Box of­fice

Orlando Sentinel - - PEOPLE & ARTS - SOURCE: As­so­ci­ated Press Es­ti­mated sales, Fri­day-Sun­day

1. “The Lego Movie 2: The Sec­ond Part,” $35 mil­lion 2. “What Men Want,” $19 mil­lion 3. “Cold Pursuit,” $10.8 mil­lion 4. “The Up­side,” $7.2 mil­lion 5. “Glass,” $6.4 mil­lion 6. “The Prodigy,” $6 mil­lion 7. “Green Book,” $3.6 mil­lion 8. “Aqua­man,” $3.3 mil­lion 9. “Spi­der-Man: Into the Spi­der-Verse,” $3 mil­lion 10. “Miss Bala,” $2.7 mil­lion

Pelosi gets rock star

treat­ment: The au­di­ence at Clive Davis’ white-hot gala in­cluded Bar­bra Streisand, Joni Mitchell and Ka­reem Ab­dul-Jab­bar, but it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who got the most re­quests to take a selfie. Pelosi re­ceived rock star treat­ment Satur­day night from at­ten­dees at the an­nual pre-Grammy event, which also fea­tured a stun­ning trib­ute to the late Aretha Franklin. Pelosi’s sar­cas­tic hand clap and smirk to Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump at his State of the Union ad­dress went vi­ral last week and launched hun­dreds of memes. So when Davis an­nounced that she was in the au­di­ence — Pelosi has at­tended in the past — she re­ceived a stand­ing ova­tion. A wide range of celebri­ties at­tended the event, in­clud­ing Ap­ple’s Tim Cook, re­cent Su­per Bowl champ Ju­lian Edel­man, Dionne War­wick, Kathy Grif­fin, An­gela Bas­sett, Berry Gordy, Fred Ar­misen, Ge­orge Clin­ton and Dar­ren Criss.

J. SCOTT AP­PLE­WHITE/AP

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