Movies may be getting longer and longer at the box office, but that's not the case on Instagram. David Koechner (“Anchorman,” The Office”) and friend Harland Williams (“Dumb and Dumber”) have made…
Legendary Entertainment has found a new home: NBCUniversal, as it ends an eight-year relationship with Warner Bros. Deal is expected to be announced Wednesday, sources tell Variety.
Negotiations between CBS and Time Warner Cable to renew their four-year-old pact — covering retransmission of CBS owned-and-operated TV stations and carriage of cable nets including Showtime — are…
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$234.3M Disney -1.91%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Daily:$2.3M Cumulative:$128.8M Paramount Pictures -3.52%
Let's Be Cops
Let's Be Cops3Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$34.2M Fox -6.44%
Tribeca Film has acquired North American distribution on mystery "The Time Being," starring Wes Bentley and Frank Langella, and will release the film on July 23 on VOD and July 26 in select theaters.
NBCUniversal's Esquire network said it would launch September 23, kicking off with a two-hour special commemorating the 80th anniversary of the magazine. The nascent cabler also unveiled two more…
If you happened to read the New York Times magazine excerpt of Brian Stelter's book “Top of the Morning” -- a dissection of the network morning shows and the battle for “We're No. 1″ bragging rights…
Business goes on at the Tribeca Film Festival, even for films that aren't in Tribeca: Anchor Bay, whose acquisitions exec is in Gotham for the fest, has acquired North American rights to “Small…
Time Warner, it seems, ran out of time for Time. The conglom on Wednesday announced plans to unload its publishing division, a move that comes as other film and TV congloms are also shedding print…
Time Warner is looking to unload publisher Time Inc., home of Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and People, to Meredith Corp. after the division has changed editors, shifted strategies and…
When Premiere magazine announced last month that its April issue would be its last, the epitaph for longform movie journalism may well have been written.