The 1937 invasion by Japanese troops of the city that was then China's capital was dubbed "The Rape of Nanking," with memories of that massacre still causing anguish to many Chinese. Now a slew of…
"Zibahkhana" (Hell's Ground) might not be Pakistan's first horror movie, but it's almost certainly the first featuring midget zombies and produced by an ice cream mogul.
After far outperforming expectations in the U.S., Fox's "The Devil Wears Prada" strutted its stuff in 33 international territories over the latest frame to top the overseas charts and take in $19.4…
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Daily:$5.8M Cumulative:$281.2M Disney -16.98%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$166.3M Paramount Pictures -21.00%
If I Stay
If I Stay3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$32.3M Warner Brothers / New Line -25.19%
Japan is the second-biggest film market on the planet, with 2005 box office totaling $1.68 billion on 160.5 million admissions and 731 pics released, so naturally everyone in the global biz wants to…
Hello, online. Goodbye, cruel print world. Google's purchase of YouTube offers a glittering chance for studio marketers: a way to reach the exact audience that's interested in a movie, in exactly the…
Imagine the sun settling in its dark blue bed as you let your toes softly push further into the sand. In long sleeves and shorts, you relax and periodically hear calming waves fold and whisper…
Flying United Airlines over an ocean this month? Care to watch "Poseidon" to wile away the time? Traditionally, airlines have shied away from disaster fare and intense action titles.
Virtually every film fest lays claim to some unique niche, but what really sets the Hawaii Intl. Film Festival apart, festival organizers say, is its East-meets-West vibe.
MGM's recent announcement that it intended to release "The Hobbit" and, hopefully, get Peter Jackson to direct it, caused major buzz in Hollywood.
With a Chinese father and a Scotch-Irish mother, first-generation-Hawaiian-turned-Hollywood film executive Chris Lee knows a thing or two about reaching across the cultural divide.