Brett Ratner's "Rush Hour 3" clocked in an estimated $18.5 million at the domestic box office on Friday from 3,778 runs, off 20% from the previous installment's opening day number of $23 million.
With threats of a strike looming, film studios are jockeying for top-tier talent, writers are racing to finish and polish scripts, and agents are trying to jam their actor clients into as many…
When it comes to handicapping whether Hollywood will have a strike, you can't tell the players without a scorecard. In fact, you can't even tell what's going on with a scorecard.
Two top Thai directors launched the country's first script development project roughly following the model of Cinemart and Pusan Promotion Plan.
It's a seller's market right now, but no one expects the buying binge to last much longer -- especially for writers.
Dubbing has always been a headache for the film business. But Hollywood's new dependence on international box office has turned it into a major migraine.
Like their counterparts in the dubbing arena, subtitle workers are plagued by two key questions -- time and money -- as Hollywood's megapics are subtitled in more and more languages.
Norwegian cinema made an important breakthrough in 2006, when it gained international attention at Cannes: Three Norwegian features were shown in the official selection, and a Norwegian short…
A food-obsessed French rat couldn't edge out a fish named Nemo, but he still did mighty well for himself.
The problems were sorted out quickly and the damage was slight, but a boycott of "The Simpsons Movie" by Indian exhibitors could be a sign of things to come.
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