Entertainment: Arnold Schwarzenegger , John Wick, Amy Hanaialii and Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

Arnold attacked, John Wick is #1, Amy has new album and Iz would have been 60

Entertainment: Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Wick, Amy Hanaiali'i & Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Arnold Schwarzenegger was attacked in South Africa over the weekend. Someone drop kicked him out of nowhere ... at an event promoting his annual Arnold Classic. Schwarzenegger was taking a Snapchat video ... when the man attacks him. Here's the thing though ... the terminator was *barely affected. Arnold later said he thought he was just jostled by the crowd. He didn't even realized he was kicked until he saw the video. And remember - Schwarzenegger is 71-years-old. He says he won't press charges against his attacker.

There’s a new number one at the box office...After an historic opening run, “Avengers: Endgame” has finally be dethroned. “John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum” took first place at the box office, bringing in 57-million dollars in North America. The movie stars part-hawaiian award winning actor Keanu Reeves. It also got good reviews -- getting an A+ from CinemaScore. Meanwhile, Endgame has made about 2-point-6 billion dollars so far -- still behind Avatar’s 2-point-8 billion dollar record.

Amy Hanaialii has her new album; set for release on May 31. The name of the album is “Kalawai’anui”; this will be her first self-produced album and her 15th studio album. Guest artist on the release: Grammy Nominee Josh Tatofi

Israel Ka’ano’i Kamakawiwo’ole would have been 60 years old today. We the voices behind the faces, of the Hawaiian nation, the Hawaiian race. The Iconic Hawaii Recording Artist was a member of the Makaha Sons Of Ni’ihau with among others, his brother Skippy. They were part of the second renaissance of Hawaiian Music in the 1970′s. Israel went solo in the during the resurgence of Hawaiian music and culture in the 1990′s. His release “Facing Future” still remains the #1 selling Hawaiian music release in the history of Hawaiian music. “Facing Future” sole more than one million copies and reached Platinum status in 2005 -it’s the only Hawaiian music album to do so. His legacy continues to live on ...Most people either remember or grew up listening to Braddah Iz ... and know his music or can name his songs.

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