Ariana Grande tears up during Manchester benefit concert finale — plus 11 other highlights from the stunning show

The band also played some of their own hits, including the rousing “Fix You” and a giddy “Viva La Vida.”
Liam Gallagher shows up

The concert didn’t just feature an Oasis song: It also featured an Oasis member. So when I die, if there’s a heaven, I want to see it.”
Everyone boards the stage for “One Last Time”

Grande got plenty of support for her penultimate song, “One Last Time.” Most of the evening’s performers stood in a line behind Grande as she belted the 2014 song. Are you all ready to have some fun?”
Ahead, check out 11 more highlights from One Love Manchester. I hate to be corny, but it actually makes me…” The “Malibu” singer then joined him for a radiant rendition of “Happy,” which included Williams changing some lyrics from “I should probably warn you, I’ll be just fine” to “I should probably warn you, Manchester will be just fine.”
Scooter Braun shouts out a 15-year-old victim
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Grande’s manager Scooter Braun applauded the audience for coming out to the show, especially after an attack in London the night before left seven dead. Justin Bieber tears up

Bieber most recently made headlines because of   a silly, botched performance of Spanish-language hit “Despacito,” but the “Sorry” singer was on his best behavior Sunday: He started off his set by saying, “You guys are so brave. What an amazing thing we’re doing tonight, would you not agree? “As soon as I met her, I started crying, and I gave her a big hug,” Grande recalled. Mac Miller, Grande’s boyfriend who performed “The Way” with her earlier in the night, and Pharrell stood mostly still, intently watching Grande. “Let’s not be afraid,” he said before launching into a solo, acoustic version of   Sigh No More   track “Timshel.” With lyrics like “And you are not alone in this / Together, we will stand and we’ll hold your hand,” the 2009   song gently united the crowd for what was about to be an emotional, invigorating show. We’ll see you again when the stars fall from the sky.”
Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus get “Happy”

The show was full of sweetly earnest moments, including when Williams introduced his performance with Cyrus. Would you agree that love always wins?” Right before his acoustic performance of “Cold Water,” he encouraged the crowd to chant “Love” and then continued to pay tribute to the attack’s victims in a sincere, tearful speech. We need somebody in the world to help us all make peace. “So I’m going to dedicate my life to using my name and popularity to helping charities, helping people, uniting people. city to hold a concert benefiting victims of the attack — and she brought a roster of famous friends, ranging from Justin Bieber to Katy Perry, with her. He then shared a story about going to the Manchester children’s hospital with Grande, where he met a 15-year-old named Adam who lost his best friend, Olivia, in the bombing, and who was injured himself. “He wants to know how do we treat each other, how do we help each other,” Ali says in the speech. Show Full Article Katy Perry roars

The “Swish Swish” singer kicked off her set with a poignant performance of “Part of Me” that elicited tears from the audience and followed it up with “Roar,” an empowerment anthem that perfectly fit in with the positive vibes of the night. “You looked fear right in the face, and you said, no, we are Manchester, and the world is watching,” he said. “There is no end to grief, that’s how we know there’s no end to love. “We love you so much. Robbie Williams changes up the lyrics to “Strong”

The original lyrics to 1999 song “Strong” are “You think that I’m strong / You’re wrong / I’ll sing my song,” but Williams updated it for the event, leading the crowd in a sing-along of, “Manchester, we’re strong / We’re strong / We’re still singing our songs.” After performing “Angels,” Williams then brought back the revised “Strong” refrain to conclude his set. To the families, we love you so much.”
Chris Martin leads “Don’t Look Back in Anger”

Just days after the attack, one woman led a Manchester crowd in a stirring sing-along of Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” — and the Coldplay frontman did a repeat at the show, where he and the audience gathered together to sing the 1995 song while Grande stood nearby, pointing her mic to the audience to amplify their voices. Niall Horan and Perry linked arms and grinned as they bopped along, while Cyrus and Imogen Heap danced side by side. Resilience, positivity, and you know what? native, opened the show — held at Emirates Old Trafford, an outdoor cricket ground — by asking the crowd of thousands to stand up and have a moment of silence for those lost in the recent attacks. “Thank you so much,” she said, blowing kisses. Grande made plenty of appearances throughout the night, teaming up with acts like Miley Cyrus for “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and the Black Eyed Peas for “Where Is the Love?” At one point, she thanked the crowd for coming out and talked about meeting the mother of one young victim, Olivia. It’s a thought we’re holding onto for these people. “I love you guys so much. “I just want   to take this moment to honor the people that were lost or that were taken,” he said. Bono sends a message to Manchester
Although U2 weren’t physically at the show, the group made an appearance in the televised special: Frontman Bono delivered a heartfelt message to the city via footage shot from a different stage. The group of students sang a beautiful cover of Grande’s “My Everything,” with the singer herself eventually joining in to finish out the song — and to embrace 12-year-old Natasha Seth, an impressive soloist who held back her tears for the song’s first half before eventually breaking down once Grande came out. “All we feel here tonight is love. A high school choir takes the spotlight
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The Parrs Wood High School choir might have been the least famous act on the roster, but their talent made them instant stars. Braun and Grande talked with the teenager when he got out of surgery, and that’s when Adam asked Braun to tell Manchester something at the concert: “Don’t go forward in anger — love spreads.”
“Adam, if you’re watching,” Braun added, “you’re our hero tonight.”
Ariana Grande makes her entrance
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Braun introduced Grande by calling her “one of the bravest people” he knows.” The singer, clad in a baggy sweatshirt reading “One Love Manchester,” came out soon after to perform “Be Alright” and “Break Free,” two strong song choices that showed this wasn’t about to be a concert about defeat, but one about hope. “And she said that I should stop crying because Olivia wouldn’t have wanted me to cry. At the song’s conclusion, she broke down in tears and then hugged some of her guests before they all left the stage, leaving her alone to sing a phenomenal version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” that showed off her vocals and ended with the singer crying into her ponytail. “We’re broken-hearted for parents who lost their children and children who lost their parents in a senseless, senseless horror,” he said. And then she told me that Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits,” she said, laughing, revealing that led to them changing the setup of the show at the last minute. “You know I’m bowing because despite all the things that have been going on in this place, I don’t feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building,” he said. Liam Gallagher, who was born in Manchester, made a surprise appearance at the show to perform the band’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,” solo track “Wall of Glass,” and then another Oasis song, “Live Forever.” Soon before he boarded the stage, audio of Muhammad Ali played over the speakers. “I love you.”

Donate to the Manchester Emergency Fund via the One Love Manchester website here. Marcus Mumford and Mumford & Sons, a U.K. Just about two weeks after a bombing outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester left 22 dead and 119 injured, the “Dangerous Woman” singer returned to the U.K.

‘Sister, Sister’ might be getting a revival

“It’s not dead in any kind of way… We’re moving forward, we’re taking those strides. Apparently, story lines from the show were based on the girls’ actual lives — and when the sisters had to skip out on certain milestones (like prom) because of their acting careers, the show gave them a chance to experience it. Sister, Sister   might be making a comeback. Show Full Article “We’re looking, right now, for a producer and a writer, someone who can kind of be a leader of the pack in regards to running the show,” Tia, who currently hosts Tia Mowry At Home, told   Nylon. “As a teenager working on a television show, I wasn’t able to experience certain things that a lot of teenagers experienced.”
Sister, Sister saw the Mowry sisters play a pair of identical twins, Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell, who’d been separated at birth and adopted by two different parents, Lisa Landry (Jackée Harry) and Ray Campbell (Tim Reid), only to be reunited when they accidentally bumped into each other while shopping for clothes. However, the whole process has been trickier than expected. “I thought people would kind of be jumping on it, but it’s a lot harder than my sister and I thought it would be. Everything in my career has always been a challenge.”
The Cooking Channel star adds that there is both demand from fans and interest among the cast. The show originally aired on ABC before being canceled and then was picked up by The WB, where it ran for four more seasons. They’re slow strides, but we’re pushing as hard as we can to make people happy and make our fans happy.”
That wasn’t the only fun tidbit Tia shared. In an interview with Nylon, Tia Mowry confirmed that she and her twin sister Tamera are working on a revival of the   ABC-turned-WB show. Over the show’s six seasons (it ran from 1994-1999), the girls and their parents had a variety of adventures as they navigated living together as a family and managed their opposing personalities. Tia and her single mother Lisa then move in with Tamera and her widowed father Ray. “A lot of people might not know this, but every year at the beginning of the season, me and my sister would sit down with the producers and tell them what’s going on with our lives in real life, and they would turn those into stories,” Tia shared.

Justin Bieber cries during Manchester benefit concert performance

Put both hands up to honor those people right now.”

"I won't let go, I'll be your lifeline tonight." ❤️@JustinBieber performs Cold Water for the #OneLoveManchester crowd 🌊
— BBC Music (@bbcmusic) June 4, 2017

During his performance, Bieber also started a chant of the word “love” among the crowd. Bieber joined an impressive list of performers on Sunday including Ariana Grande,   Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, Robbie Williams, and more. “We love you so much, to the families we love you so much. This article originally appeared on After singing acoustic versions of his hit songs “Love Yourself” and “Cold Water,” the singer took a moment to honor those who could not be at the concert. “I just want to honor those who were lost, those that were taken from us,” he said as he fought back tears. All proceeds from the concert, taking place at the Emirates Old Trafford stadium in the city, are going to the Red Cross’s Manchester Emergency Fund to help victims and families impacted by the attack. The show is expected to raise around $2.6 million. Those who were at Grande’s original gig were offered free tickets, and additional tickets sold out in just six minutes. Despite the attack and the severe threat level, Grande’s manager Scooter Braun and the Greater Manchester Police had stated that the show would go on   as a message of resilience in the face of hatred. Show Full Article Justin Bieber became emotional while paying tribute to the victims of the Manchester bombing and London terrorist attack while performing at the One Love Manchester benefit concert on Sunday. The mood at the concert was especially somber after a terrorist attack in London — which left seven dead and 48 injured after three men drove into a crowd and attacked with knives — occurred less than 24 hours ahead of the concert.

Ariana Grande returns to Manchester with triumphant performance of ‘Be Alright’

“I promised one of those kids I would deliver a message,” he said. He lost his best friend Olivia that night. He’s 15-years-old. “We love you so much,” she said as pink streamers rained from the sky at the conclusion of “Break Free.” She and her dancers then scurried offstage as the special, streaming above via Grande’s YouTube channel, cut to a short video of Stevie Wonder performing. At a benefit concert she put together titled One Love Manchester, the singer performed “Be Alright” and “Break Free” while donning a sweatshirt reading “One Love Manchester.”
Her lively, triumphant performance followed short sets by other musicians including Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, and Niall Horan. We must do something.’” They then decided to organize the concert; proceeds will benefit victims of the attack. Show Full Article Before Grande came onstage, her manager Scooter Braun shared a story about going to the Manchester hospital to visit victims of the attack. “His name is Adam. “Adam, if you’re watching,” Braun continued, “you’re our hero tonight.”
Braun went on to recall a recent conversation he had with Grande after the attack. “So to one of the bravest people I know,” Braun finished his introduction, “Ladies and gentleman, Ariana Grande.”
Grande later joined Victoria Monét onstage for a stripped-down duet of Monét’s “Better Days” and stuck around to help out the Black Eyed Peas with “Where Is the Love?” The group led the audience in a euphoric sing-along toward the end, encouraging the crowd to put one finger in the air to represent one love. “Don’t go forward in anger — love spreads,” he said. After surgery, we met him.”
Braun said that’s when Adam asked him to tell the concert’s audience something. Ariana Grande returned to the stage just about two weeks after a bombing outside her May 22 concert in Manchester left 22 dead. “She said, ‘Scooter, if we do nothing, I can’t live with that.

J.K. Rowling, more celebs skewer Trump over his London attack tweets
— Katie Couric (@katiecouric) June 4, 2017

Just imagine if they had easy, unfettered access to powerful semi-automatic weapons.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) June 4, 2017

Now imagine if they had semi automatic weapons that can shoot 100 bullets a minute
— Kunal Nayyar (@kunalnayyar) June 4, 2017

Trump: I stand with London
London: Please go stand somewhere else. If we don't get smart it will only get worse
— Donald J.
— Robert Harris (@Robert___Harris) June 4, 2017

Show Full Article Rowling, Mayim Bialik, Dustin Lance Bass, George Takei, Katie Couric, and more had to say, below. Imagine the carnage if they had & had returned police fire. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 4, 2017

At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is "no reason to be alarmed!"
— Donald J. — Erin 🎶Gloria🎶 Ryan (@morninggloria) June 4, 2017

It's hard to read Trump's tweets this morning and not think that we're one domestic attack away from the most dangerous version of this guy
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) June 4, 2017

Please know that many of us are ashamed. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 4, 2017

Full quote: "Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days. Just hours after the London Bridge terror attack on Saturday, Donald Trump criticized Mayor Sadiq Khan’s response to the tragedy, stating political correctness is to blame. I need a drink.
— J.K.
— Col. That's because they used knives and a truck! The terrorists were dead 8 minutes after police got the call. — Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) June 4, 2017

We must work hard to remove such blatant disregard for truth, such self-serving hatefulness & this kind of ruinous insecurity from our W.H.
— Dustin Lance Black (@DLanceBlack) June 4, 2017

We should all express our sympathy and support to the people of London and the officials there. “Do you notice we are not having a gun debate right now?” asked Trump on Twitter. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 4, 2017

Since Trump’s remarks on the situation, many celebrities, English and otherwise, and others have shared on Twitter their thoughts about his words, or even simply correct the current commander-in-chief’s statements. Morris Davis (@ColMorrisDavis) June 4, 2017

They had to use knives and a truck because they couldn't get hold of guns. If we don’t get smart it will only get worse,” tweeted the President of the United States before adding, “At least seven dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is ‘no reason to be alarmed’!”

We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people. has strict gun control regulation! It's called 'leadership', Donald. I can't even. — Donald J. If we need an alarmist blowhard, we'll call. No reason to be alarmed."
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) June 4, 2017

You know nothing. — Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) June 4, 2017

You are not equipped to be the President. Ashamed, angry & sick. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 4, 2017

As many people noted on Twitter, Trump incorrectly quoted Khan’s interview with the BBC on Sunday in which the London Mayor said “Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days,” adding there was “No reason to be alarmed.”
Khan has not directly addressed Trump’s comments, but his spokesperson released a statement in which they noted that the London Mayor “has   more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump’s ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks urging Londoners not to be alarmed when they saw more police — including armed officers — on the streets.”

NEW: Spokesperson for London Mayor Sadiq Khan says "he has more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet."
— ABC News (@ABC) June 4, 2017

Following his critique of Khan, Trump then turned his attention to issues of gun control, calling out the lack of debate arising around it. How dare you act like you do.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) June 4, 2017

He said there was no reason to be alarmed by the increased police presence over the next few days, you hare-brained miscreant.
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) June 4, 2017

If you're gearing up to write a tweet about how Britain ‘needs’ hundreds of thousands of guns – thanks for your concern, but jog on
— Samantha Shannon (@say_shannon) June 4, 2017

*That's because the U.K. — John Niven (@NivenJ1) June 4, 2017

They had to use knives and a truck because they couldn't get hold of guns. But America is not Trump. “That’s because they used knives and a truck!”

Do you notice we are not having a gun debate right now? See what J.K.
— Robert Harris (@Robert___Harris) June 4, 2017

50 Americans died by gunshot since London … if @realDonaldTrump was serious about keeping America safe we'd have a gun debate right now. I'm so sorry you are our President it makes me cry. Imagine the carnage if they had & had returned police fire. It is what u see those of us do in spite of him. “We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people.
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) June 4, 2017

Dear NRA nuts telling us guns will help us: more Americans die from firearms every week than last 3 London terror attacks combined. Sit down.

Ariana Grande joins Manchester high school choir for ‘My Everything’

Mac Miller, her boyfriend, then came onstage and together, the two sang their 2013 song “The Way.”
Grande   made her entrance earlier during the show when she performed “Be Alright” and “Break Free.” She also sang “Better Days” with Victoria Monét and “Where Is the Love?” with the Black Eyed Peas. After the song concluded, Grande embraced her in a hug. She wrapped her arm around the choir’s soloist, a young girl who began crying about halfway through the performance. city, boasted a star-studded lineup including Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and Grande herself — but some lesser-known talents had one of the show’s most emotional moments: the Parrs Wood High School choir. “Come on, let’s go,” she continued, visibly fighting back tears. “Tonight is all about love, am I right?” she addressed the crowd after the choir left the stage. I can’t stress how proud we all are of them because they’ve just been so professional the whole time. One Love Manchester, a concert Ariana Grande organized to benefit victims of the bombing outside her May 22 concert in the U.K. Some of the choir’s members attended Grande’s May 22 concert. Everyone in the choir. “Obviously, they’ve struggled and that was one of the massive reasons why we really wanted to do something as well — to actually support the people we knew personally affected by it,” he said. Show Full Article Watch a livestream of the concert via her YouTube above. “So it is going to be really difficult for them to do. They got together and they just wanted to do something.”
The choir sang Grande’s “My Everything” before the singer came onstage to join in. Because of this, their musical director, Daniel McDwyer, previously told PEOPLE the benefit show would be “really hard” for some students. They are amazing though.

Katy Perry leads tearful sing-along of ‘Part of Me’ at Manchester benefit concert

Show Full Article Katy Perry started her set at the One Love Manchester benefit show Sunday by asking the audience members to shout “I love you” at one another before she launched into a touching rendition of “Part of Me” and a joyful performance of “Roar.”
During “Part of Me,” crowd members could be seen crying as they sang along to the 2012 song. ET at Manchester’s Emirates Old Trafford, will go toward victims of the May 22 attack, which left 22 people dead and more than 100 injured. Donate here. Perry’s performance followed sets by a star-studded roster including Marcus Mumford, Imogen Heap, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, and Grande herself, who sang a variety of her solo songs and also joined acts like Victoria Mónet, the Black Eyed Peas, a Manchester high school choir, Mac Miller, and Miley Cyrus. Proceeds from the concert, which kicked off at 2 p.m. Perry then brought the energy up by launching into “Roar,” a track with triumphant lyrics like “I am a champion / And you’re gonna hear me roar” that echoed the evening’s tone.

Box office report: ‘Wonder Woman’ leaps to No. 1, smashes records

This brings the Disney movie’s overall domestic haul to $114.6 million. Outside the top ten,   3 Idiotas, a Mexican comedy from anthelion (a joint venture between Lionsgate and Televisa) earned an estimated $600,000 from 349 screens. 2 and   Baywatch with an estimated $9.7 million and $8.5 million, respectively. The animated feature — which is based on Dave Pilkey’s best-selling book series —   brought in an estimated $23.5 million from 3,434 locations. Elsewhere is   Dean, which stars Demetri Martin (who also wrote and directed the film) as a Brooklyn cartoonist who’s struggling to deal with his mother’s recent passing and its impact on his still-alive father. However, the film, which sees Johnny Depp return as Captain Jack Sparrow, continues to fare well overseas having earned $73.8 million, bringing its worldwide earnings just over the $500 million mark. Also out this weekend is Band Aid,   which brought in an estimated $31,500 from 3 locations, with a PTA of $10,500. This brings   Guardians‘ impressive domestic earnings to $355 million (after six weeks), while   Baywatch sees a 54.1 percent drop in its domestic box office earnings for an estimated domestic haul of $41.7 million. The film sees Jumanji‘s   Kevin Hart and Silicon Valley‘s Thomas Middleditch voice best friends and devoted pranksters George and Harold, who hypnotize their mean elementary school principal Mr. The comedy was directed by Zoe Lister-Jones (Life In Pieces), who also stars in the film as Anna, alongside Adam Pally’s (Making History,   Happy Endings) Ben. and DC Comics earned an estimated $100.5 million from 4,165 locations, making it not only the best-reviewed superhero film of all time but also the highest domestic opening for a female director. The film brought in an estimated $60,366, with a PTA of $4,024 from 15 locations. Per ComScore, overall box office is up 2.8 percent   in the same frame from last year. Wonder Woman serves as an origin story of the iconic female superhero (who will likely get a   second standalone film), as it charts Diana’s (Gal Gadot) transformation into the titular hero, after she makes the decision to leave her childhood home of Themyscira and accompany World War I pilot (and spy) Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) back to London so she may help put an end to the looming war. Patty Jenkins — who’d previously directed Monster, which earned star Charlize Theron the Best Actress Oscar   —   now tops a list that includes   Fifty Shades of Grey‘s   Sam Taylor-Johnson ($85.1 million),   Twilight‘s Catherine Hardwicke ($69.6 million), and   Pitch Perfect 2‘s Elizabeth Banks ($69.2 million). The latest film from Warner Bros. Check out the June 2-4 box office figures below. 2 – $9.7 million
5 –   Baywatch   –   $8.5 million
6   –   Alien: Covenant   – $4 million
7 –   Everything, Everything   –   $3.3 million
8 –   Snatched   – $1.3 million
9 –   Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul   – $1.2 million
10 –   King Arthur: Legend of the Sword   – $1.17 million

Show Full Article The R-rated comedy, which starred Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Zac Efron, and Priyanka Chopra, received largely negative reviews and a lukewarm audience reception (B+ on CinemaScore). Nonetheless,   Wonder Woman has also proven to be a crowd pleaser (an A on CinemaScore, 76 percent on Metacritic) compared to both DC films (B+ and B on CinemaScore, 40 and 44 percent on Metacritic). In fourth and fifth place are Marvel’s   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1   –   Wonder Woman   – $100.5 million
2   –   Captain Underpants   – $23.5 million
3 –   Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales   – $21.6 million
4 –   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. But as impressive as   Wonder Woman‘s box office achievements are, its opening weekend estimates still trail behind recent DCEU offerings including Suicide Squad ($133.7 million) and   Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice   ($166 million). House of Cards‘ Robin Wright stars as Antiope, young Diana’s Amazonian trainer and aunt. Nick Kroll, Jordan Peele, and Kristen Schaal also lend their voices as the evil Professor Pippy P. Together, their characters are a constantly fighting married couple who decide to turn their arguments into songs. Krupp (Ed Helms) into thinking he’s Captain Underpants, a hero from a comic book. Even the female-led   Hunger Games (starring Jennifer Lawrence) pulled in $152.5 million. Poopypants, his sidekick (and George and Harold’s nemesis) Melvin Sneedly, and Edith the lunch lady. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales comes in third at the weekend box office, with an estimated $21.6 million, with a 65.7 drop in earnings in what is now its   second weekend. The DC Extended Universe film also played well internationally where it earned an estimated $122.5 million, thus bringing its estimated worldwide earning to $223 million. In second place at the box office is DreamWorks Animation’s   Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. Wonder Woman isn’t just a critical darling   — she’s a box office winner, too.

Bono pays tribute to Manchester attack victims during benefit concert

“We’re broken-hearted for parents who lost their children and children who lost their parents in a senseless, senseless horror.” Twenty-two people were killed in the bombing, which occurred outside the Manchester Arena after Grande’s May 22 show, and more than 100 people were injured. “All our hearts are with Manchester and with the U.K.,” Bono said. “There is no end to grief, that’s how we know there’s no end to love,” Bono continued. Although U2 weren’t at Emirates Old Trafford, the outdoor cricket ground where the concert was held, the special cut to footage of the band performing at another stage. city, U2 frontman Bono paid tribute to those who were affected by the attack. Watch a livestream of the show — which features performances from Grande, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, and more — via Grande’s YouTube channel above, and check out more ways to watch here. We’ll see you again when the stars fall from the sky.”
One Love Manchester kicked off at 2 p.m. Show Full Article “It’s a thought we’re holding onto for those people. ET Sunday. During One Love Manchester, a concert organized by Ariana Grande to benefit victims of the recent bombing in the U.K.

Watch live: Ariana Grande’s ‘One Love Manchester’ benefit concert

The Times will post a recap of the concert later today. Latest updates We will continue to honor the ones we lost, their loved ones, my fans and all affected by this tragedy,” Grande said in an open letter to her fans. The singer’s   company,   Grandaritour   Inc., will donate the net proceeds from the concert to the British Red Cross Society for its Manchester Emergency.“Music is meant to heal us, to bring us together, to make us happy. So that is what it will continue to do for us. Ariana Grande & Friends:   One Love Manchester   show today is set to feature   Justin Bieber, the Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Little Mix, Katy Perry, Take That, Usher, Robbie Williams and Pharrell Williams.ABC will air a one-hour highlight special of the concert   Sunday night after the NBA Finals, while its   companion cable network, Freeform, will air the show in full.

Dan Aykroyd thinks Paul Feig spent too much on ‘Ghostbusters’

— Ross Maclean (@ross_maclean) June 4, 2017

The movie earned almost $240 million globally; made on a reported budget of $144 million plus marketing costs, though it made $128.4 million domestically, while also pulling in some $36 million in U.S. So, yeah, he will not be back on the Sony lot anytime soon.”

Don't hold back, Dan. A source close to the Sony Pictures production tells EW, “The budget and additional visual effects shoots were previously reported, and the studio had an incredible relationship with the director who was first rate.”
Previously, Feig told EW he would like to make a sequel but knows that decision is up to the studio,   “because they have to pay for it,” Feig said, adding, “Nobody’s called me.”
Beyond the financials, Feig is confident there’s an audience for the movie. And Sony does not like to lose money. “The girls are great in it. Since its release, he has shared messages fans send his way, retweeting a slew of Ghostbusters   Halloween costumes and a video from Grand Rapids Comic Con that left him “choked up.”   “I know they are now heroes and mean a lot to a lot of people,” Feig said, “so in a perfect world it would be great if we could see them bust more ghosts, kick more ass, and be awesome again.”
Representatives for Feig did not immediately reply to EW’s request for comment. “I was really happy with the movie, but it cost too much. Appearing this weekend on Britain’s   Sunday Brunch, the actor, who, of course, starred in the original   Ghostbusters franchise and had a cameo in last summer’s reboot, praised the all-female leads of the latest movie before explaining why he thinks Feig has made it all but impossible for there to be a second one. It made a lot of money around the world but it just cost too much, making it economically not feasible to do another one. Dan Aykroyd isn’t mincing words about Ghostbusters   director Paul Feig and why he’s to blame for Sony not giving the greenlight for a sequel to the 2016 movie. He didn’t shoot scenes we suggested to him, several scenes that were going to be needed, and he said, “No, we don’t need them,” and then we tested the movie and they needed them and he had to go back — about $30 to $40 million in reshoots. home entertainment sales. Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig – what a wonderful, wonderful players they are – and Leslie Jones,” Aykroyd told hosts Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer, as seen in the tweet below. So that’s too bad – the director, he spent too much on it. Show Full Article

‘Wonder Woman’ director knows where she wants a sequel to take place

She’s got to come to America. It’s time.”
Warner Bros. I made Wonder Woman. “The story will take place in the U.S., which I think is right,” she said back in April in an interview with EW. “She’s Wonder Woman. You want to do a movie like this because you believe in it,” she said. declined to comment on its future plans for the franchise, but considering this film’s   strong reception from fans and critics alike, betting on the director for a sequel would be the smartest approach. And if that call comes, Jenkins is game to return, having   formed a tight bond with Gadot and the filmmaking team behind the movie. “Then I had this revelation in the middle of the night: this is your dream cast, you’ve created a character that you love and you can say anything you want in the world right now.”
Jenkins added, “Then I realized that Wonder Woman 2 is its own great movie. She can’t give away many story details, but does say it would be set in America. It’s a beautiful story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love.”
Wonder Woman is now playing nationwide. After Wonder Woman   stormed the box office to a heroic $100.5 million debut, it seems all but likely that a sequel will follow. “I’m not a big obligation person when it comes to art. Nothing official has yet been announced, but director Patty Jenkins is ready to take up the shield and lasso once more. Show Full Article Now I want to make Wonder Woman 2. The 45-year old filmmaker is already thinking ahead to what a second Wonder Woman   film   might look like.

‘Broad City’: Abbi and Ilana are feelin’ themselves in wild season 4 trailer

Watch the trailer above. Abbi (Abbi Jacobson) and Ilana (Ilana Glazer) embrace their inner J. 23.
— Broad City (@broadcity) June 4, 2017

Season 4 premieres on Comedy Central Aug.  

Show Full Article “Word 2 the wise— move to a space   safe for screaming b4 watching.”

season fuckin' 4. “So you are, like, feelin’ it?” Ilana says to Abbi at one point. “Season f–kin’ 4,” Glazer tweeted with a link to the trailer Sunday. Lo in the new trailer for   Broad City’s fourth season, a wacky minute-and-a-half soundtracked by the musician’s 2005 hit “Get Right.”
The trailer has it all: wigs, costumes, fancy dresses, Ilana letting out an enthusiastic fart, Abbi looking euphoric as she smells a display of candles, handshakes, sex, guest stars like RuPaul and Steve Buscemi and Wanda Sykes. word 2 the wise– move to a space safe for screaming b4 watching. There’s also a nod to season 2’s beloved episode about pegging — but this time, it’s Ilana instead of Abbi wearing the dildo — and a drug trip that gets, well, trippy. Their eyes, replaced by cartoons, confirm that they are, indeed, feelin’ it.

With $100 million, ‘Wonder Woman’ is the first female-fronted superhero blockbuster

  Such a performance was anticipated considering the overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics. This weekend, she came in like a flood, in a way only a wondrous woman can. Audiences (52% female; 53% under 35) appear to agree, giving the picture an A CinemaScore. Latest updates   Diana, princess of the Amazons, better known as Wonder Woman, has spent 75 years saving the world in DC comic books and TV shows. Still, her male counterparts have hogged the big-screen glory. It came in well above analyst projections of $80 million to $90 million and the studio’s more modest expectations of $65 million to $70 million, officially making the feature the   first female-fronted superhero blockbuster. Gal Gadot stars as the title character in “Wonder Woman.” (Clay Enos / Warner Bros.)The summer box office needed a hero after the worst Memorial Day weekend performance in 18 years. She has fought alongside Batman and Superman with her sword and Lasso of Truth. And the $150-million production of “Wonder Woman” was directed by a woman, the Emmy-nominated Patty Jenkins, yet another feat in the ongoing conversation about diversity and representation in Hollywood.   Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman” grossed an estimated $100.5 million in the U.S and Canada in its debut weekend. Until now.With Gal Gadot in the lead role, it can be said that “Wonder Woman” has finally claimed her place in the pantheon of superheroes. The flick has a formidable 93% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Ariana Grande leads support for victims of London terror attack

Trump has used Twitter to share news report on London incident,” the NBC News feed wrote. Be good to someone around you. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety! GOD BLESS! Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2017

Attention Supreme Court–>Now he's calling it a travel ban again and giving you reason to uphold the lower courts' rulings.
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) June 4, 2017

The ACLU Twitter feed also took note of Trump’s use of the term “ban.”

Glad we both agree the ban is a ban. — Donald J. Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U. The attacks — a hit-and-run of pedestrians and multiple stabbings — occurred at two locations near the Thames River and were deemed “terrorist incidents” by local law enforcement. This news devastates me and I don't feel a tweet to be enough but know my heart and prayers are with u. “Attention Supreme Court — Now he’s calling it a travel ban again and giving you reason to uphold the lower courts’ rulings, “Scarborough wrote. “Pres. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!” The reference to Trump’s executive order — which Press Secretary Sean Spicer previously insisted is not a “ban” despite Trump’s words to the contrary — was criticized by many online, including MSNBC host Joe Scarborough. That retweet drew the ire of many online, including NBC News, which called out the president for passing along unconfirmed information. #londonbridge 🙏🏼
— Gina Rodriguez (@HereIsGina) June 4, 2017

❤️🇬🇧❤️ My heart is with you London. “We aren’t relaying president’s retweet, as the info is unconfirmed.”

Fears of new terror attack after van 'mows down 20 people' on London Bridge…

For updates from @NBCNews staff reporting from London scenes now, follow:@MattMcBradley, @MacWBishop, @MohammedAbbas79
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) June 3, 2017

Later, President Trump tweeted, “We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. “Praying for London,” Grande wrote on Twitter after the incidents, which left more than one person dead, according to authorities. We need the courts to give us back our rights. Praying for London ♡
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) June 4, 2017

Other celebrities to send words of support included Spider-Man: Homecoming actor Tom Holland, singers Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas, and actors Gina Rodriguez, Cara Delevingne, and Kumail Nanjiani.
— ACLU National (@ACLU) June 4, 2017

In addition to his controversial tweet, Trump also pledged the country’s support to England. This is beyond tragic but we…
— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) June 4, 2017

Scary and heart-breaking events in London. My heart goes out to everyone in London tonight. K., we will be there – WE ARE WITH YOU. I don't know what to say. 🙏🏼💔
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 3, 2017

Praying for London. “What a dope.”

We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. — Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) June 4, 2017

In the wake of Saturday’s attack, President Donald Trump first retweeted a post from the Drudge Report about the incident. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2017

Show Full Article What a dope. — Tom Holland (@TomHolland1996) June 4, 2017

Praying for London.. As reported by the Associated Press, “The incidents occurred on [London Bridge] and at Borough Market, a popular area with bars and restaurants on the south side of the bridge.”
Grande is scheduled to perform Sunday in Manchester, England, at a star-studded benefit concert for victims of the Manchester terror attack that occurred following her performance in that city last month. — Donald J. Ariana Grande is among a number of celebrities offering thoughts and messages to the victims of terror attacks in London on Saturday night. Please can everyone stay safe. GOD BLESS!” he wrote.
— J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) June 3, 2017

I love you London. Absolutely Heartbreaking. Stay safe. “Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U.K., we will be there – WE ARE WITH YOU.