Hugh Jackman’s latest movie Chappie takes the number one spot at the box office this weekend in what was the lowest grossing week of the year so far.
While Chappie pulled in around $13.4 million, it’s a big drop from director Neill Blomkamp’s last movie Elysium, which pulled in $37 million during its first week. Vince Vaughn’s Unfinished Business flopped with an estimated $4.8 million.
Jussie Smollett, who plays Jamal on Empire, stopped by The Ellen Show to discuss his role, but didn’t mention his sexuality – mainly because it’s been no secret. Back in January in an exclusive interview with GlobalGrind, Jussie’s costar Terrence Howard opened up:
“Watching Jussie come up, Jussie is beautiful – his sense of heart and rhythm is amazing. The courage he has. He’s homosexual in his real life, so to play this homosexual character, which has such intensity, and he has such a love for his father and his father is unable to return that love to him because of his prejudice to him.”
In Episode 513 of The Walking Dead, Rick and the group begin to adjust to Alexandria and start to let their guard down. In this clip, the actors give some back story about what went down and how their characters feel as they struggle to acclimate to their new home. Click here to watch.
Speaking of The Walking Dead, actor Josh McDermitt is set to star in a new movie making its debut at SXSW on March 14th. Now we have the new motion picture poster from writer/director/star Katharine Emmer’s directorial debut LIFE IN COLOR!
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