WWE Studios is bringing “See No Evil” back to life, producing a sequel with Lionsgate to the horror film that will again star wrestler Kane as a psychopath that goes on a killing spree. “See No Evil”…
It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
Over the past six years, New York Comic Con has operated in the shadows of San Diego's own fanfest given its smaller attendance figures and the relatively lower profile of the properties showcased at…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$1.9M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox -76.03%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$962,590 Cumulative:$13.7M Universal Pictures -67.12%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$864,209 Cumulative:$12.4M Warner Brothers -68.56%
After nine Tonys and rapturous notices, Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" is still evidently selling tickets up to the time when Malia Obama can run for president.
Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions are in advanced discussions to acquire U.S. rights to Jeff Nichols' "Mud," which stars Matthew McConaughey as the title character, along with Reese Witherspoon and…
Confidently expanding his inquiry into the essence of American masculinity, Nichols' latest pressure-cooker pastoral conjures a wily figure of endangered Southern chivalry whose name is ... you…
John Davis and the founders of Lola Visual Effects are financing, developing and producing a live-action feature based on Scott Westerfeld's 2005 futuristic novel "Uglies."
Thriller is nothing very special or original, but it gets the job done briskly and economically.
Throats are ripped, heads are crushed and limbs are severed with brutal efficiency throughout "See No Evil," but that's not nearly enough to dispel the sense of deja vu that pervades this generic…
An aging cop's last chance to redeem his soured existence provides the sturdy frame for "16 Blocks," a movie by Richard Donner that's closer to a compact film noir than to the gimmicky entertainments…