“Boss Baby” is enjoying the view from the top.
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When it comes to recommending movies to get you in the mood for baseball season, which opens Sunday, any hack can offer up the Kevin Costner trifecta (“Bull Durham,” “Field of Dreams” and “For the Love of the Game”).
It’s a windy weekend in Las Vegas. Stay out of the dust storms with events indoors. The ACM Awards are hitting the city this weekend with parties spanning from the Strip to Red Rock. Also at Red Rock, don’t miss Sake Fever night of UNLVino. If you’d rather stay in, make a pit stop at Wax Trax Records first to pick up some killer vinyl.
Disney’s “Lion King” live-action reboot is getting in formation.
Chumlee has become a pop-culture icon on “Pawn Stars,” but he is back at McDonald’s for a shift to raise money for charity.
In Hollywood, stars walk the red carpet. In Las Vegas, they walk the orange one.
Nothing during the four days of CinemaCon — not the virtual reality displays, not the high-end recliners, not even the Cheetos popcorn, which is an actual thing — illustrated the changing face of the movie business quite like the luncheon hosted by Amazon Studios.
From Cheetos popcorn and heated seats to sensory overload and virtual reality, the CinemaCon trade show gives movie buffs a taste of what’s to come in theater technology.
The president’s golf game could take a hit this weekend as there’s a very real chance Donald Trump sprains both his thumbs retweeting negative reviews of “The Boss Baby.”
Mark Walhlberg was late, but the scene was great as Wahlburgers opened with a couple hundred fans whooping it up on the Strip.
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