A federal grand jury on Friday indicted helmer John McTiernan, who had withdrawn a guilty plea to a charge of lying to federal agents investigating a celebrity wiretapping case.
Twentieth Century Fox is set to close down Fox Atomic, the production label started by Peter Rice in 2007 to generate comedy and genre films.
"Fast and Furious" drove to its second straight victory at the foreign box office, dominating the weekend with $36 million at 5,076 playdates in 59 markets.
Weekend results at the domestic B.O. showed femmes under 18 continuing to exert their force at the box office, while New Line continues its enviable winning streak.
Teenage girls didn't hold back from swooning over Zac Efron's starrer "17 Again" yesterday as the Warner Bros.-New Line comedy grossed an estimated $9.5 million off 3,255 engagements.
Cleverness of pic's conception will appeal to those who know the reference points.
After years of ramping up, the international production divisions of the Hollywood majors are finally beginning to gain traction.
With its new $125 million "Star Trek" relaunch, Paramount Pictures is hoping to boldly go where no recent installment in the venerable franchise has gone before: back to the youth demo.
"Transformers" producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura is returning to the world of toys that come to life.
Cape Cod circa 1905 provides the setting for romantic comedy "The Golden Boys."
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures