ICE MAN RECORDS SUMMER SLAM JAM
The show is on AUGUST/06/2017 address of venue 635 Campbell technology parkway,Campbell,Ca,95008 event start at 12pm and end at 7:00pm
War for the Planet of the Apes” rules box office
“War for the Planet of the Apes” is officially the box office champ.
Fox and Chernin Entertainment’s latest “Apes” movie is coming in on the low end of expectations with $56.5 million from 4,022 locations.
It was pegged at $60 million-$65 million earlier in the week, but is ending up about the same as 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” which kicked off the modern trilogy with $54.8 million during its opening weekend.
“Spider Man: Homecoming,” meanwhile, is landing in second with about $45.2 million. That’s a 61% drop from last weekend’s heroic opening.
The weekend’s other major release apart from “Apes” is the horror flick “Wish Upon” from Broad Green Pictures and Orion Pictures. The movie is entering the box office with a whisper, about $5.6 million from 2,250 locations.
Universal’s “Despicable Me 3” is showing in third place for the weekend, expecting to earn an additional $19 million from 4,155 locations. And Sony’s “Baby Driver” stays in the conversation with a strong 32% hold that should land it in fourth.
Sean Kingston to launch headphone line at Sumfest; buys home in JA
Jamaican Pop star Sean Kingston is set to launch his first headphone collection, on the final night of Reggae Sumfest.
This after recently signing an endorsement deal with Monster.
His collection will be called the Sean Kingston Monster Box and will carry the colours red, gold and green representing the Caribbean.
Meanwhile, having been travelling to Jamaica on a regular basis, the entertainer has also invested in a property in Norbrook, St. Andrew.
Sean Kingston who’s known for hits such as Take you there, Beautiful Girls and Fire Burning is now on home soil as he gears up for his debut performance at reggae Sumfest come Saturday July 22.
Other acts billed for Saturday night include Jah Cure, Stephen Marley, Christopher Martin, Queen Ifrica, Beenie Man among a host of others.