“Candyman” director Nia DaCosta made history this weekend when her film took the No. 1 spot in the box office, earning $22.3 million in its initial end of the week. The horror flick is a big milestone, both for the 31-year-old filmmaker and the business: She’s the first black female
The Tune Squad ruled over the court and film industry diagrams this end of the week. In a startling win, “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” which sees LeBron James team up with the animated Looney Tunes group, dunked on the competition with $31.6 million in ticket sales. The Warner Bros.