Less than a month into its release and The Meg has already outperformed Solo: A Star Wars Story worldwide.
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The Meg may not be Steven Spielberg's Jaws, but it certainly makes the case for being the second-best shark movie of all time.
The Meg delivered waves of fun and action, but as it pitted man against shark, director John Turteltaub reeled in several ludicrous moments.
The shark thriller, The Meg, devoured its competition at this weekend's box office with better than expected ticket sales.
The Meg is filled with over-the-top moments, but we zero in on its five most absurd deaths in the film -- both humans and creatures.
Warner Bros.' giant-shark movie The Meg will surely leave audiences scared to go in the water (again), especially after its relentless, blood-filled finale.
The Meg is on track to chow down this weekend's competition with a higher than expected Thursday night opening.
Starring Jason Statham and Li Bingbing, The Meg is more fun than any movie about an enormous, prehistoric shark has a right to be.
With The Meg out in theaters now, we look back on the film series that started (and nearly ended) it all: Jaws.
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Jason Statham may have met his match in The Meg. Then again, in a fight between him and a prehistoric giant shark, our money's on the Transporter.