THIS SHOW IS CRAZY.. FONSECA REVIEWS MOVIES AND WE FOLLOW THE STARS IN HOLLYWOOD…
”Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2” Movie Review
Survey: “Was the sequel better than the first movie? What did you like or dislike about the movie and/or characters? Would you recommend the film to your friends?”
– 158,000 people attended the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. Always Dreaming won the race
– Screen Rant claims Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 could hit theaters on May 1, 2020
– Teen Vogue claims Waffles and Syrup Oreo cookies have hit store shelves.
– Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and french toast have been recalled because of Llisteria concerns.
– USA Today claims Conor McGregor and his girlfriend Dee are the proud parents of a new baby boy named Connor Jr. He weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces
– Radar Online claims Lorenzo Lamas owes the IRS $62,000 in federal taxes. He was hit with a recent lien and has been married five times.
– The NY Post claims Major League Baseball umpire Mike Muchlinski recently took a fastball to the groin while umping the A’s-Twins game. He went down for a second, but then stayed in the game
Hooray for Hollywood: Here are this past weekend’s box office results.
1. “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” $145 million (Guardians made $428 million worldwide)
2. “The Fate of the Furious,” $8.5 million
3. “The Boss Baby,” $6.2 million
4. “How to Be a Latin Lover,” $5.3 million
5. “Beauty and the Beast,” $4.9 million
6. “The Circle,” $4 million.
7. “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion,” $3.2 million
8. “Gifted,” $2.1 million.
9 “Going in Style,” $1.9 million
10. “Smurfs: The Lost Village,” $1.8 million
2017 MTV Movie And TV Awards
List of winners:
Best Actor in a Movie: Emma Watson, “Beauty and the Beast”
Best Actor in a Show: Millie Bobby Brown, “Stranger Things”
Best Duo: Hugh Jackman and Dafne Keen, “Logan”
Best Kiss: Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome, “Moonlight”
Best Fight Against The System: Taraji P. Henson, “Hidden Figures”
Generation Award: “Fast and Furious” franchise
Next Generation Award: Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”)
Tear-Jerker Award: “This Is Us”
Best Host: Trevor Noah, “The Daily Show”
Movie of the Year: “Beauty and the Beast”
Show of the Year: “Stranger Things”
WARM AND FUZZY
McDonald’s Throws BDay Party For 90 Year-Old: A Columbia, South Carolina McDonald’s recently held a birthday party for 90 year-old Alton Banks. The World War II vet has been coming to the same McDonald’s for 50 years. McDonald’s gave Banks a birthday cake, a customized McDonald’s jacket and a signed photo book from staffers.
Donald Trump Survey
A new survey by Gallup reveals that 33% of people would be willing to give up their smartphone for a year if it meant Donald Trump would only serve one term as President. Other findings
– 37% of people would give up smoking for a year if it meant Donald Trump would only serve one term as President.
– 33% of people would give up lovemaking for a year if it meant Donald Trump would only serve one term as President
– 40% of people would give up chocolate, coffee and alcohol for a year if it meant Donald Trump would only serve one term as President
– 11% of people would give up TV for a year in order to ensure a second Presidential term for Donald Trump
– 13% of people would give up lovemaking for a year in order to ensure a second term for Donald Trump
– 26% of people would give up smoking and beer for a year in order to ensure a second term for Donald Trump
– 17% of people would give up vacations, chocolate and smartphones for a year to ensure a second term for Donald Trump
Talking Out Loud
A new study by Bangor University reveals that talking to yourself out loud boosts brain power and indicates higher intelligence.
Dr. Palmona Betha tells the Daily Mirror; “Our results demonstrated that, even if we talk to ourselves to gain control during challenging tasks, performance substantially improves when we do it out loud. Talking out loud, when the mind is not wandering, could actually be a sign of high cognitive functioning. The stereotype of the mad scientist talking to themselves, lost in their own inner world, might reflect the reality of a genius who uses all the means at their disposal to increase their brain power. This can probably help explain why so many sports professionals, such as tennis players, frequently talk to themselves during competitions, often at crucial points in a game, saying things like, ‘come on!’ to help them stay focused.”
Online Dating Survey
A new survey by the NY Times and Morar Consulting reveals that 9% of Tinder users find it difficult to commit to a relationship because of how many options there are. Other findings;
– 42% of offline daters find it difficult to commit to a relationship because of how many options there are.
– 35% of online daters say ‘I love you’ within the first 3 months of being in a relationship.
– 30% of offline daters say ‘I love you’ within the first 3 months of being in a relationship
– 71% of online daters say opposing political views is a deal-breaker
– 66% of offline daters say opposing political views is a dating deal-breaker
– 63% of Tinder members go on one to two dates per week
– 52% of offline daters go on one to two dates per week
A new survey by Voucher Codes reveals that the average woman will spend $38,000 over the course of her life on purchases her partner knows nothing about. Other findings:
– 75% of women find shopping therapeutic
– women say fresh flowers and new jeans are the most feel good items they splurge on.
– 52% of women prefer shopping alone
– 20% of women are more likely to splurge if they have had a bad week.
… how many of the following the average woman purchases over the course of her life …
Bunches of fresh flowers 245
Scented candles 220
Man’s Best Friend
A new survey by Lily’s Kitchen reveals that 75% of people celebrate their dog’s birthday. Other findings:
– 58% of people sing Happy Birthday to their dog
– 50% of people gift their dog with a birthday meal
– 14% of people say their dog is like their child
– 51% of people throw a birthday party for their dog
I work in an office that is competitive and catty. Two weeks ago, my beloved fiance proposed to me. My ring is below average in size compared to the rings worn by other women in the office. On Saturday, I told my fiance I accidentally lost my engagement ring. The truth is, I didn’t lose it. I hid it because I know it is insured for more than what it is worth. Now, we can use the insurance money to buy a larger ring. This will allow me to be on the same level as some of the other women in my office. I feel guilty. Am I a horrlble person? Would you do the same thing if you were working in a competitive environment like me?