The offices of Zeitgeist Films in New York's Chinatown district these days are echoing with an unaccustomed sound: the ka-ching of seven-figure box office grosses.
Studios typically flood the summer season with their expensive tentpoles -- but just how profitable they are is an open question. It depends on how you count and for how long you keep track.
Hollywood majors have become increasingly interested in grabbing a piece of the Bollywood boom. Fox is following Columbia TriStar's lead and has picked up its first all-Hindi film, "Jhankar Beats."
Growth at the Russian box office continues at a stellar rate, with grosses for spring releases 34% above the equivalent period last year.
Unless you're in the babysitting or parking meter business, the long running times of many movies this summer are a bit perplexing. The latest dynamic duo of lengthy offerings is "Pirates of the…
As if impoverished filmmakers struggling to get noticed didn't have enough to contend with. Interpol has issued a computer crime warning concerning a Web site billing itself as the Film Festivals…
Is "Spider-Man" cooler than "Superman"? Is "Hulk" more emotionally tortured than "Batman"? In a showdown between Marvel and DC Comics characters, it's not clear who might win. (And would anyone…
Elizabeth Guider -- Voiceover
The Gold Reel awards lack the aura of Oscar, but they are proudly displayed along the corridors of most major studios -- a stark symbol of changing times. The clear plastic trophies, given annually…
The U.S. box office might be lagging behind last year, but collectively the Hollywood companies are setting a crackling pace overseas.
Even as the Korean film industry is battling the United States to hold onto its screen quota, a system designed to protect the local industry by requiring theaters to fill 40% of programs with…
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