Al Sharpton

Fox Searchlight’s Oscar hopeful Birth of a Nation fell short of expectations at the box office this weekend.

The scandal-plagued movie was expected to bring in at least $10 million in ticket sales. But ‘Nation’ earned only $350,000 on Friday and will finish the 3-day weekend just under $8 million.

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Nate Parker

Nate Parker‘s scandal-plagued movie The Birth of a Nation is expected to flop at the box office this weekend. The slavery movie opened nationwide in 2,100 theaters on Friday.

The movie was a shoe-in for an Academy Award, but the Oscar hopes will end in disaster for the film’s troubled star, writer and director.

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Leslie Jones

The all-female remake of Ghostbusters just barely beat box office estimates this weekend.

The comedy-action film — starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, opened with $45 million at 3,950 locations on Friday and Saturday to take the #2 spot.

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Nia Long and Terrence J

Former BET 106 & Park host-turned-actor Terrence Jenkins, 33, took his ‘Perfect Match‘ co-star Nia Long, 45, to the world famous Magic City strip club this weekend.

The Perfect Match, directed by former LaFace records exec Bille Woodruff, is currently in production in Atlanta.

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Bruce Jenner and Mya Taylor

Bruce Jenner is lobbying for a female impersonator to win a Best Supporting Actress Oscar.

On Jan. 4, the 66-year-old former Olympian, who now goes by the name Caitlyn Jenner, will host a private invitation-only screening for the straight-to-DVD movie Tangerine for Academy Award members.

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Ludacris and Eudoxie

Rap mogul Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges and his wife, Eudoxie “Fab” Bridges, attended the Atlanta screening for Will Smith‘s new movie Concussion at CinéBistro at Town Brookhaven’s fine dining theater.

The Power couple recently returned from an exotic vacation in the Maldives.
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