For the kid gangsta Bow Wow, star of Warner Bros.' "Lottery Ticket," living the Hollywood dream has become his own lotto ticket.
Femme auds powered weekend's domestic box office, expanding film beyond its expected male demo.
With few new day-and-date entries to tempt overseas auds, Warner Bros.' 'Inception' stays on top.
Warner Bros. announced today that it has pushed back its Drew Barrymore-Justin Long starrer "Going the Distance."
CBS Films has added Jason Statham starrer "The Mechanic" to its 2011 slate, dating the pic for release on Jan. 28.
Disney has staked out prime B.O. real estate in 2012 for 3D titles "Frankenweenie" and "John Carter of Mars."
You know Hollywood has developed a laissez-faire attitude toward porn when XXX stars draw more attention than feature film celebs.
"The Other Guys" topped domestic box office with an estimated $35.6 million at 3,651 playdates.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug1Daily: $6.3M Cumulative: $86.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 1.50%
Frozen2Daily: $2.0M Cumulative: $168.4M Disney 27.12%