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The awards triumph of "The Artist" is boosting more than the egos and fortunes of its creative team.
Thanks to a major push in key markets like Russia, Germany and Spain, "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" collected top coin over the Feb. 24-26 weekend, grossing $18.8 million for an international…
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Again and again over the past week, "Real Time" host Bill Maher has reminded journalists and talkshow hosts of just why he wrote a $1 million check to a pro-President Obama SuperPAC: He wanted to…
Canuck film funding agency Telefilm Canada announced Friday a private fund to finance homegrown filmmaking.
The publicity garnered by "The Phantom of the Opera" over its 10,000th performance a couple of weeks ago may be paying off: The 24-year-old Broadway stalwart saw sales spike in Week 39 (Feb. 20-26)…
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