The 66th Cannes Film Festival is underway in France. On Wednesday, the cast and filmmakers of Warner Bros.’ 3D retelling of “The Great Gatsby,” which opens the prestigious fest, attended a press…
The Great Gatsby
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…
Warner Bros.’ 3D reimagining of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel opens the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.
It’s all about glitz and iron this weekend at the domestic box office as “Iron Man 3” in its soph sesh and opener “The Great Gatsby” lead the pack with $19.8 million and $19.4 million from Friday…
Despite mixed reviews, Baz Luhrmann's 3D stylization of "The Great Gatsby" is having no trouble rocking the box office.
Warner Bros.' adaptation of the classic novel grossed $3.25 million in Thursday latenight shows, prior to its official launch Friday.
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Great Gatsby Distributor: Warner Bros. It don't mean a thing if it…
"The Great Gatsby," Baz Luhrmann's 3D stylization of the classic American novel, represents one of the few female-targeted pics in a summer chock-full of male-driven popcorn fare.
Warner Bros.' outdoor marketing blitz for "Great Gatsby" plays on stylized, iconographic images.
It comes as little surprise that the Aussie auteur behind the gaudy, more-is-more spectacles "Moulin Rouge" and "Australia" has delivered a "Gatsby" less in the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel…
As Baz Lurhmann explained it May 5 at MoMA, "The guys told me it would be this tiny little screening after the opening night with just a couple of friends that couldn't get to the first night."
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