Despite the perfect location right in the middle of the strip — and easy to find inside the lobby of the LINQ hotel — 3535 is still a fairly hidden gem, but expect that to change with its playfully…
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Maggie Carey, director of “The To-Do List” has big plans for her 20-year high-school reunion in June at Borah High School in Boise, Idaho. She’s trying to arrange for a screening of the CBS Films…
Sony took its turn to tubthump its 2013 slate Wednesday night at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, with a lively surprise appearance from "Grown Ups 2" cast members Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Salma Hayek…
Six months after stunning Hollywood with its LucasFilm acquisition, Disney announced that it plans to release the next three "Star Wars" films in 2015, 2017 and 2019.
Opting for a pair of big bangs on its summer slate, Paramount opened CinemaCon on Monday night with “Star Trek: Into Darkness” and zombie actioner “World War Z” (pictured above). “Five years ago, I…
With the domestic box office trailing the 2012 pace by double digits, CinemaCon's launching at a crucial time before summer tentpole season starts in a few weeks.
Three years old now the National Assn. of Theater Owners' annual exhibitor conference, CinemaCon, has found its groove, though a rapidly evolving international market keeps the confab on point.
Melissa McCarthy has been chosen as CinemaCon’s Female Star of the Year. The kudo will be presented April 18 at CinemaCon’s awards ceremonies at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. McCarthy will star in Fox…
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