Amid custody disputes with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie rang in the New Year with her kids in the snowy mountains. More
12/12/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Michael Lewittes / Source: Gossip Cop
Angelina Jolie is NOT “hiding out” with her kids at a Bel Air hotel during her custody battle with Brad Pitt, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabrication. We’re told the entire story is untrue.
According to the serial manufacturers at HollywoodLife, Jolie has been “hiding out” at a five-star hotel with her kids in an effort to “avoid the spotlight as their custody battle continues.” A seemingly concocted “source” tells the woefully ill-informed site, “Angelina has been hiding out here at the Bel Air Hotel with her children.” “She appreciates the privacy the secluded hotel provides her and her family,” adds the alleged…
12/10/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Francesca Bacardi / Source: E! Online
Angelina Jolie has surfaced.
The actress, who filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September, was photographed in public for the first time since news of their split went public. Jolie was spotted at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, looking solemn in a long black dress, black cardigan sweater and aviator sunglasses. Her left hand revealed that she removed her wedding band.
Jolie returned to the public eye on one other occasion, but it was in a recorded video for the International Criminal Court in support of a recent policy regarding children. Other than that, the Changeling star has been maintaining a low profile since filing for divorce from Pitt. The former couple was trying to work out a divorce settlement and custody…
11/30/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Megan French / Source: Us Weekly
The Allied actor, 52, stayed at Amanyara in Turks and Caicos in one of the hotel’s private villas with a close male friend, a source tells Us. According to Page Six, which was first to report the news, villas at the upscale property are said to go for up to $34,000 per night.
As Us Weekly previously reported, Pitt was not planning to spend Thanksgiving with his estranged wife and their children. “Angelina did not invite Brad to spend Thanksgiving with their kids,” a source told Us.
11/28/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Pamela McClintock / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Brad Pitt-starrer ‘Allied’ and Billy Bob Thornton’s ‘Bad Santa 2’ also opened over the long Thanksgiving holiday frame to mixed returns.
The 2016 Thanksgiving holiday box-office frame was a tale of feast or famine.
In another huge win for animated films — and Disney — Moana scored one of the best five-day Thanksgiving showings of all time with $81.1 million from 3,875 theaters, enough to conquer holdover Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which placed No. 2 in its second outing with $65.8 million from 4,144 theaters for a domestic total of $156.2 million.
Overseas, Fantastic Beasts topped the chart with a pleasing $132 million for a $317.5 million cume and global haul of $473.7 million. Moana is rolling out slowly abroad, where it took in $16.3 million over the weekend from its first handful of territories, including $12.3 million in China, where it was trounced by Fantastic Beasts‘ $41.1 million start.
If the $81.1 million domestic estimate holds, Moana will boast the No. 2 Thanksgiving launch of all time behind fellow Disney title Frozen ($93.6 million), not accounting for inflation. (Currently, Toy Story 2 is No. 2 with $80.1 million). Among all films, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire remains the five-day Thanksgiving record holder with $109.9 million.
Moana has everything going for it: glowing reviews; an A CinemaScore; Dwayne Johnson, who voices a demigod enlisted by a fierce young Polynesian princess; and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote the music with Opetaia Foa’i and Mark Mancina. Newcomer Auli’i Cravalho voices the title character. Disney scored a second victory over Thanksgiving as Doctor Strange crossed $616 million globally, including a third-place finish domestically with a five-day gross of $18.9 million.
At the other end of the spectrum, Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply bombed with a five-day gross of $2.2 million from 2,382 theaters, one of the worst starts ever for a title going out in more than 2,000 theaters. New Regency backed…
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