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Mel Gibson and Girlfriend Grocery Shop in Malibu

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Mel Gibson looks like he's hunkerin' down for the New Year ... with a Grizzly Adams beard and a big bag of rations. Mel and Gf Rosalind Ross did some serious damage in Malibu Monday in the aisles of Ralphs. He and his 27-year-old baby mama -- they have a 1-year-old -- also stopped by Vitamin Barn for some ... vitamins. Gibson's coming off a successful movie -- "Daddy's Home 2." Well, now daddy's home for real and the eatin's good.
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Daddy's Home 2 Arrives on Blu-Ray and Digital This February

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November's fatherly comedy sequel, Daddy's Home 2, has set their Blu-Ray and Digital release dates for February, but it's looking like Digital will be the way to go for those who can't wait to watch it.

Last November, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell reunited for the sequel to Daddy's Home, aptly dubbed 2, with idea that their characters had finally put their differences aside and were gearing up for the holidays. Of course, holidays mean family visits and the duo would soon find out that their on-screen father's played by Mel Gibson and John Lithgow would be making a (un)welcome appearance.

Daddy's Home 2 will release on Blu-Ray/DVD/4K Digital on February 20, 2018, but if you're the type of person that just can't wait, Paramount Pictures plans on releasing the Digital version of the sequel on February 6, 2018!

For more on what extra features are included, see below:

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2017's Worst Movies According to Rotten Tomatoes

It's been one heck of a year for the box office and though there were many bright spots, 2017 just wasn't able to pull it together and it's quite possibly because of a handful of titles on this list of the worst movies of the year according to Rotten Tomatoes. It's important to note that these are all according to the metrics over at Rotten Tomatoes and not a personal attack on movies that took a lot of work and money to get made. Some people will agree with the list and some will not, but it's safe to say that everybody thought that the Emoji Movie was going to be a lot higher on this list.

Number 20 on the list goes to Ghost in the Shell, which is holding strong as the best of the worst movies of 2017 with a 46% rating over at Rotten Tomatoes. The movie was pretty much
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Mark Wahlberg Goes Shirtless for His Family Holiday Card: Pic!

Mark Wahlberg Goes Shirtless for His Family Holiday Card: Pic!
There's certainly no mistaking Mark Wahlberg for jolly old Saint Nick!

On Tuesday, the 46-year-old actor tweeted out his family Christmas card, which featured him shirtless by the pool.

Wahlberg casually posed in a colorful swim trunks for the pic, alongside his wife, Rhea Durham, and their four children, Ella Rae, 14, Michael, 11, Brendan, 9, and Grace, 7.

The card also features a message of "hope, faith and love."

"Thankful for God's many blessings," reads the note. "Best wishes, the Wahlberg family."

The Wahlberg family Christmas card.
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The Best, Worst and Weirdest Movie Moments of 2017

The Best, Worst and Weirdest Movie Moments of 2017
It's a stroke of impossibly perfect timing or, y'know, it only makes sense that one of the most unpredictable years in history has produced a truly unpredictable year at the movies. Sure, we saw the expected, inevitable reboots and remakes and sequels and threqueels, and then the superhero franchise reboots and remakes and sequels and threequels (Spider-Man: Homecoming! Justice League), but this wild year is also one that started with La La Land winning an Oscar then not winning the Oscar because, actually, Moonlight won the Oscar and ended with approximately half the men in Hollywood being fired.

In between, 2017 offered up so many wonderful movies that the impending awards season is shaping up to be -- you guessed it -- truly unpredictable. There were other movies that were definitely...choices. (The Accountant? Fifty Shades Darker? The Emoji Movie?) Below, we look back at some of the best, worst and weirdest moments of the year that was.[p
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'All the Money in the World' Cast & Director Discuss Whirlwind Process of Replacing Kevin Spacey (Exclusive)

'All the Money in the World' Cast & Director Discuss Whirlwind Process of Replacing Kevin Spacey (Exclusive)
In the wake of the allegations of sexual misconduct against Kevin Spacey, Ridley Scott had to quickly reshoot and re-edit Spacey's role as J. Paul Getty in All The Money in the World -- with Christopher Plummer taking over the part. 

Scott, Plummer, and some of the cast, including Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams, sat down with Et's Kevin Frazier at the film's junket on Sunday to reveal how they pulled off the whirlwind switch, and why Scott was immediately on board with the idea.

The Alien: Convenant director said he recognized a shift in the Hollywood landscape as soon as the Harvey Weinstein allegations came out, and decided when accusations against Spacey were revealed, he had to move fast.

"I knew as soon as they hit Kevin it was going to blow wide open and I contacted my partners and said, 'We should recast this right now. We shoot right now, we'll be out the
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The Last Jedi Takes $220M at the Box Office Opening Weekend

The Last Jedi Takes $220M at the Box Office Opening Weekend
Coming into opening weekend, Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi was expected to put up the biggest opening weekend of the year, and it did just that, exceeding expectations along the way. Box office analysts had put the Star Wars: The Last Jedi opening weekend at just north of $200 million, but the estimates today reveal that it earned an impressive $220 million, more than enough to become the biggest opening weekend of the year, besting the $174.7 million debut put up by another Disney movie, Beauty and the Beast. Still, it fell just short of the domestic opening weekend set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015.

The $220 million opening weekend is still much higher than projections, with many box office analysts predicting a $200 million domestic debut, and $425 million worldwide. The movie ended up exceeding both those projections, with $220 million domestic and an additional $230 million in foreign markets for a worldwide total of $450 million,
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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Sets Sights on Becoming the Latest $200M+ Opener

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Sets Sights on Becoming the Latest $200M+ Opener
After a strong performance last month, the December box office is currently pacing ahead of 2016 by 3% while the overall year is still pacing just a bit behind 2016, currently by 4.2%. However, now comes what will surely be the highest grossing domestic release of the year, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The latest film in the Star Wars franchise is looking to become only the fourth domestic release to ever open over $200 million, sure to assist in closing the year-to-year gap even further. Meanwhile, Fox has chosen to once again offer some counter-programming with the animated release Ferdinand. Two years ago they tried a similar tactic when they debuted the fourth installment of the Alvin and the Chipmunks franchise against Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Much like 2015, we're anticipating similar results. When forecasting the opening weekend for Star Wars: The Force Awakens back in 2015 it was a rather monumental task as no
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Mark Wahlberg Is 2017's Most Overpaid Movie Star

Mark Wahlberg Is 2017's Most Overpaid Movie Star
It hasn't been the best year for Mark Wahlberg, with his two 2017 movies Transformers: The Last Knight and Daddy's Home 2 both coming in well under expectations, and thanks to his 2016 bombs, he has been named the most overpaid actor of 2017. This comes just a few months after Mark Wahlberg was named the highest-paid actor of 2017, earning a massive $68 million from a variety of sources including salaries from both aforementioned movies, along with his reality series Wahlburgers and his deal as a spokesperson for At&T. It seems that the actor could be set up to "win" this title two years in a row, since this report doesn't even include Transformers: The Last Knight or Daddy's Home 2 in its methodology.

The report from Forbes reveals that to determine the "most overpaid actor," they looked at the last three films each actor starred in, prior to June 1, 2017, excluding "animated films,
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Disney Led the Charge in November as 2017 Looks to Close Strong

Disney Led the Charge in November as 2017 Looks to Close Strong
The year saw a lift from November box office grosses as this past month was only the third time ever November receipts totaled more than $1 billion, led by Disney and Marvel's release of Thor: Ragnarok, which delivered nearly 28% of the month's total. Heading into the November, 2017 was trailing 2016 by 5.3%, but coming out of it this year was 4.4% behind 2016 thanks to what was the third largest November ever and a 5.1% improvement over November last year. Disney led the month — after not having released a film since Cars 3 in mid-June — with two new wide releases in Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok and Pixar's Coco, both of which have been overwhelmingly successful. Ragnarok was the month's highest grossing title with $281.7 million and Coco delivered the fourth largest three- and five-day Thanksgiving weekend opening ever and generated over $82 million in its first nine days in release. Coco's total has since climbed over $135 million domestically and over $400 million globally,
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Last Jedi Is Set to Break Records and Demolish the Box Office

Last Jedi Is Set to Break Records and Demolish the Box Office
For many fans, the entire year has been leading up to this very weekend, with Disney and LucasFilm's highly-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theaters. The movie is shaping up to pass the current records this year for opening weekend ($174.7 million), domestic gross ($504 million) and worldwide gross ($1.26 billion), which are all currently held by another Disney hit, Beauty and the Beast. Last month, The Last Jedi box office projections put the movie at just over $200 million for its opening weekend, and now with the hype even bigger than before, we're putting The Last Jedi at $220.7 million.

While the $220.7 million mark is still more than enough to claim the top box office opening of 2017, it still falls $20.2 million short of the all-time record, $247.9 million set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While the full review embargo has yet to break, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere reactions have been exceedingly positive,
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Coco Wins for 3rd Weekend in a Row with $18.3M

Coco Wins for 3rd Weekend in a Row with $18.3M
With just one new movie arriving in theaters this weekend, Broad Green Pictures' Just Getting Started, it was largely expected that two-time winner Coco would bring home the three-peat this weekend, and that's exactly what happened, with Coco easily taking the box office crown once again with $18.3 million, dropping just 33.5% in its third frame in theaters. While there is no conceivable way that the movie will repeat for a fourth weekend, with Disney's Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theaters, but it's still been an impressive box office run thus far for Coco.

As of now Coco, which explores the Land of the Dead, has taken in $135.5 million thus far at the domestic box office, and with an additional $254 million from international markets, it has brought the global total up to $389.5 million. No budget figures were given for Coco, but it's a surefire hit with critics, earning an impressive 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Lethal Weapon 5 Is Almost Ready to Go, Everyone Wants to Return

Lethal Weapon 5 Is Almost Ready to Go, Everyone Wants to Return
Richard Donner has revealed that Lethal Weapon 5 is an active project and that it's "inches away" from getting the green light. There have been rumors of the 5th installment in the franchise for years, but it appears as if it's really going to happen this time around. Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are both on board and ready to get to work on a story that has already been written by Donner and Channing Gibson, who also wrote the 4th Lethal Weapon movie. Get ready to hear a very old Danny Glover say that he's literally too old for this...

Richard Donner was recently on the Spocklight Star Trek podcast, and the conversation got to talking about the Lethal Weapon franchise, around the 41 minute mark, to the possibility of a Lethal Weapon 5. Which is when Donner revealed some pretty exciting news. The director had this to say.

"It's a story
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'Daddy's Home 2' Kid Actress Pockets $7k for One Scene

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"Daddy's Home 2" actress Yamilah Saravong isn't bringing home the kinda dough Will Ferrell, Mel Gibson and Mark Wahlberg do, but the 11-year-old ain't doing bad ... on her hourly rate. We got a hold of Yamilah's minor contract for the film. She only appears in one scene but she's mentioned throughout the film because Wahlberg's kid in the flick has a crush on her. She got about $3,500 a week for the role and reportedly worked about 2 weeks -- plus,
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2018 Oscars Trailer Pokes Fun at 2017 Best Picture Winner Mistake

2018 Oscars Trailer Pokes Fun at 2017 Best Picture Winner Mistake
Award season is well underway, and the Oscars want to remind you that they "do it better" than anybody else—at least that's the theme of the Academy's newly released trailer. The minute-long clip shows a highlight reel of 2017's films. From comedies like Daddy's Home 2 and Girls Trip to action-packed films like Wonder Woman and Transformers: The Last Knight, the trailer showcases several genres. The trailer also featured several memorable moments from last year's award show, including Justin Timberlake's opening performance, Viola Davis' emotional acceptance speech for her Best Supporting Actress win and—of course—that Best Picture gaffe when La La Land was...
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Coco Gets Second Box Office Win This Weekend with $26.2M

Coco Gets Second Box Office Win This Weekend with $26.2M
The first weekend in December is often a crap-shoot at the box office, with little to no competition being brought out for the movies released over the lucrative Thanksgiving holiday weekend. This was the case this year, with no new releases arriving in wide release, which allowed last weekend's winner, Disney Pixar's Coco, to remain atop the box office for the second weekend in a row. The animated adventure took in an estimated $26.1 million in its second frame in theaters this weekend.

Coco dropped just 46.8% in its second weekend, remaining in 3,987 theaters and pulling in a $6,550 per-screen average, bringing its domestic total to $108.6 million. The movie has pulled in an additional $171.3 million, including a Mexican box office record of $54.4 million, becoming the biggest Mexican movie of all time, beating the record held by The Avengers from 2012. While it remains to be seen how big this movie will become at the domestic box office,
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'Coco' Strums Up Second Weekend at #1 While Limited Releases Make a Splash

'Coco' Strums Up Second Weekend at #1 While Limited Releases Make a Splash
Disney and Pixar's Coco led the post-Thanksgiving frame in what was a repeat of last weekend's top five thanks in large part to no new wide releases this weekend. That doesn't mean there isn't anything to discuss as A24 enjoyed a great weekend with Lady Bird continuing its strong play and the studio's much-talked about feature The Disaster Artist finished just outside the top ten in its limited bow from just 19 locations. Additionally, Fox Searchlight's The Shape of Water was the weekend's per theater champ after opening in just two locations. At the top, Coco added an estimated $26.1 million this weekend bringing the film's cume to $108.7 million after 12 days in release. The result is no surprise and the 48.6% second weekend drop is smaller than both of the comps we've been using throughout its release as Moana dropped 50% in its sophomore frame and Tangled dropped 56%. Both films finished their domestic runs over $200 million,
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'Coco' To Lead Post-Thanksgiving Weekend as Limited Releases Take the Stage

'Coco' To Lead Post-Thanksgiving Weekend as Limited Releases Take the Stage
Following a strong opening last weekend, Disney and Pixar's Coco is looking at a second weekend atop the box office. In fact, with no new wide releases hitting the marketplace this weekend's top ten is looking a lot like last weekend's as the top five seems unlikely to change while a few expanding titles jockey for position in bottom five. There are, however, some choice limited releases beginning their roll-out this weekend including A24's much anticipated The Disaster Artist and Guillermo del Toro's Venice Film Festival winner The Shape of Water along with the 20th anniversary re-release of one of the highest grossing movies of all-time. Looking at Coco's second weekend the two comparisons we're eying are Tangled's 56% second weekend drop and Moana's 50% sophomore dip. Considering Coco has been performing along the same lines as Moana throughout the week so far we're anticipating an even smaller drop than both films,
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Is Pixar's Coco the Box Office Savior Hollywood Has Been Hoping For?

Is Pixar's Coco the Box Office Savior Hollywood Has Been Hoping For?
The first weekend in December is often one that falls through the cracks, and last weekend's winner, Disney Pixar's Coco, looks to take full advantage of that. This frame is often forgotten, since it falls between the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and either the prestige Oscar candidates or the final big-budget blockbusters that arrive over the holiday season, and this year is no different, with no movies opening in wide release, although there are a slew of movies arriving in limited release, such as Parade Deck Films' Another WolfCop, Epic Pictures' Badsville, Well Go USA's Brotherhood of Blades 2, Hannover House's Daisy Winters, A24 Films' The Disaster Artist, Cinedigm Entertainment's Gangster Land, Zorya Films' Inoperable, the independent Kepler's Dream, Fox Searchlight's The Shape of Water, Vertical Entertainment's Slumber, Well Go USA's The Swindlers, IFC's Tribes of Palos Verdes and Amazon Studios' Wonder Wheel. With no wide release contenders, Coco
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