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Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: August 20, 2017


With summer continuing to wind down to a close, two A-listers managed to rule the box office this weekend.

Coming in first is the new action-comedy The Hitman’s Bodyguard (read our review), which stars Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson. It earned $21.6 million in its first three days, which is actually better than what some projections had pegged for it. Though the film did not generate the strongest word-of-mouth, the presence of the lead actors proved to be enough to help it get through a slow period at the multiplex, where it took advantage of limited competition. With a production budget of only $29 million, it is in ...

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Cable Gets Dirty in Fresh Deadpool 2 Photo

Josh Brolin gets down and dirty on the Deadpool 2 set as Cable as new photos have surfaced

Game Of Thrones: 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Sansa Stark


The storylines that everybody remembers in Game of Thrones are the ones that involve the dragons and the white walkers (or the ones filled with copious amounts of nudity).

However, there is more to the story of Westeros than epic tales that wouldn’t look out of place in  Lord of the Rings- there are stories of humanity and the desires that shape our actions. That is Sansa Stark’s story and, besides all of the fighting action, it is one of the real reasons why we watch Game of Thrones. 

Sansa Stark is one of the main POV characters in the A Song of Ice and Fire series. ...

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Jerry Lewis Remembered by Hollywood Friends

Several luminaries from the world of comedy took to social media today to mourn the loss of comedic icon Jerry Lewis.

Game of Thrones’ Suicide Squad Have a Lot of Grudges

Jon Snow leads Game of Thrones' Suicide Squad-like team

Wow – what a screwball crew Jon Snow (Kit Harington) ended up with at the end of the Game of Thrones episode “Eastwatch.” This rather unmagnificent seven (well, some of them are awesome) wound up on a Daenerys-sanctioned mission to capture a Wight and bring it to King’s Landing – to definitively prove once and for all that the White Walker threat is real and everybody needs to work together to stop them.

What could possibly go wrong?

Jon left after sharing some not-insignificant looks with Dany and bonding with Drogon — which probably should have tipped Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) off that there’s something different about him — and gathered his team. Fortunately for Jon, ...

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