The Weekend In Celebrity Halloween Costume Creativity [SLIDESHOW]

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There was a flood this past weekend. No, I’m not talking about the tsunami warnings in British Columbia or Hurricane Sandy.

I’m referring to the less imminent threat of celebrities flooding Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and entertainment websites with their Halloween costume party fun times.  Continue reading “The Weekend In Celebrity Halloween Costume Creativity [SLIDESHOW]”

‘Cloud Atlas’ is a Box Office Flop In Third Place

With a budget of $100 million, Andy and Lana Wachowski better hope their film, Cloud Atlas, makes more money in “another world” or life, because it came in third in its opening weekend and grossed a disappointing $9.4 million.

The complicated sci-fi flick, which features “six narrators spanning the globe and the centuries,” was beat by fellow R-rated drama Argo (in its second week), and PG children’s movie Hotel Transylvania.

Alt Film Guide reports that Cloud Atlas is Tom Hanks’ lowest weekend grossing film since 1986’s Nothing in Common, blaming “weak word of mouth” and a “disjointed plotline.”  Continue reading “‘Cloud Atlas’ is a Box Office Flop In Third Place”

Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson Hung Out Last Weekend

Multiple angry Twihards are going to verbally abuse Kristen Stewart while she’s promoting Breaking Dawn Part 2 and she knows it. That’s why having Robert Pattinson by her side, basically telling fans “hey I forgave her, so you should too” would help.

I say this because many discounted The Sun‘s reports that Robert forgave Kristen for cheating with married Snow White director Rupert Sanders, but now more reputable sources People and E! Online are confirming that the couple have reunited on multiple occasions.

No news on whether or not they had dinner together over the weekend of Sept. 15 because their romance is back on, or if Stewart just wanted to apologize in person.  Continue reading “Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson Hung Out Last Weekend”

‘The Avengers’ Surpasses Every Weekend Box Office Title

The Avengers brought in a record-breaking $200 million dollars over the weekend, shooting past The Hunger Games, The Dark Knight, Twilight to knock Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 (with $169 million) from the top spot.

So far it’s dominating only the biggest opening weekend movie list though at this rate it could compete with films on the domestic and worldwide gross lists that Avatar currently conquers.

I plan on seeing it on Thursday for matinée prices. Take that, crazy Twist trolls who complained about me being “an angry lesbian who doesn’t shave her arm pits and lives in a hippy tree” all because I called ScarJo a useless Black Widow.  Continue reading “‘The Avengers’ Surpasses Every Weekend Box Office Title”