What a year of mixed signals at the U.S. box office. The latest film in the "Star Wars" franchise may have been the top grosser of 2005, but it was an unexpected crop of pics that turned the most…
2005 is sure to go down as a turning point for showbiz, a year in which Hollywood's longstanding methods for targeting the masses gave way to iPods, TiVos and Xbox 360s. What's the most important…
The "Rumor" mill grinds on. With Warner's romantic comedy "Rumor Has It..." taking in just $7 million in its opening frame, second-guessing quickly ramped up.
Where in the world is Michael Moore? This time last year, word was that the incendiary auteur behind "Fahrenheit 9/11" had the country's top pharmaceutical companies looking over their shoulders in…
Are superheroes losing their might in Hollywood? Though the "Fantastic Four" had a strong December on DVD, the country's two biggest comics purveyors are looking far from invincible.
When Paramount shocked the biz with its peekaboo deal to acquire DreamWorks three weeks ago, one key reason behind the plan quickly came to light.
Placing Spain's finest living flamenco singer into Spain's finest monument, exhilarating docu is a vehicle for camera-shy Enrique Morente and his commitment to taking flamenco into new areas without…
As 2005 ends, Hollywood's focus on the box office will be on what's old rather than new -- the ongoing battle between "King Kong" and "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,"…
With the 2005 domestic box office race wrapping up this weekend, two things are clear: Warner Bros. and Fox can be glad they're in a virtual tie for first place, but nobody in Hollywood has much…
Nomination ballots for the 78th annual Academy Awards were mailed out Thursday. The 5,798 ballots were numbered and sorted to ensure that everyone will get his or her ballot and that no duplicates…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media