Bruno Mars topped the list of winners at last night’s Grammy Awards in New York clinching all seven trophies that he was nominated for including album and record of the year for ‘24K Magic.’

Kendrick Lamar came in second picking up five Grammys including Best Music Video for Humble…which also won for best Rap song and performance. 

Alessia Cara won Best New Artist making her the only female artist to win a major award. Backstage she was elated but said she didn’t exactly feel like the best.

Also among the winners…Ed Sheeran for best pop album and performance

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Reba McEntire was one of the many performers who wore a white rose to support the music industry’s unity of the Time’s Up Movement in the fight against sexual harassment.

The country singer-songwriter – who won a trophy for the best roots gospel album – explained what the initiative symbolized to her …let’s just treat people kindly.

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Tom Hanks, set to play Fred Rogers in a new biopic about the iconic TV personality. 

Titled YOU ARE MY FRIEND, the film will explore the friendship between Rogers and award-winning journalist Tom Junod.  In the story, the cynical writer begins a profile piece on the creator and star of MR. ROGERS NEIGHBORHOOD, and in the process finds his own perspective on life transformed.

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It’s the true story about an elite group of firefighters who risk everything to protect their Arizona town from an historic wildfire. 

Out this week on BluRay and DVD, Josh Brolin stars in the action-drama ONLY THE BRAVE. 

 Also out this week– Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, and Steve Carell costar in the dramedy LAST FLAG FLYING.

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DC Entertainment and Warner Brothers Television moving forward with a Superman prequel series for DC’s upcoming digital streaming service. 

Titled METROPOLIS, the 13-episode show will follow the characters Lois Lane and Lex Luthor in the time before the Man of Steel’s arrival.  The creators of The Fox Series GOTHAM will executive produce the new program, which is slated to premiere next year.

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She’s an eccentric firearm heiress who believes her seven-story manor is haunted by the souls of people killed by her company’s Winchester repeating rifle. 

Worried about SARA WINCHESTER’S sanity, company executives send a brilliant doctor to her house. He soon discovers hundreds of rooms inside…that were built to keep what she thought were ghosts at bay.  Loosely Based on a true story Helen Mirren stars in the horror flick WINCHESTER.     

 Costarring Jason Clarke, WINCHESTER  is now playing in theaters.

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Mel Gibson, moving forward with a sequel to his 2004 controversial hit PASSION OF THE CHRIST with Jim Caviezel now  in talks to reprise the role of Jesus. 

The film will reportedly chronicle the story of the resurrection. Additional details are currently under wraps…with the project now on track for a 2019 release.

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He’s a disgraced Ivy League philosophy professor who’s just lost his job and is forced to return to his home town to work as a high school biology teacher. 

A.P. BIO — Pilot — Pictured: Glenn Howerton as Jack — (Photo by: Ron Batzdorff/NBC)

Realizing he has a class full of honor roll students at his disposal, Jack Griffin decides to use the kids for his own benefit.  Glenn Howerton stars in comedy series A-P BIO. 

Costarring Patton Oswalt, A-P BIO premieres tonight on NBC.   (premiered this week on NBC)

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Octavia Spencer, reuniting with her director from THE HELP Tate Taylor for a new film. 

According to Variety, the movie titled “MA” is being described as a combination of a horror flick and a psychological thriller.  Juliette Lewis and Luke Evans will costar in the project, which is set to begin filming next week.

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The N-F-L season comes to its exciting close this weekend as the Patriots and Eagles are set to face off in Super Bowl Fifty-Two. 

Veteran play-by-play announcer Al Michaels is back in the broadcast booth.  He told Showbiz Express’ Ross Crystal when it comes to the biggest show in sports; he enjoys taking in the spectacle like everyone else.    

 Kick off time Sunday at 6:30pm eastern on NBC.

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