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Trending News - Friday 2/17
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In case you missed any trending news this morning!

  • Variety magazine claims Matt Damon's new movie The Great Wall is expected to earn $17 million during its opening weekend. It cost $150 million to produce. The film has already made $171 million overseas.

  • NBC claims no one won Wednesday's Powerball jackpot so tomorrow night's drawing is worth at least $350 million.

  • Fansided claims Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is going to voice a World War II documentary for PBS. The documentary is about the D-Day invasion that took place in Normandy

  • Page Six claims Nick Cannon is now wearing robes and turbans and referring to himself as Reverend Dr. Cannon.

  • Entertainment Weekly claims Chelsea Handler is changing the format of her talk show. A single hour-long episode on Friday will replace the half hour shows she currently has on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

  • Global News claims a Texas man, named Manuel Garcia, has been standing under a Walmart sign for several days hoping it wil fall. The store has a pharmacy sign on the side of the building with a dangling P. Garcia is hoping the P falls and hits him so he can sue Walmart.

A picture of him standing under the sign has garnered more than 18,000 likes

  • The Kips Bay, New York police recently arrested a 33 year-old man after he attacked a restaurant staffer because the restaurant did not carry Miller Lite. The enraged customer tossed a 54 year-old server over a table before fleeing. The customer caused $150 worth of damage. Cops caught the man nearby before charging him with assault and criminal mischief

  • New Yorker Neal Damato is crediting a lucky can of soup for his $5 million lottery win.

He tells Newsday that he bought soup and two lottery tickets while out to lunch with his wife. "I scratched the first ticket outside the store and stood there in disbelief thinking, 'Something's not right here'. I double- and triple-checked, and then went looking for my wife."

Neil opted for the lump sum payment of $2.6 million. Neil and his wife plan to help their kids with their college bills and debts.

Today is National Cabbage Day, National PTA Founders' Day, Random Acts of Kindness Day and World Human Spirit Day

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