A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. One Direction: This Is Us Distributor: Sony Once one reaches a certain…
Michael Cudlitz's first leading role is the sole selling point of this repellent character study.
Warner Bros.’ choice of Ben Affleck as Batman — and its dating of its mega-franchise film for July 17, 2015 — underlines the high stakes faced by Hollywood’s studios as they scramble to secure key…
LONDON — Berlin-based world sales company Films Boutique has acquired world rights to Andrzej Wajda's “Walesa, Man of Hope,” which premieres in Venice out of competition, before screening at the…
The Walt Disney Studios clearly went to the D23 Expo to impress, offering up its big hitters like Thor, Captain America, Maleficent, Cinderella, even Mary Poppins. But as it promoted 11 live action…
Paramount Pictures has tapped Sabrina Ironside to serve as senior VP of brand management. Ironside will oversee Paramount’s film branding activities with retailers, including consumer products and…
Saoirse Ronan is the latest addition to the cast of Ryan Gosling's helming debut "How to Catch a Monster." The Irish actress joins "Doctor Who" star Matt Smith, Eva Mendes and Ben Mendelsohn in the…
Russian box office receipts were up 8% to $1.24 billion in 2012 as cinema continued to defy the global recession.
"Squaresville" was a good place to live Tuesday evening as the Web comedy took three prizes at the Intl. Academy of Web Television awards at the Palazzo Theater in Las Vegas.
As their films snag prizes and sales worldwide, Latin America is turning to another battle: Conquering its own domestic movie market.
Like any good journalist, former newsprint foot soldier Ryan Murphy is filled with curiosity and the drive to tell a good story.
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