SHORT CUTS: "Legend" Rules Overseas

SHORT CUTS: "Legend" Rules Overseas

Published January 3, 2008

Posted Jan. 3, 2008 -- The foreign box office is still smitten with Will Smith's latest film "I Am Legend," which is on top for a second straight weekend, grossing $46.1 million from 25 markets, according to studio estimates issued Sunday. The sci-fi thriller opened at No. 1 in the U.K. with about $21.8 million, and has earned $117 million internationally. It is expected to pass the $200 million mark in North America this week.

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Wyclef Bash Busts at the Seams

Entertainer Wyclef Jean may have gone too far when, live on MTV, he invited "everybody" to his Saddle River, NJ, home for a New Year's bash. According to the NY Post, after the singer performed on the telecast, he arrived home around 1 a.m. to find more than 500 people partying at his mansion. "There were hundreds and hundreds of cars parked all over," said one partygoer. "They had tents set up outside, but people were wandering around in his house, in the movie theater, in the kitchen." Wyclef had a poker table set up along with a Haitian food spread. "The cops came around 3 a.m. to break it up, it got so crazy," said a NY Post spy.


Written by BET-Staff


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