Third boy for Gwen and Gavin
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s brood of boys has gotten bigger.
A representative for Rossdale has confirmed that the musicians on Friday welcomed their third son, Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale.
Rossdale tweeted news of the birth Saturday and said Bowie and Flynn were their mothers’ maiden names.
Apollo’s brothers are 5-year-old Zuma and 7-year-old Kingston.
The 48-year-old Rossdale is lead singer of the rock band Bush.
The 44-year-old Stefani is the lead vocalist of the band No Doubt and has released two hit solo albums.
The couple met in the mid-1990s and were married in 2002.
Smith and son win Razzies
Will Smith and his son, Jaden, have something they can bond over: They were both awarded Razzies for their performances in “After Earth.”
Jaden was selected as worst actor for his starring role in the sci-fi flop, while the elder Smith was chosen as worst supporting actor at Saturday’s Golden Raspberry Awards, which lampoons the Oscars. The duo was also selected as the worst screen combo by online Razzies voters.
The raunchy comedy anthology “Movie 43,” featuring the likes of Halle Berry, Richard Gere, Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts earned Razzies for worst picture, screenplay and director.
Tyler Perry was picked as worst actress for “A Madea Christmas,” while Kim Kardashian was deemed worst supporting actress for “Tyler Perry’s Temptation.”
‘Non-Stop’ goes to the top
Liam Neeson has grounded the “The Lego Movie.”
The action star’s airliner thriller “Non-Stop” arrived in first place with $30 million at the weekend box office, effectively ending the Warner Bros. animated film’s three-week blockade at the top spot, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Fox’s “Son of God” debuted in second place with $26.5 million.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak, follow.
1. “Non-Stop,” $30 million.
2. “Son of God,” $26.5 million
3. “The Lego Movie,” $21 million.
4. “The Monuments Men,” $5 million.
5. “3 Days to Kill,” $4.9 million.
6. “RoboCop,” $4.5 million.
7. “Pompeii,” $4.3 million.
8. “Frozen,” $3.6 million.
9. “About Last Night,” $3.4 million.
10. “Ride Along,” $3 million.
A frosty dip for Fallon
Comedian Jimmy Fallon took a quick but icy dip in Lake Michigan — dressed in a full suit and tie– eyes bulging as he darted out of the slushy water and headed straight for the towels.
“The Tonight Show” host made good on his promise to make Sunday morning’s “Polar Plunge” with Mayor Rahm Emanuel as a condition for the mayor appearing on Fallon’s show in New York, following an exchange of tweets and challenges.
Emanuel, wearing a green T-shirt and shorts, went first, with Fallon just after. Bagpipers, wearing yellow rain boots and traditional kilts, provided the soundtrack.