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October 01, 2018

Here's the Scoop...

Solar Outdoor LightDid you go to the movies or did you go to night school? Or did you do both? See what I did there?

The Tiffany Haddish-Kevin Hart comedy Night School is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $28 million in receipts, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced Sunday.

Coming in at No. 2 is Smallfoot with $23 million, followed by The House with a Clock in its Walls at No. 3 with $12.5 million, A Simple Favor at No. 4 with $6.6 million and The Nun at No. 5 with $5.4 million.

Rounding out the top tier are Hell Fest at No. 6 with $5 million, Crazy Rich Asians at No. 7 with $4.2 million, The Predator at No. 8 with $3.7 million, White Boy Rick at No. 9 at $2.4 million and Peppermint at No. 10 with $1.8 million.

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Steve


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Gwyneth Paltrow marries Brad Falchuk in New York

Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow married television producer Brad Falchuk in New York's Hamptons on Saturday afternoon.

Among the guests were Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, Steven Spielberg, Cameron Diaz and her husband, Benji Madden, and Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan Downey, People.com reported.

E! News said the couple exchanged wedding vows in the yard of a private home.

The Seinfelds hosted a rehearsal dinner for Paltrow and Falchuk on Friday.

The Iron Man and Shakespeare in Love actress, 46, and the Glee and American Horror Story co-creator, 47, announced their engagement in January after dating for more than three years.

Paltrow was previously married to Coldplay rocker Chris Martin, the father of her daughter Apple, 14, and son Moses, 12. Falchuk has two children with his ex-wife Suzanne.
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Juliette Lewis joins cast of 'Roseanne' spinoff 'The Conners'

A Million Little Pieces and Camping star Juliette Lewis confirmed via Twitter she has joined the cast of the Roseanne spinoff The Conners.

"Yep this is happening. The secret is out!! #JulietteLewisisontheconners #TheConners," the actress tweeted this week, along with a photo of her holding a script with the sitcom's name emblazoned on the front of it.

Another post features a photo of Lewis with Johnny Galecki and Sara Gilbert, who play exes David and Darlene on the show.

"Guess who's stoppin by #TheConners ??!! Reuniting with my Grizwald brother! So exciting. The writing is SOOOOO GOOOD. #JulietteLewisisonTheConners," Lewis wrote.

Lewis and Galecki played siblings Audrey and Rusty Griswold in the 1989 movie Christmas Vacation.

The Hollywood Reporter said Lewis will play Galecki's girlfriend Blue, but it is unclear in how many episodes they will appear.

The Conners is scheduled to debut on Oct. 16.

Roseanne initially ran 1988-97 and remained popular in re-runs. It earned high ratings when it returned this spring and was renewed for another season, but the show was canceled and creator-star Roseanne Barr was fired in May after Barr tweeted a racist joke about a former Obama administration official.

In June, ABC announced it was moving forward with a spinoff of Roseanne without its titular matriarch.

Most of the original cast members from Roseanne -- including Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman -- are to star in The Conners.

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Marty Balin from Jefferson Airplane dead at 76

Musician Marty Balin, a co-founder of the psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane, has died at the age of 76.

"We have lost a true legend. Marty Balin helped start a revolution that still lives on today. He will be greatly missed -- our hearts go out to his family, friends and music fans everywhere," the Jefferson Airplane Facebook page said Friday.

Rolling Stone magazine said it confirmed with Balin's representative his Thursday death, but said the cause has not yet been disclosed to the public.

Born Martyn Jerel Buchwald, Balin helped create Jefferson Airplane in the mid-1960s with Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Skip Spence and Signe Toly Anderson. He played at the famed Woodstock festival and co-wrote several hit songs, including "Comin' Back to Me," "She Has Funny Cars" and "Miracles."

Balin left and re-joined the group several times through the years as the band's lineup rotated and name changed to Jefferson Starship, then Starship. The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 and Balin departed for the final time in 2008.

The musician also enjoyed a successful solo career and managed other bands.

Tony Goldwyn to co-star with Bryan Cranston in 'Network'

Scandal actor Tony Goldwyn has signed on to play news division president Max Schumacher in the Broadway play Network.

"Super excited about this!!!" Goldwyn tweeted after his casting was announced.

The stage adaptation of the 1976 movie will also star Bryan Cranston and Tatiana Maslany. Ivo Van Hove is directing the show at Manhattan's Belasco Theatre.

Preview performances are to begin Nov. 10, with an official opening planned for Dec. 6.

"Howard Beale, news anchor-man, isn't pulling in the viewers. In his final broadcast he unravels live on screen. But when ratings soar, the network seizes on their newfound populist prophet, and Howard becomes the biggest thing on TV," a press release said. "Network depicts a media landscape where opinion trumps fact. Hilarious and hair-raising by turns, the iconic film by Paddy Chayefsky won four Academy Awards in 1976."

Scandal wrapped its seven-year run on ABC in April. Since then, several of Goldwyn's collaborators have taken jobs in the theater.

Kerry Washington will be seen, starting next week, in American Son, a play produced by Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes, and Scandal co-star Katie Lowes has been playing a supporting role in the musical Waitress since July.
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Which rapper says he was 'bullied' over Trump support at 'SNL' taping?

Rapper Kanye West said the Saturday Night Live team "bullied" him when he headed to the stage wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.

West -- who has been vocal about his support for U.S. President Donald Trump -- performed three songs as the musical guest for this weekend's Season 44 premiere of SNL.

He was wearing one of Trump's red, "MAGA" hats when the cast and guest host Adam Driver gathered on the stage together at the end of the show.

UsMagazine.com said West addressed the audience after the cameras stopped rolling and said: "They bullied me backstage. They said, 'Don't go out there with that hat on.' They bullied me and then they said I'm in the sunken place!"

Without naming who urged him to take the hat off, West continued: "I think the universe has balance. 90 percent of news are liberal. 90 percent of TV, L.A., New York, writers, rappers, musicians, so it's easy to make it seem like it's so, so, so one-sided."

"The blacks want always Democrats, you know, it's like the plan they did, to take the fathers out of the home and promote welfare. Does anybody know about that? That's a Democratic plan."

Variety said most of the crowd remained quiet, while some people booed as West spoke.

He concluded by thanking SNL for the opportunity to express himself "even though some of y'all don't agree."

The show opened with a satire of last week's Senate judiciary committee's hearing into decades-old sexual abuse allegations against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who was played by Matt Damon.