Breaking News More DUI trouble for ex-Atlanta Falcons running back Jamal Anderson -- the former NFL star was arrested for DUI on Sunday ... the 2nd time he's been busted for drunk driving in 10 months. Officials say the 42-year-old was swerving in his lane -- when he was pulled over. During the stop, cops determined he was under the influence and put him under arrest. He was eventually released on $5,830 bond. Just 3 days later, Anderson was arraigned on his DUI charge from last November -- when cops say he was discovered passed out behind the wheel of an Escalade on I-85. BTW -- Anderson was also arrested for DUI in 2012 ... but ultimately pled guilty to the lesser charge of reckless driving. We reached out to Anderson for comment -- so far, no word back. … [Read more...] about Jamal Anderson — Arrested for DUI Again … 2nd DUI In 10 Months
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Sunday AM UPDATE FINAL: With the No. 1 $31.5M opening success of Ford v Ferrari this morning and an overall $52M global debut, high praise is to be given to 20th Century Fox Film president Emma Watts and execs Mike Ireland and Steve Asbell, who have been shepherding and advocating this project through all its iterations for years. Chernin Entertainment also produced. A $120M endgame, if not more, is in store for Ford v Ferrari at the domestic box office. Finally, a great start for Fox in the new Disney empire after misfires Ad Astra, Stuber, and Dark Phoenix, to name a few. On Friday, Disney planted flags in the 2020-2023 release schedule for big Fox with 12 titles next year (not counting Searchlight) going to 7 pics in 2023. Related Story How 'Charlie's Angels' Fell From Grace At The Box Office With An $8M+ Opening Ford v Ferrari director James Mangold told me at a recent Awardsline screening for the film, “They showed a lot of faith, because of … [Read more...] about ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Wins Weekend B.O. Race With $31M+ As ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Finds No Salvation With $8M+ Start – Sunday Update
The weekend sparkled with the limited release of the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler. A24’s crime thriller earned an estimated gross of $525,498, opening in five theaters in New York and Los Angeles with a per-screen average of $105,100. This is a shining moment as the limited opening of Uncut Gems makes for the biggest per-screen average opening ever for A24. The film is currently riding the wave of buzz from its festival runs as it continues to gain momentum with its 92% score on Rotten Tomatoes and A- Cinemascore. It also has a landslide of awards season love including multiple nominations from the Film Independent Spirit Awards, Gotham Awards, New York Film Critics Circle Awards and National Board of Review — all of which have Sandler on their Hest actor list. We hear it is playing very well in all five theaters to huge crowds with sold-out advance sales and boosted with Q&As. This could do nothing but good as Uncut Gems puts a … [Read more...] about ‘Uncut Gems’ Shines With Biggest A24 Per-Screen Opening, ‘A Hidden Life’ Debuts, Lionsgate Drops Limited ‘Bombshell’ Release – Specialty Box Office
For its fifth edition in North Carolina – and first since moving into the technology-centric Research Triangle – Moogfest promised another year of “Future Sound” and “Future Thought.” Durham’s hotels, theaters, pubs, open-air spaces and YMCA cages were crackling with circuitry. There were electronic-infused musical acts like Gary Numan, Odesza and Oneohtrix Point Never; thinkers like artist/”cyborg activist” Neil Harbisson, who could be spotted walking around with a color-sensing robotic eye sprouting from his head; and even installations like the Burt’s Bees observational beehive turned into a relaxing-to-dystopic sound machine. Could this convergence of musicians, scientists, futurists, relentlessly optimistic tech types and the brands that love them actually reveal the future of music itself? The short answer is “probably not.” Though it was certainly entertaining to watch Shimon, the improvising jazz … [Read more...] about Moogfest 2016: Was It Actually the Future of Music?
More than 30 years after it first hit theaters, the Top Gun sequel fans have been clamoring for is finally coming to fruition. After decades of delays, Tom Cruise teased last week that the sequel will be called Top Gun: Maverick, with Cruise returning as the title character. Although, all he would say about the story is that jets will be involved. During a recent interview, the actor hinted that this sequel may include a volleyball scene like the original movie. Entertainment Tonight caught up with Tom Cruise during the red carpet premiere for The Mummy, which hits theaters June 9, where he continued to talk the sequel, reiterating that there will be plenty of jets in this movie. Still, when press for even more details, the actor wouldn't give up many specifics, only offering fans the most generic of details about this Top Gun sequel. But then he mentioned that it might have a volleyball scene. Here's what he had to say on the subject. "There's gonna be jets, very fast jets. There's … [Read more...] about Is Top Gun 2 Getting a Volleyball Scene?