‘Jason Bourne’ Targets $60M+; ‘Bad Moms’ Gets Sassy With Mid-$20M; ‘Nerve’ Holds Steady – Box Office Saturday AM

Updated, Saturday 11:00 PM: While Jason Bourne‘s still in line for an opening around $60M debut (give or take $500K) and Nerve is still in the $9M three-day and $15M five-day range, the R-rated comedy Bad Moms, as expected, started to stall today and tonight shows a cume more in line with a mid-$20M take, maybe $23M to $24M. STX Entertainment’s film is playing out less like Trainwreck and more like Magic Mike or Sex in the City — front-loaded from advanced ticket sales…

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Musicians Killed by Guns: 1950-Present

Here in the United States, it’s difficult to ignore that gun-related shootings are reported on an increasing and almost daily basis, whether it be innocent civilians caught in the crossfire, angry ex-employees exacting revenge, or police officers, who have lately become the victims after apparently being accused of being the victimizers. While gun-related violence as […]

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‘He Had John Stone!!’ Herc Loves Tonight’s Fourth Episode Of HBO’s THE NIGHT OF!!

‘He Had John Stone!!’ Herc Loves Tonight’s Fourth Episode Of HBO’s THE NIGHT OF!!

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I am – Hercules!!
The Night Of 1.4 FAQ
What’s it called? “The Art Of War.”
Who’s responsible? James Marsh (“The Theory of Everything”) directs from a teleplay by storytelling genius Richard Price (“Mad Dog and Glory”).
What says HBO? “Stone (John Turturro) works to uncover information about the crime.”
How does it start? Naz stares at what’s left of his bed at Rikers while Stone wraps his feet in plastic.
Is it any good? It’s really good.
What’s doing with Dennis Box? He finds Stone at Andrea’s funeral.
Do we learn what Freddie wants from Naz? Yes.
The big news? Stone is still investigating Naz’ case even though Naz now has another attorney.
What else is HBO not telling us? Apparently in the British version of this show, there was only a single shot of Stone’s eczema-riddled feet in the whole series. At “The Night Of” TCA event Saturday morning, John Turturro would not comment when asked if Stone’s eczema would somehow help him solve the series’ central mystery.
What’s good? “Print maybe.” “We got a shitload of celebrities this year.” “Not grampas.” “Then you’re an idiot.” “Go away.” “At least they didn’t put you in an orange jumpsuit.” “There’s nothing going on here.” “He had John Stone.” Turturro as Stone. Jeannie Berlin as Helen (a long way from Jesse Eisenberg’s mother in Woody Allen’s new movie “Café Society”). Freddy.

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<i>‘I Have EVERYTHING!!’</i> Herc Endorses Tonight’s Janine-Centric ROADIES!! PREACHER Finale!!

<i>‘I Have EVERYTHING!!’</i> Herc Endorses Tonight’s Janine-Centric ROADIES!! PREACHER Finale!! BIG BROTHER!! Sunday TV Talkback!!

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Tonight’s episode, and particularly Chris House’s ex Janine, managed to surprise me pretty good. I love Janine. I love the supernerd band archivist. I laughed aloud at Luke Wilson’s line “I remember a hug.” Showtime Says Of tonight’s “Longest Days”:
Janine shakes things up with the band and crew; Wes treats Winston to a guitar lesson from a rock legend.

Last week Jesse unearthed angel hands and promised everyone God Himself would pop in for Jesse’s next sermon. AMC Says Of Tonight’s “Call and Response”:
Jesse hopes to follow through on his promise to obtain answers from heaven; the entire town waits with bated breath.
Spoilers for tonight’s and future episodes of “Big Brother” lurk in invisotext:
Beard-boy Paul won the Yellow Ball Red Ball competition and is now Head of Household.
Paul nominated Bridgette and his doppelganger Paulie for eviction, but Paulie subsequently won the Power of Veto and will use it to pull himself off the block.
Premiering tonight: Salvage Dawgs (DYI)
Last Sunday’s edition of “Big Brother” last week hit its best number of the year.
CBS’s decision to move “Braindead” to a slot following “Madam Secretary” transformed “Braindead” into Sunday’s lowest-rated broadcast.
Sundays June 12-July 24, 2016 (Adults 18-49; repeats in gray; older weeks in parentheses) 2.0 (1.8) (1.7) (1.4) (1.6) (—) (—) Big Brother 1.5 (1.6) (1.5) (1.1) (1.6) (—) (0.5) Family Feud 1.4 (1.5) (1.5) (1.2) (1.7) (—) (—) $100,000 Pyramid 1.2 (1.2) (1.2) (1.1) (1.5) (—) (0.5) Match Game 1.2 (0.7) (—) (—)

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‘Heaven Sent’ Skydiver Lands Safely but His Team Is Not Happy

The death-defying skydiving stunt that aired live tonight on Fox went off without a hitch – but not without a hiccup. Renowned skydiver Luke Akins became the first man to jump from an airplane at 25,000 feet without a parachute and land safely in a giant net.
The stunt went perfectly, but it almost didn’t go off as planned. In the days leading up to the jump, SAG-AFTRA informed the production company that it was too dangerous – that they wouldn’t let him jump without a chu…

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Khan Family Responds To Trump: “I Don’t Think He Knows The Meaning Of Sacrifice”

One of the most memorable moments from the two week spectacle that was the back to back Republican and Democratic national conventions was a moving speech by Khizr Khan, who spoke onstage at the DNC as a representative of the American Muslim community. Responding directly to Donald Trump’s controversial calls for at least a temporary ban on all immigration to the U.S. by Muslims, Khan talked about his son, Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who died serving in Iraq in 2004. Most…

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Jason Bourne: More than a rerun, because he’s never been more relevant

On screen, the “Bourne” thrillers, from “The Bourne Identity” (2002) to the new “Jason Bourne,” have always been powered by a cool contradiction. A movie about a brainwashed human-robot ex-CIA assassin — or rather, a movie in which a brainwashed human-robot ex-CIA assassin is the hero — starts off, let’s not kid ourselves, as more… Read more »

‘Berlin Station’ Creator On Being Compared To ‘Homeland’: Show Depicts “Normal People With An Abnormal Job”

EPIX’s original espionage intelligence drama Berlin Station follows Daniel Miller,(Richard Armitage), who has just arrived at the CIA station in Berlin, Germany with a mission to determine the identity of a now-famous whistleblower masquerading as someone else. During the show’s presentation at the TCA conference – which also saw the unveiling of a new trailer which you can watch above – a question arose of whether there were any concerns to being compared to critically…

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