Director/co-writer David S. Ward ("Major League") may find baseball has been better to him than football, as the signals get crossed in this all-over-the-field sports drama. Attractive leads and the…
The "Home Alone" kid as an amoral, psychotic killer? What next, Barney leveling Tokyo? The bizarre prospect of Macaulay Culkin as a latter-day "bad seed" should prompt enough curiosity to generate…
With Dean Cain seemingly destined to become America's next sex symbol (that's with a big red "S") and co-star Teri Hatcher not far behind, ABC seems to have gotten it right with its most expensive…
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$25.9M Sony / Screen Gems -71.48%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$578,865 Cumulative:$306.6M Disney -72.21%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$522,465 Cumulative:$16.4M Warner Brothers -87.42%
Columbia apparently dragged the river to come up with the script for this Bruce Willis vehicle -- an OK action movie until it sinks under the weight of implausible plotting and over-the-top…
The team behind "Stand and Deliver" has delivered Disney a difficult marketing proposition: a predominantly serious film about subject matter that seems rife with humor.
Actually, ABC has done the show a disservice with its cheeky ad campaign, which may chase off male viewers from a pilot that offers solid action and top-flight special effects.
Vice President Al Gore skewered the competition for "Late Show With David Letterman" on Wednesday, while Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "The Chevy Chase Show" took a 28% fall in its second outing.
ESPN and Major League Baseball have extended their relationship via a new six-year, estimated $ 255 million TV deal that slashes both the annual rights fee and the number of games televised by more…
Kim Basinger finds herself boxed up after all in this vehicle about a female bank robber, which isn't bad but just gets where it's going very slowly. With Basinger and Val Kilmer generating little…
August has been a rough month for CBS sitcoms, with sources saying network officials have indicated that two in-house shows, "The Building" and "The Boys," won't be extended beyond their initial…