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*Gal Gadot is Wonder Woman but she refuses to play the character again unless Warner Brothers cancels its co-financing deal with director Brett Ratner.  He's been accused of rape and sexual harassment by six women. This movie is about women's empowerment and you can't have this possible harasser making money off of it. RatPac Entertainment is his company and they co-produced, and profited from, the first film. A “Warner Bros. insider” told Page Six that Gadot “knows that Warner Bros. has to side with her on this issue as it develops. They can’t have a movie rooted in women’s empowerment being part-financed by a man ­accused of sexual misconduct against women.”



1. Thor: Ragnarok - $56.6 million

2. Daddy's Home 2 - $30 million

3. Murder on the Orient Express - $28.2 million

4. A Bad Moms Christmas - $11.5 million

5. Jigsaw - $3.4 million

Thor: Ragnarok continues to hammer the competition at the box office. The Marvel sequel earned $56.6 million in its second weekend, easily beating out newcomers Daddy's Home 2 and Murder on the Orient Express. The third Thor movie has made $211.6 million in 10 days and is already the highest grossing film in the series.

Daddy's Home 2, starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, opened in second with $30 million, just ahead of the latest remake of Murder on the Orient Express, which made $28.2 million.

A Bad Moms Christmas dropped from second to fourth with $11.5 million.

And Jigsaw went from third to fifth with $3.4 million.


Fans of the movement have since shared heartwarming memories of Carrie Fisher, Robin Williams, Danny DeVito and more.

*Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman let me stay with them when my mom was in the hospital for cancer surgeries

*robin williams was the nicest, most compassionate celebrity I ever had the pleasure of knowing in person. personally saw him threaten to beat the hell out of some rando harassing a homeless person in the ocean district six or so years ago

*Back in my serving days, Steve Carrell would come in with his family. They would all keep their phones away, unforced, and talk. He'd tip like 100%.

*Chris Martin of Coldplay visits kids hospitals in every country he goes on tour with his band to. He spends hours talking to the kids, singing them songs, giving them presents and cheering them up. He's never spoken about it and we only know from social media posts from patients

*Keanu Reeves bought a Harley for each of his stuntmen.

*I was crying quietly to myself after my Mom died in a cafe, Robin Williams noticed me and paid my check. He whispered things usually get better.

*Jason Alexander made me snacks while I paired his palm pilot to his prius


Mike Tyson was denied entry into Chile Thursday and ordered back to the U.S.A. According to TMZ, the former heavyweight champ and rape convict didn't meet the requirements for entry because of his criminal history. He was reportedly heading to the country to participate in a promotion for a TV channel there.

The LAPD is no longer investigating the sexual abuse case recently reported by Corey Feldman. An official tells the New York Daily News, "Unfortunately, according to California law, the alleged occurrence is out of statute and Robbery/Homicide detectives have no other avenues to pursue this case."

John Hillerman, who played Jonathan Higgins the Third on Magnum, P.I., died Thursday in Houston. He was 84. He also appeared on One Day at a Time, The Betty White Show and Murder, She Wrote.

Disney is developing a new Star Wars trilogy with Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. The company also announced a live-action Star Wars TV series that will air on its upcoming streaming service. (Variety)

Ellen Page has joined the cast of the upcoming Netflix adaptation of The Umbrella Academy, the comic book created by former My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way.

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