He's got the greenlight for "Pacific Rim 2," is editing "Crimson Peak," is a producer on "The Strain" and "Book of Life" and a writer on "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies." But what…
Japanese pics again delivered a solid beating to the Hollywood competition at the local box office in 2013.
China's box office grew by 27% in 2013, rising from $2.7 billion (RMB17 billion) in 2012 to an estimated $3.57 billion (RMB21.6 billion) last year.
One of the challenges in f/x has long been to match the lighting of the special effect, be it a model, a miniature, or a digital element, to the live-action "plates" for the same scene. This year…
China's appetite for movies -- both American and local -- is far from being satisfied, setting up the Chinese box office for more explosive growth in coming years.
It's clear that 2013 is an exceptionally exciting year for films that quicken the pulses of movie fans and ratchet up the stakes for the annual awards season derby.
Adding to a growing body of competing data on who bears the blame for rampant online infringement, two George Mason U scholars unveiled a website that claims that few of the most pirated movies are…
Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
Variety's critics debate the highs and lows of an unusually paranoid and post-apocalyptic summer movie season.
While the 2013 summer box office rode a record-setting wave of $4.74b, but there's blood in the water from some big-budget original bets failing to catch the rising tide.