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Entertainment News Pop: 'Blue Jasmine' is Woody Allen's Best Opening Ever

July 29, 2013

Playing on just six screens in the country, Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine made $612,767 this weekend. That's an average of $102,128 per screen, making it the biggest limited release of the year. It's also Allen's strongest opening to date, in terms of per screen average. She may have been in town to introduce her movie, but Angelina Jolie used a public forum in Japan to draw attention to a human-rights issue she's passionate about.The actress, who was in Tokyo to promote the Japanese premiere of her directorial debut In the Land of Blood and Honey, spoke out about sexual violence against women?a key theme in the movie. Telenovela star William Levy will make his return to Spanish-language TV. The Cuban-American actor, who took a two-year hiatus to compete on ABC's Dancing With the Stars and other projects, is starring in Univision's novela La Tempestad.