‘Jungle Book’ Tops Foreign Box Office With $96 Million


The Jungle Book” dominated the global box office, racking up $96 million this weekend and pushing the Disney film’s worldwide haul to $528.5 million.

The live-action version of the Rudyard Kipling stories played particularly well in China, where it has earned $97 million, and in India, where it has become the highest-grossing Hollywood release with $28.8 million. India tends to be dominated by Bollywood releases, so it’s rare for Western films to do big business in the country.

Ariana Grande Shares Sultry New Tune ‘Let Me Love You’ Featuring Lil Wayne


The new song follows a day after the Dangerous Woman tracklist was revealed, which will also feature appearances by Nicki MinajFuture and Macy Gray.

“Let Me Love You” is a a slow sultry jam with whispering vocals from Grande about getting over an ex and laying on the chest of someone new. Lil Wayne responds to her verses with catchy word play raps; “she’s grinding on this Grande.”

Dangerous Woman will be out on May 20. Listen to “Let Me Love You” below.

Tori Kelly’s ‘Unbreakable Tour’ Set List Revealed!


Tori Kelly sings her heart out on stage during the second show of the Unbreakable Tour held at the Marquee Theatre on Wednesday (April 6) in Tempe, Ariz.

The 23-year-old Grammy-nominated singer kicked off the tour this past week and she will be traveling the country until the end of May promoting her album.

Tori is joined on the tour by the hot new band Thirdstory, a New York-based trio set to release their debut LP with Verve/Universal Music Group in the fall. They are testing out their material on the tour!


God’s Not Dead 2′ shows power of Christian audience


The sequel to the 2014 hit “God’s Not Dead” performed admirably over the weekend and gave faith-based studio Pure Flix another profitable project.

“God’s Not Dead 2” made $2.95 million on Friday and used that momentum to lead to a solid $8.1 million opening weekend. The film, which stars Melissa Joan Hart and Pat Boone, played in 2,419 theaters. The original movie, which starred Kevin Sorbo on a budget of $2 million, netted $9.2 million its opening weekend and went on to gross more than $60 million domestically.