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    Disney's 'Aladdin' Soars Over Memorial Day Weekend at the Box Office

    Disney's 'Aladdin' Soars Over Memorial Day Weekend at the Box Office
    Disney's Aladdin topped the weekend with an impressive debut, delivering over $85 million for the three-day and is expected to top $100 million for the four-day, Memorial Day holiday weekend.

    Meanwhile, fellow newcomers Brightburn and Booksmart finished more in line with studio expectations than Mojo's aggressive pre-weekend forecast and Avengers: Endgame will become only the second film ever to top $800 million at the domestic box office by the end of the long holiday weekend.

    With an estimated $86.1 million, Disney's Aladdin topped the Memorial Day three-day weekend box office. For Disney this is something of a big win considering the studio's live action properties, outside of the Marvel Universe, have struggled for some time now.

    Disney anticipates the reportedly $180+ million production will top $105 million for the four-day weekend, though rival studios expect that total to go even higher, targeting a four-day debut over $110 million, which would be enough to make it
    See full article at Box Office Mojo »

    "A.P. Bio" Fans Light Up Twtiter In Effort To Save Canceled NBC Series

    One day after A.P. Bio Creator-Executive Producer Mike O’Brien broke the news that the sophomore sitcom had been canceled, fans have taken to social media in an effort to bring it back.

    The hashtag #SaveAPBio trended throughout the day Saturday on Twitter. Among the comments, viewers said they were “crushed” and the show “will be missed.”

    “Maybe networks should let good quality shows grow for more than 2 seasons before axing it,” one person tweeted.

    Another urged Netflix to pick up the series, writing: “C’mon Netflix!!!!!”

    Someone else added: “Such an incredible cast and the show was just hitting its stride. There’s still so much potential!”

    Written by SNL alum O’Brien, the high school comedy stars Glenn Howerton as disgraced Harvard philosophy scholar Jack Griffin. After losing out on his dream job, Griffin is forced to return to Toledo,
    See full article at Deadline »

    Moby Apologizes to Natalie Portman for "Inconsiderate" Mention in Book

    Moby Apologizes to Natalie Portman for
    Moby has penned a public apology to Natalie Portman after she took offense to and contested comments he made about allegedly dating her.

    In his memoir "Then It Fell Apart," the 53-year-old musician wrote that he met the Oscar-winning actress in 1999 when she was 20—in reality, she was 18.

    He said he kissed her during a night out in New York City. Portman, 37, contested his account, telling Harper's Bazaar U.K., saying, "My recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school." Moby insisted on Instagram twice that he did date Portman and also said her fans have sent him "anonymous threats of violence." On Saturday, he wrote on Instagram,...
    See full article at E! Online »

    Cannes: Bong Joon-ho's 'Parasite' Wins Palme d'Or

    Cannes: Bong Joon-ho's 'Parasite' Wins Palme d'Or
    A star-studded Cannes Film Festival came to a close Saturday night with a bang as Bong Joon-ho's Parasite took home the Palme d'Or, while Mati Diop's Atlantics landed the runner-up Grand Prix award.

    The Parasite win denied Quentin Tarantino his second top prize (the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood helmer won the Palme d’Or 25 years ago for his ground breaking Pulp Fiction). Instead, the widely praised Once Upon a Time came up empty handed.

    Joon-ho's dark comedy, which premiered the same night as Once Upon a Time, and drew raves. The film revolves around a man and his ...
    See full article at The Hollywood Reporter »

    ‘The Lovebirds’: Issa Rae-Kumail Nanjiani Paramount Comedy Moved Back By A Month

    ‘The Lovebirds’: Issa Rae-Kumail Nanjiani Paramount Comedy Moved Back By A Month
    Paramount’s romantic comedy The Lovebirds is fleeing the nest. The film has been moved from its announced March 6 wide-release date to April 3.

    Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani star as a couple on the brink of breaking up who get unintentionally embroiled in a bizarre murder mystery. As they get closer to clearing their names and solving the case, they need to figure out how they, and their relationship, can survive the night.

    Co-stars include Kelly Murtaugh, Moses Storm and Betsy Borrego. Michael Showalter — who helmed The Big Sick, which Nanjiani co-wrote and starred in — directs from a script by Aaron Abrams, Brendan Gall and Martin Gero

    Moving out of a slot against Disney/Pixar’s Onward, The Lovebirds instead will battle with Fox’s The New Mutants and an untitled DC pic from Warner Bros.

    Paramount didn’t give a reason for the date change, but it comes hours
    See full article at Deadline »

    Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe’s The Lighthouse Wins Cannes Critics’ Award

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    Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe’s The Lighthouse Wins Cannes Critics’ Award
    Robert Eggers’ “The Lighthouse,” with Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson, won the Cannes Film Festival critics’ award for best first or second feature in Directors’ Fortnight and Critics’ Week, one of the first prizes for which “The Lighthouse” has been eligible at Cannes.

    The award was announced Saturday in Cannes by the Intl. Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci), which also honored Elia Suleiman’s “It Must Be Heaven” as the best film in competition and Russian Kantemir Balagov’s “Beanpole” as best film in the sidebar Un Certain Regard.

    At the same awards announcement, it was revealed that Terrence Malick’s Cannes competition entry, “Hidden Life,” won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury.

    The Fipresci honor for “The Lighthouse” marks another plaudit for Eggers, who is rapidly emerging as a major talent in many critics’ view, as well as for one of the best-reviewed of movies in any section at
    See full article at Variety »

    "A.P. Bio" Canceled After Two Seasons at NBC

    • Variety
    A.P. Bio” has been canceled at NBC.

    Series creator Mike O’Brien shared the news with fans on Twitter, writing that “This has been the favorite project of my life.”

    In the single-camera comedy, Glenn Howerton portrayed a disgraced Harvard philosophy scholar who lost out on his dream job and was forced to return to Toledo, Ohio, to work as a high school biology teacher. There, he decided to use his students for his own benefit but found himself gradually more entangled with the other staff, especially the principal (played by Patton Oswalt).
    See full article at Variety »

    Rep. Liz Cheney Says FBI Agents May Have Committed ‘Treason,’ Plotted ‘Coup’

    Another day, another Trump crony hitting the airwaves to confuse the electorate with falsehoods and/or out-and-out lies. On Sunday, it was Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-wy) turn to twist facts in defense of the president.

    Cheney, in an interview on ABC’s This Week, took a question from host Martha Raddatz about the president adding to the discord in today’s politics while tweeting the fake Nancy Pelosi video. Cheney ignored the question, and instead decided to litigate the former FBI official Peter Strzok and attorney Lisa Page saga again.
    See full article at Rolling Stone »

    ‘AP Bio’ Stars Glenn Howerton, Patton Oswalt Try to #SaveAPBio

    ‘AP Bio’ Stars Glenn Howerton, Patton Oswalt Try to #SaveAPBio
    Patton Oswalt would really like you to spend your Memorial Day weekend binge-watching “A.P. Bio” on Hulu, as he and costar Glenn Howerton are leading a hashtag campaign to help find the recently cancelled NBC comedy a new home.

    Oswalt and Howerton have called on the show’s cult fanbase to get #SaveAPBio trending on Twitter and to help get the show to the top of Hulu’s streaming metrics. The show stars Howerton as Jack Griffin, a disgraced Harvard scholar who is forced to return to his hometown of Toledo, Ohio, and teach an advanced placement biology class.

    But as he realizes that his students are among the best in the school, Jack hatches a scheme to use them to simultaneously get revenge on those who cost him his spot at Harvard and find his way back into the upper echelons of academia.

    I mean, there’s no
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Bill Yoast, Football Coach Played by Will Patton in ‘Remember the Titans,’ Dies at 94

    Bill Yoast, one of the coaches who inspired the Disney film “Remember the Titans,” died Thursday in Springfield, Virginia, according to Alexandria City Public Schools. He was 94.

    Yoast initially served as a head coach for the football team at the all-white Francis C. Hammond High School, leading them to a regional championship in 1969. But his claim to fame was as defensive coordinator and assistant coach at T.C. Williams High School, which was formed from the merger of three high schools in Alexandria, Virginia.

    In 1971, the T.C. Williams’ racially integrated football team, the Titans, became one of the most dominant high school teams in state history, going on an undefeated 13-0 run with nine shutouts. The team, along with Yoast and black head coach Herman Boone, served as the loose inspiration for “Remember the Titans,” which starred Will Patton as Yoast and Denzel Washington as Boone. Released in 2000, the film is
    See full article at The Wrap »

    Rep. Duncan Hunter Admits Taking Photos of Dead Combatants While in Marines

    Rep. Duncan S. Hunter (R-ca) told a crowd at a border event this weekend that while he served as a Marine, he took photos of the bodies of dead combatants. Hunter, who appeared at the event with his former congressman father, admitted to this while defending Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward Gallagher, a Navy Seal who is accused of taking photos with the body of a slain combatant, but also of killing innocent, unarmed people. Hunter served in the United States Marine Corps in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

    “Eddie did
    See full article at Rolling Stone »