Weekend Watchers (10/28): Top 10 Movies – Week 8 NFL Scores – World Series Tonight – Love And Hp Hop NY Premiere

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This weekend the fight went down. Bernard Hopskins is still the Light heavyweight titleholder at the age of 48.

 

The Johnny Knoxville comedy Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa opened in first place at the weekend box office, dethroning Gravity, which fell to second place after three weeks at Number One. In this latest installment in the Jackass franchise, Knoxville is disguised as an 86-year-man traveling the country with his eight-year-old grandson, played by Jackson Nicoll, pulling pranks and stunts on unsuspecting people. Spike Jonze and Georgina Cates co-star.

Opening in fourth place was Ridley Scott-directed The Counselor, which stars Michael Fassbender as a lawyer who gets in over his head when he decides to dabble in the drug trade. Co-starring are Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz.

12 Years a Slave moved up into the Top Ten, finishing in eighth place, as it expanded to more screens. However, the critically-acclaimed drama is still playing in only 123 theaters.

 

THIS WEEKEND’S TOP TEN MOVIES — OCTOBER 25-27

  1. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, $32 million
  2. Gravity, $20.3 million
  3. Captain Phillips, $11.8 million
  4. The Counselor, $8 million
  5. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, $6.1 million
  6. Carrie, $5.9 million
  7. Escape Plan, $4.34 million
  8. 12 Years a Slave, $2.15 million
  9. Enough Said, $1.55 million
  10. Prisoners, $1.06 million

 

NFL SCORES — WEEK 8: Here are the results of this weekend’s National Football League Games (Home teams are listed in italics):

  • Detroit Lions 31, Dallas Cowboys 30 — Detroit’s Calvin Johnson finished with 329 receiving yards, setting a new record for the most in regulation. He was just seven yards shy of the overall record, set by Flipper Anderson in a 1989 overtime game.
  • Kansas City Chiefs 23, Cleveland Browns 17 – Chiefs remain undefeated, now at 8-0.
  • New England Patriots 27, Miami Dolphins 17
  • New Orleans Saints 35, Buffalo Bills 17
  • New York Giants 15, Philadelphia Eagles 7 – Poor Vick. The guy is hurt and still played.
  • San Francisco 49ers 42, Jacksonville Jaguars 10 – Game played at Wembley Stadium in London
  • Cincinnati Bengals 49, New York Jets 9
  • Oakland Raiders 21, Pittsburgh Steelers 18
  • Denver Broncos 45, Washington Redskins 21
  • Arizona Cardinals 27, Atlanta Falcons 13
  • Green Bay Packers 44, Minnesota Vikings 31

Tonight’s Monday Night Football game on ESPN:

  • Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams (8:30 p.m. ET)

 

Tonight!

 

FOX

  • 2013 World Series – Game 5. Boston Red Sox are in St. Louis playing the Cardinals. The 2 teams are tied 2-2.

 

VH1

  • Love And Hip Hop NY Premiere – Peter Gunz will be on the show along with his girl of 13 years and the mother of his 2 boys, Tara Wallace. Drama pops off when Peter starts dating another girl.  K. Michelle is on the season on course.  Yandy Smith and Mandeecees are back. Erica Mena and Rich Dollaz are back. Tahiry and Joe Budden are also back.  NY rapper Saigon is also on the show with his girl.

Weekend Watchers happens every Mondays at 9:50a and Fridays 9:50a with @MinaSayWhat on @power99philly.

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