Based on the performances of the holiday films to date, the majors got the season at least half right, resulting in a $ 74,620,966 New Year's weekend for the top 10 films, 6% ahead of last year's $…
The new year starts with an "A" for "Aladdin." The Buena Vista blockbuster soared into first place for the first time, pulling ahead of the pack with an estimated $ 15.5 million to $ 16 million, up…
Star power and its ramifications is the talk of this holiday season.
With four sure-bet $ 100 million-plus grossers leading the pack and the recent record-breaking Thanksgiving weekend, expectectations were high that Christmas weekend would at least hold even with…
The Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival, Jan. 7-17, has announced the rest of its lineup, which includes three world premieres.
Every silver lining has a cloud. And as Christmas nears, there's some darkening in the heretofore clear holiday box office skies.
The first signs of holiday box office bah-humbug blew in like an ill wind this past weekend with chilly debuts for three films, Fox's "Toys," Paramount's "Leap of Faith" and Warner Bros.' "Forever…
The entertainment industry lost one of its entrepreneurial visionaries yesterday when Steven J. Ross, chairman and co-chief executive of Time Warner Inc., succumbed to prostate cancer. He was 65.
Christmas comes but once a year, unfortunately. Fortunately, it comes every year.
Even the traditional pre-Christmas holiday doldrums couldn't obscure the signals of a powerhouse Thanksgiving/Christmas season. With the exception of Buena Vista's "The Distinguished Gentleman," all…
"A Few Good Men" commandeered a few million good men and women to hit the beach running with an estimated $ 16 million debut on 1,925 screens--making it the biggest December opening except for last…
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