New this week: 'Me Time,' DJ Khaled and Sylvester Stallone
This week’s new entertainment releases include fresh music from DJ Khaled and his celebrity pals, an HBO documentary about the unending toll Hurricane Katrina had on New Orleans' children and a film starring Sylvester Stallone as an aged superhero.
'Death on the Nile' tops a quiet box office weekend
Hollywood’s Super Bowl weekend largely fizzled with the muted debut of Kenneth Branagh’s long-delayed Agatha Christie whodunit, “Death on the Nile,” a tepid reception for the Jennifer Lopez romantic-comedy “Marry Me” and modest box-office bumps for Oscar nominees.
In 'Boys State,' American politics in a teenage microcosm
Boys State may sound like a mere mock government exercise, but the film finds in Boys State a microcosm of American politics, one that frighteningly reflects much of the tenor of todays Washington and, in other ways, counters our more cynical grown-up government with stirring idealism. Boys State will give you both hope and fear for Americas future. Moss and McBaine were unaware of Boys State before reading a 2017 Washington Post article about a first in the programs history: Texas voted to succeed. Paul Barker, then Chairman of the American Legion Texas Boys State, was impressed by McBaine and Moss previous film ( "The Overnighters ) and figured a documentary could expand the program. The Texas Boys State, like the national political system, is a skewed representation.
Why Mark Wahlberg doesn't do intermittent fasting and what he eats every day: 'I'm old school'
Intermittent fasting which typically entails eating only during a set window of six to eight hours each day may be trendy among big names like Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Jennifer Aniston and former NFL star Rob Gronkowski, but actor and health enthusiast Mark Wahlberg isn't buying into the fad. "For me, I've dealt with the ketone fad and intermittent fasting and all that stuff, but I'm old school," Wahlberg, 48, told CNBC Make It in July. Wahlberg says his physiotherapist and one of his coworkers tried to get him into intermittent fasting but he didn't budge. "Listen, I don't care what Dr. Oz says, I gotta have my breakfast before I work out, that's my preference," Wahlberg told TMZ on the following day on Jan. 11. "You gotta have food; food is your friend," Wahlberg said on Jan. 14.cnbc.com
'Ballers' canceled, star Dwayne Johnson pays tribute
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - Although HBO announced Thursday that it was ending its slick sports comedy "Ballers" with the upcoming fifth season, star Dwayne Johnson has suggested to fans that this is a positive move. Johnson also discussed what it meant to work with people like creator Stephen Levinson and executive producer Mark Wahlberg, whom he knew from their work on the similarly styled HBO series "Entourage." "Ballers" debuts its fifth and final season on Sunday on HBO. (CNN and HBO share parent company WarnerMedia.) The-CNN-Wire & 2019 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company.
The money advice Mark Wahlberg would give his younger self
Before he was a movie star, a teenage Mark Wahlberg was known as pop idol Marky Mark, of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, whose 1991 album was a huge success. While Wahlberg has a lot to talk about, he says the question he asked the most is about the money advice he would give his younger self. The problem is [young Mark] would never listen, and he thought he had it all figured out," Wahlberg tells CNBC Make It. "I would have studied business," Wahlberg says. One thing Wahlberg says he would not change is investing only in things that are a direct extension of who he is.cnbc.com
New details released about Tracy Morgan car accident
New details released about Tracy Morgan car accident Investigators released a new report on the accident that sent comedian Tracy Morgan to the hospital. Plus, Mark Wahlberg hits the red carpet in Hong Kong for the premiere of "Transformers: Age of Extinction." Suzanne Marques has that and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.cbsnews.com