Peter Bart watched a screening of Oliver Stone's “W” — which Bart describes as “part polemic, part parody” — with a portrait of the current president as “a smug, self-righteous and uniquely stubborn…
The shaky economy is ample reason for even well-heeled entertainment industry donors to shun fund-raising events, but the fatigue that is settling in among the monied class is probably far simpler…
Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira says that if she could vote in the United States, she would choose Barack Obama. "I think that he is the person that can bring the world the true American…
A three-day-old strike in Bollywood, home to Mumbai showbiz, ended with the two sides settling Friday.
The second bananas came in first in a big way Thursday night, as a jaw-dropping 70 million viewers tuned in to see the first and only vice presidential debate between Senator Joe Biden and Alaska…
Spain's audiovisual market will be the center of attention at the Mipcom confab Oct. 13-17 -- highlighted by a series of sessions designed to introduce conference delegates to this surging yet…
Tax incentive legislation aiding Hollywood was tucked into the mammoth $700 billion bailout plan signed into law Friday by President Bush.
The Hollywood Radio and Televsion Society's annual network chieftain lunch has been put on hold, as the group tussles with NBC over which Peacock exec will join the dais.
For the Newsweek site, Tam Cam captured Christopher Hitchens after the debate, and he was perhaps most critical of Gwen Ifill for not asking tougher questions, particularly of Sarah Palin. His…
Today marks the start of what could best be called a marathon month for political movies — topped by Oliver Stone's "W" on Oct. 17 — as filmmakers capitalize on the intense interest in the…
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Non-Stop1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$36.7M Universal Pictures -3.70%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.4M Cumulative:$31.5M Fox 8.58%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$214.0M Warner Brothers 6.54%