Following is a abstract of present leisure information briefs.
‘Love Story’ stars Ali MacGraw, Ryan O’Neal honored on Hollywood’s Stroll of Fame
Actors Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal, who starred because the ill-fated younger couple within the 1970 romantic drama “Love Story,” had been honored simply forward of Valentine’s Day on Friday with stars on Hollywood’s Stroll of Fame. “Who would have thought I’d find yourself with a star on the Stroll of Fame? I believed I might find yourself in jail and look the place I’m. So, that is fairly good,” O’Neal, 79, mentioned at a ceremony that was held on-line as a result of COVID-19 restrictions prevented an in-person occasion.
Field Workplace: ‘The Croods 2’ Tops ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’
DreamWorks Animation’s “The Croods: A New Age” topped an anemic home field workplace, grossing simply over $2 million in its twelfth week of launch. The household movie has grossed just below $49 million. It’s eyeing a President’s Day weekend gross of $2.7 million and is enjoying in 1,890 theaters. That modest determine was sufficient to carry off a buzzy new launch, “Judas and the Black Messiah.” The galvanic take a look at Black Panther chief Fred Hampton scored rave evaluations and opened to $2 million. It’s projected to gross $2.4 million and will finish the weekend in second or third place. The Warner Bros. launch can be debuting concurrently on HBO Max, following within the footsteps of “Marvel Girl 1984” and “The Little Issues,” a thriller with Denzel Washington. “Judas and the Black Messiah” is predicted to be a serious awards season participant — it is attracting Oscar consideration for stars Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield, in addition to for director and co-writer Shaka King.
Nollywood meets Bollywood in love story ‘Namaste Wahala’
Indian-Nigerian restaurant proprietor Hamisha Daryani Ahuja gave up her long-running enterprise to pursue her dream of creating motion pictures. Two years later, the 36-year-old will see her first characteristic movie, the cross-cultural love story “Namaste Wahala”, debut on Valentine’s Day on Netflix.
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