Mumford & Sons Wins The Big Prize at the Grammys
It's the Grammy Award everyone wants regardless of genre, and Mumford & Sons now has it. They won Album of the Year for "Babel" at Sunday's Grammy Awards. The prize for the most wins went to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. He won three with the band and another for Producer of the Year. For the full list of Grammy winners, click here.
"Identity Thief" Top Movie This Weekend
Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy have the top film in the nation this weekend. "Identity Thief" opened in the top spot with $36.6-million. In second it was "Warm Bodies" with $11.5-million, and coming in third was "Side Effects" with $10-million.
"Top Gun" Back in Theaters
"Top Gun" took the 1986 box office by storm, and now it's back on an even bigger screen. The Tom Cruise flick had its IMAX 3-D release over the weekend as the countdown begins to its 3D Blu-ray release February 19th. The film will be in IMAX theaters until Wednesday.
NBC Cancels Show After Two Episodes
How much does a TV show have to suck to get yanked after airing only two episodes? Pretty bad. NBC has just pulled the plug on "Do No Harm," a medical drama, after it broke the record for the lowest-rated in-season broadcast scripted series debut in modern TV history. Ouch.