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‘Boss Baby’ Dethrones ‘Beauty And The Beast’ At The Box Office

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – ?Boss Baby? is enjoying the view from the top.

The animated comedy bottled up a leading $49 million from 3,773 locations, edging out Disney?s ?Beauty and the Beast,? a box office juggernaut that?s dominated the multiplexes since debuting three weeks ago. ?Beauty and the Beast? added another $ $48 million to its mammoth $395.5 million domestic haul. The weekend?s other new release, Paramount?s ?Ghost in the Shell? bombed, taking in a demoralizing $19 million.

Critics were cool toward ?Boss Baby,? which centers on a cuteness standoff between babies and puppies. Alec Baldwin, in vulpine ?Glengarry Glen Ross? mode, voices a power suit-wearing infant, leading a vocal cast that includes Tobey Maguire, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, and Lisa Kudrow. DreamWorks Animation produced the film for over $100 million, with Fox distributing the picture. Heading into the weekend, ?Boss Baby? had been projected to debut to $30 million.

?The picture works because it?s a great concept and having Alec Baldwin, who is such as well known voice, voicing a baby is near genius,? said Chris Aronson, Fox?s head of domestic distribution.

Aronson said he was surprised that the reviews for the film weren?t stronger.

?I was shocked and still am,? said Aronson. ?It?s nice when you have critics and audiences aligned, but it?s painful when you don?t get it. You wonder why do audiences like it so much and the reviewers don?t??

?Ghost in the Shell,? an adaptation of a popular Japanese manga about a cyber-enhanced warrior (a be-spandexed Scarlett Johansson) who must take down a cabal of terrorist hackers, was produced in conjunction with DreamWorks Pictures and Reliance Entertainment. If it wants to fight its way into the black, it will need to get a big lift from foreign crowds. To that end, the science-fiction story pulled in $40.1 million abroad from 50 foreign territories.

Paramount has gone through a punishing run at the box office, enduring costly flops such as ?Allied? and ?Ben-Hur,? while going through a series of executive shakeups that resulted in the ousters of Chairman Brad Grey and Vice-Chairman Rob Moore. It has a newly named studio chief in Jim Gianopulos, the former head of Fox?s film division, whose task it will be to bring more creative stability to the company.

?Ghost in the Shell?s? rollout was nearly subsumed by controversy over its casting and accusations that by tapping Johansson the film had engaged in ?whitewashing.? It was cited as exhibit A in a larger, industry-wide debate about studios? habits of employing white actors in Asian roles.

Lionsgate?s ?Power Rangers? and Warner Bros. and Legendary?s ?Kong: Skull Island? rounded out the top five, earning $14.5 million and $8.8 million, respectively. The Power Rangers reboot has grossed $65.1 million in two weeks of release, while the latest King Kong remake has made $147.8 million after four weeks in theaters.

In limited release, Focus Features? ?The Zookeeper?s Wife? opened to $3.3 million in 541 locations this weekend. Jessica Chastain stars in the film as a woman in World War II era Warsaw who tries to save Jews during the Holocaust.

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Attorney For Bill O’Reilly Accuser Calls Fox News ‘The Bill Cosby Of Corporate America’

Lisa Bloom, the attorney for a former Fox News guest holding a press conference Monday, ripped the network?s handling of sexual harassment lawsuits against top-rated primetime host Bill O?Reilly and called for an independent investigation. 

?How many women have to come forward?? Bloom, who has also served as an NBC News legal analyst, asked Sunday on CNN?s ?Reliable Sources.? ?How many millions of dollars have to get paid before Fox News takes sexual harassment seriously?? 

?In my opinion, this network is the Bill Cosby of corporate America,? she continued, in reference to the dozens of women who have accused the famous comedian of sexual assault. ?Women over and over again are driven out.?

Bloom?s comments followed a bombshell New York Times investigation published Saturday that revealed payments of about $13 million to five women accusing the primetime star of sexual harassment, inappropriate behavior, or verbal abuse. One of the five suits, involving former producer Andrea Mackris, made headlines in 2004. Another suit, involving Fox News employee Juliet Huddy was only reported in January. The other three had not been previously reported. 

A sixth woman, Dr. Wendy Walsh, told the Times that she rebuffed O?Reilly?s advances and he later didn?t follow through on an offer to make her a network contributor. In a release, Bloom said Walsh will speak out at a press conference Monday in Los Angeles and they ?will reveal their new demands to the network.?

The revelations about O?Reilly only shed more light on the toxic culture inside Fox News.

Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, who built the network with Rupert Murdoch in 1996 and ran it for two decades, resigned in July following a sexual harassment lawsuit from former Fox & Friends co-host Gretchen Carlson and amid widespread allegations from women inside the network, including former primetime host Megyn Kelly and many others throughout the executive?s five decades in media and politics. Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros is also suing Ailes and top executives at Fox News, which she compared to a ?Playboy Mansion-Like Cult.?

Federal investigators are currently looking into whether parent company 21st Century Fox didn?t properly notify investigators about payments to Ailes?s accusers and other business practices.

While Fox News recently posted its highest quarterly ratings ever, and enjoys the best access to President Donald Trump, the post-Ailes network continues to be embroiled in scandals related to allegations of employee mistreatment. 

Last month, 21st Century Fox reached a settlement with former Fox News contributor Tamara Holder after she accused former network Fox executive Francisco Cortes of sexual assault. And last week, two black former employees, Tichaona Brown and Tabrese Wright, filed a racial discrimination suit against longtime Judith Slater, Fox News, and 21st Century Fox. The network had fired Slater just days earlier for what it dubbed ?abhorrent behavior.?

O?Reilly, however, has remained seemingly untouchable at Fox News despite the headline-grabbing allegations of sexual harassment over a decade ago and the latest revelations. That?s presumably because ?The O?Reilly Factor? draws nearly 4 million viewers nightly, the most in cable news, and his show brought in more than $446 million from 2014 to 2016, according to the Times.

?Just like other prominent and controversial people, I?m vulnerable to lawsuits from individuals who want me to pay them to avoid negative publicity,? O?Reilly said in a statement on his website. ?In my more than 20 years at Fox News Channel, no one has ever filed a complaint about me with the Human Resources Department, even on the anonymous hotline.?

In a statement to the Times, 21st Century Fox ? the Murdoch-family owned parent company of Fox News ? noted that no current or former network employee used the company?s hotline ?to raise a concern about Bill O?Reilly, even anonymously.? The company said it had ?looked into these matters over the last few months and discussed them with Mr. O?Reilly. 

?While he denies the merits of these claims, Mr. O?Reilly has resolved those he regarded as his personal responsibility,? the statement continued. ?Mr. O?Reilly is fully committed to supporting our efforts to improve the environment for all our employees at Fox News.?

The Wall Street Journal, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch?s News Corp., reported Saturday that O?Reilly?s contract, originally set to expire at the end of this year, was recently renewed.

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Community Rallies To Free Elephant Herd Trapped In Muddy Bomb Crater

Eleven elephants have been saved from ghastly deaths in Cambodia thanks to the collaboration of local villagers and wildlife conservation groups.

People living near the Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary in the province of Mondulkiri saw that the pachyderms were trapped in a large pit that a U.S. B52 bomb had originally created, the Cambodia Daily reported on Monday. In more recent years, the local community has been using the crater to store water.

The herd had apparently become stuck in the muddy pit, unable to scale the steep sides, when they wandered in to drink and bathe, according to LiveScience. By the time the local farmers spotted them on Sunday, it was clear they had been there for some time.

?They obviously had been in there at least a couple of days ? because the little baby was very exhausted and the mud was so sticky,? Jemma Bullock of Elephant Livelihood Initiative Environment told Cambodia Daily. She added that the elephants would likely have soon died from exhaustion had people not intervened.

The people who saw the elephants contacted the provincial environmental department, which brought in representatives from ELIE, the World Wildlife Fund, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and Wildlife Alliance Cambodia to help. Staff from those groups teamed up numerous people from the local community to dig into the side of the crater and construct a makeshift ramp for the herd.

Video footage of the rescue (above) shows the elephants making their way up the ramp and walking free. While 10 of them escaped this way, the final elephant ? a young one weakened by the ordeal, had to be lifted out using ropes.

Tan Setha of WCS told LiveScience that the deaths of the entire herd ? which included three adult females and eight juveniles ? would have seriously hindered conservation efforts in the sanctuary.

?These elephants represent an important part of the breeding population in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, and their loss would have been a major blow to conservation,? he said.

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Air Pollution Links People Thousands Of Miles Apart In Deadly Ways

Air pollution and its costs travel, which means countries can?t fix this problem alone, according to an article published Thursday in the journal Nature.

The researchers looked in particular at how the human costs of ambient air pollution shift between China and the United States and Western Europe because of nature and the economy.

On the one hand, air contaminated by fine particulate matter in one country can sicken or kill people in another country. The article said that air pollution that originated in China in 2007 was linked to an estimated 3,100 premature deaths in the United States and Western Europe that year.

Globally, some 410,000 deaths in 2007 could be linked to air pollution that began in another region of the world. (In total, 3.45 million people died prematurely from air pollution in 2007.)

On the other hand, international trade can create long distances between where goods are produced and where they are consumed. The researchers concluded that more than 760,000 air pollution-related deaths worldwide in 2007 were tied to the production of goods that would be sold far away. In particular, some 110,000 premature deaths in China that year were tied to consumption in the United States and Western Europe.

?Air pollution can travel long distances and cause health impacts in downwind regions,? Qiang Zhang, one of the co-authors and a researcher at Tsinghua University in Beijing, explained to Popular Science. ?Our study revealed that international trade has greatly extended the distance of such impacts by separating the locations of consumption and production.?

By multiple measures, China is particularly hard hit by air pollution. Some 650,000 Chinese died prematurely due to bad air in 2007. (Researchers on this article came from China, Canada, the U.S. and the U.K.)

Despite those figures, Zhang told Science magazine that the point wasn?t for one region to blame its premature deaths on another. Their findings simply quantify ?the extent to which air pollution is a global problem in our global economy,? he said.

In 2012, about 1 in 8 deaths worldwide ? 7 million people ? were due to air pollution, according to World Health Organization estimates. Exposure to air pollutants is linked to myriad health problems, including heart disease, stroke, cancer and respiratory illness.

Because exposure is frequently beyond the control of individuals, however, it?s crucial that local, national and international governments work together to protect people. The WHO urges governments to implement policies to lower pollution, such as promoting public transportation and using clean renewable power sources instead of coal. 

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Trump Straight Up Ignores Request To Shake Hands With Angela Merkel

President Donald Trump has shown he can smile for the cameras while sitting next to world leaders he doesn?t exactly see eye to eye with. But when it came to shaking hands during a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday … game over.

He let a press gaggle into the Oval Office, and videos of the interaction, which lasted about a minute, showed both leaders making awkward, surly faces.

?Can we get a handshake?? one member of the press asked. Merkel looked in Trump?s direction. He didn?t budge and most certainly didn?t return her gaze.

So Merkel, despondent, turned back to the gaggle of cameras and flashed an uncomfortable smile:

They did shake hands earlier in the day, when she first arrived at the White House.

Merkel came to Washington to discuss issues related to both Germany and the U.S. including trade, immigration and the future of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

It?s hard to imagine more strained circumstances under which to meet. Merkel has unequivocally denounced many of Trump?s policy proposals, including his twice-proposed travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries. He?s referred to Germany?s welcoming of refugees as a ?catastrophic mistake.?

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