Less than four months after being ousted by Sony Pictures, Marc Weinstock has landed on his feet as president of domestic theatrical marketing at 20th Century Fox. In his new job, which begins…
Dwight Caines, a digital marketing maven, has been tapped at Sony as president of theatrical marketing for the Columbia TriStar Motion Pictures Group. Caines replaces Marc Weinstock, who was ousted…
Digital marketing head Dwight Caines is in talks to take on the role of domestic marketing prexy at Sony Pictures, a source close to the studio confirmed to Variety. Sony spokesman Charles Sipkins…
Marc Weinstock, prexy of worldwide marketing at Sony Pictures, has been ousted after the studio's disappointing summer at the box office. Weinstock has been with Sony since 2000. Sony's string of…
German photojournalist Sven Zellner spent four years living among Mongolian nomads, generating a scrappy portrait of a half dozen renegade gold-diggers in "Price of Gold."
Steve Elzer, Sony's senior VP of media relations, announced Tuesday he is leaving the company in December. “I have had an extraordinary run here and I have nothing but the greatest respect for the…
HBO's third-season renewal for "Girls" is another indication of how much the pay cabler's brass believes both in Lena Dunham's future and the series itself.
With its literary lion (Jeff Goldblum) roaring and sniffing out red meat among his writing group's eager acolytes, "Seminar" is fueled more by plot mechanics than by the thrum of real life, but on…
"Good for them," Theresa Rebeck thought when she read in Variety that Steven Spielberg had sold a drama series at Showtime revolving around an effort to mount a Broadway musical.
This beautifully composed picture brings a robust physicality to tried-and-true source material, but falls short of the sustained narrative involvement and emotional drive its resolutely…
Domestic Film DAILY
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Non-Stop1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$36.7M Universal Pictures -3.70%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.4M Cumulative:$31.5M Fox 8.58%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$214.0M Warner Brothers 6.54%