That's not really true. LOTS of other people went to see Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner" sequel. It grossed almost $82 million in its opening weekend. But for a movie that cost going on $200 million to make -- and that's been anticipated on and off for 35 years -- those kinds of ticket sales mean it's probably headed toward box-office-flop status. Still, though: It's certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
Other possible topics include:
- A Dove ad showed a black woman turning herself white. The backlash is growing.
- ESPN's Jemele Hill suspended from network for two weeks
- Rose McGowan's Twitter Account Locked After Posts About Weinstein
- Watch Eminem Denounce His Trump-Supporting Fans in a Vicious Rap Verse at the BET Hip Hop Awards
- Rand Richards Cooper - Novelist, essayist, and critic
- Kate Rushin - A teaching artist for the Connecticut Office of the Arts and a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet; her work can be found in The Women's Review of Books and the Cape Cod Poetry Review
- Pedro Soto - Chief operating officer at Space-Craft Manufacturing in New Haven
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.