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Gotham, the Batman prequel drama, has found its Bruce Wayne. Touch star David Mazouz has been cast as the young billionaire who is sentenced to a solitary life after the tragic murder of his wealthy parents. Serious and soulful, young Bruce relies on the guidance and protection of Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee) and James Gordon(Benjamin McKenzie).
Michelle Pfeiffer says she became involved with a cult when she first moved to Hollywood, but didn't realize she was in one until she left. The actress told Britain's Daily Telegraph that upon moving to Los Angeles at age 20, she became involved with a "very controlling couple" who practiced breatharianism — the belief that the human body doesn't need food or water, only sunlight, to survive. It was only when she met her first husband, actor Peter Horton, that she realized she was part of a cult, because he was researching cults for a role in a film about the Moonies.
Insidious: Chapter 2 frightened off the competition at the box office this weekend, taking the No. 1 spot with $41 million in ticket sales. The sequel earned three times as much as the original movie in its opening weekend, according to Box Office Mojo. It's the second-highest September opening, behind last year's Hotel Transylvania. The Robert De Niro/Michelle Pfeiffer mob comedy The Family opened in second place with $14.5 million.
Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer share the screen for the first time in their new mob comedy movie The Family, but unbeknownst to De Niro, they nearly worked together more than 30 years ago. During an interview with Fox News to promote The Family, Pfeiffer revealed that she auditioned for De Niro's 1980 classic Raging Bull.