The conversion of theaters to digital in the U.S. is almost complete, and the end of movies on film is in sight.
The movie ratings system is getting a makeover, it was revealed Tuesday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Chris Dodd, chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, unveiled an initiative that…
Global box office grew to a record $34.7 billion in 2012, with domestic totals reaching a benchmark $10.8 billion, according to the annual theatrical statistics report released today by the Motion…
In a pre-emptive move designed to avoid another proprietary sound format debacle, exhibition groups in the U.S. and Europe have released a set of requirements for new immersive/3D audio technologies.
Hispanics continue to be America's driving force at the multiplex, as the demographic accounted for 25% of Stateside admissions last year, according to a 2012 market report released Tuesday by…
Vice President Joseph Biden met with entertainment industry representatives on Thursday evening as he prepares to give President Obama a set of policy proposals on gun violence early next week.
The major studios are driving hard to stop distributing 35mm prints in North America by the end of 2013, but one sector remains tied to traditional film prints: the drive-in movie biz.
The continued rise of 3D and booming international markets offset a decline in North American movie attendance in 2010, resulting in another global box office record high at $31.8 billion.
Hollywood's best and brightest meet today at Variety's Future of Film Summit in West Hollywood to discuss the multiple choices confronting the entertainment biz.
In the past three months, MPAA chairman-CEO Dan Glickman has been working to fine-tune the movie-ratings system. But this week at ShoWest, he will face his biggest hurdle yet: trying to make NC-17…
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