"Night at the Museum" stayed attractive to overseas patrons, as the comedy dominated a healthy foreign box office with $29.8 million at 5,000 playdates during the first weekend of 2007.
After a tough autumn at the B.O., specialty pics are showing some life this winter. Picturehouse's "Pan's Labyrinth," in its second weekend, continued to score some impressive returns, with a…
The USC Libraries have tapped "Children of Men," "The Devil Wears Prada," "The Illusionist," "The Last King of Scotland" and "Notes on a Scandal" as finalists for its Scripter Award.
"Babel" and "Little Children" were among the greatest success stories at the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2007 Gala Awards. Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet and Jessica Biel were…
The Writers Guild of America East has tapped Andrew Bergman to receive this year's Ian McLellan Hunter Award for lifetime achievement in writing.
"Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story" will make its Gotham debut at the United Nations today. Diplomats and policymakers have been invited to see the documentary about a Japanese teen abducted three…
The dancing is more dynamic than the plotting in "Stomp the Yard," an energetic if formulaic underdog tale about warring black fraternities specializing in an intensely competitive style of step…
Fox's family adventure "Night at the Museum" and Sony's inspirational drama "The Pursuit of Happyness" continued to prove a potent one-two punch at the B.O. in the first frame of 2007.
Official 2006 box office figures for South Korea are not in yet, but some early estimates have provided a mixture of good news and controversy.
Constantin topper Fred Kogel let the 2006 earnings cat out of the bag on Friday, telling a German newspaper that blockbuster "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" helped the company post record profits…
Even as New Line marks its 40th year, Hollywood's still not quite sure what to make of the iconoclastic mini-major. Its phenomenal success with "The Lord of the Rings" series seemed to position it…