Whether you’re running around bracing the crowds trying to get last minute gifts or hanging at home eating your favorite christmas dessert, take a few minutes to kick back and read this weeks top 5. I know I can speak for the whole Dust & Breath team by saying I hope you all have an amazing Christmas surrounded by those you love. Special shoutout to all of you who read these top 5’s, you have been a gift to me.
1. Oceans 8
Earlier this week the first trailer for the all female cast of Oceans 8 was released, and I am ready for its release in June. This heist film has an all star cast featuring Sandra Bullock, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and Sarah Paulson. Check out the trailer HERE.
2. Gaga Signs A Vegas Residency Deal
It looks like the MGM gave Lady Gaga 75 Million reasons to sign a deal for a two year Las Vegas Residency. Gaga has signed a two year contract bringing in an estimated 75 Million to perform at the new MGM Park Theater. The Park opened in 2016 and holds 5,300 people, this deal follows in those of Britney Spears + Mariah Carey bringing in a younger millennial crowd to these shows. Check out Gaga's tweet confirming the news HERE
3. Kobe's Jersey Retired
Monday night both of Bryant's famous jerseys, both numbers 8 and 24 were retired. His jerseys were raised up to the rafters of the Staples Center rafters, paying homage to one of the best.
4. Catt Sadler Leaves E!
After 12 years of dedication to E! Entertainment Catt Sadler host of Daily Pop and E! News announced out of the blue that Tuesday would be her last day with E!. Just a few hours later all of the speculation was put to rest when Sadler posted a statement to her blog regarding her exit. She stated that she learned early this year that her co host and good friend Jason Kennedy was making almost double her salary for the same job. After reviewing her contracts with execs and being denied she made the choice to leave. Read her well worded blog post HERE.
5. Star Wars Big At The Box Office
The Force is cleary strong with the Star Wars franchise regardless of all the mixed reviews i’ve seen plastered across my facebook. The Last Jedi ended its first week at the box office making 500 Million dollars worldwide, 262 coming just from North America. Regardless of any review this film is clearly doing something right, if you still haven’t it round up your crew and make it happen.
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Andrew is from Las Vegas, Nevada and is a junior at Vanguard University in Southern California studying Communications. Andrew loves people and Pop Culture. You can find him drinking an iced vanilla latte surrounded by friends.