Ralph Breaks the Internet and Michael B. Jordan's Creed II topped the holiday box office charts while Robin Hood failed to crack the top 5. Sequels ruled the weekend.
Freddie Mercury showed the critics up as Rami Malek's Bohemian Rhapsody topped the box office charts overperforming 20th Century Fox's expectations. Tyler Perry's latest Nobody's Fool took third place with Disney's $100 million Nutcracker hitting second.
The weekend northeast blizzard fit in well with Leonardo DiCaprio's snowy frontier saga "The Revenant" which couldn't keep people away from the theaters.
As no surprise, "La La Land" swept the 89th Oscar nominations with 14 tying it with "Titanic" and that classic Bette Davis film "All About Eve." Not bad company, and no one will be surprised if it sweeps in wins
Marvel's The Black Panther may have been overhyped but the film held up well to all the high expectation set.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" proved that you need a little more than just the 'force' to bring in over $500 million worldwide for its opening weekend. Having a hugely popular franchise (even with the last three films sucking)
It’s Friday and I have to admit, it is my favorite day of the week because it starts a sequence of days where people really turn up. Here are some highlights in celebrity gossip and current events.