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'Bohemian Rhapsody' Rocks the Box Office with $50 Million Debut

'Bohemian Rhapsody' Rocks the Box Office with $50 Million Debut
For the first time since early February the top three films at the weekend box office were all new releases and leading the way was Fox's Bohemian Rhapsody with a $50 million, chart-topping performance, well above expectations. Disney's The Nutcracker and the Four Realms finished at the lower end of industry estimates in second place, followed Paramount's release of Nobody's Fool. That said, the weekend isn't all about new releases as the holdovers had a solid weekend of their own, with A Star is Born, Venom and Smallfoot all dipping less than 27% in what amounts to their fifth and sixth weekends respectively, helping aid a continually healthy 2018 box office performance overall. At the top of the charts, Fox's Bohemian Rhapsody endured word of a troubled production as the film that was eight years in the making topped the domestic box office with a $50 million debut from 4,000 locations. On top of that,
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Bohemian Rhapsody Is This Weekend's Box Office Champion with $50M Debut

Bohemian Rhapsody Is This Weekend's Box Office Champion with $50M Debut
Bohemian Rhapsody took number one at this weekend's box office, having earned $50 million domestically. The Queen biopic, which stars Rami Malek as iconic front man Freddie Mercury, took in an extra $91.7 million overseas, bringing the grand total to $141.7 million globally. While the film has been making a killing at the box office, the biopic has been getting mixed reviews, with many criticizing the portrayal of Mercury on the big screen as unrealistic to how he was in real-life. However, Queen is one of the biggest bands in the world, which makes for an unsurprising debut at number one.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms also made its debut this weekend with a disappointing $20 million, which earned the number two spot. $20 million is still pretty strong, but doesn't really make a blip on the radar when compared to the $120 million that it cost to produce the movie. The Disney movie made $58.5 million globally this weekend.
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Tyler Perry Wants to Make Sister Act 3 with Whoopi Goldberg and Tiffany Haddish

Tyler Perry Wants to Make Sister Act 3 with Whoopi Goldberg and Tiffany Haddish
Tyler Perry and Whoopi Goldberg want to make Sister Act 3 with Tiffany Haddish. Goldberg has been very vocal about wanting to make the sequel, but says Disney wants to reboot the franchise with a new cast and only have the actress in for a cameo. It's been 25 years since we last saw Goldberg as Deloris Van Cartier, and a sequel is long overdue. It's beginning to look like Perry and Goldberg may have some tricks hidden up their sleeves to get it done.

Whoopi Goldberg and Tyler Perry appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen to promote Nobody's Fool, which stars Goldberg and Tiffany Haddish. Andy Cohen asked about a possible Jumpin' Jack Flash sequel. Goldberg said, "No, because that's not the sequel I want to do!" Whoopi then revealed that she wants to make Sister Act 3. She went on to talk about Disney not wanting to make the film,
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In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' 'Boy Erased' and More

Music royalty will grace the big screen Friday. Bohemian Rhapsody follows the trials and tribulations of the band Queen, specifically lead singer Freddie Mercury's (Rami Malek) rise to stardom.

This weekend will see two other nationwide releases. Tiffany Haddish continues her comedy streak with Tyler Perry's Nobody's Fool, and Disney releases its adaptation of the classic Nutcracker ballet The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.

Meanwhile, limited releases include Boy Erased and A Private War. In the former, Lucas Hedges appears alongside Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe as a young gay man struggling to come to grips with his sexuality. Joel Edgerton ...
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Weekend Box Office: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Rocking to Big $44M-$46M U.S. Debut

Weekend Box Office: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Rocking to Big $44M-$46M U.S. Debut
Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody sang loudly at the Friday box office with $18.4 million from 4,000 theaters for a rhapsodic $43 million-$45 million debut in North America, one of the best showings of all time for the genre and well ahead of expectations.

That's easily enough to win the weekend ahead of fellow new offerings The Nutcracker and the Four Realms and Tyler Perry's first R-rated comedy, Nobody's Fool. It also would be ahead of the recent opening of the music-infused, box-office hit A Star Is Born, which earned $15.7 million on its first Friday for a $42....
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'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Nutcracker' and 'Nobody's Fool' Kick Off November 2018

'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Nutcracker' and 'Nobody's Fool' Kick Off November 2018
On the heels of a monster October, which saw the month deliver record calendar grosses totaling over $800 million domestically for the first time ever, November 2018 hopes to follow suit. The month's first crop of new wide releases include Fox's Bohemian Rhapsody and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, Disney's first new release in just under three months. Additionally, Paramount will debut Tyler Perry's new comedy Nobody's Fool starring Tiffany Haddish while Amazon Studios expands the reach of both Suspiria and Beautiful Boy. Originally set to star Sacha Baron Cohen as Freddie Mercury, the first iteration of Bohemian Rhapsody, telling the story of the iconic rock band Queen, got underway in 2010. After five years of ups and downs, production finally got underway in 2015 with director Bryan Singer and star Rami Malek. While that is the version audiences will be seeing in theaters, beginning with preview screenings tonight, The
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Can Bohemian Rhapsody Stop Halloween's Reign of Terror at the Box Office?

Can Bohemian Rhapsody Stop Halloween's Reign of Terror at the Box Office?
Halloween has carved up the box office for two weeks straight, winning its second weekend in a row, bringing in $31.4 million. But Michael Myers is going to have to surrender the title this weekend as Queen is coming to rock you in the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Disney also has Nutcracker and the Four Realms coming out, with Tyler Perry's latest Nobody's Fool also set to open this weekend. Plus, a couple of indie titles are getting expansions in the form of Suspiria and Beautiful Boy.

Bohemian Rhapsody, which stars Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) as the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, looks to win the weekend, with estimates putting it in the $35 to $40 million range. Critics haven't been impressed with the movie as a whole (currently boasting a 58 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes) but Malek's performance has been universally praised. That, coupled with love for the band, should push
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Tiffany Haddish and Tyler Perry Introduce Exclusive 'Nobody's Fool' Clip: Coffee Cup

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Tiffany Haddish and director Tyler Perry introduce our exclusive clip from Nobody's Fool. Haddish plays Tanya, who has recently been released from prison. She is happy to reunite with her sister Danica (Tika Sumpter), a successful businesswoman, and make a new life for herself. Tanya cannot help but notice, however, that Danica's life may not be all it appears to be, especially her very mysterious boyfriend. In the clip, we can see that Tanya's protective instincts have kicked...

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Box-Office Preview: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' to Rock Past 'Nutcracker,' 'Nobody's Fool' With $35M-Plus

Box-Office Preview: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' to Rock Past 'Nutcracker,' 'Nobody's Fool' With $35M-Plus
Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is expected to rock the North American box office this weekend with a debut in the $35 million to $40 million range, easily enough to beat fellow new offerings The Nutcracker and the Four Realms and Tyler Perry's first R-rated comedy, Nobody's Fool.

Bohemian Rhapsody's win would mark a victory for 20th Century Fox as it prepares to disappear as a stand-alone Hollywood studio and be absorbed by Disney, home of the live-action Nutcracker. Bohemian Rhapsody cost roughly $55 million to produce before marketing, compared to a production budget north of $120 million for Nutcracker.

The Christmas-themed Nutcracker, an adaptation of ...
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Tiffany Haddish Has Big Plans for All Those Unsolicited D--k Pics

Tiffany Haddish Has Big Plans for All Those Unsolicited D--k Pics
Make no mistake: Tiffany Haddish is a hustler. In the new comedy Nobody's Fool (in theaters Friday), her street-smart character completes a prison stint, only to learn her sister is now in an online relationship with a man who might be catfishing her. In real life, the single star has gotten her fair share of questionable messages from men on social media, too. "I only check my DMs once a month and I just checked it last night. There's a whole bunch of dudes that slipped in there. Not really my type," she told E! News' Ellie Lee at the movie's premiere in New York. "A lot of D pics I wasn't expecting to get." Of course, Haddish has a plan for all those. "We'll make a coffee...
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Tyler Perry Says He Goes to Churches Where Guards are Armed

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Tyler Perry Says He Goes to Churches Where Guards are Armed
Tyler Perry thinks houses of worship should remain holy and sacrosanct, but the sad reality is that armed guards may be necessary. The "Nobody's Fool" director was in NYC Tuesday, where he said Trump's call to arms in houses of worship is not the solution. On the other hand ... Tyler seems to say, at least in some cases, arming people in churches and temples may be a necessity for now ... he actually attends churches with armed guards,
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Tyler Perry Celebrates His First R-Rated Comedy at 'Nobody's Fool' Premiere

Tyler Perry Celebrates His First R-Rated Comedy at 'Nobody's Fool' Premiere
Even after decades in the entertainment industry, Tyler Perry is still celebrating "firsts." The latest? An R-rated comedy, Nobody's Fool, which premiered Sunday afternoon in New York City.

"I wanted to go all the way, and that's what we did," Perry told The Hollywood Reporter.

The film's lead, Tika Sumpter, has worked with Perry on several projects, but she said Nobody's Fool was different: "He let loose, he had a good time, and we were free in our characters — not that we weren't before — but we could have a little bit ...
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A Final Red Band Trailer for 'Nobody's Fool' with Haddish & Sumpter

"Best way to get over a man, is to get up under a new one." Paramount has released a final red band trailer for Nobody's Fool, the new comedy from filmmaker Tyler Perry, which is just a bit different than his Madea films in the past. This wacky movie stars two of the most popular actresses - Tiffany Haddish and Tika Sumpter - as sisters. Tanya (Haddish) is released from prison and moves in with her sister Danica (Sumpter), who discovers she is in an online relationship with a man that may be "catfishing" her. The full cast includes Whoopi Goldberg, Missi Pyle, Courtney Henggeler, Omari Hardwick, Amber Riley, and Crystal Lee Brown. The first trailer didn't look that great, and this one looks even worse, despite the "dirty" humor that they're allowed to include in this red band trailer. Just not my knid of comedy. Have fun. Here's the
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Tyler Perry’s Tiffany Haddish Paramount Pic Gets Title, First Image Revealed

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Tyler Perry’s Tiffany Haddish Paramount Pic Gets Title, First Image Revealed
Tyler Perry’s upcoming comedy-drama with Paramount is now titled Nobody’s Fool. The movie previously went under the title of The List when it went into production Release date of Nov. 2 remains the same.

In the pic, wild child Tanya (Tiffany Haddish) is hoping to get back on her feet and looks to her buttoned-up, by the book sister Danica (Tika Sumpter) to help her get back on track. As these polar opposites collide – with hilarious and sometimes disastrous results – Tanya discovers that Danica’s picture-perfect life – including her mysterious boyfriend – may not be what it seems. Omari Hardwick, Mehcad Brooks, Amber Riley and Whoopi Goldberg also star.
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Tika Sumpter joins the Sonic the Hedgehog movie as female lead

Following the news last week that James Marsden (Westworld) has signed on to appear in the upcoming live-action/CG hybrid Sonic the Hedgehog movie, THR is reporting that Tika Sumpter has been cast as the film’s female lead.

As with Marsden, there’s no word yet as to which character Sumpter will be portraying.

Sonic the Hedgehog is being directed by first time feature filmmaker Jeff Fowler, director of the 2005 Oscar-nominated short Gopher Broke, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) and Neil H. Moritz (Fast and Furious) producing and Oren Uziel (22 Jump Street) writing a script originally penned by Patrick Casey and Josh Miller (Transylmania).

Sumpter will soon be seen alongside Robert Redford in The Old Man and the Gun and opposite Tiffany Haddish in Tyler Perry’s comedy drama The List. Sonic the Hedgehog meanwhile is slated for release on November 28th 2019.

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Tika Sumpter Lands Female Lead in ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Movie (Exclusive)

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Tika Sumpter Lands Female Lead in ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Movie (Exclusive)
Ride Along” star Tika Sumpter is in negotiations to star opposite James Marsden in Paramount’s live-action/animation hybrid movie “Sonic the Hedgehog,” an adaptation of the classic video game, sources tell Variety.

The studio landed the film rights in 2017 and tapped Jeff Fowler to direct.

Neal H. Moritz, who recently signed a first-look deal with Paramount, is producing under his Original Film banner. “Deadpool” director Tim Miller will serve as executive producer, along with Toby Ascher. Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons will co-produce.

Sega launched the “Sonic” game in 1991 and has sold more than 360 million copies to date, including both packaged and digital games on consoles, tablets, and mobile.

The game features a hedgehog named Sonic on a quest to defeat Doctor Robotnik, a scientist who has imprisoned animals in robots and stolen magical Chaos Emeralds.

The movie is set to bow on Nov. 15, 2019. The film marks the first
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‘A Quiet Place’ Now Louder Than ‘Get Out’ As Paramount Rebounds At The B.O.

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In the midst of the Viacom-CBS merger melee, Paramount Pictures is turning itself around and can celebrate the fact that their low budget horror thriller A Quiet Place has bested Universal/Blumhouse’s Get Out at the domestic box office, $176.5M to $176M. And the John Krasinski-directed movie which stars himself and his wife Emily Blunt isn’t slowing down eight weekends after its release with a recent 3-day of $3.9M at 2,327 locations. Next to other horror thrillers stateside, A Quiet Place is arguably the fifth best after It ($327.5M), The Sixth Sense ($293.5M), Jaws ($260M), and The Exorcist ($232.9M).

In addition this past weekend, Paramount outstripped the $9M-$10M tracking for its older-femme skewing title Book Club which turned in a $13.58M opening; not too shabby for a movie that the studio acquired U.S./UK/France rights on for a reported $10M at last year’s Afm.
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If You Somehow Aren't Obsessed With Tiffany Haddish Yet, These Facts Should Do the Trick

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If You Somehow Aren't Obsessed With Tiffany Haddish Yet, These Facts Should Do the Trick
Tiffany Haddish first broke onto the scene thanks to her role in the raunchy comedy Girls Trip and she's just getting started. Not only is the 38-year-old incredibly funny and talented, but she's already made friends with Beyoncé and Will and Jada Pinkett Smith. And not only that, but she'll also be starring in Tyler Perry's upcoming film, The List. Here are five things to know about Tiffany.

Related: Tiffany Haddish on Trevor Noah's Dimples, Meryl Streep as Her Mom, and Buying a Bidet on Groupon She's of Eritrean Jewish descent. Her father is from Eritrea, though she didn't meet him until she was an adult. During a radio appearance on The Breakfast Club in June 2017, she revealed that she found him through her ex-husband, who is a detective, and he was able to walk her down the aisle before he passed away. She had a hard time growing up.
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Kevin Macdonald, Georgina Lowe among mentors for Skye residency

The week-long residency will include hands-on directing experience at the Skye Space Studio.

Mentors including director Kevin Macdonald, producer Andrew Macdonald, and The Inbetweeners actor Joe Thomas will take part in The Young Films Foundation’s first Skye residency programme (May 19-25).

Other experts coming to Skye include producers Robyn Slovo, Margaret Matheson, David Moore and Georgina Lowe, director Vítor Gonçalves; writers Olivia Hetreed and Charlie Martin, and producer and drama commissioner John Yorke.

The week-long residency programme will include workshops, masterclasses, one-on-one mentoring sessions and hands-on directing experience at the Skye Space Studio. The participants will also pitch their project ideas to Yorke,
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Is 'Say Yes to the Dress' Real? These Brides Have Horror Stories to Share

Is Say Yes to the Dress real? Does TLC say yes to authenticity? Well… yes and no. The subjects of the show are real, but the Internet is rife with stories of the Syttd production team picking brides and bridesmaids with built-in drama and then massaging out the most dramatic soundbites. That's all business as usual for reality TV, but apparently, shopping at Kleinfeld Bridal Shop isn't always the blissful experience it looks like on TV. Just check out the first-hand anecdotes below. Some are old, some are new, some are borrowed… all will make you blue! For starters, it sounds like you're treated more like a number than a person. "There were probably 20 other brides trying on dresses at the same time, so you never had a dedicated mirror or platform that was for you," customer Parisa Arash told the New York Post in 2010 after visiting Kleinfeld's New York City location,
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