Forget politics, Malia Obama is gearing up for a future in the entertainment industry following her stint as one of the First Kids. Get it, girl!
It's believed Miz Obama will begin working at
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It's a good year to be the star of a superhero movie!
That's what we learned from Forbes' list of highest grossing actors of 2016.
To calculate its rankings, the publication added up the 2016 global ticket sales for the top actors' films, using data from Box Office Mojo — and only included star who were top-billed or had the most screen time.
And unsurprisingly, every actor who made the top ten got there from starring in a movie from the Marvel or DC Comics universe (except for Felicity Jones, who landed at the No. 9 spot for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.)
So, which action star topped the list of big screen beefcakes and became the top grossing actor of 2016?
There's nothing better than hearing your favorite stars come together to sing a classic Christmas song and thanks to Jimmy Fallon, we got just that!
On Tuesday night, Fallon was joined by Paul McCartney, The Roots, and the cast of the upcoming flick Sing to perform an a cappella version of Wonderful Christmastime!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing a cappella performance (above) and make sure you mark your calendars for December 21 when Sing hits theaters!
As always make sure you catch The Tonight Show weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on NBC!
Sure, being the highest paid actor is impressive — but when it comes to booking your next gig, it pays to show you're earning that check!
That's why every year, Forbes puts together a list of the stars who deliver the most bang for the buck (based on their last three movies) — delivering box office results that far outpace their sizable salaries.
Captain America has the power to put butts in seats!
Coming a close second this year was
Every once in a while, a fresh story finds its way to a studio and gets made into an actual original movie.
But it seems every year, a near-identical idea works its way into a different studio, causing a set of twin movies to be birthed in theaters right around the same time.
This crowded conundrum usually pans out with one of the films performing a lot better both critically and financially — like A Bug's Life — while the lamer version descends to the depths of forgotten films like… what was that called again?
Can you name the lesser known films that came out the same time as their nearly identical counterparts? Find out (below)!!!
Joss Whedon's Save The Day campaign to rock the vote — with powerful messages and celebs galore — has been one of the high points of a pretty awful election cycle.
And as a special treat for all of you who went out and voted (and everyone else too because how could we even stop you), the Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator has dropped the star-studded outtakes from that first PSA.
Check out the HIGHlarious NSFW outtakes from Important (below)!
"Elections aren't decided by a majority; they're decided by the majority of those who show up and vote."
Martin Sheen may have the wisest line in Joss Whedon's latest PSA for his Save The Day voting campaign — but he's far from the only celeb with something to say!
Robert Downey, Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Neil Patrick Harris, James Franco, and Keegan-Michael Key are here to HIGHlariously remind you how important it is to get out and vote November 8.