In the bad old, good old days, writers had to contend with outright censorship in the form of the Hays Office. Married people had to sleep in separate beds. Criminals were always punished. Kisses had…
Hosannas are ringing through the film industry today. And the jingle of coins is providing the percussion. It was clearly the biggest Thanksgiving weekend ever, led by the whopping $ 40 million…
In what portends a holiday season of superlatives, the top 10 films in the nation's theaters grossed a record-breaking $ 72,256,479 for the pre-Thanksgiving weekend, led by the mighty Macaulay Culkin…
Records are made to be smashed. And the debut of 20th Century Fox's "Home Alone 2" is likely to shatter the week-old platter established by "Dracula" as the biggest non-summer opening ever. The…
The title is "Bram Stoker's Dracula," but with $ 30.5 million in ducats sold over its first three days, Francis Ford Coppola's sex-and-violins extravaganza owes as much to the popularity of Anne…
The holiday fireworks have begun. And there's still another weekend to go before Thanksgiving, the official start of the Yuletide season.
If momentum counts for anything, the holiday season should be a pip.
'Twas the weekend before the first of the Thanksgiving-Christmas movies and all through the nation's movie houses there was quite a stir. Box office recovered well from the previous weekend's…
The International Documentary Congress, which begins today and runs through Saturday, represents a major Hollywood step toward acknowledging the significance of the nonfiction form.
For many years after the networks virtually orphaned the documentary, public television more or less became a foster home for non-fiction programming.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$253.1M Disney -66.09%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$146.8M Paramount Pictures -73.58%
If I Stay
If I Stay3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$16.9M Warner Brothers / New Line -60.81%