Showbiz Wrap 8/25/17

Hollywood, (ABC) - It's going to be an extra slow weekend at the box office. The animated dance drama Leap should be the best of the new bunch - but that's not saying much, as it could struggle to hit 5 million.
And the Bruce Lee homage Birth of the Dragon is looking at 3-5 million. Which means last week's winner, The Hitman's Bodyguard, will likely again hit number one.

The season finale of Game of Thrones airs Sunday night - and here's what we know: the episode title is "The Dragon and The Wolf" and at 79 minutes and 43 seconds, it'll be the longest episode of Game of Thrones to date.
Critics are mixed on the season so far, but the show has seen record ratings.
And you can bet Sunday will continue that streak.
So if you don't care, or don't want spoilers, stay off social media Sunday night.


Every Labor Day for almost 50 years, Jerry Lewis would host the MDA telethon.
And now to honor him, Turner Classic Movies will run a Jerry Lewis Marathon, on Labor Day.
The five film tribute will include such classics as The Nutty Professor, and The Bell Boy.


Many are remembering actor and radio personality Jay Thomas - known for roles on Mork and Mindy, Cheers, and two Emmy wins for Murphy Brown.
Rob Lowe called Thomas an underrated actor and a great guy.
Richard Schiff called him an absolute sweetheart.
And Tom Arnold said they had many inappropriate laughs every time they worked together.
Jay Thomas died of cancer, he was 69.