Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has a cult following. This much became evident as the Michael Bay-produced film remained number one at the box office during its second weekend, beating out Guardians of the Galaxy and The Expendables 3.
Domestically, TMNT brought in $28.4 million this weekend alone, which brings its domestic total to $117.6 million. Internationally, the fan-favorite is at approximately $67.5 million after this successful weekend.
Even after all these years, the Clinton Foundation maintains its great sense of humor. By way of the family, a video of Kevin Spacey spoofing Hillary and Bill Clinton has surfaced and it’s quite hilarious. We can’t explain it any better than People did, so here’s that:
This one gets complicated, so bear with us: The Clinton Foundation just released this video of Kevin Spacey as his House of Cards character Frank Underwood phoning Hillary Clinton as Bill Clinton, and it’s hilarious. Still with us? Okay, read on. Spacey-as-Underwood-as-Clinton asks Hillary for an elephant for his 68th birthday (which is Aug. 19) – likely a reference to Hillary and Chelsea’s pleas to stop elephant poaching – then listens as Hillary talks about her possible presidential bid. (He also suggests some names for Chelsea’s baby, “Frank” notably among them.)
Trust us, it’s something you just have to see for yourself. Check it out up above.
Speaking of spoofs, the actors from the new movie Dumb and Dumber To recently took a page out of Scarlett Johansson’s book, releasing movie posters that look like they’re straight out of the marketing campaign for Lucy.
The film’s stars, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, appear on the posters that read: “The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity. Imagine what he could do with 1%.” If you’ll recall, Lucy’s line was: “The average person uses 10% of their brain capacity. Imagine what she could do with 100%.”
For all of you wrestling fans out there, there’s a new WWE logo.
Whereas before, the logo looked like it was drawn with a pen, the new one features solid black outlining. WWE describes it as “a more contemporary, bold and powerful image while maintaining the iconic ‘W,’ which has been a part of the company’s long-storied history.”
Check out the new logo up above.