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    'Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation' on Track for $40 Million-Plus Opening

    Sony’s animated “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation” is heading for a solid domestic opening in the $40 million to $45 million range for the July 13-15 weekend, early tracking showed Thursday. First estimates for Universal’s Dwayne Johnson action-thriller “Skyscraper” came in between $32 million and $40 million for the same period. The first “Hotel Transylvania” [...]

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    Johnny Depp: Rolling Stone Profile Latest Sign Actor Is PR Liability

    Johnny Depp’s bad boy persona used to help sell the movies he made. He was a real life Capt. Jack Sparrow, who could hit the press circuit armed with a few rococo anecdotes, delivered with a rock ‘n roll edge in between drags of freshly rolled cigarettes. His act was charming and his mystique undeniable. [...]

  • Film review: Budapest Noir

    Film Review: 'Budapest Noir'

    Some period films come across as homages to classics of the past, while others play perilously on the edge of imitation. “Budapest Noir” definitely falls in the latter category, channeling any number of noir films, including “Chinatown,” with the usual stock figures: hard-boiled investigative reporter, femme fatale, corrupt officials, sleazy underbelly, and an urban landscape [...]

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    The Most Shocking Revelations From Johnny Depp's Rolling Stone Interview

    “So are you here to hear the truth? It’s full of betrayal,” Johnny Depp tells journalist Stephen Rodrick at the onset of his Rolling Stone interview. During the candid and harrowing conversation, which took almost 200 email exchanges to organize, 55-year-old Depp spills it all. The article, pitched by Depp’s closest confidante and lawyer of two years, Adam [...]

  • Film Director Diversity Report: DGA Says

    Feature Film Director Diversity Remains Low, Directors Guild Reports

    Diversity among feature film directors remained disappointingly low in 2017, the Directors Guild of America has reported in a new study. The results, released Thursday, show the difficulty faced in achieving gains in increasing the numbers of female directors — in spite of the strong box office of Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman” and the awards [...]

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