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

Kanye West Ripped by Garbage’s Shirley Manson in Open Letter
Kanye West’s antics at the Grammys didn’t exactly sit well with the Internet. Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson posted an open letter to Kanye, who she called a “complete tw*t,” on her Facebook page.

Will Smith Calls ‘After Earth’ the ‘Most Painful Failure’ of His Career
Will Smith has opened up about “After Earth,” the 2013 sci-fi film in which his son Jaden Smith also starred, calling it the “most painful failure” of his career.

Box Office: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Torches Records With $94.4 Million Debut
“Fifty Shades of Grey” made moviegoers its slave over Presidents Day weekend, shattering records and heating up the box office with a staggering $94.4 million debut over the four-day holiday.

Spider-Man Returns to Marvel; New Movie Coming in 2017
In a reboot of the “Spider-Man” franchise, Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced a new partnership with Marvel Studios that brings Spider-Man into the Marvel universe.

Vince Vaughn Says ‘True Detective’ Season 2 is ‘Very Different’
Now that “True Detective” has set its cast for season two (Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Kelly Reilly), the stars are finally starting to open up about the show’s hotly anticipated return.

This Week in Entertainment 1929

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its first awards on Feb. 18, 1929, honoring films from 1927 and 1928. The ceremony was held months later on May 16, at a private dinner at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, hosted by then-AMPAS president Douglas Fairbanks. Winners were best picture “Wings,” actor Emil Jannings for “The Last Command” and “The Way of All Flesh,” and actress Janet Gaynor for “Seventh Heaven,” “Street Angel” and “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans.”

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