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Box Office: Lionsgate’s Action-Thriller ‘Fall’ and A24’s ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ Hope to Benefit From Utter Lack of New Blockbusters

Rebecca Rubin Film and Media ReporterAfter a pretty successful summer season, it’s officially the dog days at the domestic box office.Without a major studio movie on the horizon, theater operators are banking on a smattering of smaller, lower-budgeted horror stories, comedies and dramas to take advantage of the lull in blockbusters. Basically, the next few weeks will cater to the rare ticket buyers who have been dying to return to the movies, but aren’t fans of comic book adventures or action tentpoles.This weekend will be particularly quiet with Lionsgate’s action-thriller “Fall” and A24’s satirical slasher “Bodies Bodies Bodies” as the only new nationwide releases.

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Watch the official first trailer for ‘Rick and Morty’ season six
Rick and Morty has dropped – watch it below.Though it’s only 30 seconds long, the “extended promo” (shared on August 6) packs in a lot of action and raises exciting questions for fans as to the adventures ahead.Opening with echoes of dialogue from previous seasons – “You can’t outrun your past, Rick”, “Someone’s trying to kill us”, “Someone’s always trying to kill us” – we see Rick say, “Say goodbye to the Citadel, fellas!” before pressing a large red button that reads “DISENGAGE”.Elsewhere in the trailer, Morty uses a yellow portal gun to enter a universe where he realises Rick isn’t the most intelligent being, as the voice-over declares: “The universe as we all know it, has ended – but don’t let that get you down.”Watch the Rick and Morty season six extended promo below:Yesterday (August 7), the official Rick and Morty Twitter shared a second teaser named ‘Wormaggedon: A Citadel Secret’, thought to be the name of episode one of the upcoming season.In the teaser, the shot moves in on a giant egg suspended in a tube, before the science lab in which it sits sparks with electricity, bursting into flames as the ominous refrain of ‘For The Damaged Coda’, a song by Blonde Redhead synonymous with foreboding events in Rick and Morty, begins to play.#Wormaggedon— Rick and Morty (@RickandMorty) August 6, 2022Upon the announcement of its September 4 air date on Adult Swim, fans were also told of a “unique way to be part of the fun”, now revealed – thanks to the caption alongside yesterday’s tweet, #Wormaggedon and a link to the official website – to be “a countdown to Wormaggedon”, viewable on the show’s official website.The events of season six are set to follow-up those of season