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Below, TV Fanatics Stacy Glanzman, Jasmine Peterson, and Christine Orlando debate Woz’s commitment to Harlee, if Nava and Harlee’s breakup was the right move, and should the team be told what’s going on after Shades of Blue Season 2 Episode 5?
Did you ever doubt that Woz would cover for Harlee?
Stacy: No, not at all. He might still be mad at her, but he also still cares about her, and more than that, he cares about Cristina. No matter how angry he was with Harlee, he wouldn't let her get sent to prison and leave Christina alone if he could help it.
Jasmine: Not for a second. He may be pissed at her right now, but she and Cristina are still family, and for Woz, family is everything. I
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I got the chance to do an interview with Longinus about his creation of the dance for the song. Check out what he had to say about the piece, working with Mr. Ajay Devgn, and more!
So how did you become a part of the song for Shivaay?
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• best and worst representations of women on film in 2015 (and the average Watw score for the year)
• critics are slightly more likely to rate a film highly if it represents women well
• mainstream moviegoers are not turned off by films with female protagonists
• movies that represent women well are just as likely to be profitable as movies that don’t, and are less risky as business propositions
The Where Are the Women? project was designed to drill deep down into the films of 2015 in order to determine how well — or how poorly — they represented women. The project has now come to its end, and you can examine the final ranking here. The ranking includes 270 films released in the Us, Canada, and the UK, in both limited and wide release (including every wide-release North American film and most of the UK wide-release films). The
The Screen Awards 2015 shortlist has been announced, with Fox/Fox Searchlight leading the nominations with a combined 18 nominations. Universal and Metrodome were both shortlisted in nine categories.
Altitude Film Distribution’s Amy was shortlisted in six categories; Twentieth Century Fox’s Kingsman: The Secret Service secured four nominations; and The Babadook, Still Alice and Nick Cave documentary 20,000 Days On Earth each got three nods.
Picturehouse Entertainment has seven nominations, with an additional two for Picturehouse Cinemas, while Curzon Artificial Eye secured eight nods, with a further nomination for Curzon Cinemas.
The BFI (British Film Institute) has been shortlisted in four categories
The shortlist will now be debated by an independent jury of industry experts, who select the final winners.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony hosted by Edith Bowman on October 22 at The
Seventh Son This one I did see and it is quite the trainwreck.
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Remaining in fourth, Cinderella, with an estimated $10.3 million,
1$143.6 millionFurious 798%MovieWeb: 4 reviews83%Rotten Tomatoes: 18 reviews2$27.4 millionHome86%MovieWeb: 1 reviews47%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews3$12.9 millionGet Hard50%MovieWeb: 2 reviews30%Rotten Tomatoes: 23 reviews4$10.2 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb: 3 reviews85%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews5$10 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent63%MovieWeb: 4 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews6$2.4 millionIt Follows100%MovieWeb: 1 reviews95%Rotten Tomatoes: 33 reviews7$2 millionWoman in Gold100%MovieWeb: 1 reviews49%Rotten Tomatoes: 21 reviews8$1.7 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb: 4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews9$1.5 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb: 0 reviews19%Rotten Tomatoes: 13 reviews10$1 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb: 0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes: 34 reviews
Rentrak estimates have it $143.6 million at 4,004 locations in the U.S.
Rentrak’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Audiences around the globe got furious at the movie theater as Universal’s ‘Furious 7,’ put the box office in high gear and smoked a massive international weekend estimate of $240.4 million. This is Universal’s highest grossing international weekend by a mile, beating the previous record holder ‘Fast & Furious 6′ & its $162 million performance.”
The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of April 5, 2015, are below.
1. Furious 7 – Universal – $143.6M
2. Home – 20th Century Fox – $27.4M
3. Get Hard – Warner Bros. – $12.9M
4. Cinderella – Disney – $10.3M
5. Divergent Series: Insurgent, The – Lionsgate – $10.M
6. It Follows – Radius/TWC – $2.5M
7. Woman In Gold – The Weinstein Company – $2.M
8. Kingsman: The Secret Service – 20th Century Fox – $1.7M
9. Do You Believe? – Pure Flix – $1.5M
1$112.6 millionFurious 798%MovieWeb: 2 reviews83%Rotten Tomatoes: 17 reviews2$29.3 millionHome86%MovieWeb: 1 reviews47%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews3$16.4 millionGet Hard50%MovieWeb: 2 reviews30%Rotten Tomatoes: 23 reviews4$11.4 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent63%MovieWeb: 4 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews5$9.8 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb: 3 reviews85%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews6$3.6 millionIt Follows100%MovieWeb: 0 reviews95%Rotten Tomatoes: 33 reviews7$2.1 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb: 4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews8$2 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb: 0 reviews19%Rotten Tomatoes: 13 reviews9$1.6 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb: 0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes: 34 reviews10$1.3 millionWoman in Gold100%MovieWeb: 1 reviews49%Rotten Tomatoes: 20 reviews
The Gossip Table reports Best’s new memoir Second Best: My Dad And Me details his “combustible” time with Lohan, including the night he was caught him in a hotel room, doing drugs with multiple prostitutes while wearing nothing but a towel. Congrats on being the worst boyfriend of all-time, Calum! Do you want a medal or a monument?
It Follows opened to wide release this weekend, the extremely critic-friendly horror film opened to an estimated $4 million, which does not sound like much,
1$54 millionHome86%MovieWeb: 1 reviews47%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews2$34.6 millionGet Hard67%MovieWeb: 1 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes: 23 reviews3$22 millionThe Divergent Series: Insurgent58%MovieWeb: 4 reviews31%Rotten Tomatoes: 35 reviews4$17.5 millionCinderella100%MovieWeb: 3 reviews85%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews5$4 millionIt FollowsMovieWeb: 0 reviews95%Rotten Tomatoes: 23 reviews6$3 millionKingsman: The Secret Service100%MovieWeb: 4 reviews74%Rotten Tomatoes: 19 reviews7$2.2 millionRun All Night100%MovieWeb: 0 reviews60%Rotten Tomatoes: 24 reviews8$2.2 millionThe Second Best Exotic Marigold HotelMovieWeb: 0 reviews63%Rotten Tomatoes: 34 reviews9$2.1 millionDo You Believe?MovieWeb: 0 reviews19%Rotten Tomatoes: 13 reviews10$2 millionThe Gunman100%MovieWeb: 0 reviews12%Rotten Tomatoes: 18 reviews
Rentrak’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “There’s no place like ‘Home’ when it comes to this weekend’s box office as the DreamWorks Animation release distributed by Fox added $78 million globally, topping the international chart & leading the charge in its first weekend in North America for a combined worldwide total to date of $102 million. Another PG-rated movie marked a milestone as Disney’s hit live-action fairytale ‘Cinderella’ crossed the $300 million threshold this weekend with an impressive total to date of $336.2 million.”
20th Century Fox’s Kingsman: Secret Service also crossed the $300 million mark with $328.4 million.
Warner Bros. Pictures comedy Get Hard, starring Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell, brought in an estimated $34.6 million and took the number two spot at the box office.
New York (AP) - Business was brisk at the weekend box-office, where the DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell-Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" with a resounding debut of $54 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
While the two films had been expected to vie for the top spot at North American theaters, "Home" came in well above expectations, handing DreamWorks Animation a much-needed hit. Though a distant second, "Get Hard" also opened strongly with an estimated $34.6 million, rewarding the Warner Bros. pairing of two of the most bankable stars in comedy.
Last week's top film, the young-adult sequel "The Divergent Series: Insurgent," slid to third with $22.1 million.
With a $100 million-plus debut expected next weekend for "Furious 7" - a franchise built on street-racing adrenaline and a diverse cast - Hollywood scored with two films that sought a variety of audiences.
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