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November 26, 2018

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Cyber MondayIt looks like Ralph not only broke the internet, but box office records, too!

The animated adventure Ralph Breaks the Internet is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $55.7 million in receipts during its opening weekend, announced Sunday.

Coming in at No. 2 is Creed II with $35.3 million, followed by Dr. Seuss' The Grinch at No. 3 with $30 million, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald at No. 4 with $29.7 million and Bohemian Rhapsody at No. 5 with $13.9 million.

Rounding out the top tier are Instant Family at No. 6 with $12.5 million, Robin Hood at No. 7 with $9.1 million, Widows at No. 8 with $8 million, Green Book at No. 9 with $5.4 million and A Star is Born at No. 10 with $3 million.

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Rafiki holds up Simba on Pride Rock in first 'Lion King' teaser

Rafiki holds up Simba on Pride Rock in first 'Lion King' teaserWalt Disney Studios released its first teaser trailer for its photo-real remake of the 1994 cartoon classic, The Lion King.

The 90-second clip wracked up nearly 500,000 views in its first hour on YouTube Thursday. Set for release July 19, the film will feature a vocal cast that includes James Earl Jones, Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner. Jon Favreau directed the computer-animated remake.

The teaser for it starts with the sun rising to reveal animals in Africa.

Jones, who voiced the lion leader character Mufasa in the original blockbuster, reprises his role here and can be heard in voiceover saying, "One day, the sun will set on my time here and will rise with you as the new king."

Rafiki the shaman baboon blesses Mufasa's young son Simba and holds him up high on Pride Rock so that the elephants, giraffes, birds and other animals below can see him. The opening of The Circle of Life plays in the background.

CBS developing 'Northern Exposure' revival

The fish-out-of-water dramedy Northern Exposure is the latest long-canceled show set for a revival.

CBS is developing new episodes of the show with its original star Rob Morrow onboard to reprise his role of Dr. Joel Fleischman, reported.

Variety said the story will find Joel returning to Alaska from New York for the funeral of a friend.

Morrow will produce the sequel series, along with his former co-star John Corbett, who played disc jockey Chris Stevens.

Corbett has not signed on to act in the reboot, however.

Northern Exposure initially ran 1990-95, and co-starred Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Darren E. Burrows, Cynthia Geary, Elaine Miles and Peg Phillips.

Other shows recently brought back years after their finales aired include Full House, Twin Peaks, Gilmore Girls, Will & Grace, Roseanne and Murphy Brown.


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Julie Andrews to voice a character in 'Aquaman'

Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music icon Julie Andrews will play a role in the upcoming superhero movie Aquaman.

"We wanted the Karathen to have the voice of a classic British actress, albeit somewhat digitally altered," the film's producer Peter Safran told "And when we found out Julie was interested and available and excited to do it, casting her was a no-brainer."

Andrews will play the mythical sea creature that helps the title character (played by Jason Momoa) make peace between Atlantis and the human world, Variety reported.

Co-starring Nicole Kidman, Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson, the film is set for release Dec. 21 -- two days before Mary Poppins Returns, starring Emily Blunt, opens in theaters.

Report: Robert De Niro, Grace Hightower split after 20 years

Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower have reportedly split after more than 20 years of marriage.

Page Six said the 75-year-old actor and 63-year-old actress and philanthropist have separated and are expected to announce their split in the coming weeks.

Sources said De Niro and Hightower are "not living together at this time." De Niro attended a MoMA film benefit in honor of Martin Scorsese solo Monday in New York.

"De Niro and Grace are breaking up. He's been at a few things since the very end of the summer without her -- and rumor has it they are done," an insider said.

People confirmed De Niro and Hightower have separated and are living apart.

"Sometimes things don't work out the way you hope or want them to," a source said.

De Niro and Hightower married in June 1997 after dating for a decade. The pair are parents to 20-year-old son Elliott and 6-year-old daughter Helen Grace.

De Niro and Hightower previously separated in 1999, with De Niro filing for divorce. The pair ultimately reconciled and renewed their wedding vows at a star-studded celebration in November 2004.

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Which actor is in talks to star in the 'Sopranos' prequel film?

Alessandro Nivola is being eyed to star in Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema's upcoming Sopranos prequel film titled The Many Saints of Newark.

Nivola is in negotiations to star in the film as Dickey Moltisanti, a character that was never seen on HBO's Sopranos series but was referenced throughout the show.

Moltisanti is the uncle of Sopranos characters Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) and is the father of Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli). He was said to have helped build up the Soprano crime family that Tony eventually heads on the series.

The prequel will take place during the Newark riots in the 1960s. Moltisanti is described as a charismatic and violent man who falls in love with his father's young bride and who mentors a teenaged Tony.

Alan Taylor is directing The Many Saints of Newark from a script by Sopranos series creator David Chase and Lawrence Konner. Chase is also producing.

Nivola was recently seen in Disobedience opposite Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams and is set to star in satire The Art of Self Defense opposite Jesse Eisenberg.