Three years old now the National Assn. of Theater Owners' annual exhibitor conference, CinemaCon, has found its groove, though a rapidly evolving international market keeps the confab on point.
If exhibitors are the unsung heros of the entertainment industry, their presence was certainly made known at ShoWest's closing night awards Thursday at the Paris ballroom in Las Vegas.
Down with popcorn! (Or buttered popcorn, anyway.)
In its final year as ShoWest, studios at the confab emphasized the industry's multiple dimensions.
ShoWest showed off its green side on St. Patrick's Day, with exhibitors displaying eco-friendly theater practices.
"Yeah, I'm just very lucky. I feel I won the lottery with 'Beastly,' " says Alex Pettyfer.
Warner Bros. is the first company to be honored with this award, thanks to a record-breaking year.
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For more than three decades, uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer has racked up hit after hit.
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