UNDATED (CNN) -- Hurricane Sandy dims the lights on Broadway. Plus, fans boo Madonna for her politics. And hostages and monsters take over the Halloween weekend box office.
Fears of dangerous winds and flooding from hurricane sandy are hitting Broadway. All Broadway performances are cancelled through Monday night -- as New York City braces for sandy.
The Broadway League's executive director said in a statement "the safety and security of theatregoers and employees is everyone's primary concern."
The move comes as the Big Apple closed its vast subway, bus, and rail systems.
The Material Girl's political views aren't exactly drawing applause. In fact, Madonna was booed during her concert in New Orleans, after telling the crowd, quote, "I don't care who you vote for as long as you vote for Obama."
But according to several reports, the singer quickly tweaked her tune, explaining she didn't care "Who you vote for...go vote."
The third weekend seems to be the charm for "Argo." Ben Affleck's political thriller finally took the top spot at the box office after two weeks at number 2. "Argo" took in nearly $12.4 million this weekend alone.
But with Halloween creeping up, Dracula and the world's most famous monsters are proving their staying power. The animated Film "Hotel Transylvania" climbed to number 2 spot, raking in $9.5 million.
The big budget, star-studded epic "Cloud Atlas" debuted at number three.