Merrick Morton/Twentieth Century Fox(NEW YORK)-- In her latest film, Widows, Oscar-winner Viola Davis plays a fierce widow whose husband and others are killed during an attempted robbery. Her character then recruits the other widows to pull off a heist her late husband was planning.
"The heist is just a metaphor for women saying, 'You know what? My life isn't working for me. I got to pay my bills, so I'm going to make it work," Davis told Tuesday's Good Morning America.
"That's what women have to do," Davis continued. "You have a lot of single mothers out there, you have to pay the bills, dealing with no health insurance; they have to get it done. And this movie, you'll see. It's for the girls."
Davis's own girl -- eight-year-old daughter Genesis -- once gave her mom some sage advice about life, after hearing her on the phone with her manager.
"[We were] haggling over something and she said, 'Mommy, put the phone down. I got to tell you, don't let anybody put their life into your life. If they put their life into your life, you have to tell them to get out because they don't have the pass-code,'" Davis said.
"I put the phone down and I said, 'Genesis, say that again so I can write it down.' She teaches me a lot."
Davis also shared her go-to mantras with GMA.
"'The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are,'" she said. And another: "You don't have to hustle for your worth. You don't have to barter for it. 'You're just born worthy. "
Davis said she wants some of these inspirational words to apply to her daughter as well: "I want her to know that exactly who she is, is enough."
Vladimir Furdik as the Night King; courtesy of HBO(NEW YORK) -- (SPOILER ALERT) We've known for what seems like ages that Game of Thrones isn't returning until next year, but we haven't known when -- until now.
HBO has just revealed that April will see the return the eighth and final season of their worldwide hit medieval fantasy drama. Still no date, however, on when the first episode will air.
"Every battle. Every betrayal. Every risk. Every fight. Every sacrifice. Every death," HBO declares.
As of last word, we're still expecting Game of Thrones season eight to be just six episodes, though many of those will me much longer than an hour. We also know shooting on the final season began back in October of 2017 and only ended in early fall of this year.
Entertainment Weekly also revealed two weeks ago that the final season opens with Daenerys Targaryen and her army arriving at the Stark ancestral home of Winterfell to prepare for their final battle with the Night King and his army of the dead, which producers say is the longest sustained action sequence ever created for TV or film. Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister, says, “It makes the Battle of the Bastards look like a theme park," referring to the mammoth season six battle.
Disney/Pixar(NEW YORK) -- Monday, we were unexpectedly treated to the first teaser-trailer for Toy Story 4. Today, we get an even bigger surprise -- an official reaction video to the teaser-trailer.
But this reaction video isn't your usual online nobody gasping into the camera as we watch them watch a trailer. This one's from Pixar themselves, and features two brand-new Toy Story 4 characters: carnival toys Ducky and Bunny, a stuffed yellow duck and a fluffy blue-and-green stuffed rabbit voiced by none other than Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, respectively.
We meet Ducky and Bunny at a carnival shooting gallery after closing time, where they're chilling out on the counter. Bunny asks Ducky if he's seen the new Toy Story 4 trailer. That leads to them taking turns imitating Buzz Lightyear's catchphrase "To infinity and beyond!" as well as a brief but on-the-nose Keegan-Michael Key impersonation of Tom Hanks as Woody.
But neither Ducky nor Bunny can get the catchphrase correct -- that is, until Woody and Buzz themselves show up.
"It's 'To Infinity and beyond!'" Buzz declares. Which leads to Ducky and Bunny busting up laughing.
"That's the stupidest thing I ever heard!" says Ducky.
"You can't go to infinity, dummy!' Bunny chimes in. "It's just impossible!"
"You don't know nothin' about science," Ducky agrees.
Toy Story 4 opens nationally June 21, 2019 from Pixar and Disney, parent company of ABC News.
Ben Lamb and Rose McIver in "A Christmas Prince"; Netflix(NEW YORK) -- Thanksgiving isn't even here and yet we're already seeing Christmas decorations in all the stores. Why not start watching holiday movies now, too?
Netflix has compiled a list of upcoming original films and the classics you already know and love. Hits like 2003's Love Actually along with instant sensations like A Christmas Prince are already available on the streamer, with new films like The Christmas Chronicles coming later this month.
Here's a look at what's on the way for your family holiday binging pleasure:
Classics Love Actually How the Grinch Stole Christmas Mariah Carey's Merriest Christmas Bad Santa Bad Santa 2 Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Get Santa A Christmas Star A Holiday Engagement The Christmas Project A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale Christmas in the Smokies Angels in the Snow Christmas Crush Christmas Ranch Christmas Wedding Planner (New 11/15) Christmas with a View Coffee Shop Dear Santa Holiday Baggage Holiday Breakup (Expires 12/15) How Sarah Got Her Wings Merry Kissmas Miss Me This Christmas George Balanchine's The Nutcracker Chill with Bob Ross (New 12/1) Pee-wee’s Playhouse: Christmas Special Disney’s Beauty & The Beast A Russell Peters Christmas All American Christmas Carol Trailer Park Boys: Xmas Special Christmas Cracker Red Christmas Semana Santa The Christmas Candle The Spirit of Christmas You Can’t Fight Christmas
Colbert fans know the Captain America shield that Colbert wielded on the Daily Show followed him to his Late Show set, where it still hangs above the audience.
"Today, the world lost a legend," said Colbert, who noted Lee's service in World War II and love for his beloved wife of 70 years, Joanie, who died in 2017.
"Thanks for all the stories, Stan, Colbert said, adding to the comic icon, his catchphrase: "I know you're hearing it a lot today, but: 'Excelsior.'"
Incidentally, Colbert's first guest Monday night was Hugh Jackman, who played Wolverine, one of Lee's X-Men, in nine movies. Jackman -- who wasn't initially supposed to play the razor-clawed character in 2000's X-Men -- is now synonymous with him. "I remember Stan as a true gentleman who had this glint in his eye," Jackman said. "He is a creative genius...He created a whole universe that changed the lives of many people, mine included."
The actor also recalled Lee's fame could check anyone's ego. "[Y]ou think, 'Well, I'm Wolverine, I'm walking in to Comic Con, you know, this is my spot. This is a good day for me.' And I was on a red carpet, and I was the only one on there, and nobody was taking my photo -- because on the other end, there was about 300 photographers and interviewers, just all on Stan."
He ended with, "God bless you, Stan, you're one of the greats."
Disney, who acquired Marvel almost a decade ago, released a statement from CEO Bob Iger that read, "Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created. A superhero in his own right to Marvel fans around the world, Stan had the power to inspire, to entertain, and to connect. The scale of his imagination was only exceeded by the size of his heart."
Other celebs were quick to commemorate the comics icon, moments after the news broke. Robert Downey Jr., the man who helped get Marvel movies on the map, posted a photo of he and Lee together, commenting, "I owe it all to you,,, Rest In Peace Stan."
Captain America himself, Chris Evans wrote, "There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape, comfort, confidence, inspiration, strength, friendship and joy. He exuded love and kindness and will leave an indelible mark on so, so, so many lives. Excelsior!!"
Spider-Man Tom Holland wrote, "How many millions of us are indebted to this guy, none more so than me. The father of Marvel has made so many people so incredibly happy."
Ryan Reynolds posted a photo of Lee in one of his many cameos, this one when he played a strip joint DJ in Deadpool. That hero's alter-ego said, "Damn... RIP Stan. Thanks for everything."
ABC(LOS ANGELES) -- We got a double dose of dances during Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars semi-finals, with each couple taking the dance floor twice. But it all culminated in a double elimination at the end of the night.
And that elimination was a doozy, sending home arguably the best performer of the competition, Juan Pablo Di Pace, as well as consistent low scorer “Grocery Store” Joe Amabile.
It was an especially shocking elimination for Juan Pablo, who, along with partner Cheryl Burke, had earned his third consecutive week of perfect scores from the judges. The crowd booed and the judges called the decision just plain “wrong.”
But before all that went down, the first round of dances of the night was the “dedication” round in which the contestants got to dedicate the dance to someone special to them.
In this round, Juan Pablo’s tango dedicated to his mom who had battled breast cancer and Evanna Lynch’s contemporary routine dedicated to a friend who died from ALS, both received perfect scores.
And if you’re keeping track of the budding romance between Alexis Ren and dance partner Alan Bersten, this week Alexis dedicated her passionate rain-soaked waltz especially to him.
In the second round of dances, it was judges’ choice. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli asked the couples to redo one of their dances and gave them pointers on how to improve it.
Juan Pablo was again the star of this round, with his sexy salsa earning him another perfect score. Alexis and Alan’s ‘80s aerobics-themed jive also delighted the judges, giving them a perfect score as well.
“Grocery Store” Joe's second dance -- a quickstep -- got him his highest score of the competition: a 24/30. It also kept him from being the lowest scorer of the night. That misfortune went to Bobby Bones, who had a combined total of 45/60.
Bobby's heading to the finals next week though, along with Milo Manheim, Alexis Ren and Evanna Lynch.
Highest Score: Juan Pablo Di Pace, Fuller House & Mamma Mia! actor, with Cheryl Burke, 30;30 60/60 (eliminated)
Alexis Ren, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, with Alan Bersten, 29;30 59/60 Evanna Lynch, Harry Potter films star, with Keo Motsepe, 30;28 58/60 Milo Manheim, Disney Channel star, with Witney Carson, 27;28 55/60 "Grocery Store" Joe Amabile, The Bachelorette contestant, with Jenna Johnson, 22;24 46/60 (eliminated)
Bobby Bones, radio personality, with Sharna Burgess, 21;24 45/60
Dancing with the Stars returns for its season finale Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Doug Griffin/Toronto Star via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Douglas Rain, best-known as the soothing, understated voice of HAL 9000, the sentient computer that went rogue in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, died Sunday at the age of 90.
The Stratford Festival, which Rain, co-founded in 1952, revealed that Rain died of natural causes in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, according to a statement obtained by Canada's CTV.
Primarily a stage actor, the Winnipeg native performed all over Canada, and also earned a Tony Award nomination in 1972 for Vivat! Vivat! Regina!
Baby Driver director Edgar Wright remembered Rain on Twitter, writing of his work in 2001, “One of the best performances in film, with just his voice.”
Rain reprised the role of HAL in the 1984 2001: A Space Odyssey sequel 2010: The Year We Make Contact.
Will Heath/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Saturday Night Live bid farewell to Jeff Sessions -- and Kate McKinnon's hilarious impersonation of President Donald Trump’s embattled former attorney general -- whose firing on Wednesday precipitated a reminiscing.
The show's cold open began with McKinnon's Sessions crawling out from under his desk and starting to pack up his office.
"Luckily I've still got the box I was born in," he said. "I'm sorry, I promised myself I wouldn't cry."
Of course he packed up his mug as well -- featuring the Confederate flag, as well as the NAACP's first sarcastic award and a hate letter supposedly from Dr. Martin Luther King’s late widow, Coretta Scott King.
Sessions was paid a visit by Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. -- played by Mikey Day and Alex Moffat, respectively -- who told him he should've ended the Mueller investigation a long time ago. They were followed by Beck Bennett's Vice President Mike Pence, who was very worried by Sessions' mentions of gays, even though he said he hated them just like Trump wanted.
"I heard the word 'gays' and 'cages' and I went somewhere crazy," Bennett's Pence said. "And my Apple Watch says I'm having a heart attack."
Sessions pulled out a photo of Trump -- well, a photo of Alec Baldwin as Trump, anyway -- before launching into a version of Adele’s “Someone Like You.”
Robert De Niro returned to cameo as Special Counsel Robert Mueller, to whom Sessions declared, "You can't arrest me, I quit."
"You're a weird little dude, Jeff," De Niro's Mueller responded.
Sessions offered Mueller one final warning, though: "With this new attorney general, you might be out of a job soon, too."
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- Stan Lee, co-creator of timeless Marvel comic characters including Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and The X-Men, has died at age 95.
Family attorney Kirk E. Schenck confirmed Lee's death to ABC News, saying he died Monday morning in Los Angeles.
“Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created," said Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger in a statement. "A super hero in his own right to Marvel fans around the world, Stan had the power to inspire, to entertain, and to connect. The scale of his imagination was only exceeded by the size of his heart.”
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige said of Lee: "No one has had more of an impact on my career and everything we do at Marvel Studios than Stan Lee. Stan leaves an extraordinary legacy that will outlive us all. Our thoughts are with his daughter, his family, and his millions of fans. #ThankYouStan #Excelsior!"
Considered one of the founding fathers of comic books, few figures can rival Lee's impact on pop culture. Born Stanley Martin Lieber in New York City in 1928, Lee's beginnings in the world of comics were humble: He refilled ink pots and fetched sandwiches for artists at the comics division of publisher Martin Goodman's company, Timely. Lee landed the job through a family connection, and began rising up the ranks at the company that in the 1960s would become Marvel Comics.
His first official contribution to the comic universe was a small one: a six word-long text box in Captain America Comics No. 3, though his responsibilities grew. After a stint in the U.S. Army Signal Corps from 1942-1945, Lee returned to the comics business in New York, but by the late '50s reportedly became dissatisfied and entertained leaving the field. However, an opportunity to create a superhero team to compete with rival DC comics' Justice League led Lee and frequent collaborator, famed artist Jack Kirby, to come up with the Fantastic Four in 1961.
The success of that comic and its more naturalistic approach to its characters -- these heroes weren't perfect -- led to the team creating The Incredible Hulk and Thor in 1962, and Iron Man and The X-Men in 1963. Lee, along with another legendary collaborator, Steve Ditko, also created another enduring hero, Spider-Man, in 1962.
Lee's fans spanned all walks of life: President Ronald Reagan had said Spider-Man's adventures got him into the habit of reading every day, while Spidey was reportedly a childhood favorite of President Barack Obama's as well. President George W. Bush honored Lee in 2008 with the National Medal of the Arts, and Lee received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2011.
Lee's popularity led to numerous cameo appearances in the Marvel movies during their recent resurgence, from 2003's Daredevil to The Avengers and most every Marvel film since. He also appeared as himself in TV shows like The Big Bang Theory, and in movies like 1995's Mallrats and the 2011 documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.
In 2012, Lee, then just short of 90 years old, had a pacemaker installed, joking at the time in a statement to fans he did so to be more like Iron Man's alter-ego, Tony Stark, who required an energy device implanted in his chest to stay alive. Lee said the real-life gadget would ensure, "that I’ll be able to lead thee for another 90 years." Author Bonnie Burton, who in the Geek DIY series Stan Lee's World of Heroes YouTube channel agreed, telling ABC News of Lee, "I always thought of him as the Hugh Hefner of comics. Ladies just flock to him! He's a blast to be on panels with -- he's got more pep at 90 than most geek guys 1/3 of his age!"
Asked in 2004 how he'd like to be remembered, Lee told the Television Academy, "I’d like to be remembered as a guy who provided some entertainment for people, and who enjoyed doing it." But he then added, "I’m not a guy who thinks much really of posterity or how I’m remembered... [O]nce I’m not here anymore it’s not going to matter to me if I’m remembered or not. I’d like to be remembered while I’m alive, that would be nice."
Lee is survived by his daughter, Joan Celia "J.C." Lee, born in 1950. Lee's wife of 70 years, also named Joan, died in July 2017.
Disney/Pixar(NEW YORK) -- It's been over six years since Toy Story 3 was released. It's about time we got an update on what Woody and Buzz Lightyear have been up to since.
Disney/Pixar just dropped the first look at Toy Story 4. Set to the sunny 1967 Judy Collins song "Both Sides Now," the roughly minute-and-a-half teaser shows Woody, Buzz, Jesse, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, Hamm, Rex and all of the other familiar toy characters from the first three movies, all holding hands as they smile and skip in a circle. That is, until we see an unfamiliar toy: a plastic spork, with pipe-cleaner arms and legs made of popsicle sticks.
"I don't belong here!" the spork cries out, then freaks out and breaks the circle, causing a massive toy pile-up as Woody tries to keep everyone calm. Whether or not Mr. Spork is a new character, we'll have to wait and see
2010's Toy Story 3, in which the human boy Andy grows up, gives away his beloved toys and heads off to college, was intended to be the final Toy Story film. The four years later, Pixar announced they'd make yet another sequel in response to fan demand. No doubt the box office also had more than a little to do with that decision: Toy Story 3 grossed over a billion dollars worldwide. Since Toy Story's 1995 debut, all three films in the animated franchise -- including their 3D versions -- have taken in over $883 million domestically and more than $1.9 billion globally, not adjusted for inflation.
Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 4 -- with Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and the rest of the voice cast all reprising their roles -- is scheduled for a June 21, 2019 release. Disney is the parent company of ABC News.
J. Countess/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Veteran actor James Woods is using social media to help others in the midst of the California wildfires and the widespread destruction they’re causing. Using the fast-trending hashtag #SoCalFiresJamesWoods, the actor has helped displaced people connect with their loved ones.
Woods has been retweeting several messages like that, including that of Mari Irby, who was looking for her great uncle Al. A retweet from Woods connected the two. Irby told Good Morning America that she was "just immediately overwhelmed with gratitude."
"The way the opportunity presented itself was through social media, through something like a hashtag, and it completely blows my mind," she said.
Woods is also helping find shelter for pets and reconnect them with their owners. "#Found! This furry person is anxious to find its human! Do you know this #dog? West Valley Animal Shelter on Plummer. #WoolseyFire #SoCalFiresJamesWoods" is one of several tweets from him.
Woods also assisted fellow actor Alyssa Milano, with whom he’s regularly sparred on Twitter over political issues. But when Milano needed help evacuating her horses, Woods stepped up.
Milano tweeted over the weekend, "Thank you, Mr. Woods. Appreciate what you’re doing with your feed."
Other celebs who have stepped up big to help the thousands displaced include Reese Witherspoon, who tweeted a local ABC News story on how to help others. She added, "Thank you to the firefighters and service men and women working so hard to protect from these devastating fires here in California. Your bravery and selflessness in these times of need is nothing short of heroic."
Ben Affleck and Gerard Butler are also asking for donations to the services and organizations helping to manage the disaster and keep those affected safe.
Butler, who lost his home in the fires, wrote, "Returned to my house in Malibu after evacuating. Heartbreaking time across California. Inspired as ever by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters. Thank you @LAFD. If you can, support these brave men and women at http://SupportLAFD.org."
Marvel Studios/Disney(LOS ANGELES) -- It was a good night for Marvel Studios at the People's Choice Awards broadcast on the E! network Sunday night.
Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War was named Movie of 2018 and Action Movie of 2018, while Marvel's Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman and Danai Gurira were named Male Movie Star and Action Movie Star of 2018, respectively. Infinity War's Scarlett Johansson was named Female Movie Star of 2018.
Marvel is owned by Disney, the parent company of ABC News.
On the musis side, BTS was named the Group of the Year and their song "Icon" won both The Song of the Year and Music Video of the Year. Rapper Nicki Minaj picked up awards for Female Artist of the Year and Album of the Year, for Queen.
Here are the winners at the People's Choice Awards:
The Movie of 2018 Avengers: Infinity War
The Comedy Movie of 2018 The Spy Who Dumped Me
The Action Movie of 2018 Avengers: Infinity War
The Drama Movie of 2018 Fifty Shades Freed
The Family Movie of 2018 Incredibles 2
The Drama Movie Star of 2018 Jamie Dornan, Fifty Shades Freed
The Male Movie Star of 2018 Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther
The Female Movie Star of 2018 Scarlett Johansson, Avengers: Infinity War
The Comedy Movie Star of 2018 Melissa McCarthy, Life of the Party
The Action Movie Star of 2018 Danai Gurira, Black Panther
The Show of 2018 Shadowhunters
The Drama Show of 2018 Riverdale
The Comedy Show of 2018 Orange is The New Black
The Revival Show of 2018 Dynasty
The Reality Show of 2018 Keeping Up with the Kardashians
The Competition Show of 2018 The Voice
The Male TV Star of 2018 Harry Shum Jr., Shadowhunters
The Female TV Star of 2018 Katherine McNamara, Shadowhunters
The Drama TV Star of 2018 Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
The Comedy TV Star of 2018 Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
The Daytime Talk Show of 2018 The Ellen DeGeneres Show
The Nighttime Talk Show of 2018 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
The Competition Contestant of 2018 Maddie Poppe, American Idol
The Reality TV Star of 2018 Khloe Kardashian, Keeping Up with the Kardashians
The Bingeworthy Show of 2018 Shadowhunters
The Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show of 2018 Wynonna Earp
The Male Artist of 2018 Shawn Mendes
The Female Artist of 2018 Nicki Minaj
The Group of 2018 BTS
The Song of 2018 BTS, "Idol"
The Album of 2018 Nicki Minaj: Queen
The Country Artist of 2018 Blake Shelton
The Latin Artist of 2018 CNCO
The Music Video of 2018 BTS: "Idol"
The Concert Tour of 2018 Taylor Swift: Reputation
The Social Star of 2018 Shane Dawson
The Beauty Influencer of 2018 James Charles
The Social Celebrity of 2018 BTS
The Animal Star of 2018 Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund
The Comedy Act of 2018 Kevin Hart
The Style Star of 2018 Harry Styles
The Game Changer of 2018 Serena Williams
The Pop Podcast of 2018 Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley & Tanya Rad
The Most Hype Worthy Canadian of 2018 Tessa Virture & Scott Moir
L'influenceur Pop Culture Francais de 2018 Lufy
Honorary Icon Award Recipients
The People's Icon of 2018 Melissa McCarthy
The People's Champion of 2018 Bryan Stevenson, social activist and founder of Equal Justice Initiative
Gene Page/AMC(NEW YORK) -- Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead reinforced the shocker at the end of last week's show: that years have passed since Rick vanished and was presumed dead.
Michonne still mourning Rick, she speaks to his memory, as if praying.
Daryl wakes up in a run-down tent and kills a fish with a spear -- before killing a walker with the same stick.
Next, we see Carol, her famously short hair has grown to her shoulders. She looks happy, waking up next to Ezekiel, who's sleeping in, in the Kingdom.
Scavenging, Michonne finds an abandoned van and a cigar box full of trinkets, including a little cowboy toy that looks like Rick. Little bits of life offer hope, she voices over -- like a bird that plucks a worm from a walker to feed its babies.
She hasn't given up hope, she explains to Rick's memory. "For you."
Aaron, Rosita, and Eugene look for Judith, who returns with the newbies she rescued. We see Eugene of all people, stepping up and killing a few walkers.
Judith insists they take the new people with them to Alexandria, against the others' protests.
Back at Kingdom, Young -- not so young, anymore -- Henry has apparently been adopted as Ezekiel's son, with Carol his surrogate, if not slightly reluctant mom.
The new survivors can't believe how civilized Alexandria is; the natives are nervous about the newbs.
Michonne rides in, and wants to know why the rules were broken to bring them in. She insists they stay in a holding pen until a council can vet them.
Henry leaves the Kingdom to go someplace with Carol. His "dad" sees them off.
The folks go before the council, which includes Fr. Gabriel, Aaron, Michonne as the head of security, and Sidiq the doctor; the newcomers plead their cases as to why they should stay.
Michonne spots a prison tattoo on Magna, one of the newcomers, who insists she's got nothing to hide. Michonne knows she's hiding a knife. Magna is, in her belt buckle. The newcomer exposed, Michonne storms off.
Later, Father Gabriel and Rosita discuss Michonne, hoping she'll change her mind. They plot boosting their radio signal to try to find others. Then she kisses him. Times have certainly changed.
Michonne is talking to herself, but really to Rick; Judith spies on her doing so.
As Henry and Carol travel by wagon, he hears a woman screaming. Carol protests but he streaks away, only to be hoodwinked...It's a trap. Carol tries to save him, but a door opens to reveal Jed and his band of Saviors that left Rick's gang years ago.
They hijack the good guys' gear.
Because Carol spared him back in the day, Jed explains, he offers to let them live -- but asks for her engagement ring. Henry takes offense; lifts his staff up and hits Jed with it; Henry gets whomped, but Carol throws herself on him, and hands over the ring.
At Alexandria, Judith is doing math homework, with the help of Negan through his jail window. He's looking far better than when we last saw him. They joust a little, with Negan wondering why a word problem about an airplane leaving at particular times should concern her, seeing as there are no airplanes anymore.
Elsewhere, young Henry asks his mom why she gave up so easily, noting how much of a fighter she used to be.
Meanwhile, Eugene and Rosita work on their radio relay, when Eugene spots an approaching herd from the top of a water tower. He tries to high tail it off the ladder, but drops his gear. It makes a loud enough bang that their horses scatter. A portion of the ladder falls off, and he leaps, hurting his knee.
In holding, the newbies debate what they should do: the girl who had the knife, Magna, wants to fight the only impediment to staying in Alexandria: Michonne.
Elsewhere, a woman walks in the dark and puts down a gas can. She plucks the match from a sleeping Jed's mouth.
He wakes. "The ring I could have given you," Carol says, match in hand. But that stuff you took belongs to people I knew. People who aren't here anymore."
"You'll never see us again," Jed pleads.
"I know," Carol says, lighting the match and setting the whole barn full of Savior outcasts on fire, burning them alive. Warrior Carol is back.
Meanwhile, at Alexandria, Magna tries sneaking into Michonne's home, knife in hand. Seeing Michonne with a little kid -- apparently hers with Rick, another shocker -- she thinks differently. Magna knocks on the door and hands over her folding knife. "You missed one," she says, before affirming that Michonne was right about her, that she's done terrible things. "We've all done things," Michonne admits.
Meanwhile, inside, Judith, holding her dad's massive Colt, tries to understand why Michonne hasn't helped the newbies.
Meanwhile, Rosita and a hobbled Eugene try to flee the approaching horde.
Back on the road, young Henry apologizes for implying his mother was weak. Then he spots the ring that's back on his finger, and he understands. They're apparently heading to a place off the map. Then they spot Daryl. "Need a ride, stranger?" she smiles.
We see Michonne dressing herself in Rick's old shirt, taking comfort in it.
Meanwhile, the newbies bid Alexandria a farewell, but just then, Michonne announces a change of plans. They're taking the group to the Hilltop colony.
Rosita and Eugene scramble to a muddy riverbank, walkers in pursuit. The humans cover themselves in mud to mask their scent. And we hear, for the first time, a walker talking to the others, rasping, "They must be close. Don't let them get away!"
The Walking Dead returns Sunday, November 18 at 9 p.m. Eastern on AMC.
NBC/Will Heath(NEW YORK) -- Pete Davidson apologized -- in person -- to Lt. Cmdr. Dan Crenshaw during Saturday Night Live’s "Weekend Update" segment, one week after joking about the candidate's eye patch. "On behalf of me and the show, I apologize," Davidson said.
Davidson joked about Crenshaw, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, during a segment on "Weekend Update" last week. Davidson showed photos of various candidates for the midterm elections, including one of Crenshaw.
"You may be surprised to hear that he's a congressional candidate from Texas and not a hitman in a porno movie," Davidson joked. "I'm sorry. I know he lost his eye in war or whatever."
Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL, lost his right eye when an IED exploded during a tour of Afghanistan in 2012. After he recovered from his injury, he returned to duty minus the injured eye. He earned two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart during his military career -- and he just won his congressional race.
After Davidson's on-air apology Saturday night, Congressman-elect Crenshaw made a surprise appearance at the "Weekend Update" desk.
"Thank you so much for coming," Davidson said.
"Thank you for making a Republican look good," Crenshaw responded.
Davidson again apologized to Crenshaw, who won his race for Texas' 2nd Congressional District on Tuesday by defeating Democrat Todd Litton.
On Saturday's show, Crenshaw's phone began ringing with the Ariana Grande song "Breathin." Davidson, of course, recently broke up with the pop star after getting engaged earlier this year.
"You gonna answer that?" Davidson asked. "I'm just gonna let it ring," Crenshaw responded.
"Do you know her?" Crenshaw asked.
Crenshaw then cut a few jokes about Davidson's appearance, including that he looked like, "a troll doll with a tapeworm."
He closed by asking Americans to forgive one another and to tell a veteran "never forget." He also thanked Davidson's father -- a firefighter who died on September 11 -- for his sacrifice.
Universal(LOS ANGELES) -- The Grinch brought in the green this weekend, topping the box office with an estimated $66 million debut. The CGI-animated take on Dr. Seuss' classic 1957 book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas -- with Benedict Cumberbatch voicing the titular character -- posted the third biggest opening for an animated film in November, behind The Incredibles and Frozen, with $70.4 million $67.39 million, respectively.
Internationally, the film earned an estimated $12.7 million overseas, for a total of $78.7 million worldwide as of Sunday night.
Last week's top film, Bohemian Rhapsody, landed at number two in its second week of release, delivering an estimated $30.85 million. That brings its stateside totals to over $100 million, which added to its estimated $63 million internationally, for a global tally of more than $185 million.
It's not until third place that we find the second of this week's new major releases, the J.J Abrams horror film Overlord, with an estimated $10.1 million.
In the fourth position was Disney's The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, delivering an estimated $9.56 million and bringing its totals here in the states to over $35 million. Outside the U.S., the film picked up an estimated $13.5 million, for a total of $96.7 million worldwide .
The Girl in the Spider's Web -- the third of this week's new major releases -- starring Claire Foy -- rounded out the top five with an estimated $8 million.
The Front Runner, starring Hugh Jackman opened in four theaters last Tuesday and earned $56,000. It expands to 48 locations next week.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated domestic box office earnings:
1. The Grinch, $66 million 2. Bohemian Rhapsody, $30.85 million 3. Overlord, $10.1 million 4. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, $9.6 million 5. Girl in the Spider’s Web, $8 million 6. A Star Is Born, $8 million 7. Nobody’s Fool, $6.5 million 8. Venom, $4.85 million 9. Halloween. $3.8 million 10. The Hate U Give, $2.07 million