Venom 2,’ ‘No Time to Die’ fueled October ticket sales, leading to best box office month of 2021

Don’t count out the domestic box office just yet. A combination of new movie releases, many of which appeared exclusively in theaters, coupled with growing consumer confidence in returning to cinemas amid the coronavirus pandemic led October to be the highest-grossing month for ticket sales so far in 2021. It’s estimated that moviegoers spent around… Continue reading Venom 2,’ ‘No Time to Die’ fueled October ticket sales, leading to best box office month of 2021

Devon Sawa Reveals Which of His Iconic ’90s Movies He Tried to Show His Kids

Devon Sawa was among the teen heartthrobs that ruled the ’90s. Starring in classics like Casper, Final Destination and Little Giants, the 43-year-old actor is now sharing his body of work with his children. But as Sawa told ET’s Nischelle Turner as he guest hosted Friday’s Entertainment Tonight, his two children — Hudson, 7, and… Continue reading Devon Sawa Reveals Which of His Iconic ’90s Movies He Tried to Show His Kids

Will Ferrell Says He Turned Down ‘Elf’ Sequel Despite $29 Million Offer

Will Ferrell opted out of playing Buddy the Elf a second time despite being offered a $29 million paycheck. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 54-year-old actor reveals why he forewent millions so as to not reprise his role from the 2003 flick Elf. Ferrell recalls initially being considered that taking on the… Continue reading Will Ferrell Says He Turned Down ‘Elf’ Sequel Despite $29 Million Offer

Anya Taylor-Joy on the Greatest Part About Being Cast in Super Mario Bros. Film

Anya Taylor-Joy has found an unexpected perk of her upcoming role. ET’s Matt Cohen spoke to the 25-year-old actress at the Los Angeles premiere of Last Night in Soho on Monday, and she revealed the best part of getting to voice Princess Peach in the upcoming Super Mario Bros. animated film. “Oh, it is so… Continue reading Anya Taylor-Joy on the Greatest Part About Being Cast in Super Mario Bros. Film

JAY-Z on Showcasing Black History and Representation in New Western ‘The Harder They Fall

With The Harder They Fall, JAY-Z has his sights set on showcasing some real history. As a producer on the project, the media mogul is looking to bring audiences a Western that shows the real diversity of America at the time. ET’s Kevin Frazier spoke with JAY-Z at a special screening of The Harder They… Continue reading JAY-Z on Showcasing Black History and Representation in New Western ‘The Harder They Fall

What Alphabet, Crocs and Tesla stocks have in common, according to Piper Sandler

A search engine, a shoemaker and an electric vehicle company have all caught one analyst’s eye. Piper Sandler’s chief market technician, Craig Johnson, says Alphabet, Crocs and Tesla could all mean big money for investors – his firm has overweight ratings on each. “These three names, they’re showing meaningful upside to the fundamental price objectives,”… Continue reading What Alphabet, Crocs and Tesla stocks have in common, according to Piper Sandler

Daniel Craig Says He Feels ‘So Lucky’ to Have Played James Bond Though It Was Sometimes ‘a Slog

16 years. What happens in the future, it just feels like it is going to take 15 years to unpack all of this, to figure out what what just happened,” he tells ET. “Sometimes it was a slog, it has gone like that [snaps his fingers].” Craig shares that he remembers being announced as the… Continue reading Daniel Craig Says He Feels ‘So Lucky’ to Have Played James Bond Though It Was Sometimes ‘a Slog

Kenya bans film about two gay lovers branding it ‘an affront to culture and identity’ and ‘demeaning of Christianity’

Kenya bans film about two gay lovers branding it The Kenyan Government has banned a film about two gay lovers branding the movie an ‘affront to culture and identity’ and ‘demeaning of Christianity’. The Kenya Film Classification Board on Thursday September 23, said the documentary was ‘unacceptable and an affront to [the] culture and identity… Continue reading Kenya bans film about two gay lovers branding it ‘an affront to culture and identity’ and ‘demeaning of Christianity’

Papa Ajasco & Company Reloaded Tackles Gender-Based Violence

Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP) has partnered with KIN Production to execute a project commissioned by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) for the production of a special season of Papa Ajasco & Company Reloaded which advocates against Gender-based Violence against Women and Girls. In line with European Union and United Nations Spotlight Initiative program,… Continue reading Papa Ajasco & Company Reloaded Tackles Gender-Based Violence

‘Shang-Chi’ Director Destin Daniel Cretton Talks Alternate Endings and Those Post-Credit Scenes

Shang-Chi isn’t just a part of Marvel’s cinematic universe now. Following his superhero origin story — which saw him content mythical dragons and soul-sucking kaiju, underground fight clubs, assassins with knives for hands and his dad — Shang-Chi (Simu Liu) is told, in so many words, that’s he’s part of a bigger universe. He just… Continue reading ‘Shang-Chi’ Director Destin Daniel Cretton Talks Alternate Endings and Those Post-Credit Scenes