Top-grossing movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters, with total grosses, for the weekend of Oct. 8, as
Top-grossing movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters, with total grosses, for the weekend of Oct. 8, as reported by boxofficemojo.com (previous week’s ranking in parentheses):
v(1)“The Social Network”: $15,451,991; $46,021,161
v(NA)“Life as We Know It”: $14,506,464; $14,506,464
v(NA)“Secretariat”: $12,694,770; $12,694,770
v(2)“Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”: $6,888,019; $39,273,984
v(NA)“My Soul to Take”: $6,842,220; $6,842,220
“No Ordinary Family” (8 p.m., ABC): On “No Ordinary Family,” someone steals Stephanie’s (Julie Benz) wedding ring. Big mistake. The thief obviously isn’t aware of the awesome powers she and her brood possess.
“BET Hip Hop Awards” (8 p.m., BET): Comedian Mike Epps hosts the fifth annual “BET Hip Hop Awards” from Atlanta. The members of Salt-n-Pepa are scheduled to receive a special honor for career achievement.
TV Listings, B6
The following movies are scheduled to be available today on DVD and from digital providers:
“How to Train Your Dragon” (PG): A Viking teenager questions his people’s hatred of dragons in this animated film.
“Leaves of Grass” (R): Identical twins concoct an elaborate scheme. Stars Edward Norton and Tim Blake Nelson.
WYSU mounts annual fund drive
WYSU 88.5 FM, Youngstown State University’s public radio service, will have its annual fall fund drive Friday through Oct. 22, with a goal of $110,000.
Everyone who pledges support to WYSU (either as a new member, a renewing member, or with an additional gift) between now and the end of the drive will be entered into a drawing to win a pair of tickets on the Go Ahead Tours 15-day Grand Tour of Italy excursion.
The station will also offer daily prize packages, a new member prize basket, and a Pennsylvania member prize package.
All include an HD Radio.
Contributions to the station’s Fall Fund Drive can be made by phone at 330-941-1481, or through a secure online server at www.wysu.org.
As a result from a grant from the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, every pledge made this fall will result in Second Harvest Food Bank distributing $30 worth of food to needy families.
‘Trailer Park Musical’ to open
New Castle, Pa.
“The Great American Trailer Park Musical” will open Friday at New Castle Playhouse, 212 E. Long Ave.
Directed by Paula R. Ferguson, the musical will run for nine performances over three consecutive weekends.
Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.
For reservations, call 724-654-3437. All ticket prices are $12.
“Trailer Park” is a comic fable about women in a Florida trailer park and their men.