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Warren Christie is ready for a hot time with NBC. Christie, who plays Abby McCarthy’s love interest Will on the Bravo series “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” has been cast on the NBC drama “Chicago Fire.” Also Read: ‘Whitney’ Actress Yaya DaCosta Tapped to Star in ‘Chicago Fire’ Offshoot ‘Chicago Med’ The actor will appear on a few episodes of the series, playing a firefighter and childhood friend of Taylor Kinney‘s Kelly Severide. In addition to “Girlfriends’ Guide,” Christie is known for his starring role in the 2011 film “Apollo 18″ and Syfy’s “Alphas,” on which he played Cameron Hicks. »
- Tim Kenneally
It was another explosive weekend for American Sniper, which broke the record for the biggest Super Bowl weekend at the box office in its third week of wide release. Earning an estimated $31.9 million, Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-nominated drama continued to steamroll over the competition, including several wide releases that flopped or fizzled this weekend. Even with a strong take, the film dipped a bigger-than-expected 51% in its third frame, a bit worrying given the strong 28% hold that American Sniper has last week.
With an astounding $248.9 million take so far, American Sniper is already the fifth-highest grossing R-rated film of all-time. It is also a few days away from surpassing The Hangover Part II ($254.5 million), which also starred Bradley Cooper, to take fourth place on that chart. (Fun fact: Three of the five highest-grossing R-rated movies of all time in North America have Cooper in the lead role.) Beyond the Super Bowl record, »
- Jordan Adler
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