Entertainment One has reported a 40% revenue boost year-on-year in its first quarter, with the group's digital revenues more than doubling, the company said in its interim management statement on…
The Big Wedding
With a softer-than-expected $84.1 million four-day Stateside tally, Paramount’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” reinforced this weekend where the franchise’s strengths lie — with fanboys — and with whom…
Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton will star together for the first time in the comedy “Life Itself” with Richard Loncraine directing. Project was introduced at Cannes, where Myriad Pictures is selling…
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Warner Bros.’ release of the Baz Luhrmann 3D spectacle “The Great Gatsby” proved there’s more to summer moviegoing than just superheroes and sequels, scoring a glitzy $51.1 million opening estimate…
No stranger to the world of cops and criminals, Robert De Niro is set to star in Good Universe’s “Candy Store” that Stephen Gaghan is helming. Jason Clarke and Omar Sy also star from a script that…
Forget the Avengers. Tony Stark proved he’s bad-ass enough all by himself. With a record-smashing $195.3 million international opening, Disney-Marvel’s “Iron Man 3” soared past last year’s $185.1…
Michael Bay actioner 'Pain and Gain' bows to $7.5 million on Friday while 'Iron Man 3' continues boffo rollout overseas.
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Pain & Gain Distributor: Paramount The large-scale destructiveness he…
For the second time, Disney kickstarts the summer box office a week early internationally with a Marvel property — this time, “Iron Man 3.” Last year, Disney gave “The Avengers” an overseas…
This remake of a French farce awkwardly blends feel-good pablum and raunchy sex jokes.
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