‘Avengers: Infinity War’ scores 2nd-best second weekend

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ scores 2nd-best second weekend


After breaking opening-weekend records, “Avengers: Infinity War” continued to dominate in its second weekend in theaters in what has historically been considered the “official” kick-off to the summer movie season.

The Walt Disney Co. said Sunday that “Avengers: Infinity War” will gross an estimated $112.5 million from North American theaters over the weekend, becoming the second-highest grossing film in weekend two behind “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”’ $149.2 million.

Completing the top five were: “Overboard,” $14.8 million, second place; “A Quiet Place,” $7.6 million, third place’ “I Feel Pretty,” $4.9 million, fourth place; and “Rampage,” $4.6 million, fifth place.

Stormy Daniels to Baldwin’s Trump: ‘Storm’s a coming, baby’


Stormy Daniels made a surprise appearance on “Saturday Night Live” to deliver a message to President Donald Trump: “A storm’s a coming, baby.”

The porn actress, who says she had a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006 and was paid $130,000 the month before he was elected to stay silent about it, delivered the warning to Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump in the show’s opening skit.

When the fake Trump asks Daniels what she would need to “for this all go away,” she replies: “A resignation.”

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is seeking to be released from the nondisclosure agreement. She has also filed defamation suits against Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who paid her the money.

Trump denies he and Daniels had an affair and has said he didn’t know about the settlement.

Shatner addresses graduates in RI


William Shatner has boldly gone where he has never gone before: the graduation ceremony at the New England Institute of Technology.

The 87-year-old actor best known for his portrayal of Capt. James T. Kirk on the original “Star Trek” TV series delivered the commencement address at the school in East Greenwich, R.I., on Sunday and received an honorary Doctor of Humane letters from the college.

The ceremony took place at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence.

Nearly 1,200 students received degrees. The school said many graduates are the first in their family to attend college.

Associated Press

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