As you can see below, the song hasn’t changed and they have the standard red curtain. The only real difference of course is the addition of Kutcher.
The show officially comes back on September 19. Do you think Ashton will be able to fill Charlie’s shoes?
Britney Spears debuted her Femme Fatale tour in Sacramento, CA last night, reports Perez Hilton.
Dressed in a glittery bikini, Spears opened the show with her hit ‘Hold It Against Me’ and bonus track ‘Up N’ Down.’
Spears also reportedly sang one of her classic ballads, ‘Don’t Let Me Be The Last To Know,’ live for the first time in 9 years.
She also sang her smash ‘Till The World Ends,’ where she flies over the audience with a pair of over-the-top glitzy wings. Who else would do this?
My opinion, after watching the videos, is that she’s definitely regained a little bit of spark that she’s been missing. Although she lip-synched and her dancing is not in tip-top shape, and it probably never will be, Spears looks like she is genuinely enjoying herself and is definitely more into it. The girl can still seduce an entire audience – she looks great!
Check out some videos after the jump!
“Super 8″ had a big opening weekend, earning a total of $37 million dollars, reports CTV.
The action flick, directed by J.J. Abrams and produced by Steven Spielberg, started with $1 million in sneak-peek screenings Thursday, then earning a total of $38 million domestically.
“The movie was never conceived to be a blockbuster, tent-pole film opening to $60 or $70 million,” said Don Harris, head of distribution for Paramount.
The film bumped the previous No. 1 movie, “X-Men: First Class,” to second-place, earning $25 million over the weekend. The “X-Men” prequel raised a total to $98.9 million domestically. “The Hangover Part II” still came in strong with $18.5 million, making it the year’s top-grossing domestic release at $216.6 million.
Here’s a list of the top 5 weekend openings:
1. “Super 8,” $37 million ($6.7 million international).
2. “X-Men: First Class,” $25 million.
3. “The Hangover Part II,” $18.5 million ($38.3 million international).
4. “Kung Fu Panda 2,” $16.6 million ($56.5 million international).
5. “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” $10.8 million ($41.1 million international).
The new ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,’ which stars Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz, opened big abroad this weekend.
The pirate-action flick will open in 4,155 North American theaters on Friday, already having debuted in 70 countries. Right now, the flick is scoring huge in the first 10 countries it opened in, posting $18.5M. This tops the $12.3M that ‘Pirates 3′ made.
So far, ‘Pirates 4′ has the biggest opening day ever in Russia with an industry record-breaker of RBL130M/$5M, beating the previous high set by ‘Twilight’ (RBL122M). France took in €2.1M/$3.1M, while very strong starts occurred in the UK, Italy, and Sweden.
Disney is looking for a big global first weekend, with 65% of the foreign markets opening before the U.S and Canada opens Friday. In total, ‘Pirates 4′ is debuting in more than 70 countries for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
People are crazy about ‘Pirates,’ and more specifically, about Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow. I personally stopped watching after the second one, but this one sounds like it may be worth checking out. It’ll definitely perform well here, it’s a huge action blockbuster.
According to Enrique Iglesias, he is too good to be Britney Spears’ opening act, reports TMZ.
Reports surfaced yesterday that Iglesias dropped out of Britney’s tour, only hours of it officially being announced. According to people connected to the story, negotiations were taking place for weeks which would make Enrique a co-headliner. However Enrique came to the conclusion yesterday that he is basically Britney’s opening act, and his ego couldn’t handle that.
One source says the deal was actually very favorable to Enrique … “great terms and great placement.” However he still would take the stage before Britney, and Enrique wasn’t feeling that.
In our opinion, this is going to be one of the biggest tours of the year. Enrique is nuts to give up this chance, even if he is the opening act.
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” the sixth installment in the “Potter” franchise, grossed an estimated $58.3 million as reported by box-office tracking firm Exhibitor Relations.
The sixth “Harry Potter” film has seen the biggest-ever opening day thus far for the series. The movie, based on J.K. Rowling’s hit book of the same title, grossed Hollywood’s fourth-highest single-day score, trailing behind “The Dark Knight,” this summer’s blockbuster hit “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Spider-Man 3.”