Week in Review & This Week in Entertainment: Nov. 9

‘Saturday Night Live’ Pays Tribute to Paris In Opening Segment
“Saturday Night Live” opened this week with a brief, moving tribute to the city of Paris delivered by cast member Cecily Strong, clad in a black dress.

Rob Lowe Mocks France on Twitter Amidst Deadly Attacks
While many celebrities expressed only sadness about the tragedy in Paris, Rob Lowe took to Twitter to criticize France’s political response to the situation.

Shia LaBeouf Live-Streams Himself Watching All of His Movies
Actor Shia LaBeouf has set Twitter ablaze once again, this time for live-streaming himself as he watches all of the movies he’s starred in.

Late-Night Ratings: Jimmy Kimmel Overtakes Stephen Colbert for First Time
After weeks of lagging CBS’ shiny new “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” in the late-night ratings race, ABC veteran “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is starting to make some noise — edging ahead of original episodes of the Eye program for the first time.

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Sequels to Shoot Back-to-Back
With pre-production currently under way and production set to start in early 2016, Universal Studios has decided to shoot sequels “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed” back-to-back with James Foley at the helm.

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This Week in Entertainment 2001
The film adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s wildly popular “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” made its debut on Nov. 16, 2001, and, not surprisingly, it bewitched the box office, making more than $90 million in its first three days alone. All of the film adaptations mirrored the success of the books and propelled title wizard Daniel Radcliffe into superstardom.

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