Time fortunately remained on the side of the Rolling Stones at Dodger Stadium the night before Thanksgiving, but given the litany of personal issues (health scares, rehab, deaths in the family) since…
Among the best overviews of prolific musician Frank Zappa's canon is a series of live perfs titled "You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore." His death in 1993 unfortunately reinforced that notion, but…
The Chinese calendar may indicate the current Year of the Dog as having followed the Year of the Rooster, but for diehard fans, it's been one prolonged and glorious Year of the Crowes since the group…
Country radio may not be helping them much lately, but that didn't stop Dixie Chicks from claiming a third No. 1 album in their career as "Taking the Long Way" (Columbia) debuted with sales of…
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' ninth studio album may have cooled in its second week to the tune of 65% fewer records sold, but the two-CD, Rick Rubin-produced "Stadium Arcadium" (Warner Bros.) retained…
Fans of '80s music are an accepting and forgiving bunch these days. As long as a given band can reasonably re-create its hits live, who's to quibble about its lineup? No more so was this attitude…
Juvenile's "Reality Check" (Atlantic) sold 174,000 copies in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, earning the New Orleans-based rapper his first No. 1 record.
Holiday shoppers continued to believe in the gift of "Now! That's What I Call Music Vol. 20," returning the album to the top of the nation's sales chart for the week ended Sunday.
In what was a far yet deafening cry from the normal wine-and-cheese Hollywood Bowl outing, two muscular rock outfits -- Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age -- proceeded to have their way with…
Matched against several surprising bows, the 19th edition of "Now That's What I Call Music!" (Capitol) easily retained its top spot on the nation's album chart, moving 236,000 copies in its second…
Domestic Film DAILY
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Lucy1Daily:$5.0M Cumulative:$48.9M Universal Pictures -57.86%
Hercules2Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$33.1M Paramount Pictures -60.81%
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$2.2M Cumulative:$174.7M Fox -58.37%