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Now in its fourth week, The Bfg fell 57 per cent to bring in »
- Jackie Keast
In addition to being incredibly funny and one hell of dancer, Kevin Hart is a doting father to two ridiculously cute kids, 11-year-old daughter Heaven and 8-year-old son Hendrix, whom he shares with ex-wife Torrei Hart. Luckily for us, the comedian often takes to Instagram to share photos from their fun adventures and family vacations, and every once in a while, the brood can be found sitting courtside at a Clippers game. We've rounded up the family's cutest moments together - keep reading to see them, then check out even more adorable families you should be following on Instagram. »
- Monica Sisavat
Press Release: July 20, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA / Austin, TX) – Miramax® and El Rey Network announced today that Season 3 of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series will premiere on September 6 at 9Pm Et. The 10 new, action-packed, horror-filled episodes follow the Gecko brothers into the vortex of the culebra underworld, as they are forced to assemble an unlikely crew to battle new enemies determined to take them down.
Season three features a returning ensemble cast including D.J. Cotrona, Zane Holtz, Eiza González, Jesse Garcia, Madison Davenport, Brandon Soo Hoo, Emily Rios and Jake Busey. New cast joining the third season are: Ana de la Reguera (“Jane the Virgin”, “Narcos”) who will have a recurring role as Lord Venganza Verdugo, »
- Derek Anderson
Read the reports on the weekend box office and you might wind up scratching your head about the performance of Sony’s female “Ghostbusters” reboot.
Did it “fail” to unseat “The Secret Life of Pets” in first place? Yes. But opening at number one doesn’t necessarily guarantee a hit.
Was it strong enough to jump-start a long-dormant possible franchise? Sony is weaker in franchise depth than other studios and needed this Amy Pascal-produced flick to thrive. According to distribution chief Rory Bruer, the likelihood of a sequel is strong.
Box office success is measured by cost vs. return, expectations vs. reality, and last year’s record numbers vs. a weak summer 2016. Few summer 2016 releases grabbed more advance attention. During this feast-or-famine season, the mid-range initial “Ghostbusters” performance is far from great, but mainly positive. Word of mouth could drive more attendance.
This is a glass half-full/half-empty story. »
- Tom Brueggemann
Trailing closely behind was Finding Dory, which had spent the prior four weeks on top. The Pixar film tumbled 53 per cent over the weekend to fetch just under $2.4 million, bringing its cume to a whopping $45 million.
Central Intelligence, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, fell 47 per cent over the weekend, pulling in $1.7 million. The action comedy, showing on 230 screens, has grossed $13.2 million in three weeks.
Another comedy, Jake Szymanski's Mike & Dave Need »
- Jackie Keast
Few summer 2016 releases have grabbed more advance attention that Sony’s female “Ghostbusters” reboot. During this feast-or-famine summer, its modest initial performance is far from great, but mainly positive.
The weekend brought few new releases, another reason grosses fell short of the same weekend last summer.
The Top Ten
$50,560,000 (-51%) in 4,381 theaters (+11); PTA (per theater average): $11,541; Cumulative: $203,148,000
2. Ghostbusters (Sony) New – Cinemascore: B-; Metacritic: 60; Est. budget: $144 million
$46,000,000 in 3,963 theaters; PTA: $11,607; Cumulative: $46,000,000
$11,120,000 (-47%) in 3,551 theaters (-40); PTA: $3,132; Cumulative: $103,050,000
$11,040,000 (- »
- Tom Brueggemann
Heading into this weekend at the box office, it was expected to be a very close race between last weekend's winner The Secret Life of Pets and Sony Pictures' Ghostbusters reboot. As it turned out, both movies came in a bit under their weekend projections, but it still remained a close race, with The Secret Life of Pets coming out on top with $50.5 million in its second weekend in theaters. Ghostbusters wasn't too far behind, though, with a solid opening weekend of $46 million.
We were predicting that Secret Life of Pets will drop 40%, which would would put its second weekend total at $62.5 million, since most animated movies don't drop as much as other summer blockbusters. Box Office Mojo reports that The Secret Life of Pets dropped 51.5% with a healthy $11,541 per-screen average. This animated comedy has now taken in an impressive $203.1 million domestically and another $50.8 million internationally for a worldwide total of $253.9 million. »
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- TMZ Staff
Jordan Doww, actor, comedian, and YouTube content creator, has signed with UTA in all areas.
Doww recently debuted his self-written, directed and produced live comedy show “HollyWEIRD,” at some of comedy’s most storied venues which include the Hollywood Improv and Caroline’s on Broadway. Doww’s comedy work across YouTube, television and stand up helped nab him his recent Teen Choice Award nomination for “Choice Comedian” alongside powerhouse names Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Fallon, James Corden, Aziz Ansari and Kevin Hart.
On the TV side, Doww’s previous credits include programs on TruTV and Logo TV, alongside CW 50’s Baldwin Cafe. In the digital realm, Doww has leveraged his platforms by collaborating with brands such as Hollister and Hp, playing an integral role in their winter and summer initiatives.
Doww is also a strong advocate for the Lgbtq+ community, having recently launched a campaign in partnership with Fullscreen, with all »
- Justin Kroll
It’s not easy being funny — let alone across every social media platform available. But comedian Kevin Hart has figured out how to translate his brand to photos, live streams and 140 characters. Hart, who recently voiced Snowball in The Secret Life of Pets, says he treats social media like it’s part of the job. Because, for him, it is. “I work it on all cylinders,” he says, acknowledging that his millions of online followers help make him more marketable. “That’s the power of building that brand, when you take all that time and you spend endless days and
- Natalie Jarvey
Many stars have spoken out after the tragic shootings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, and now Alicia Keys has teamed with the racial justice group We Are Here Movement to further demand racial justice. In a powerful video titled "23 Ways You Could Be Killed If You Are Black in America," Keys enlisted 24 of her famous friends to participate in a PSA for Mic.Com. Beyonce, Rihanna, Kevin Hart, Rosario Dawson, Chris Rock, Adam Levine, Pink, Bono, Taraji P. Henson and more speak out in the video, each naming an everyday way "you could be killed if
- Jennifer Konerman
Dwayne Johnson has become the highest paid actor in all of Hollywood for 2016 according to the just published Forbes Celebrity 100 list for this year.
According to the magazine, Johnson made $64.5 million this year - the highest paid actor on the list at number 19 overall with the lion's share of his money from movies and TV.
- Garth Franklin
In a relatively short period of time, Dwayne Johnson went from being just another wrestler who was trying to make some extra money as a movie star, to one of the most prolific movie stars on the planet. It looks like all of that hard work has paid off. According to a new report, it looks like The Rock is now the highest paid actor in all of Hollywood for 2016.
According to Forbes, who just published their new Celebrity 100 list for 2016, Johnson made $64.5 million this year, making him the highest paid actor on the list. He came in at number 19 overall, and there were some people, such as his Central Intelligence co-star Kevin Hart, who made some money acting above him on the list. But Johnson was the highest paid person on the list who made the lion's share of his money from movies and TV.
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Ever suspected Frozen was more than a simple singalong? Have the false promises of Emerald City ever rung alarm bells? Here are nine family flicks that have been mined for underlying meaning
Thought the current box office smash was just Toy Story with poodles and hamsters? Think again. A prominent political science professor suggests Chris Renaud’s movie is in fact a hamfisted metaphor for racial oppression. With his cri de coeur of “revolution forever, domestication never”, angry rabbit Snowball (Kevin Hart) isn’t just moaning about being kicked out of a warm, cosy cage to roam the streets. Look closely and – maybe – you’ll find a raging furnace of fury centred on the mistreatment of African-Americans by mainstream white society.
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- Ben Child
It's a scorching July afternoon, and a soundtrack of pop hits is bumping inside a cavernous Hollywood photo studio where Selena Gomez and Kevin Hart have gathered for a shoot with Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom. The singer and comedian have spent the past few hours prepping with stylists for a series of professional, meticulously crafted photos seen here. But at the moment, Gomez, her petite frame decked in chic separates by The Row and Calvin Klein, has co-opted the set, motioning for the equally diminutive Hart to pull his tiny white Ferrari closer to the humongous black Dodge Ram
- Natalie Jarvey
After a lackluster 4th of July holiday at the box office, Universal's animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets breathed new life into the sagging summer season last weekend with a whopping $104.3 million. This surprise hit will face two newcomers this Friday, Sony's Ghostbusters reboot and Broad Green Pictures' The Infiltrator, starring Bryan Cranston. If our predictions are accurate, it should be a close call at the box office, with Ghostbusters just barely beating out The Secret Life of Pets with $64 million.
Animated films don't normally suffer huge drops like many summer blockbusters, so we're predicting that Secret Life of Pets will drop 40%, which would would put its second weekend total at $62.5 million. Of course, with the top two so close together, it could very well turn out the other way around, with The Secret Life of Pets repeating atop the box office, so we'll have to wait and see. »
The Secret Life Of Pets offers family-friendly fare with a touch of adult humor.
After Max (Louis C.K.), a terrier finds himself separated from his privileged life in New York, he is aided by Snowball (Hart), a rebellious rabbit, and sets off on the path home. Yet he soon learns that he must return the favor by joining Snowball's gang of abandoned pets.
During a recent press day for the film, held in Jersey City, Bell and costar Bobby Moynihan discussed their connection to their pets, the challenges of working on an animated film and what entertained them as children.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Justine Browning)
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how at this point in my life I’m through being cool.
I’m 32 years old, I’m engaged to the woman I want to spend the rest of my life with, and I just closed on a house. I don’t need to do things anymore because I think they make me look cool. I’m going to use clip-on sunglasses, wear flip-flops despite my giant feet looking goofy in them, and I’ll wear shorts after dark if it’s a warm evening and I feel like it. If something I like happens to be cool then that’s a great coincidence, but otherwise I’m willing to wear wrestling shirts and play needlessly complicated board games.
By the same token I’m willing to say that I wholeheartedly enjoyed The Secret Life of Pets despite it being a bit shallow from a narrative perspective, »
- Arthur Tebbel
Nothing like some delicious food for the mind, body and saint. Before the weekend came to a close, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West gathered some close friends together for a home-cooked feast. Featuring fried chicken, biscuits, sweet potato soufflé and more yummy snacks, the meal and event deserved the title of "#SoulFoodSunday." "We are going to do a cooking thing on my app," Kim shared on Snapchat before asking her guests what they thought of her skills in the kitchen. "You made me a believer," Terrence J proclaimed. Kevin Hart added, "You did that!" Even Kanye was impressed as his full plate of food quickly became squeaky clean. "No »
The twisty summer of 2016 is taking some surprising turns. Unexpectedly, the most recent new animated film, Universal/Illumination’s “The Secret Life of Pets,” topped $100 million for the weekend. That makes it the biggest ever opening for an original animated feature. It’s not quite the level Pixar sequel “Finding Dory” reached three weeks ago (the year’s highest-grosser is one of Disney’s biggest cartoon features), but its achievement is incredible. This one movie could make the summer box office, with some promising films still to come, not fall off as steeply from 2015.
The other opener, comedy “Mike and Dave’s Wedding Date” (Twentieth Century Fox) did about a sixth as well, about where it was expected. There is always room for comedy in the market, especially when the public could use a diversion. But that need is better served at the moment by the significantly more successful “Central Intelligence »
- Tom Brueggemann
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