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January 21, 2019

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Deals2018'Glass' cracks the top of the weekend box office! Real original, right?

Glass, the sequel to M. Night Shyamalan's Unbroken and Split thrillers, is the No. 1 movie in North America this weekend, earning $40.6 million in receipts, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced Sunday.

Coming in at No. 2 is The Upside with $15.7 million, followed by Dragon Ball Super: Broly at No. 3 with $10.7 million, Aquaman at No. 4 with $10.3 million and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse at No. 5 with $7.3 million.

Rounding out the top tier are A Dog's Way Home at No. 6 with $7.1 million, Escape Room at No. 7 with $5.3 million, Mary Poppins Returns at No. 8 with $5.2 million, Bumblebee at No. 9 with $4.7 million and On the Basis of Sex at No. 10 with $4 million.

I've still got to see 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' before it leaves theaters. Did you see anything over the weekend? Is there anything worth seeing? Please, let me know.

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Steve


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'Green Book,' 'The Americans' win Producers Guild Awards

The team behind Green Book won the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures at the Producers Guild of America Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills Saturday night.

Honored were producers Jim Burke, Charles B. Wessler, Brian Currie, Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga.

The film stars Viggo Mortensen as a Caucasian bodyguard/driver who travels with an African-American musician -- played by Mahershala Ali -- through the 1960s Deep South.

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Motion Pictures went to Morgan Neville, Nicholas Ma and Caryn Capotosto -- the producers of the Fred Rogers biography Won't You Be My Neighbor?

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures went to the producers of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The team who produced the cartoon superhero adventure included Avi Arad, Philip Lord,Chris Miller, Amy Pascal and Christina Steinberg.

The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television -- Drama went to The Americans collaborators Joe Weisberg, Joel Fields, Chris Long, Graham Yost, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Stephen Schiff, Mary Rae Thewlis, Tracey Scott Wilson, Peter Ackerman and Joshua Brand.

The 1980s-set Cold War thriller starred Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. It wrapped up its sixth and final season on FX last year.

The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television -- Comedy was presented to the team behind The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino, Dhana Rivera Gilbert and Sheila Lawrence. The Amazon show features Rachel Brosnahan as a 1950s housewife pursuing a career in standup comedy.

'Gotti,' 'Happytime Murders' earn Razzie nominations

Robin Hood, Gotti, The Happytime Murders, Holmes & Watson and Winchester were nominated for the 2018 Razzie Award for Worst Picture on Monday.

The Worst Director contenders are Etan Cohen for Holmes & Watson, Kevin Connolly for Gotti,

James Foley for Fifty Shades Freed, Brian Henson for The Happytime Murders, and Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig for Winchester.

Shortlisted for Worst Actor are Johnny Depp for Sherlock Gnomes, Will Ferrell for Holmes & Watson, John Travolta for Gotti, President Donald Trump for his archival appearance in the documentaries Death of a Nation and Fahrenheit 11/9, and Bruce Willis for Death Wish.

The nominees for Worst Actress are Jennifer Garner for Peppermint, Amber Heard for London Fields, Melissa McCarthy for the The Happytime Murders, Helen Mirren for Winchester and Amanda Seyfried for The Clapper.

In the running for the Worst Supporting Actor title are Jamie Foxx for Robin Hood, Ludacris for Show Dogs, Joel McHale for The Happytime Murders, John C. Reilly for Holmes & Watson and Justice Smith for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

The nominees for Worst Supporting Actress are Kellyanne Conway for Fahrenheit 11/9, Marcia Gay Harden for Fifty Shades Freed, Kelly Preston for Gotti, Jaz Sinclair for Slender Man and first lady Melania Trump for Fahrenheit 11/9.

The Razzies -- or Golden Raspberry Awards -- recognize the previous year's terrible performances and stories on the big screen.

The "winners" are announced the night before the Oscars are presented. This year, the Razzies will be handed out on Feb. 23 and the Oscars gala will take place on Feb. 24.

Oscar nominations are scheduled to be revealed Tuesday.

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--Kate Middleton, responding to a child's question about whether or not the Queen has ever had pizza, during her Tuesday visit to King Henry's Walk Garden in London

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Which comedian is in talks to star in the live-action Monopoly movie?

Scott Grimes engaged to 'The Orville' co-star Adrianne Palicki

The Orville co-stars Scott Grimes and Adrianne Palicki are engaged.

Palicki, 35, announced the news with a photo of herself with Grimes, 47, Thursday on Twitter.

The black and white picture shows Grimes and Palicki embracing and smiling for the camera. Palicki's engagement ring can be seen on her left hand.

"So happy to spend my life with you @ScottGrimes #ido #iloveyou," she captioned the post.

Grimes and Palicki play Gordon Malloy and Kelly Grayson on The Orville, which premiered on Fox in September 2017. The couple went public with their romance during San Diego Comic-Con in July.

"Hello, #SDCC! We love you!" Palicki wrote alongside a selfie with Grimes.

Grimes was previously married to Dawn Bailey-Grimes and Megan Moore Grimes. He is parent to two children, 19-year-old daughter Madison and 17-year-old son Jackson, with Bailey-Grimes.

Grimes is known for playing Dr. Archie Morris on ER and for voicing Steve Smith on American Dad. Palicki portrayed Tyra Collette on Friday Night Lights and Barbara "Bobbi" Morse on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Netflix is working on a modern version of 'Unsolved Mysteries'

The creators of the docuseries Unsolved Mysteries are teaming up with the producers of Stranger Things for a contemporary revival on Netflix.

The 12-episode Unsolved Mysteries reboot "will maintain the chilling feeling viewers loved about the original, while also telling the stories through the lens of a premium Netflix documentary series," a press release from the streaming service said.

"Each episode will focus on one mystery and once again will look to viewers to help aid investigators in closing the book on long outstanding cases."

Terry Dunn Meurer and Robert Wise are sharing showrunning duties for the reboot of the series Meurer co-created with John Cosgrove.

Meurer, Cosgrove, Shawn Levy and Josh Barry are executive producing.

The original show ran for 12 seasons between 1987 to 2002.

The revival is part of a growing trend of bringing back long canceled shows for new seasons. Fresh episodes have been ordered in recent years for Gilmore Girls, Full House, Roseanne, Will & Grace, Murphy Brown and The Twilight Zone, to name a few.



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Which comedian is in talks to star in the live-action Monopoly movie?

Kevin Hart is in talks with Lionsgate to star in a live-action film based on Hasbro board game Monopoly.

Hart is in final negotiations to join the project from director Tim Story, who worked with the comedian on Ride Along and Ride Along 2.

Hart will be producing the Monopoly film through his HartBeat Productions label alongside John Cheng. Story will also be producing through his Story Company label alongside Sumpter Bridgett.

Hasbro is co-producing through its Allspark Pictures label with Brian Goldner, Stephen Davis, and Greg Mooradian serving as producers.

Lionsgate and Hasbro have been attempting to get a Monopoly film off the ground since 2015. Andrew Niccol (The Truman Show) was previously tapped to pen a screenplay about a boy from the board game's Baltic Avenue who journeys to make a fortune.

Hart is also set star in the planned sequel to Sony's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, re-teaming him with stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black and Karen Gillan. The sequel will also star Danny Glover, Danny DeVito and Awkwafina.

Hart made headlines recently when he confirmed that he would not be hosting the Oscars this year. The actor was announced as the host of the 2019 Oscars in December. The comedian then backed out two days later, after the re-emergence of his past homophobic jokes.