When it comes to the horror genre and box office potential, the biggest truism is that it’s all about the movie. Horror films, in particular, have some of the most fervent fans, which can make for an…
The Devil Inside
Paramount and Johnny Knoxville are teaming again … with grandpa. The studio announced it will release “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” a “Borat”-like portrayal of a grand-father behaving badly, on…
Hispanics continue to be America's driving force at the multiplex, as the demographic accounted for 25% of Stateside admissions last year, according to a 2012 market report released Tuesday by…
Nick Meyer, a former Paramount Vantage and Lionsgate exec, launched Sierra Pictures in 2009, and merged with Affinity in early 2011, taking advantage of the majors' retreat from the midrange and…
Lionsgate has signaled strong support for its micro-budget feature division with longtime production exec John Sacchi tapped to head the operation.
A frenetic and freewheeling satirical comedy that only sporadically scores a bull's-eye while aiming at easy targets: found-footage thrillers in the vein of "Paranormal Activity," "The Devil Inside"…
Domestically, 2012 will be remembered in Hollywood as a year that showed the resiliency of the biz, as box office hit a record $10.8 billion, with a 6% rise in admissions (the largest in more than a…
The 2013 domestic box office has some big, fast-starting shoes to fill.
A ho-hum exorcism chiller that tries to spice up a formulaic screenplay by converting a predominantly Catholic-fixated horror subgenre to Judaism.
Paramount Pictures has shut down pre-production on its reboot of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and moved its release date to May 16, 2014, the latest in a string of pics the studio has delayed in…
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