Tourists are flocking to the U.K. locations that were used for films such as the "Harry Potter" series, "The Da Vinci Code," "Pride & Prejudice" and "Gosford Park," according to a new report.
The crisis gripping British TV, sparked by scandals over rigged phone lines and faked documentary footage, has not diminished the reputation U.K. TV enjoys in the U.S.
At first glance, the Aug. 21 premiere of Lionsgate's Russell Crowe-Christian Bale Western "3:10 to Yuma" at the National Theater in Westwood seemed like a typical Hollywood debut.
As the housing market shifts, so does cable's cottage industry of real estate shows.
Jon Stewart is riffing on them. The presidential campaigns are grousing about them. But viewers are still tuning in -- especially for the Democratic debates.
There was a time not long ago when comedy ruled Tuesday night, with two or three -- and at one time four -- broadcast nets going head to head with sitcom blocks.
"Ratatouille" has hit 3 billion yen ($25.9 million) in Japan, according to distrib Walt Disney Japan, the first Hollywood toon released in summer to pass the mark since "The Lion King," which bowed…
Everyone knows young Americans are fond of jokes about their privates. The question is, are foreign auds equally fascinated with horny young Americans ?
Nearly 6 million artifacts constituting the Library of Congress' vast film and audio collection used to be dispersed in warehouses in five different locations. Not any more, courtesy of a recent…
When the inaugural Rome Film Festival was announced, back in 2005, there was a distinct sense of puzzlement, bordering in some quarters (and not all of them Venetian) upon actual irritation.
Domestic Film DAILY
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.1M Cumulative:$56.2M Warner Brothers -26.61%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$39.6M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -15.75%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$56.9M Universal Pictures -21.36%