Emile Hirsch has come on board the indie coming of age comedy “Ten Thousand Saints” opposite Asa Butterfield, Hailee Steinfeld and Ethan Hawke. Production is slated start Monday. The film will be…
Universal's “Lone Survivor,” based on the memoir by Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, held a premiere on Dec. 3 at New York's Ziegfeld Theater that doubled as a tribute to the men who lost their lives in…
The McKittrick Hotel's creaking elevator and stone-faced porter lent a speakeasy air to Dec. 1's "Bonnie & Clyde" premiere party, hosted by A&E, Lifetime, History Channel, and Gotham Magazine…
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$5.6M Cumulative:$24.3M Sony / Screen Gems -42.28%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Daily:$4.2M Cumulative:$15.9M Warner Brothers -44.30%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$306.0M Disney -46.66%
“The Motel Life,” starring Emile Hirsch and Dakota Fanning, heads the slate unveiled by newly minted distributor Random Media, launched by veteran executive Eric Doctorow. Random, which is aiming to…
Emile Hirsch has been cast as John Belsuhi in Steve Conrad's untitled biopic about the larger-than-life comic actor. Emjag's Alexandra Milchan, Bonnie Timmermann, Film 360's Scott Lambert and Judy…
A+E Networks is pulling out the broadcast stops for two-night miniseries “Bonnie & Clyde,” announcing that Lifetime, A&E and History will all simulcast the program. Simulcasts are often seen for…
With Mark Wahlberg's “2 Guns” aiming for the top spot at the box office this weekend, Universal is taking advantage of his spotlight by releasing the trailer for his next pic, “Lone Survivor” which…
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to David Gordon Green's offbeat comedy "Prince Avalanche," which premiered on Sundance at Sundance. Company is eyeing a summer theatrical release.
A warmly enjoyable dual-character study whose mix of comedic and serious elements should get the good reviews needed to bolster middling commercial prospects.
A film so full of explanatory flashbacks and animated sequences visualizing its characters' invented yarns that their real dramas are almost obscured.