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‘Dune’ leads domestic box office again as ‘Antlers’, ‘Last Night in Soho’ struggles to scare crowds
The domestic box office was lighter on goodies and heavier on towers over Halloween weekend, ending an otherwise busy October in theaters on a muted note. The horror films “Antlers” and “Last Night in Soho” opened across the country and struggled to scare off ticket sales, leaving last weekend’s champion “Dune” to reign supreme once again. box office charts. This is the first time since COVID-19 that people can safely celebrate a spooky vacation, so it’s understandable that the public has chosen to make treats or go to costume parties rather than visit their local multiplex. .
Alec Baldwin calls shooting death a “trillion episode”
Alec Baldwin on Saturday described the fatal shooting on the set of his film as an “episode in a trillion” and said he supported limits on the use of real guns in movies and TV shows. Baldwin, speaking with reporters for the first time since accidentally killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins with a gun he was told was unloaded, said he was told to do not comment on the investigation conducted by authorities in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Taylor Swift and Obama pay tribute at Rock Hall of Fame ceremony
Taylor Swift serenaded Carole King, former US President Barack Obama praised rapper JAY-Z and Paul McCartney paid tribute to the Foo Fighters on Saturday at an induction ceremony at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame which also honored Tina Turner and The Go-Go. Obama, speaking via video, called 23-time Grammy-winner JAY-Z the “embodiment of the American dream” for his rise from a slum New York neighborhood to a billionaire songwriter, director of records and businessman.
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