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We are still experiencing a Jumanji-sance! Did you see 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle', and if so, how many times?

The Dwayne Johnson-Kevin Hart adventure Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $11 million this weekend, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced Sunday.

Coming in at No. 2 is Maze Runner: The Death Cure with $10.2 million, followed by Winchester at No. 3 with $9.3 million, The Greatest Showman at No. 4 with $7.8 million and Hostiles at No. 5 with $5.5 million.

Rounding out the top tier are The Post at No. 6 with $5.2 million, 12 Strong at No. 7 with $4.7 million, Den of Thieves at No. 8 with $4.7 million, The Shape of Water at No. 9 with $4.3 million and Paddington 2 at No. 10 with $3.1 million.

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Steve


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Timberlake honors Prince in Super Bowl halftime show
Justin Timberlake honored Prince during his Super Bowl halftime show Sunday in Minneapolis and avoided any controversies while playing several of his best-known hits.

Timberlake began the show with a rendition of Filthy from his new album, Man of the Woods. He then performed snippets of other hits, including Senorita, SexyBack, My Love, Cry Me a River, Suit & Tie, Until the End of Time, Mirrors and Can't Stop the Feeling.

The highlight of the performance came when Timberlake honored Minneapolis native Prince, who passed away in his hometown in April 2016. Timberlake performed Prince's I Would Die 4 U off his legendary album, Purple Rain, as an image of Prince was projected onto a screen in the background.

During the performance, an aerial shot showed U.S. Bank Stadium was covered in purple light.

According to reports, producers of the halftime show originally planned to have a hologram of Prince projected onto the stage with Timberlake. But Prince had said in a previous interview that he wouldn't want a hologram of his image to be used in a performance and the idea was scrapped.


John Stamos marries Caitlin McHugh
Fuller House star John Stamos has married his pregnant girlfriend Caitlin McHugh at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, Calif.

People magazine said a reception was held Saturday at the couple's home in Beverly Hills.

"Caitlyn looked absolutely stunning in a princess dress," a source said. "They exchanged wows in front of family and close friends. It was a very touching ceremony. There were tears, but mostly smiles. John and Caitlyn looked very happy."

Entertainment Tonight said McHugh wore a white strapless gown with a full tulle skirt, while Stamos donned a black suit, white shirt and black bow tie for the occasion.

The wedding weekend did not go off without a hitch, however.

McHugh's room at the Beverly Hills Hotel was burglarized Friday and an estimated $165,000 worth of jewelry was stolen. No arrests have been made yet.

Stamos and McHugh announced their engagement last fall.


LOOSE LIPS:
"I had a mantra: 'This is only temporary.' That's what I would say over and over again."
--Katie Lowes, on her experience with childbirth, on Live with Kelly and Ryan



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Which Oscar winning actress enlisted lookalike daughter for a new ad campaign?


Jennifer Lopez dedicates song to Alex Rodriguez on 1st anniversary
Jennifer Lopez dedicated a song to boyfriend Alex Rodriguez on their first anniversary as a couple.

The 48-year-old singer and actress gave a special shoutout to Rodriguez while performing at the Super Saturday Night pre-Super Bowl show Saturday in Minneapolis, Minn.

"We've been together for one year today. I don't want to get all mushy or anything, but baby, this song's for you. I love you," Lopez said before launching into her song "Us," according to E! News.

Rodriguez attended the concert with his two daughters, 13-year-old Natasha and 9-year-old Ella. He was also joined by professional dancer Derek Hough, with whom he recorded an Instagram video.

"What an epic night at #SuperSaturday! @jlo @derekhough @bsternlicht1," the former New York Yankees player captioned the clip.

Page Six reported Lopez and her children, 9-year-old twins Emme and Max, enjoyed dinner with Rodriguez and his daughters at Manny's Steakhouse prior to the show.

"She wanted to go out," a source said of Lopez. "Jennifer really wanted to be together for their anniversary. They went with all four kids."

"The place was pandemonium," the insider added. "[But] they were seated, tucked behind a half wall by the bar."


Legendary Temptations singer Dennis Edwards dies at 74
Dennis Edwards, whose unmistakable voice of the Motown era led The Temptations for two decades, died at age 74.

Edwards would have turned 75 Saturday. He died Thursday night in Chicago of complications from meningitis, his family confirmed.

The Grammy Award-winner was famed for the group's hits including Cloud Nine, Papa was a Rollin' Stone and I Can't Get Next to You.

On Friday, the band paid tribute to Edwards on social media.

"Very sad to learn of the passing of our brother, Dennis Edwards. He is now at peace, and our love and prayers go out to his family. We acknowledge his extraordinary contribution to The Temptations legacy, which lives on in the music. Temptations Forever~Otis Williams."

Very sad to learn of the passing of our brother, Dennis Edwards. He is now at peace, and our love and prayers go out to his family. We acknowledge his extraordinary contribution to The Temptations legacy, which lives on in the music. Temptations Forever~Otis Williams pic.twitter.com/ru7XZe0OJg- Temptations (@Temptsofficial) February 2, 2018

Also paying tribute via Twitter Friday, the Rev. Jesse Jackson.

"He inspired millions around the world. We shall remember him," Jackson tweeted. "So talented. He is above #CloudNine, going higher."

Dennis Edwards, former lead, singer of the #Temptations. I went to visit him at @RushMedical. He slept away. In his life he inspired millions around the world. We shall all remember him. So talented. He is above #CloudNine, going higher. RIP my brother beloved. pic.twitter.com/yg888HnOWz- Rev Jesse Jackson Sr (@RevJJackson) February 2, 2018

Edwards joined The Temptations in 1968, replacing lead singer David Ruffin. The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and received a Lifetime Achievement Grammy in 2013.

During his career, Edwards went solo with Motown Records. Don't Look Any Further, his first solo record, reached No. 2 on the R&B charts.


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Which Oscar winning actress enlisted lookalike daughter for a new ad campaign?

Reese Witherspoon enlisted her lookalike daughter for her company's new ad campaign.

The 41-year-old actress stars with 18-year-old Ava Philippe in promos for the Draper James spring collection.

Witherspoon, who founded the lifestyle brand in 2015, debuted the new collection Thursday. She celebrated the launch by sharing photos of herself and Ava from the campaign on Instagram.

"What better way to celebrate @DraperJames new #Spring arrivals than with my one and only, @AvaPhillippe! She is cutting her own creative path in the world and I could not be prouder of her," the mom-of-three gushed.

Witherspoon shares Ava and 14-year-old son Deacon with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe, from whom she split in 2006. She and Ava discussed their relationship in an interview on the Draper James website.

"There is nothing like the love I have for my daughter. We share every emotion with each other, our hopes and dreams... We can talk for hours!" the star said.

"I love being around my mom, and this shoot was an opportunity to have fun and support her work as a female entrepreneur," Ava added.

Witherspoon is also parent to 5-year-old son Tennessee with husband James Toth. She said in an interview with Lorraine in September that she "would never change" her decision to marry Phillippe and have children in her 20s.

"I got married when I was 23 and I had two kids by the time I was 27," the actress confirmed. "I don't know, sometimes it's good to know yourself [first]. I would never change anything."

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