The show about workplace lottery winners almost immediately lurches into melodrama, spinning off multiple plot threads but few that seem worth following.
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Kristen Wiig's next film is gearing up as Linda Cardellini, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tim Robbins have joined the cast of the Gary Sanchez and Bron Studios comedy “Welcome to Me.” Shira Piven is…
Los Angeles' newly inaugurated mayor, Eric Garcetti, pledged to be a “salesman-in-chief” for the city, including “ending runaway film and TV production for good.” After being sworn in at a ceremony…
Universal is developing “Purge 2″ with Jason Blum following the surprise success of Ethan Hawke starrer “The Purge.” Blumhouse Prods. is in line to receive a $2.25 million tax credit from the state…
A total of 28 productions have been selected to receive California's Film and Television Tax Credit — the same number as was selected last year. California producers submitted 380 applications for…
The U.K. government will invest £6 million ($9.7 million) over two years in skills development for Blighty's creative industries, it was confirmed Wednesday.
LONDON -- Blighty's broadcasters -- specifically satcaster BSkyB and commercial broadcaster ITV -- were called to invest more coin in local movies while indie producers should be able to recoup more…
Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the British Film Institute to invest more lottery money into mainstream films with the potential for commercial success.
Blighty's government is extending the country's 25% film tax credit until the end of 2015.
When Blighty's government unveiled its early blueprint for the future of U.K. film policy on Nov. 29, culture minister Ed Vaizey announced that Film London, the capital's film and media promotional…
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Daily:$3.5M Cumulative:$162.3M Disney -70.34%
Rio 22Daily:$2.7M Cumulative:$42.0M Fox -77.49%
Oculus3Daily:$946,007 Cumulative:$13.0M Relativity Media -64.44%