As cracked as all the pic's Franken-foodstuffs may be, it took guts to fix such an unconventional follow-up, which caters to the very young and very stoned alike.
Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
“The Vow” director Michael Sucsy has come on board Warner Bros.' romantic comedy “40 Days of Dating,” based on the dating blog compiled by New York designers Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman…
As dozens of networks try to lure ad dollars to a bevy of new and renewed shows, AMC is testing another method: drawing attention to its burgeoning slate of "after-shows." The network best known for…
DreamWorks Studios and Participant Media have joined the untitled feature about the Catholic Church's cover-up of its pedophile priests in Massachusetts, uncovered by the Boston Globe. Variety…
With only two weeks left to go, the 2013 awards derby continues to provide us with a string of anomalies. For example: While the majors still talk about belt-tightening, they have spent roughly the…
"Game of Thrones" star Carice van Houten is the latest international thesp to join DreamWorks' untitled Wikileaks movie about Julian Assange, which Bill Condon is directing from a script by Josh…
DreamWorks continues to build a strong international cast for its untitled Wikileaks movie as Swedish thesp Alicia Vikander is in negotiations to star in the Julian Assange biopic.
Malik Bendjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" has won the best feature award from the International Documentary Assn., adding to its lengthy list of kudos.
After a thorough search, DreamWorks is in negotiations with James McAvoy to star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in its untitled WikiLeaks movie that Bill Condon ("Dreamgirls") will direct.
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Frozen2Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $98.9M Disney -0.16%
Homefront3Daily: $701,370 Cumulative: $10.9M Open Road 39.42%