Chris Pang, Sonoya Mizuno, Jimmy O. Yang, and Henry Golding in Crazy Rich Asians (Warner Bros. 2018)

Box Office: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Debuts at #1

Glitz has won out over guns at the North American box office this weekend as the gilded romance “Crazy Rich Asians” took No. 1 over Mark Wahlberg’s action-packed “Mile 22.”

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11 Times Celebrities Shocked America with Common Sense

Sometimes — not often — a Famous Person will somehow escape the usually impenetrable bubble of utter obliviousness that encircles Hollywood to speak pure common sense. These comments are so infrequent — and so pleasantly surprising — that they go viral among Americans still hopeful that there remains a shred of competence among those working in the entertainment business.

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7 Celebrities Who Believe It’s Not Their Job to Talk Politics

From Meryl Streep’s anti-Trump speech at the Golden Globes to the numerous star-studded pro-Hillary Clinton public service announcements during the campaign, celebrities have kicked up their political advocacy considerably in the last few years — but not all believe it’s their job to do so.

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Mark Wahlberg: ‘Catholic Faith Is the Anchor That Supports Everything I Do’

“I want you to know my support for your work to foster vocations to the priesthood, because I want my children and future generations to have good priests in their lives, just like I had,” Mark Wahlberg says in the video, posted on Facebook by the vocations office of the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island.

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Mark Wahlberg Uses Pope-Hosting Gig to Plug ‘Ted 2’ Movie

Pope Francis’ U.S. visit got a shot of star power as actor Mark Wahlberg, Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, and legendary tenor Andrea Bocelli welcomed the pontiff at an outdoor rally and concert in Philadelphia on Saturday.