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Heidi Klum Confirms Split from Vito Schnabel After 3 Years of Dating

7 hours ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Heidi Klum and Vito Schnabel are officially calling it quits.

The German supermodel, 44, tells People: “I believe that it is important to take time to pause and reflect.”

Klum was far from down as she jetted to Las Vegas for the weekend, looking radiant as she introduced 30 Seconds to Mars at the iHeartRadio Musical Festival. On Saturday, she then caught Jennifer Lopez‘s All I Have Sin City show, sharing a backstage photo on Instagram. »

- Maria Mercedes Lara and Sara Nathan

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Rob Kardashian Skips Kuwtk 10th Anniversary Special as Kris Jenner Says He's Doing 'Great'

17 hours ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

On Sunday’s 10th anniversary special, Kris Jenner and her five daughters sat down to reflect on the last decade of Keeping Up with the Kardashians — but one member of the famous family was noticeably absent.

Rob Kardashian, 30, did not partake in the 90-minute sit-down, which was taped in April — but his name was brought up at one point when sister Kendall Jenner pointed out that they “all grew up in twos.”

“ and Rob grew up together, Kourtney and Kim grew up together, and then Kylie and I got each other,” she said.

Host Ryan Seacrest then asked Kris, 61, how her son was doing. »

- Aurelie Corinthios

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Box Office: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ and ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ Are Top Openers

24 September 2017 12:35 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Things are looking up at the fall box office: for the first time three September releases grossed over $20 million. The average September usually sees one or two performing at this level. Even with poor reviews, sequel “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” (20th Century Fox) managed to nearly reach $40 million. It was joined by a strong third weekend for horror phenomenon “It” (Warner Bros.) at $30 million, and the opening of “The Lego Ninjago Movie” (also Warners) at just over $20 million.

Despite the improvement over last year — box office up $15 million, or about 14 per cent — the fall-off from last year is still just under five per cent. That’s better than the 6.3 per cent drop at the end of August. But the uphill climb to equal last year’s box office (with slightly higher prices this year meaning an even bigger gap in ticket buyers) still quite steep.

Also tempering upbeat box office »

- Tom Brueggemann

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‘It’s’ Box Office Numbers Continue to Float Towards $500 Million

24 September 2017 8:04 AM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

While New Line Cinema’s Annabelle: Creation quietly surpassed $300M worldwide this weekend, their adaptation of Stephen King’s It continues to decimate the box office. Last weekend saw only a 51% drop from the record-breaking opening weekend, with the same happening once again based on early estimates. Even though the Kingsman sequel has dethroned the King, […] »

- Brad Miska

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Awfully Good Movies - Psycho IV: The Beginning (Video)

22 September 2017 8:17 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990) Director: Mick Garris Stars: Anthony Perkins, Henry Thomas, Olivia Hussey Last weekend marked the release of Darren Aronofsky's new horror art flick Mother!, which has garnered some very divided reactions among critics and audiences, so now Awfully Good Movies pays tribute to the most famous horror movie ever made about a mother...by... Read More »

- Jesse Shade

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Star Sightings: Sarah Hyland and Julianne Hough Live it Up at the Emmys, Ed Sheeran Visits Hooters & More!

21 September 2017 2:05 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Last weekend was a major one in Hollywood, thanks to the 2017 Emmys!

Sarah Hyland got her hands on Ferrari Trento wine when she stepped into the Backstage Creations Giving Suite at the Emmys on Sept. 17.

Photo: Invision/Arnold Turner and Willy Sanjuan

One day earlier, Shameless co-stars Shanola Hampton and Emma Kenney showed off their #PilotPurpose Mottos at the Pilot Pen & Gbk Pre-Emmy Awards Celebrity Gift Lounge on Sept. 16.

Photo: Pilot Pen

Pics: See All the 2017 Emmys Red Carpet Arrivals!

Debra Messing made sure to keep Zyrtec on hand to keep allergies at bay as she got ready for Emmy weekend events on Sept. 16.

Photo: Michael Simon/startraksphoto.com

Julianne Hough, Nina Dobrev and Lea Michele kicked off the weekend by meeting up at the pre-Emmy Variety and Women in Film 2017 TV bash, at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood, California, on Sept. 15, where guests sipped on specialty Svedka Vodka cocktails during the soiree, which was presented »

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Box Office: Can ‘Kingsman’ or ‘Lego Ninjago’ Knock ‘It’ From Top Spot?

20 September 2017 5:44 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

This is, without a doubt, an unusually strong September at the box office.

The thanks go mostly to “It,” which charged out of the starting gate for Warner Bros. and New Line as a record-breaking hit two weekends ago with $123 million domestic. Last weekend it easily stayed on top of the North American charts with $60 million. But now, Pennywise the clown has tough competition from two new releases — Fox’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” and “The Lego Ninjago Movie” from Warner Bros.

The sequel to “Kingsman: The Secret Service” looks like the leader of the pack. It’s tracking with a wide-ish margin in the $40 millions from more than 4,000 locations. That would be an improvement on the original, which had a domestic opening of $36.2 million. Foreign grosses boosted the first “Kingsman” to become a global hit, and it finished its run with $414.4 million worldwide. So B.O. observers should look abroad for the second go-around as well »

- Seth Kelley

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‘It’ Lives Again, ‘mother!’ Dies at Box Office

17 September 2017 12:26 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Stephen King’s mighty “It” is single-handedly reviving box office totals after a bleak late summer. It is rare for the second weekend of a hit film to provide the majority of the gross for the time period, but that’s what Warner Bros. achieved on the horror flick’s second weekend. While not as dominant as it was in its September record initial three days, $60 million represented barely more than a 50 per cent drop. Not bad.

With almost $219 million in the till so far and a strong hold, forget $300 million as an ultimate domestic total — $350 million now looks possible. “It” is already the third-biggest modern-day September release ever after only ten days. It will soar past “Rush Hour” by next weekend, and end up almost certain behind “Crocodile Dundee” (adjusted to current ticket prices, at about $410 million) as best for the month in the era of wide initial releases. »

- Tom Brueggemann

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Horror Box-Office Showdown: Can Darren Aronofsky's 'mother!' Survive 'It'?

12 September 2017 1:53 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

It isn't even Halloween and horror, in all its many forms, has invaded the box office.

Last weekend, It terrorized the North American box office with a record-shattering $123 million debut, the biggest showing ever for a horror film. Now comes along Darren Aronofsky's prestige psychological horror-thriller, mother!

The question isn't which movie will win the weekend — It is the certain victor with a sophomore outing of $50 million or more — rather, can mother! perform in line with prerelease tracking and clear $12 million to $15 million in its domestic launch, or will it »

- Pamela McClintock

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Angelina Jolie Says She Perfected Maleficent's Villainous Voice 'When I Was Giving My Kids Baths'

10 September 2017 6:47 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Angelina Jolie had the perfect test audience when it came time to prepare for her role in Maleficent.

The actress, who recently confirmed she’s stepping back in front of the camera for an upcoming sequel to the 2014 megahit, revealed she was initially intimidated by the thought of playing Sleeping Beauty’s nemesis.

“When I knew I was going to Maleficent I thought, ‘I have to train, I’m not good enough. I’m not ready,’ ” she said during a discussion of her career at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.

Knowing that the villain needed to have a commanding presence on screen, »

- Jodi Guglielmi

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Family Fun! Angelina Jolie Steps Out with 5 of Her 6 Kids to the Toronto Film Festival

10 September 2017 4:57 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Angelina Jolie made a stop at the Toronto Film Festival a fun family outing when she brought five of her six kids to the Sunday premiere of The Breadwinner.

Wearing a white dress, Jolie walked the carpet with Pax, 13; Zahara, 12; Shiloh, 11, and twins Knox and Vivenne, both 9. They linked up with the film’s director Nora Twomey as well as Saara Chaudry, who voices the character of Pavana in the animated film. She also signed autographs for gathered fans and stopped to take selfies with the gathered crowd.

Jolie’s Sunday stop at the film festival wasn’t just about supporting The Breadwinner, »

- Maria Mercedes Lara

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‘It’: Why a Creepy Clown Looks Like a Savior for the 2017 Box Office

10 September 2017 12:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After the drought of summer box office, “It” is a monsoon. It doubled already-high advance predictions, but most of all, one well-received horror film gives hope that a bad year could recover.

Records, even adjusted ones, get broken sometime. But to this degree is almost unheard of. Previously, the biggest September opening in adjusted grosses was “Rush Hour” in 1998 ($62 million). The $123 million estimate essentially doubled that number — and likely would have been about around $7 million-$8 million more, had Florida theaters not been closed.

Read More:‘It’ Review: Stephen King’s Killer Clown Faithfully Comes to Life, But Don’t Expect Any Surprises

This above-and-beyond performance happened on the traditionally comatose weekend after Labor Day. Last year, Warners took a similar risk in releasing Clint Eastwood’s “Sully,” a rare “A” title for the post-Labor Day weekend, and set a record (adjusted) at $35 million. This is 250 percent bigger.

Its success might be isolated. »

- Tom Brueggemann

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China Box Office: 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Swings to $23M on Friday

8 September 2017 9:44 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

After a two-month delay from its North American debut, Spider-Man: Homecoming finally sprung into China on Friday, chalking up a healthy $23 million on opening day, including about $1 million in Thursday night previews.

The critically acclaimed Sony and Marvel Studios' tentpole accounted for approximately 52 percent of all showings for the day. The debut puts the reboot on track for $60 million-plus opening weekend, which would be better than the entire China totals of all but the most recent Spidey movie — The Amazing Spider-Man 2 earned $94.4 million in the Middle Kingdom in 2014.

Last weekend's winner, Christopher Nolan's »

- Patrick Brzeski

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‘Dunkirk’ Wins International Box Office With $30 Million Debut in China

3 September 2017 3:05 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

While the domestic box office is experiencing the slowest Labor Day weekend in recent history, the conclusion of China’s summer blackout period continues to assist Hollywood films.

This weekend, Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” opened in the Middle Kingdom, and was pushed to the top of the international charts. From China alone the Warner Bros. release is earning $30 million for the three-day weekend, and it is making $36.5 million from all 60 international markets. That puts the World War II epic at $280 million internationally, and 458.8 million worldwide.

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Box Office: ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Leads Slowest Labor Day Weekend in About Two Decades

Second at the international box office is another Warner Bros. release — “Annabelle: Creation” with $15.6 million from 62 markets. Next comes the reigning North American champ “Hitman’s Bodyguard” which is taking in $14.2 million from 27 international markets.

Luc Besson’s big-budget sci-fi flick “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” is taking in $11.3 million from 25 territories abroad. Last weekend »

- Seth Kelley

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It’s the Worst Labor Day Box Office Ever, as ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ is #1 by Default

3 September 2017 12:51 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

How bad was this weekend? While it’s ever-so-slightly better than last week’s abysmal result, it is — by far — the worst for the Labor Day holiday since 1982. You’ve got to go back to 1998 to find a weaker total, but that saw nearly twice as many tickets sold at lower prices.

To some degree, it was self-fulfilling prophecy. There were no new 1,000+ film openings, and no August blockbusters that could sustain grosses. Five of the top 10 are July releases, with “Leap” the only entry to debut in the last two weeks.

The last two weekends have established a new low for moviegoing attendance — something around 8.5 million tickets sold in the U.S. and Canada, out of a combined population of 363 million. About 2.3 percent of the public went to the movies.

Read More:‘Do It Like An Hombre’ Trounced ‘Tulip Fever’ at the Box Office, in Half the Theaters

“Hitman »

- Tom Brueggemann

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Friday Box Office: ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Eyes a Hat Trick Over Labor Day Weekend

2 September 2017 8:59 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Whatever the numbers happen to be by the time the weekend finishes, there will be no good news coming from this Labor Day weekend at the box office. Last weekend was the worst box office weekend in 15 years, and even that had the bonus of at least one new release, Leap!, charting in the top five. This weekend won't even have that minute accomplishment to hang its hat on, as neither the re-release of Close Encounters of the Third Kind or the much-delayed Tulip Fever look to be garnering much interest from American audiences. [caption id="… »

- Chris Cabin

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Adam Driver, David Lowery, and Jeff Nichols Debate Indies, Studio Movies, Netflix, and Legacies

2 September 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Last weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas, Jeff Nichols launched Premiere, the first event of his newly minted Arkansas Cinema Society. The writer-director of “Loving,” “Mud,” and “Midnight Special” screened a selection of smart movies, including Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” and J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” hosted by star Adam Driver, whose family spent summers in Arkansas. Austin-based David Lowery brought “Pete’s Dragon” and “A Ghost Story” and producer Noah Stahl came with current release “Patti Cake$.”

I interviewed Driver, Lowery, and Nichols about how they define creative independence as they balance high- and low-budget movies. (It has been edited for length and clarity.)

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Jeff Nichols: I’m smack dab in the middle of the first draft of “Alien Nation” for Fox, trying to balance sensibilities. When you set out to work on something with a big price tag on it in terms of production cost, »

- Anne Thompson

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Adam Driver, David Lowery, and Jeff Nichols Debate Indies, Studio Movies, Netflix, and Legacies

2 September 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas, Jeff Nichols launched Premiere, the first event of his newly minted Arkansas Cinema Society. The writer-director of “Loving,” “Mud,” and “Midnight Special” screened a selection of smart movies, including Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” and J.J. Abrams’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” hosted by star Adam Driver, whose family spent summers in Arkansas. Austin-based David Lowery brought “Pete’s Dragon” and “A Ghost Story” and producer Noah Stahl came with current release “Patti Cake$.”

I interviewed Driver, Lowery, and Nichols about how they define creative independence as they balance high- and low-budget movies. (It has been edited for length and clarity.)

Working with the studios

Jeff Nichols: I’m smack dab in the middle of the first draft of “Alien Nation” for Fox, trying to balance sensibilities. When you set out to work on something with a big price tag on it in terms of production cost, »

- Anne Thompson

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Box Office Woes: This Could Be the Worst Labor Day Weekend in 30 Years

31 August 2017 5:45 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

For the first time in a quarter-century, there will be no new wide releases at movie theaters on Labor Day Weekend. An that means box office returns could sink to levels not seen since the 1980s. Last weekend, the box office, led by a second-week “Hitman’s Bodyguard,” made just $69 million, the lowest for any weekend since Sept. 21, 2001. This weekend is expected to be even worse, with the widest new release being a 40th anniversary re-release of Steven Spielberg’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” on 900 screens. Other targeted releases include The Weinstein Company’s “Tulip Fever” and »

- Jeremy Fuster

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Box Office: With No Wide Releases, Record-Low Summer Looks to End With a Whimper

30 August 2017 3:21 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

No third-act plot twist here.

What is tracking to be the slowest summer box office season in over a decade looks to end in perhaps the most anticlimactic manner possible — with no new wide releases.

The most high-profile fresh launch of the weekend is TWC’s long-delayed “Tulip Fever.” The historical drama, set in 17th century Netherlands during the economic phenomena known as tulip mania, was filmed three years ago and underwent a series of release day delays. It’s directed by Justin Chadwick, who also made 2008’s “The Other Boleyn Girl,” and stars Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, and, further down the bill, his “Valerian” co-star Cara Delevingne.

There are a handful of other new releases entering limited run, including Pantelion’s “Do it Like an Hombre” (a hit in Mexico), IFC’s “Viceroy’s House” with Gillian Anderson, “I Do… Until I Don’t” (Lake Bell’s directorial followup to “In a World”), and FilmRise’s »

- Seth Kelley

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