Here are your estimated four-day holiday box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – $ 54.5 million ($ 168.5 million total)
2. Unbroken – $ 47.3 million ($ 47.3 million total)
3. Into the Woods – $ 46.1 million ($ 46.1 million total)
4. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb -
When you think of the ultimate Christmas-movie lights display, you turn to National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and the one Clark Griswold meticulously sets up on his house. If you remember the scene — and most of us do because we probably watched the movie a bunch leading up to this year’s holiday — then of course you recall that Clark had so many… Continue reading Watch: This House Re-created the Epic 'Christmas Vacation' Lights Display
If you’re already holiday-ed out by the relentless music and family films recycling through your television, we have a little something strange to lift you out of the Santa insanity. A friend of all things weird, Pee-wee Herman wrote the 1988 episode “Christmas at Pee-wee’s Playhouse,” which opens innocently enough with a performance from the UCLA Mens Choir. Things grow increasingly surreal —… Continue reading '80s Overload: See Joan Rivers, Oprah, Cher and More in 'Christmas at Pee-wee's Playhouse'
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster suffered a very serious relapse in her ongoing battle with Lyme disease this month, and even though she has been discharged from the hospital, friends and family are extremely concerned for the blonde beauty, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Yolanda was “hospitalized several days ago after suffering a very serious relapse of Lyme disease ,” an insider told radio… Continue reading Sudden Setback: Lyme Disease Flare-Up Ruins ‘RHOBH’ Star Yolanda Foster’s Christmas
Eventually, the tradition of watching A Christmas Story over and over and over during one night of the holiday season is going to be holiday canon. Just as you can’t celebrate the birth of Jesus without a decorated tree and stockings and eggnog, you won’t be able to ignore Bob Clark’s 1983 classic. There will be songs about it, like “Oh, A