On the set of "Beauty Coach," a show on Latino streaming network MiTu, one may hear a surprising thing: English.
Dimension Films has acquired U.S. rights to horror pic “Pest” from IM Global and low-budget horror shingle Blumhouse Prods. IM Global's genre division Octane will fully finance the project, which…
Sony just got the green light for “Smurfs 2″ to play in China, but there's one big problem facing the studio: China hasn't paid Hollywood in months. Sony is up against an issue that has plagued the…
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Daily:$5.8M Cumulative:$281.2M Disney -16.98%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$166.3M Paramount Pictures -21.00%
If I Stay
If I Stay3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$32.3M Warner Brothers / New Line -25.19%
Less than a week after it appeared online, New York Times Magazine article “Sleep-away Camp for Postmodern Cowboys” has landed at Universal Pictures. Scott Stuber was competing for rights to the…
CBS and Time Warner Cable have agreed to avert a looming blackout of CBS-owned stations on TW Cable systems by agreeing to a four-day extension of the deadline in their retrans contract negotiations…
As the ink dries on its new agreement with Universal, Legendary Entertainment is closing a deal to bring more money to its fresh partnership. Thomas Tull's production shingle is upsizing its JP…
After shutting the door on a number of big-budget Hollywood films, China has given the greenlight to Sony's “Smurfs” sequel, sources close to the film told Variety. Sony declined to comment. The…
The original producers of “Dumb and Dumber” have fired back at producers of the sequel, claiming that a “pattern of unlawful and unethical behavior” has kept them off a project with which they have…
Sacha Baron Cohen has ankled GK Films' untitled Freddie Mercury biopic over "creative differences," his manager confirmed to Variety.
Dire predictions swirled around this year's slate of pricey pics. Now, after a number of colossal flops, Hollywood is left to wonder if its swing-for-the-fences paradigm has struck out.