This weekend in movies was all about reboots.
Beauty and the Beast and Power Rangers dominated the box office, while CHiPs crashed and burned. Power Rangers ranked in about $40 million, but still couldn’t beat out Beauty and the Beast which took in $88 million on its second weekend, for a total of $317 million.
If you loved the movie, Love Actually, as much as the rest of the world and heard there was going to be a sequel, here’s some good and bad news. There IS, in fact, a sequel, but it’s not what you think. It’s a 10-minute MINI sequel that was done as promo for RED NOSE DAY in the UK.
Here it is:
Rolling Stone reports Tupac will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7.
And the man to do the honors will be none other than Snoop Dog (Snoop Dogg?, Snoop Lion?, you know who I’m talking about).
Shakur is the 6th rap act to enter the storied institution. He follows Run-D.M.C., Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, and N.W.A. into the history books.
It’s also reported that Snoop and Dr. Dre may potentially participate in a musical tribute to Shakur, but the all-star lineup for the tribute has yet to be finalized.
Disney has revealed a sneak peek of the new theme song for its latest fireworks show at Magic Kingdom, Happily Ever After.
It stars Hamilton cast member Jordan Fisher and country music artist Angie Keilhauer.
For 13 years, Jimmy Cricket was the narrator for Disney’s infamous fireworks Wishes for 13 years.
Happily Ever After will debut at Magic Kingdom Park on May 12.