?Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? ruled the box office for the second week and ?Guardians of the Galaxy? was runner-up in its third week, leaving three very different new films ? ?Let?s Be Cops,? ?The Expendables 3? and ?The Giver? ? fighting for the remaining spots in the top five.
There's a clip on YouTube from a 1985 "Tonight Show" with guest host Joan Rivers interviewing Dolph Lundgren about his role as Ivan Drago, the brutal Russian fighter who takes on Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa in "Rocky IV."
They may be expendable, but there sure are a lot of them.
Despite three new film openings, 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' may still shred to the top of the box office this weekend.
The Seoul Philharmonic wants to be the one, not just the classical music soul of Seoul, but the first Asian orchestra to make it big on the international scene. At their Walt Disney Concert Hall debut Thursday night, the Koreans were — in a program of Debussy, Ravel and Tchaikovsky standards — exhilarating and, at their best, even awesome. It's an orchestra of noticeably young players, and they weren't always at their best. The Seoul Philharmonic is not quite there yet, but it's on its way. And it has more than a little help from friends in high places to help it get there. Founded in 1948, the Seoul Philharmonic is the oldest Korean orchestra and a showcase...