From March Madness to movie madness, here are your top entertainment headlines.

Brackets Busted

March Madness officially tipped off this week, and after just one day of competition a mere 0.06 percent of Yahoo Sports brackets are still 100 percent intact after a slew of first round upsets — including No. 13 Furman University's shocker over No. 4 University of Virginia. According to Yahoo, just 13.5 percent of people selected Furman to win (its first NCAA tourney victory since 1974. Overall, only 23 total brackets on the site remain perfect.

Tyra Banks' New Ventures

Dancing With the Stars may have at least one less host with the departure of Tyra Banks. The model/entrepreneur announced that it may be time to leave the show after three seasons. "I think it's time to graduate from the dance floor to the stock market floor…I think my heart, my soul, is into my business, it's also into producing new TV," Banks told TMZ. Season 32 is expected to air on Disney+ in the fall with Len Goodman also departing after he's been a judge since the 2005 inaugural season.

'Shazam: Fury of the Gods' Previews 

Warner Bros. and DC's Shazam sequel kicked off Thursday night previews with $3.4 million. Fury of the Gods is off to a more lackluster start than the original, which opened with $5.9 million in previews. The global box office outlook only anticipates the film raking up between $35 million and $40 million and reviews of the film have not been particularly glowing. The film cost at least $100 million to produce.

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