The “Hangover” movies are nearly as much a part of Caesars Palace as the Roman statues.
The Neil Armstrong film “First Man” settled for a third-place landing at the North American box office in its opening weekend in theaters. The Ryan Gosling-starrer and a host of newcomers, like the family-friendly “Goosebumps” sequel and the neo-noir mystery “Bad Times at the El Royale,” couldn’t unseat last week’s top two films, “Venom” and “A Star Is Born,” which again took first and second place.
The only person who doesn’t think Ryan Gosling is a sex symbol is … Ryan Gosling. “I’m not that good-looking,” the star of the new film “First Man” insisted. “I think I’m a pretty weird-looking guy.”
If you really wanted to rob the vault at Bellagio, it would take more than a team of highly skilled thieves and grifters, experts in munitions and surveillance, and a tiny acrobat.
Authorities say a crew member working on a movie about Mister Rogers has died after he suffered an apparent medical emergency and fell two stories off a balcony in western Pennsylvania.
Scott Wilson, who played the murderer Richard Hickock in 1967’s “In Cold Blood” and was a series regular on “The Walking Dead,” has died. He was 76.
In a weekend of perfect counterprogramming for Hollywood, the comic-book movie “Venom” shrugged off bad reviews to shatter the October box-office record with an $80 million debut, while Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” soared to $41.3 million.
He is a yeti … and a gentleman.
Chris Evans has wrapped his final performance as Captain America.
I’ ve never been much of a Lady Gaga fan. She’s crazy talented, but all that theatricality can be a bit … much.