#TopTrenders: Opening Weekend Predictions


A major transformation of a popular toy and it’s anything but child’s play. Life imitates art as Japanese engineers unveil a massive transformer near Tokyo. The 12-foot tall robot transforms into a car that can actually seat two people. The company says this is the first ever accomplishment in the history of robots. Developers saying they hope to begin utilizing the technology in the entertainment industry, such as amusement park and street parades.

A man in South Carolina is standing outside in his neighborhood wearing a chicken suit and holding a radar gun, telling passing cars to “Slow the Cluck Down.” The man says he’s sick of drivers speeding down the street. He had a pet chicken get hit by a car not too long ago and doesn’t want one of the neighborhood’s kids to be next. He says they’ve gone to the town and state departments of transportation to get the speed limit reduced from 30 to 20 miles per hour, but they haven’t gotten anywhere.

Even before “Avengers: Infinity War” opened in U.S theaters, it was a record breaker! The Marvel movie opened in 21 international markets on Wednesday, and was #1 everywhere, setting marks for the biggest opening day ever in South Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand. With fans ready to storm the Cineplex, analysts are predicting at least $225 million to be spent at the box office for the opening weekend.

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