Musical numbers: "Opening," "Where's Romeo," "O Brawling Love," "Capulet Women's Trio," "Queen Mab," "Ball," "Balcony," "Friar's Song," "Shall I Compare Thee?," "Wedding," "Amen," "Opening (Act II),"…
Hollywood Pictures' and Spyglass Entertainment's "The Sixth Sense" continues to be the picture of choice, grossing $24.1 million for the weekend according to studio estimates. The frame also featured…
Mel Gibson will follow his tour of duty in the Revolutionary War drama "The Patriot" by entering the battlefield of the sexes in "What Women Want" for Paramount Pictures.
Produced by Dimitri de Clercq.
In an overseas frame more memorable for its milestones than its releases, "The Mummy" crossed $200 million -- the second blockbuster to reach that pinnacle this year after "Phantom Menace" -- while…
Second-time helmer Chumilla Carbajosa gives free rein to a tech-inspired imagination in the interestingly bad "Zapping," a surreal, formally confused but visually daring take on the power of the…
Musical Numbers: "What Good Can Drinking Do?," "Down On Me," "Bye, Bye Baby," "Let the Good Times Roll," "Turtle Blues," "Women Is Losers," "Piece of My Heart ," "I Need a Man to Love," "Summertime,"…
British thesp Christopher Lee is in final negotiations to co-star as Saruman in New Line's adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings."
Produced by Angel Amigo.
Although Kat is perfunctorily pegged as a gambler, Bingo a lady-killer, Ballie a sweetheart and Magoo a goof, the boys never really come across as sharply defined people living in an all too terribly…
Many European exhibs who had been griping about the slow summer B.O. season had their prayers answered over the weekend as the "Star Wars" prequel had spectacular launches in six markets.