After scoring with “Despicable Me 2” this summer, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment will release a spin off movie starring the franchise’s yellow Minions to July 10, 2015. The film…
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Capitalizing on "The 20/20 Experience," the year's bestselling album to date, Justin Timberlake will launch a second RCA album on Sept. 30, prefacing a Live Nation-promoted world tour kicking off…
The flight of Albanians to Italy two decades ago is the subject of Rolando Sejko's "Anija. The Ship," a docu whose similarity to Daniele Vicari's recent "The Human Cargo" could limit its exposure…
Initially, Lez Brotherston's grand, gothic design outdoes the drama but Bourne's more dynamic and dangerous second half creates dance for the "Twilight" generation.
Amy Herzog speaks well for herself. In "The Great God Pan," the scribe takes a serious topic -- the long-term consequences of childhood sexual abuse -- and addresses it with intelligence and…
Pic rivets for most of its running time by focusing on how one female CIA agent with a far-out hunch was instrumental in bringing down America's most wanted fugitive.
Not afraid of a crowded Christmastime marketplace, Disney has bumped up its 3D treatment of "Monsters, Inc." to Dec. 19 from an originally slated Jan. 18, 2013, release date.
On the heels of the pic's Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics has set Michael Haneke's "Amour" for release on Dec. 19 in New York and Los Angeles.
Consumer demand for flat-screen TVs, new videogame systems and other high-end electronics drove interest in home entertainment on the whole and helped push DVD sales above last year during the…
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