Syfy social phenom “Sharknado” is getting a one-night-only cinema replay, with Regal Entertainment Group set to stage midnight showings of creature feature on about 200 screens next Friday night…
The summer's lengthy list of box office misfires welcomed a new film to its ranks this weekend -- Universal's "R.I.P.D.," which cost $130 million to produce and opened with a dismal $12.8 million…
Syfy has been bringing TV auds campy telepic fare for about a decade now, but Thursday’s “Sharknado” far surpassed the NBCUniversal cabler’s expectations when it came to online buzz and audience…
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A welcome throwback to an earlier, more generously entertaining era of summer blockbusters, grounded in an immensely appealing star turn by Channing Tatum.
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Sandro Corsaro has joined Fandango as its chief creative executive. Corsaro will provide strategic and operational leadership for content development and other creative across Fandango’s websites and…
Never underestimate the power of a good-bad musical, which can make consenting adults yearn to be dancing queens and adolescent witches and, in the case of "Kinky Boots," drag queens in…
With the final "Twilight" movie opening this week, Lionsgate is primed to capitalize on its momentum with investors and take its place alongside Hollywood's majors at long last.
The dean of helmers, 103-year-old Portuguese maestro Manoel de Oliveira, adds another striking entry to his ever-lengthening filmography with "Gebo and the Shadow."
The opening of Regal Cinemas' L.A. Live Stadium 14 on Tuesday with the first showings of Michael Jackson's "This Is It" will mark a turning point for the revitalization of downtown L.A.
After a year of wooing the industry and the press with positive words and big predictions, Jeffrey Katzenberg let out his frustration with the slow pace of the digital cinema rollout for the first…