Miley Cyrus’ kid sister, Noah Cyrus, is being sued over a car accident, which was caused by texting and driving. According to TMZ, the 16-year-old slammed into the rear of a man named EJ Hawkins’ car while on U.S. Route 101 in L.A., sending him to the hospital. Noah was reportedly texting behind the wheel prior to the accident happening.
Justin Timberlake came through in the clutch for Leonardo DiCaprio after the actor was no longer able to host Hillary Clinton’s fundraiser due to a scheduling conflict. According to People, a source said, “Leonardo DiCaprio was scheduled to host a fundraiser with Hillary Clinton on Tuesday at his home in L.A. Unfortunately, Leo is stuck in New York until Wednesday to finish his current project.”
TMZ has reported that Justin Bieber covered the bill for a group of grieving customers at a bar in Studio City, CA. Apparently, when Bieber noticed the customers crying at their table, he inquired with the bartender and discovered that one of the bar’s regular customers had died earlier that day after falling from his fire escape. Bieber paid the group’s bill, which came to a couple hundred dollars.
The weekend’s new releases did not draw enough audiences to overtake the top two spots at the weekend box office. Suicide Squad and Sausage Party held on to the top two spots while newcomers War Dogs, Kubo and the Two Strings and Ben-Hur rounded out the top five. Ben-Hur is being viewed as a huge flop for costing an estimated $100 million to make but scoring only $11 million in opening weekend.
Here are the TOP 5 movies from the box office:
1. Suicide Squad, $20.2M
2. Sausage Party, $15.7M
3. War Dogs, $14.8M
4. Kubo and the Two Strings, $12.1M
5. Ben-Hur, $11M
Joshua Jackson was seen embracing Diane Kruger while dropping her off at the airport on Friday. Photographers caught The Affair actor holding his ex-girlfriend by the waist and hugging her as she boarded a flight from LAX. They ended their decade-long relationship last month.
Tom Cruise is reportedly holding up production on the sixth Mission Impossible movie because he wants more money. The Hollywood Reporter claims that he is also demanding money on the back-end. Production is expected to star in January 2017.