With at least six movies opening in wide release on various days over the past week, it would’ve been easy for any film to get lost in the shuffle.
But since Tom Cruise flicks rarely fade into the background, it’s hardly a surprise that ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ brought in $26.5 million to handily beat all its competitors at the box office this weekend.
In the past week, two big celebrity splits have made headlines: Basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife of 10 years, Vanessa, are divorcing, and Chaz Bono and his fiancee Jennifer Elia said they too have gone kaput.
And while neither announcement may have left the same implosion crater made by the Kardashian-Humphries split, breakups are always rough. But just how rough will Kobe and Chaz have it?
Seems the old adage dictating “only stupid criminals get caught” was recently proven in Florida, when two women swiped a bunch of inflatable Christmas decorations off a lawn and put them in their own yard — less than a block away.
It took a movie with a zillion stars to do it, but ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn’ has finally been knocked off its perch at the top of the charts. Despite blistering reviews, ‘New Year’s Eve’ brought in $13.7 million in its debut, making it the most popular movie at the box office this weekend.
‘Jersey Shore’ star JWoww and her impressive — possibly purchased — chest splashed themselves all over the cover of the January issue of Maxim magazine, and the accompanying interview was almost as revealing as the photos.
With no new movies opening in wide-release this weekend, there was little to challenge the powerhouse known as ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,’ which earned $16.9 million and easily kept its berth as the top-earning film for the third weekend in a row.
Question for you guys — when you played video games as young men, did you ever get so frustrated that you threw the controller across the room and suffered through a screaming, clawing tantrum? Well, it may not be entirely your fault.
Adding to the growing evidence suggesting violent video games may make people more aggressive, a new study shows young men who play them had decreased activity in the brain areas associated with inhibition, attention and decision-making. FYI, less inhibition can mean more aggression.
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