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FIFA: The FIFA-fi­nanced movie “United Pas­sions” made only about $900 over the week­end, ac­cord­ing to a per­son who has seen box-of­fice data from the 10 the­aters the film played in and was granted anonymity by the AP be­cause he wasn’t au­tho­rized to re­lease the fig­ures. The film was made for about $30 mil­lion and largely bankrolled by FIFA to trum­pet the soc­cer fed­er­a­tion’s 111-year his­tory.

Ry­man: Nashville’s Ry­man Au­di­to­rium is known around the world as the “mother church of coun­try mu­sic,” and a $14-mil­lion ex­pan­sion that in­cludes new ex­hibits opens to the public Tues­day. They tell the story of the mu­sic venue be­gin­ning with its 1892 found­ing as the Union Gospel Taber­na­cle by steam­boat ty­coon Tom Ry­man.

‘Or­ange’: To cel­e­brate Pride Month, Madame Tus­sauds an­nounced Lav­erne Cox will join Madame Tus­sauds San Fran­cisco as the first trans­gen­der fig­ure in the his­tory of the at­trac­tion. Cox is known for her role as the first trans woman of color on “Or­ange Is the New Black” and her ad­vo­cacy in the LGBT com­mu­nity.

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