Spectre wins once again at the box office, bringing its total gross up to almost $550 million. In its second week in theaters, the latest Bond flick raked in an estimated $35.4 million. The Peanuts Movie came in second, pulling in $24 million. Love The Coopers, The Martian, and The 33 round out the top 5.
On the last episode of The Walking Dead, we saw Darryl like we’ve never seen him before – in a compromised situation with some tough choices to make. He gets kidnapped by a group of people who clearly are no match for his will to survive. Check out the scene above and catch the behind the scenes clip here.
Yesterday on HBO’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver kicked off with uncensored feelings and emotions about the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris:
“We begin with a few words about France, he started before giving a little background on the attacks. Then he went in saying, “So, here is where things stand: First, as of now, we know this attack was carried out by gigantic f—ing a–holes; unconscionable, flaming a–holes; possibly working with other f—ing a–holes; definitely working in service of an ideology of pure a–holery,” Oliver said unflinchingly. “Second, and this goes almost without saying, f–k these a–holes. F–k them, if I may say, sideways. And third, it’s important to remember, nothing about what these a–holes are trying to do is going to work. France is going to endure, and I’ll tell you why.”
The Paris attacks have also pushed back Natalie Portman’s upcoming movie Jane Got A Gun. A rep tells The Hollywood Reporter:
The beleaguered film, which has had several release date changes in the U.S., had been scheduled to open in France next Wednesday, Nov. 25, well ahead of its U.S. premiere. It had been picked up for the U.S. by The Weinstein Company after Relativity filed for bankruptcy.
No release date has been set yet, but the company is aiming for sometime in 2016.