The Daily Scoop: 3-9-2015
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Roof collapses at college party; eight people injured
A dramatic video shows a roof collapse at a party near California Polytechnic University that left at least eight people injured.
Police received reports of a loud party at an off-campus residence just before 5 a.m. Saturday morning.
The party was coordinated through social media and drew several thousand party-goers.
Just before 6:30 a-m, a roof collapsed under the weight of 30 to 40 people.
At least seven people were treated for cuts and bruises, but the most serious injury involved a person’s thigh being impaled by a piece of debris.
None of the injuries that resulted from the collapse were life threatening.
You didn’t see Stamos??
John Stamos is officially a super spy!
The 51-year-old actor paid a visit to his old digs and what is now an iconic pop culture landmark – the San Francisco house seen in the opening theme of the cult ’80s and ’90s family sitcom “Full House,” the series that made him famous.
His presence appeared to have been completely unnoticed by a group of visitors.
Stamos, who played uncle Jesse on the show, posted on his Instagram page a photo of himself standing on the sidewalk near the residence while three people are seen closer to the foot of a flight of brick stairs leading up to the townhouse.
Stamos wrote “boy, these youngsters have zero idea what they’re missing,” #fullhouse and #turnaround.
Tough weekend for new movies
None of the new movies or previous releases set the box office on fire this weekend, and business was down nearly 40% from the same weekend last year.
“Chappie” was number one among the underperformers.
The Hugh Jackman flick about a police robot that learns to think and feel emotions earned 13.3 million dollars in its debut.
Will smith’s “Focus” took second place after opening in the top spot last weekend.
The dark comedy about a con artist who falls in love with his apprentice had $10 million in ticket sales.
“The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” was the number three film.
The retiree comedy starring Maggie smith and Judi Dench earned just over $8.5 million.