Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Mr. Peabody & Sherman – $ 21.2 million ($ 63.1 million total)
2. 300: Rise of an Empire – $ 19.1 million ($ 78.3 million total)
3. Need for Speed – $ 17.8 million ($ 17.8 million total)
4. Non-Stop – $ 10.6 million ($ 68.8 million total)
5. Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club – $ 8.3 million ($ 8.3
The father of reality star Scott Disick has died, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has confirmed.
Jeffrey Disick, a real estate developer, passed away last week, less than three months after his wife Bonnie died at age 63.
It is not known what took Disick’s dad’s life.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has been silent on his father’s death and has not posted to his social media… Continue reading Scott Disick Mourns Sudden Death Of Dad Jeffrey, Less Than 3 Months After His Mom Died
All hail Queen B! Beyonce‘s bombshell surprise album has brought her some of her biggest sales ever: According to new sales figures, “Beyonce” sold roughly 400,000 copies in just the first hour it was on sale, and 828,773 copies worldwide in just the first three days.
Projected to land atop the Billboard charts this week, the album is Beyonce’s best-selling ever and fifth consecutive Number One.
The… Continue reading Bow Down, Brit! Beyonce Sells Nearly Four Times As Many Albums In First Hour On Sale Than Spears Sold In Her First WEEK!
Steve Carell made a career out of playing the dopey, lovable goof (see: The 40-Year-Old Virgin and The Office for starters). His role in Adam McKay’s Anchorman was no different, playing dense meteorologist, Brick Tamland. The name says it all, really. Now that a sequel to the 2004 comedy is on its way, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, a copy of Carell’s Anchorman audition tape has… Continue reading Steve Carell's 'Anchorman' Audition Tape Is Funnier Than Most Completed Comedies
It’s a little weird seeing Oscar nominee James Franco play a local Louisiana druglord named Gator in the latest Jason Statham movie, “Homefront” (though admittedly not much weirder than watching him play a grill-wearing Florida gangster named Alien in last year’s “Spring Breakers”). Nothing against Franco, but High Times’ 2008 “Stoner of the Year” isn’t exactly the most… Continue reading 'Homefront' Review: James Franco's a Better Match for Jason Statham Than You'd Think