As the world braced for war, U.S. distribs were sticking to their release plans overseas but understandably feeling antsy about the duration of the battle and its impact on cinemagoing.
The Government has admitted that a second pay TV operator in Singapore may not be viable, despite announcing that another license was up for grabs at December's Asia Television Forum.
Pan-Africa paybox M-Net has gathered 2,000 applicants from 12 countries who want to compete in "Big Brother Africa," the first multi-country version of the reality stalwart.
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While the "Terminator" and the feisty gals of "Charlie's Angels" will be dueling for audiences in the U.S. just a week apart this summer, those juggernauts won't be within spitting distance of each…
There must be comfort in numbers. After a long, disastrous stretch of short, unprofitable runs, Off Broadway is giving it yet another go. The major commercial houses (299 to 499 seats) are booked…
China has declared 2003 the Year of the Cable Network and will roll out six premium channels this year.
In Hollywood, superheroes have feet of clay. Less than three weeks before the start of principal photography on "The Amazing Spider-Man," star Tobey Maguire told Columbia Pictures that his back might…
A quick bounce back to its production heyday may be too much for Hong Kong's film industry to hope for, but a gradual rise may suffice. Plagued by falling production numbers -- 92 last year, down…
Broadway grosses ballooned during Week 42 (March 10-16), as the musicals returned to full performance skeds after the four-day musicians' strike.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Weekend:$16.4M Fox