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  • 'Godzilla': 4 Takeaways From a Monster Opening at the Box Office

    "Godzilla" dominated the worldwide box office last weekend, torching pre-release tracking while racking up $93.2 million Stateside and an additional $103.4 million internationally. The reboot of the venerable monster movie franchise stunned box office...
  • Sundance Presents Cross-Section of U.S. Indie Fare, Music-Themed Pix at London Festival

    LONDON -- As the lineup for the third Sundance London film and music festival is unveiled, Variety talks to John Cooper, director of the Sundance Film Festival, and Trevor Groth, Sundance's director of programming, about the selection (see below for...
  • To-Do at CinemaCon: Studio Screenings & Presentations

    Monday, March 24 5:15 p.m. Opening reception Palace Ballroom 6:30 p.m. Paramount presentation The Colosseum 8 p.m. "A Taste of Las Vegas" opening party Octavius Ballroom Tuesday, March 25 9:30 a.m. The State of the Industry: Includes keynotes from...
  • Christopher Nolan on 'Interstellar' and Preserving the Theatrical Experience

    LAS VEGAS -- Make no mistake, director Christopher Nolan appreciates the evolution of television as much as the next guy, but for him, it's celluloid or bust. His November release, "Interstellar," which counts wormhole scientist Kip Thorne as one of...
  • CinemaCon: Industry Moguls Gather to Honor Tom Sherak

    Hollywood heavyweights gathered Wednesday night at the annual Will Rogers Pioneer Dinner to honor the memory of the late Tom Sherak, who was being awarded posthumously with the org's Pioneer of the Year kudo. Jeffery Katzenberg, who emceed the evening,...
  • Director Greg MacGillivray thinks big

    Director Greg MacGillivray thinks big
    Greg MacGillivray doesn't mince words when it comes to the Newport Beach Film Festival. "It's A+," he said. The producer-director co-founded MacGillivray Freeman Films with Jim Freeman in the mid-1960s. Although the duo started out producing surfing...
  • Film Review: In 'Transcendence,' Depp plays God, sort of

    Film Review: In 'Transcendence,' Depp plays God, sort of
    Several years back, after Johnny Depp's twin triumphs in "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" and the first "Pirates of the Caribbean," I started referring to him as the God Who Walks Among Us. (I think that qualifies as "ironic hyperbole.") Now, in...
  • Twelve directors and the movies that made them

    Twelve directors and the movies that made them
    Directorial acclaim never comes easy. When it hits, though, the results can be significant not only for the helmer but for cinema itself. We take a look back at the films that propelled some of today’s most celebrated directors to prominence....
  • Exhibition Business Confronts a World of Change

    For the six major studios, the business of going global is anything but a foreign concept. International potential was the bright spot at CinemaCon in Las Vegas last week for studio executives and industry leaders, confronting flat admissions and...
  • 'The Blacklist' Producers Pay Close Attention to Social Media

    Fans of NBC's "The Blacklist," take note, the show's producers are watching. "We pay very close attention to the feedback," said exec producer John Fox at the Television Academy's Evening with "The Blacklist" Wednesday at New York's Florence Gould Hall....
  • Review: 'Transcendence' rises above the sci-fi genre

     Review: 'Transcendence' rises above the sci-fi genre
    Though its plot and premise are pure science fiction, "Transcendence" goes pleasingly against the genre grain. A story of the possible perils and pleasures of artificial intelligence that stars Johnny Depp, "Transcendence's" ideas are at least as...
  • Why 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' is an anomaly for Marvel

    Why 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' is an anomaly for Marvel
    "Captain America: Winter Soldier, " the latest exercise in character kitchen-sinkdom that is the Marvel Studios universe, did a few things in theaters this week‎end. It was, most prominently, a major box office hit, destroying the April record by more...