#411: Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger Tie The Knot & More!

Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger Tie The Knot

  • After a whirlwind romance, Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger tied the knot in a private ceremony in front of 60 close family & friends in Montecito, CA over the weekend
  • The couple, who started dating last summer, was joined by the whole Schwarzenegger clan plus Chris’ ex-wife Anna Faris and 6 year old son Jack, and former Parks and Rec co-star Rob Lowe
  • It’s his second marriage and her first


Sophie Turner Blames Kit Harrington For The GOT Starbucks Cup Flub

  • Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner told Conan O'Brien that Kit Harington was to blame for the stray paper coffee cup that appeared in the series' final episode
  • “First, I blamed it on Emilia [Clarke] but I don’t think Emilia would do that. Kit is lazy and I think he would have done that. It was in front of Kit’s chair. And then obviously he moved so this picture was taken and it looked like it was in my seat but I wasn’t there either. It was Kit. It was 100% Kit.”

Weekend Movie Recap

1. "The Secret Life of Pets 2"— $47.1 million—opened at about 4,561 theaters across the US

2. "Dark Phoenix"— $33 million—opened at about 3,700 theaters across the US

3. "Aladdin"— $24.5 million

4. "Godzilla: King of the Monsters"— $15.5 million

5. "Rocketman"— $14 million

  • Dark Phoenix had the worst X-men opening ever, only pulling in $33 million over its debut weekend
  • It lost out to the animated sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2 which brought in $47 million
  • Disney’s live action adaptation of Aladdin was knocked down to 3rd place with $24.5 million


Walmart Launching In Home Grocery Delivery

  • Walmart is working on their latest service, delivering groceries straight to your refrigerator
  • The store already offers same day grocery pick-up or delivery, and this, they say, is their logical next step
  • “InHome” will begin a test launch in a few cities this fall & the plan is to roll it out nationwide by fall 2020
  • You can choose whether they enter your home through the front door or the garage; there will be a smart device that enables one-time access during the delivery window
  • In a (somewhat creepy) effort to make you feel secure about your home, the delivery employees will be equipped with a wearable camera, so you can watch the entire grocery drop-off from start to finish
  • Walmart promises the delivery people will be trained and vetted Walmart employees who've already worked at a local store for at least one year



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