"Hunger Games" thesp Josh Hutcherson will receive the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award at the Big Screen Achievement Awards held April 26 during exhibitor confab CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
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New productions led the way for a spike in Broadway box office in Week 42 (March 12-18) with the first frame of Ricky Martin-toplined "Evita" logging more than $1.1 million despite two canceled…
Five of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 42 (March 12-18). Total box office declined 1% on the frame. During its first week in Boston, "Les Miserables" unseated "Wicked" as the top…
Hebrew was the favorite language Thursday night as Israeli expats and Holy Land film buffs took their seats in the Paramount Theater for the opening night gala at the Israel Film Festival in Los…
Broadway put some spring back in its step in Week 41 (March 5-11), as a seasonal rise in sales helped the Main Stem recover from a tough frame the prior week.
Five of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 41 (March 5-11). Total box office declined 4.48% over the frame. During its fourth week in Tempe, Ariz., "Wicked" was the top earner and…
Four of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 40 (Feb. 27-March 4).
Broadway sustained its worst sesh since the first frame of 2012, with overall box office tumbling more than $3.4 million in Week 40 (Feb. 27-March 4) and attendance down by nearly 25,000, despite the…
The publicity garnered by "The Phantom of the Opera" over its 10,000th performance a couple of weeks ago may be paying off: The 24-year-old Broadway stalwart saw sales spike in Week 39 (Feb. 20-26)…
Three of the 10 shows topped $1 million in Week 39 (Feb. 20-26).
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