Facebook's vast trove of user data is making its way to Hollywood — and it's hitting the dance floor first. The social media giant has lined up its first-ever entertainment partnership with ABC's…
“Breaking Bad” broke the Twitter dam with its third-to-last episode that ratcheted up the intensity level even by the show's own high standards. “Ozymandias,” written by Moira Walley-Beckett and…
LMNO Prods. has expanded the roles of three key executives as a part of a broader corporate restructuring. Ed Horwitz has transitioned to the newly created position of exec veep of international…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$7.8M Cumulative:$32.5M Fox -42.23%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$2.9M Cumulative:$12.8M Universal Pictures -42.27%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$2.7M Cumulative:$11.6M Warner Brothers -44.36%
AMC Entertainment struck out with two recent attempts to mount an IPO, but the timing may finally be right as Wall Street anticipates a new round of consolidation among the nation's top exhibs. The…
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
Despite an effective Jim Caviezel, this anecdotal drama never rises above the level of lightly likable.
The distance between Hollywood and Silicon Valley is being bridged by people like Seacrest and Systrom, who are emblematic of an ongoing cross-pollination between these two worlds.
The first city-based domain extension for websites, .la, was released Monday with the aim of attracting Los Angeles and the entertainment industry. GoDaddy, the world's largest domain registrar, will…
Looking into their crystal ball, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg predicted the imminent arrival of a radically different entertainment landscape, including pricey movie tickets, a vast migration of…
A founding member and unofficial leader of the Japanese pop mega-group Kat-tun, formed in 2001, Kazuya Kamenashi was signed, at the age of 12 by Johnny's Entertainment talent agency in 1998.