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'Fury' Tops Box Office With Steady $23 Million Opening

Though it was far from a blockbuster opening, "Fury" ended up atop the box office with a strong $23 million, knocking "Gone Girl" out of the top slot after the David Fincher thriller held the position for the two previous weekends. Also opening over the weekend was "The Book of Life," an animated family film that brought in a so-so $17 million at 3,070 total theaters.

Muse Say First Session For New Record Was 'Emotional'

Muse have officially wrapped the first session for their new studio album and say it was an intense experience. They shared the news via Instagram with a bird's eye view picture of their studio and the note "End of first session. It's been emotional."

Actress Misty Upham Found Dead At 32

Misty Upham, the actress most well known for her role in "August: Osage County," was found dead in a wooded area of a Seattle suburb, her family confirmed. No cause of death has been announced. Misty was 32-years-old. "The Auburn Police Department states that there is no initial evidence or information to indicate foul play; however the Medical Examiner will make the final determination."

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Headlines Set Of New Blu-Ray Releases

Coming off of a solid box office run this summer, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" will be looking to pick up where it left off in theaters, likely making it one of the top rentals/sellers this year on Blu-ray and other home market formats. Also set for a Blu-ray launch is "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," an animated release that ended up a quiet worldwide box office success back in the spring.