Transcript for 'Joker' reportedly first R-rated movie to make over a billion dollars worldwide
It's pop, it's janai. One sign she's ready for us she actually just cracked her back. Bring on the "Pop news." We start with Ariana grande warning fans about her health concerns. The singer taking to Instagram saying she's been feeling sick for the last three weeks after her appearance in London with constant pain in her head and throat, difficulty breathing due to a sinus infection. He's hoping not to cancel any concerts. She's giving fans a heads up. Her next concert is scheduled for tonight in Lexington, Kentucky. We'll see if she's able to make it. Hope she's doing well. Now to "Joker" doing no fooling around at the box office. The movie with Joaquin Phoenix became the first r-rated movie to pull in over $1 billion worldwide. It had the highest October weekends ever. With its $63 million budget, the movie becomes one of the most profitable of all times. Previously the highest grossing R rated movie was "Deadpool." That one pulled in $783 million. Looks like you have to make an R rated movie about the super hero. That's the formula. Anticipation is building for "Frozen two." We've got the soundtrack to enjoy. It's been released on streaming services. The big new song "Into the unknown" sung by idina Menzel. Is she Anna or Anna? It's Anna, Dan. It's Anna for the last. Thank you, whit. The album includes artists, wheezer, and panic at the disco. The food, something for nutella fans. Is it nutella? Nutella. Nutella. There's a new hotel they can check out. They can eat nutella and learn how to make somethings. We'll see you next weekend.
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