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.