If some Netcos' enthusiasm can translate into viable businesses, Web-based ticket sales could prove a valuable catalyst to future box office growth. At a panel discussion on the topic Thursday, reps…
Warner Bros. wowed exhibs Thursday at ShoWest with a high-powered presentation of its upcoming film slate that featured a phalanx of Hollywood celebs.
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Screenwriter Marc Klein ("Serendipity") has been hired to pen the feature adaptation of Melissa Banks' bestselling short story collection, "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing" for Catch 23…
Irish actor Stuart Townsend ("Queen of the Damned") will star opposite Charlize Theron in the Columbia Pictures/Senator Entertainment thriller "24 Hours." Also on board for the pic is Dakota Fanning…
A day after new figures showed film marketing costs rising 11% in the past year to $27.3 million per film, four top studio marketing execs on Wednesday sought to explain where those dollars go at a…
The Ordway Center in St. Paul, Minn., will present the North American premiere of "The Car Man," Matthew Bourne's radical restaging of Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen." The full-evening dance piece…
More charcoal drawing than portrait in oils, "Ten Unknowns" is the smart and literate latest from Jon Robin Baitz, one of the American theater's smartest and most literate young writers. It's acted…
The smell of pizza and popcorn greeted ShoWest attendees as they wound their way through the nearly 300 booths promoting new products on the trade show floor at Bally's.
Beginning with music that recalls "Hooray for Hollywood," and ending with a big tap-dance number that serves as a joyous curtain call, director Mark Rucker's production of "Much Ado About Nothing" at…