What Fox lacked in prestige in 2004, it made up for in box office. Studio co-chairmen Tom Rothman and Jim Gianopulos presided over their second record-breaking year of revenue, and their slate of…
When it comes to this season's director races -- particularly the Oscars -- the big question revolves around Martin Scorsese.
After a lackluster 2003, DreamWorks bounced back in 2004, led by "Shrek 2," the highest-grossing animated film in history. "I feel we hit the trifecta this year," says DreamWorks Animation CEO…
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As the New Year takes root and industry cognoscenti trade "best of" lists like so much chain mail, finding a consensus best picture for 2004 is proving to be a slippery, elusive business.
Perhaps reflecting auds' election-year appetites in '04, Indiewood watched as two titans tailored for red and blue states unexpectedly broke records left and right at America's multiplexes.
Warner saw the pleasures and the pitfalls of its tentpole strategy in 2004, hitting the heights with "Harry Potter" and the lows with "Catwoman." Still, it became the first studio to cross the $2…
Universal struggled through a lackluster 2004 -- then auds decided they were ready to "Meet the Fockers." Pic's boffo year-end box office -- $70 million in the first week alone -- arrived just in…
With "Spider-Man 2" spinning a web of success, Sony finished first at the box office in 2004, hauling in $1.3 billion.
Paramount's defining event of 2004 came on Election Day, when Kerry supporter Sherry Lansing announced that she was leaving the chairman's slot after 12 years.
Celebs braved downpours to celebrate the Critics Choice kudocast Monday night at the Wiltern. Broadcast critics honored Jamie Foxx, Hilary Swank and the night's biggest winner, "Sideways."
On the bright side, it was a year of stability in New Line Cinema's executive suites. But, boy, did those honchos miss their precious Peter Jackson.