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Jonah Hill can now add wedding officiator to his resume. According to E!, the 30-year-old actor not only attended his longtime friend Adam Levine‘s wedding to model Behati Prinsloo in Mexico, but also officiated the ceremony.

Despite low weekend box office numbers overall, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes still came in first, with a domestic total of $139 million so far and a worldwide total of $242 million. The Purge: Anarchy debuted at second with $28.4 million. See the rest of the top grossing films from this weekend here.

One extra from The Purge: Anarchy is not happy with production. According to TMZ, an extra named Emmanuel Howell claims that no one told him his face would be used on billboards for the film’s ad campaign, and now he wants to be paid.

Star Wars director J.J. Abrams announced the chance for fans to see an early private screening of Episode VII by entering the Star Wars: Force for Change contest, an initiative started with UNICEF. The director also revealed the X-Wing Starfighter in the video above.

Elizabeth Berkley, who played Jessie Spano in Saved By The Bell, is not too happy with the upcoming Lifetime film about the behind-the-scenes drama of the ’90s sitcom.

She told People:

“I’m not really curious about it,” Berkley, 41, told PEOPLE at the fourth annual Celebration of Dance Gala presented by The Dizzy Feet Foundation on Saturday in Los Angeles. “We know the lives we led. I have no idea what their picture of it is.”

SOURCE: E! Online, People, The Hollywood Reporter, TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: WENN, Twentieth Century Fox 

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