NEW YORK — The weekend box office was not only undeterred by the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, it was buoyed, as Disney’s “Wreck it Ralph” opened strongly with $ 49.1 million.
The animated family film was aided by the large number of East Coast children out of school on Friday and families looking for matinee diversion. It’s the largest box-office opening ever for a Disney Animations release.
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Comedian Jimmy Kimmel had planned to take his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on the road from Los Angeles to Brooklyn. Despite that Hurricane Sandy is about to wreak havoc on the East Coast, he’s still planning to film his late night show in the borough starting Oct. 29.
A rep for the show tells Entertainment Weekly, “We are bringing in back-up generators and will be able to… Continue reading Hurricane Sandy not forcing Jimmy Kimmel to cancel Brooklyn shows (yet)
Fox is used to Seth MacFarlane’s animated hits causing controversy, but the network has decided that this Sunday’s hurricane-themed cross-over stunt will be seen in too poor of taste. The network is delaying the previously announced episodes of Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show due to the recent deadly storms and tornado damage
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