1-THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE - $74.5M ($297M AFTER ONLY 2 WEEKS DOMESTICALLY)
2-FROZEN - $66.7M
3-THOR: THE DARK WORLD - $15.4M
4-THE BEST MAN HOLIDAY - $8.4M
5-HOMEFRONT - $6.9M
6-DELIVERY MAN - $6.9M
7-THE BOOK THIEF - $4.8M
8-BLACK NATIVITY - $3.8M
9-PHILOMENA - $3.7M
10-12 YEARS A SLAVE - $3M
There's still time to vote for your favorite Nominee for The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame of 2014. The top 4 are Kiss, Nirvana, Deep Purple and Yes. 5 will make up a fans ballot. (it helps a little but a fan ballot only makes up one of 600, but my thought process is that if the commitee members see how the fans voted, it could influence their hand as well...like a lobbyist)
Link to RollingStone.com right here:
We hear Mick Jagger is about to become a great grandfather. Which means his young 42 year old daughter is gonna be a grandmother. I guess Mick did it right. Making it to great grandfather with a relatively young grandmother daughter gives him a chance to play with the great grandkids. He's pretty healthy (he has to be to keep his energy level where it is to "Move like Jagger!" He'll be around a long, long time.
This is the guy who said in the 70's when he was 33 that he'd rather be dead at 45 than be playing "Satisfaction!" If he had died then he wouldn't have seen his daughter grow up and have kids and grandkids.
A two-part documentary celebrating the history of the blues will be broadcast on BBC TV later this month. ‘Blues America’ features interviews with some of the biggest blues players still performing.
Episode one, premiering on November 29th, is entitled ‘Woke Up This Morning’ and contains contributions from Keith Richards, Taj Mahal and many others.
‘Blues America’ is part of a wider series of blues-themed programs, including documentaries and live performances.