Diddy Opens Up About Death Of Kim Porter: “We Were More Than Soulmates”
Sean “Diddy” Combs has come forward to address the death of Kim Porter, his ex-girlfriend and mother of four of his children.
Combs broke his silence on Instagram with a video of him and Porter saying: “For the last three days I've been trying to wake up out of this nightmare. But I haven't. I don't know what I'm going to do without you baby. I miss you so much.”
He continued, “Today I'm going to pay tribute to you, I'm going to try and find the words to explain our… Read
‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Takes $253M WW Bow; ‘Venom’ Voracious In China Milestones – International Box Office
UPDATE, writethru: Warner Bros' Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald cast a $191M spell at the international box office this weekend for a global launch of $253M. The opening in 79 overseas markets is within the range that we were seeing ahead of the bow and surpasses the start of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them by 2.7% when using historical rates on the previous movie. In 43 individual markets, Newt Scamander and crew opened bigger than their earlier… Read
‘Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Falls Short Stateside With $62M+ Debut, WB Celebrates Global Win As ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Series Hits $1B-Plus
SUNDAY AM UPDATE 10:40AM after 7:45AM post: With Chart Warner Bros. is celebrating the worldwide win for J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindelwald . The movie came in lower than expected in U.S./Canada, with a studio-reported $62.2M after a $21.5M Saturday that was down -16% from Friday’s (+previews) $25.7M.
Overseas took in $191M for a $253M global debut. This easily gets the Fantastic Beasts franchise past the $1 billion mark (the first chapter… Read
‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Paints Solid Start; ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me’ Crosses $5M: Specialty Box Office
So far, this November is comparatively slower vs. last year's somewhat more turbo-charged specialty field, coming from the likes of Lady Bird, Call Me By Your Name and others.
Over the weekend, CBS Films' At Eternity's Gate led the pack of limited release newcomers. The Julian Schnabel-directed title from CBS Films, starring Willem Dafoe, grossed $92K from four locations, averaging $23K, the weekend's highest per theater average.
Universal release Green Book with… Read
President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition
President Donald Trump started off the Sunday morning attack quietly, touting his interview appearance with Chris Wallace on Fox. Twice.
The Commander-in-Tweet initially sent out a blast as a heads-up. He later dialed in the time slots for those anxiously awaiting word and not near a handy reference. The segment will air twice today, allowing Twitter Trump followers no excuses for missing the interview.
Later, the President got in a little dig at one of his main… Read
Khashoggi Murder Investigation Conclusions Not Near, State Dept. Claims – President Trump Briefed
President Donald Trump was reportedly briefed yesterday on CIA evidence on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but the US State Department has denied it has made any final conclusions in the case.
CIA head Gina Haspel and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo related information to President Trump aboard Air Force One during his flight to California, where he visited to survey damage from its surge of wildfires.
Despite reports that the final conclusion would blame Saudi… Read
‘Saturday Night Live’ Ratings Rise With Host Steve Carell
After a 10-year break, Steve Carell returned for his third stint as host of Saturday Night Live last night. The episode, featuring musical guest Ella Mai and a mini Office reunion, averaged a 4.4 Live+same day household rating in the metered markets and a 1.7 adults 18-49 rating in the markets with local people meters.
That was up from the season lows logged by last week’s show, hosted by Liev Schreiber with musical guest Lil Wayne (4.0, 1.5) and on par with the episode… Read
Condoleeza Rice Under Consideration For Cleveland Browns Head Coach – ESPN Report
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice may interview for head coach of the Cleveland Browns, according to an ESPN report.
If Rice actually moves forward, she would be the first woman to interview for an NFL head coaching job. The league currently has three women in assistant coaching positions, but none in key coordinator roles that would merit consideration as a head coach.
Rice is reportedly a lifelong Browns fan. She would inherit a mess, as the 3-6-1 Browns have… Read
Constance Wu: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Sequel Must Wait; She’s Not Yet Attached To Jennifer Lopez Film
For those anxiously awaiting China Rich Girlfriend–the follow-up to the Warner Bros. smash-hit Crazy Rich Asians, according to Constance Wu, it may take a while, due to director Jon M. Chu’s schedule.
“I don’t know much about the production side of things,” Wu said at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Saturday. “But I know that Jon wants to direct the next one, and all next year he's directing In The Heights.”
Wu also said she wasn’t sure if the plan was to follow the… Read
Claire Foy To Host ‘Saturday Night Live’
Former The Crown star Claire Foy will make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut on Dec. 1. The announcement was made during tonight’s edition of NBC’s late-night sketch show hosted by Steve Carell. She will be joined by fellow SNL first-timer, Anderson .Paak, who will serve as a musical guest.
Foy is coming off a two-season starring turn as Elizabeth II on Netflix’s drama seres The Crown, which earned her an Emmy and a Golden Globe awards. She currently stars as Lisbeth… Read
Steve Carell’s Jeff Bezos Trolls Donald Trump In ‘Saturday Night Live’ Skit
On the heels of Amazon announcing Arlington, Virginia, and New York’s Queens as the locations of its second headquarters, the company’s CEO Jeff Bezos, played by this week’s host Steve Carell, came out to explain the decision in a special video message on Saturday Night Live.
“As you know, Amazon just announced the location of its two new headquarters in New York and Virginia, and everyone — except for the people who live there and the people who live in all the places we… Read
The Only Reboot ‘Scrubs’ Creator Bill Lawrence Would Consider Is A Movie
It’s been almost nine years since Scrubs aired its finale episode on ABC, following a run that began at NBC way back in 2001. So when the all-star cast reconvened at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Saturday, the big question was, would they ever do a reboot?
The answer turned out to be both yes and no, with a negative for a TV revisit, but a ‘maybe’ for a film.
“I would do anything to not only get to work with not only this group, but the writers, and do it… Read