HOT TICKET

Marsha Ambrosius (with Elle Varner)

Where/When: House of Blues Cleveland, 7 p.m. Thursday

Tickets: $26. www.ticketmaster.com

 

 

MOVIE OPENINGS

1. "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part"

2. "What Men Want"

3. "Cold Pursuit"

4. "Oscar Nominated Shorts"

5. "The Prodigy"

6. "The Amityville Murders"

7. "A Breath Away"

 


QUICK TAKE

Adam Sandler's 100% Fresher Tour.

 

Cleveland-bound: The comedian and movie machine is heading to Playhouse Square's Connor Palace Theatre in Cleveland at 8 p.m. Thursday night. He's not wasting any time on this tour, which started on Monday: Seven cities, seven nights in a row, wrapping in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday.

New songs: The tour is a spinoff of Sandler's recent Netflix special, though he's promising new songs, new material and some "surprise guests." One sidekick already announced for Cleveland is Sandler's former "Saturday Night Live" cast mate Rob Schneider.

Money man: Although his films don't often earn critical acclaim, they do earn money. Sandler has enjoyed a string of hits earning more than $100 million, including "The Waterboy," "Big Daddy," "Click," "Grown Ups" and the "Hotel Transylvania" franchise.

 

 

TOPS AT THE BOX OFFICE

1. "Glass," $9.5 ($88.6 total)

2. "The Upside," $8.6 ($75.4)

3. "Miss Bala," $6.8 (new)

4. "Aquaman," $4.8 ($323.6)

5. "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," $4.5 ($175.4)

(In millions; boxofficemojo.com)

 

 

TRENDING

"Supernatural"

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles return as season 14 of the popular CW show kicks off at 8 p.m. Thursday with its 300th episode. Launched in 2005, "Supernatural" is the longest running show in CW history. Thursday's episode will also mark the return (in some form) of someone we haven't seen in quite awhile: John Winchester, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.


 

NEW ON NETFLIX

1. "Beverly Hills Chihuahua"

2. "Velvet Buzzsaw"

3. "Bordertown: Season 2"

4. "The Soloist"

5. "One Day at a Time: Season 3" (Friday)

 

 

On The Cover

Verb Ballets dancer Lieneke Matte, left, and Margaret Mullin of Pacific Northwest Ballet, perform Ian Horvath's "Laura's Women" in the documentary "No Dominion: The Ian Horvath Story." [Alan Alabasto Photography]