The movies did it this time. Both Sony and Viacom reported less-than-stellar quarterly results last week due to duds like "Gigli" and "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life."
B.O. is languishing in Spain. According to Nielsen EDI, total 2003 B.O. through Oct. 2 dropped 0.2% to E436.6 million ($513.6 million) compared to the same period a year earlier. Admissions were down…
Quentin Tarantino die-hards, who until now have had to study up on their master's chopsocky faves by hunting down old VHS copies of "Duel of the Iron Fist" and "Seven Blows of the Dragon," are in for…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Fuming French majors and irate indies are hell bent on blocking Warner Bros. access to Gallic film production subsidies, as approved by film industry authorities last week.
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The Backlot: The hassle over Oscar screeners is one of those classic cases where the subtext is vastly more interesting than the surface debate.
Grupo Cinemex, Mexico's second-largest exhibitor, is dipping a toe into the production game. The chain has signed on to put up about 10% of the as-yet undetermined costs for upcoming "Nocturno…
Whose idea was it anyway? That's the question that has been plaguing the indie sector since the MPAA announced its ban on Oscar screeners.
The Brits adore Quentin Tarantino but feel lukewarm about Clint Eastwood, who is revered by the French. The Germans aren't hip to Tarantino (or violent fare nowadays) and while the director has cult…
Consider it a low-tech compromise for a high-tech problem. Oscar campaigners are breathing a tentative sigh of relief after the MPAA decided last week to allow studios to send out VHS videocassettes…
Emboldened by the success of Gabriele Salvatores' "I'm Not Scared," producer Maurizio Totti has secured a hefty cash injection from Italian financier Emilio Gnutti and is ramping up his multifold…