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Jennifer Lopez is a mover and shaker, even when she's not onstage.
Over the weekend, Lopez's longtime pal, Loren Ridinger, sneakily shared a video on Instagram of the 47-year-old triple-threat star booty dancing while at Casa Tua in Miami, Florida. "Stop it!" Lopez exclaims when she realizes her friend is recording her.
"Oops;) I got her again. @jlo #miaminights #bff #booty #breaktheinternet #casatua," Ridinger captioned the post.
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J.Lo didn't seem to mind being caught on camera as she reposted the dance video, writing: "I gotta start watching this one..."
The friends had quite the girls' night out as Ridinger also shared a bathroom selfie with her famous pal, and another pic that she captioned: "Thelma and Louise."
The long weekend was full of dancing for Lopez »
Fox's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children has debuted on top of the box office, with long-weekend takings of $4.8 million. Tim Burton's latest has knocked off The Secret Life of Pets, which fell 7 per cent to bring in $3.99 million. The Universal title now sits on $25.1 million after four weeks. Just an inch behind Pets was Sony's The Magnificent Seven, which debuted on 250 screens and made $3.98 million. The long weekend saw Warner Bros' Storks soar, with its takings of $2.3 million up 31 per cent on last week's debut. The animated film has now made $5.2 million overall. Bridget Jones's Baby took a tumble this week, falling 33 per cent to ring up $2.16 million. Now on screens for three weeks, the Universal film sits just shy of $14 million. Roadshow's Sully also fell, down 25 per cent on last week with takings of $1.4 million. The Clint Eastwood film has now made $11.2 million after four weeks. »
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Exclusive: UK duo partner on sequels following lucrative home entertainment bows.
UK distributor Signature Entertainment and UK sales outfit Carnaby International are teaming on two genre projects due to enter production this summer.
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Niall Johnson is directing the New Zealand-set period adventure film.
Set during the country’s gold rush of the 1860s, Eve will play an upper class British woman searching for her kidnapped child in a perilous wilderness inhabited by ex-cons, with Davenport playing her romantic charge.
Also starring are Richard O’Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Graham McTavish (The Hobbit trilogy), Ariadna Cabrol (Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer), Gillian MacGregor (A Lonely Place To Die) and Cohen Holloway (What We Do In The Shadows).
4 items from 2016
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