CBS Films is saying “The F Word” and is in final talks to buy U.S. rights to the romantic comedy, three days after its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. The deal price is expected to reach the…
Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment is ramping up, bringing on veteran exec Ari Haas (pictured above) as VP of acquisitions and development in the wake of backing “The Wannabe.” Haas will work with…
Seann William Scott will star in high school comedy “Guidance” for Myriad Pictures and Depth of Field, in association with Culmination Prods. The attachment was announced on the opening day of…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$7.8M Cumulative:$32.5M Fox -42.23%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$2.9M Cumulative:$12.8M Universal Pictures -42.27%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$2.7M Cumulative:$11.6M Warner Brothers -44.36%
The producers behind "ABCs of Death" are getting ready to add more letters, announcing a sequel to last year's anthology horror pic to shop at Cannes.
"Resident Evil: Retribution" was the top Canadian pic at the domestic box office last year, earning the 2012 Golden Reel Award, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced Tuesday.
It was a strange year at the domestic box office in Quebec. The market share for local films was the worst in more than a decade, while U.S. films upticked slightly to a 79% share, and French films…
Up-and-coming actor Adam Driver, who plays Lena Dunham's love interest on HBO's "Girls," has just signed on to play Daniel Radcliffe's best friend in Michael Dowse's romantic comedy "The F Word."
After eight "Harry Potter" films and a handful of dark indies, Daniel Radcliffe is ready to tackle a new chapter of his career: the romantic comedy. Radcliffe and "Ruby Sparks" star Zoe Kazan are set…
Canuck hockey pic "Goon" performed a rare feat at the local box office over the Feb. 24-26 frame, besting a handful of Hollywood debuts.
Jay Baruchel thinks it's ridiculous that he and writing partner Jesse Chabot wound up working on two sports movies back-to-back, the hockey comedy "Goon" and "Baseballissimo."