Summary of entertainment news: Nicole Kidman has fun playing Lucille Ball; Inspirations of “Avatar” director James Cameron laid bare in art book and more


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Nicole Kidman has fun playing Lucille Ball

Nicole Kidman is having fun. The Oscar-winning Australian actress got her first real chance at physical comedy playing beloved American comedian Lucille Ball on “Being the Ricardos” and she loves it.

Avatar director James Cameron’s inspirations revealed in art book

Director James Cameron has created some of the most striking images on screen, from the sinking of the ocean liner in “Titanic” to Sigourney Weaver battling an alien creature in “Aliens”. The original concepts and characters come from his early days as a young artist in Canada, as revealed in the book “Tech Noir: The Art of James Cameron”, which shows how his early ideas evolved into films.

AMC Says Over One Million People Watched New ‘Spider-Man’ Movie In US Theaters

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc said on Friday that nearly 1.1 million people watched “Spider-Man: No Way Home” at its theaters in the United States, a record opening for a movie in the company’s theaters in December. “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” produced by Sony Corp Film Studio and Walt Disney Co, stars Tom Holland as Marvel superhero and Zendaya as his girlfriend, MJ.

Adele and Ed Sheeran top nominees for BRIT Awards

Adele and Ed Sheeran were announced on Saturday as two of the top nominees for the 2022 BRIT Awards, with four nominations each. Rappers Dave and Little Simz also received four nominations for the awards, in a list that saw the annual UK pop music honors distribute both male and female categories.

‘Spider-man’ mania sets pandemic record on opening day

“Spider-man: No Way Home” grossed $ 50 million in US and Canadian theaters on Thursday, the third-highest total of premieres before what is expected to be a massive weekend in theaters that have come through the pandemic. Opening day sales set a record for the COVID-19 era. Box office analysts predict that “No Way Home” ‘s total domestic revenue over the weekend could reach $ 240 million, which would place it in the top five of the first films of all time.

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