The animated family movie Frozen was the top movie at the weekend box office in its second week of release, taking over from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which fell to second place after two weekends at Number One. Debuting in third place was the drama Out of the Furnace, which is about a steel mill worker who puts his life in danger to seek justice and find his veteran brother who goes missing after getting involved in a crime ring.
THIS WEEKEND’S TOP TEN MOVIES –DECEMBER 6-8
1. Frozen, $31.6 million
2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, $27 million
3. Out of the Furnace, $5.3 million
4. Thor: The Dark World, $4.7 million
5. Delivery Man, $3.8 million
6. Homefront, $3.4 million
7. The Book Thief, $2.7 million
8. The Best Man Holiday, $2.7 million
9. Philomena, $2.3 million
10. Dallas Buyers Club, $1.5 million
Fast And Furious Will Go On – The Director of Fast And The Furious spoke about the future of the franchise and they said they will be continuing (eventually) to film the movie. Nothing is known about Paul’s Character whether they will stage an accident in the movie or rewrite the whole movie.
Megan Good In ‘ANCHORMAN 2‘ – Megan Good has landed the role as Ron Burgundy’s love interest in Anchorman 2. She told Complex, “It was the strangest thing, because I was in New York and I was filming Deception. I heard that they were officially going into making Anchorman 2. I got the script and the sides and just said to myself, ‘OK, I’ll just send in my audition tape and see what happens.’ I got a call about a week later; they were like, ‘Do you think you can come to New York to do a chemistry read with Will?’ I got in, did the chemistry read, it went amazing. About a week later, they called me and say, ‘Hey, you got the part!’ And I just was blown away, and so appreciative. I started thanking God immediately.”
NFL SCORES — WEEK 14: Here are the results of this weekend’s National Football League games (Home teams are listed in italics):
- Cincinnati Bengals 42, Indianapolis Colts 28
- Green Bay Packers 22, Atlanta Falcons 21
- New England Patriots 27, Cleveland Browns 26
- New York Jets 37, Oakland Raiders 27
- Philadelphia Eagles 34, Detroit Lions 20
- Miami Dolphins 34, Pittsburgh Steelers 28
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27, Buffalo Bills 6
- Kansas City Chiefs 45, Washington Redskins 10
- Baltimore Ravens 29, Minnesota Vikings 26 – Five touchdowns were scored in the final 2:05 of the game, which had six different lead changes in the fourth quarter, the most fourth-quarter lead changes in a game in NFL history.
- Denver Broncos 51, Tennessee Titans 28 – Broncos kicker Matt Prater set a new NFL record with a 64-yard field goal at the end of the first half, breaking the previous record of 63 yards.
- Arizona Cardinals 30, St. Louis Rams 10
- San Diego Chargers 37, New York Giants 14
- San Francisco 49ers 19, Seattle Seahawks 17
- New Orleans Saints 31, Carolina Panthers 13
Tonight’s Monday Night Football game on ESPN:
- Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears (8:30 p.m. ET)