Entertainment News: Beyonce electrifies at Halftime Show

(CBS) - Beyonce wowed the world at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. The pop diva, who performed at President Obama's Inauguration just two weeks ago, played to the biggest crowd of her career. She ran through what she called a condensed version of her career in the 12-minute show. Beyonce will also appear at this Sunday's Grammy Awards. She's nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance. Mumford and Sons will perform at the show - they're nominated for six Grammies including Album of the Year. Also up for that category, Jack White, Fun, The Black Keys and Frank Ocean. You can watch the Grammy's live right here on CBS 19 this Sunday.

(CBS) - The Academy Awards won't be handed out until February 24th, but Hollywood will start feeling that Oscar magic today. The nominees meet and greet each other at today's annual Oscar Luncheon which will be held at the famous Beverly Hilton Hotel. Denzel Washington is up for Best Actor at this year's awards. He got the nod for his high-flying drama "Flight".

(CNN) - "Warm Bodies" - a spoof on the undead genre - came in first, pulling in $20 million dollars in ticket sales. The film stars Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer as a couple trying to make their relationship work - even though he's a zombie. Last week's number one movie ... "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" - slipped to second place, bringing in just over $9.2 million dollars. And rounding out the top three - Oscar nominee "Silver Linings Playbook" - with more than $8.1 million dollars.


(CNN) - Johnny Depp will star in an upcoming crime drama - a familiar genre for the decorated actor. Numerous sources have Depp starring in Barry Levinson's "Black Mass" - where he'll play notorious Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger. The once feared Bulger was arrested in 2011 after more than a decade and a half on the run. Depp has played criminal figures before - such as John Dillinger in 2009's "Public Enemies."


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