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Hollywood Minute - August 4, 2014

Who's Sony going to call? And superheroes dominate the box office this weekend.
The "Ghostbusters" franchise may be getting a reboot.
Variety reports Sony has approached "Bridesmaids" director, Paul Feig to helm the film... but no formal negotiations have taken place.
And to shake things up, Feig is said to want an all-female cast of "Ghostbusters."

There was a Kennedy wedding this weekend.
People magazine reports that actress Cheryl Hines said "I do" to Robert F. Kennedy Junior at the family's Hyannisport compound.
The couple had dated for more than two years.
Guests included Hines' former co-star Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Kevin Nealon.

The box office made huge money this weekend.
Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" demolished expectations, raking in almost $100 million in the U.S. and more than $160 worldwide.
"Lucy" dropped down to number two this week, making less than $20-million after a strong opening last weekend.
And the James Brown biopic "Get on Up" rounded out the top three, bringing in a little over $14-million.

(Azadeh Ansari for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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