted Capt. Jack Sparrow. This time, as he seeks Poseidon’s trident, he is joined by a bright young woman named Carina (Kaya Scodelario from the Maze Runner films).
No. 5: The fifth film in the series, Dead Men also features Geoffrey Rush and Javier Bardem (and brief glimpses of Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley). A Pirates 6 has already been announced.
Buffoonery and a Beatle: The series has been losing steam since the original was released in 2003. But Dead Men was one of the more entertaining of the follow-ups, with Depp still milking the bungling Sparrow for laughs. (Also look for a prison cell cameo from Paul McCartney.)
Binge-worthy: Also now streaming on Netflix: Lethal Weapon (1-4), The Godfather (1-3) and a collection of fives: Five Batmans, five Bring It Ons and Sharknado 5: Global Swarming.
Tops at the box office
1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi, $52.6 ($533 total)
2. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, $50.3 ($169.6)
3. Pitch Perfect 3, $16.8 ($63.3)
4. The Greatest Showman, $15.6 ($49)
5. Ferdinand, $11.4 ($53.6)
New on Netflix
1. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Friday)
2. Rotten (Friday)
3. Before I Wake (Friday)
4. Episodes: Season 1-5 (Saturday)
5. 47 Meters Down (Wednesday)
It’s been in theaters for barely three weeks, but Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is now the top-grossing film of 2017 (and will continue to earn gobs of money in 2018). This comes as a surprise to absolutely no one. The eighth film in the Star Wars saga now sits atop the domestic box office, earning more than $533 million, in a film year that was down in terms of total ticket sales. Rounding out the Top 5: Beauty and the Beast, Wonder Woman, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spiderman: Homecoming.
Kate Voegele & Tyler Hilton
Where/When: Music Box Supper Club and Concert Hall, Sunday (doors open at 5 p.m.)
Tickets: $20/$25. www.musicboxcle.com.
Weekend Tipsheet: Last Jedi’ continues to dominate, Jerry Seinfeld brings Comedians’ to Netflix