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  • 'Lego' Sequel Set For May 26, 2017

    With "The Lego Movie" topping $200 million in worldwide grosses, Warner Bros. has set the sequel to open on May 26, 2017. The untitled sequel is the first movie to be be set for that date. Warner Bros. confirmed four days before the film opened on Feb. 7...
  • Social Media Buzz: 'Pompeii' and '3 Days to Kill' Take Fight to Box Office

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the...
  • 'Lego' Keeping Box Office Warm with $30 Million Weekend

    The third weekend of Warner Bros.' "The Lego Movie" will crush the competition again with early estimates of a $30 million frame, underlining the toon's impressive holding power. In its 15th day, "Lego" easily outpaced a pair of new entries -- Relativity...
  • Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Scores $31.5 Mil, Demolishing 'Pompeii,' '3 Days to Kill'

    Solidifying the power of Legos with audiences, Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow's 3D animated "The Lego Movie" scored its third straight win at the domestic box office, estimating $31.5 million in three days (down just 37%) for a Stateside cume of $183.2...
  • 'Lego Movie' tops box-office charts for third straight weekend

    'Lego Movie' tops box-office charts for third straight weekend
    “The Lego Movie” is still snap-and-pop connecting with audiences. As expected, the blockbuster hit comedy, based on the popular toy, topped the box-office charts for a third straight weekend, blowing away newcomers “3 Days to Kill&...
  • Quentin Tarantino Set To Hand Out Honorary Cesar To Scarlett Johansson In Paris

    PARIS- American film icon Quentin Tarantino, who considerably expanded his Gallic fan base since declaring "Cinema is my religion and France is the Vatican" in October, will be delivering the honorary Cesar to Scarlett Johansson at the Feb. 28 awards...
  • Murdoch's Sky Deutschland Reups Paramount VOD Deal

    LONDON -- Rupert Murdoch's German satcaster Sky Deutschland and Paramount Pictures have extended their multi-year licensing pact. The pay-per-view and video-on-demand agreement will bring Paramount's current and upcoming theatrical films to the Sky...
  • Enforcer Malloy Drops Gloves, Ices Jindal

    Enforcer Malloy Drops Gloves, Ices Jindal
    No one ever mistook Nicholas Evlampios Fotiu for Dick Button, but there are almost as many of Fotiu's skating highlights on YouTube as of the great figure skater Button. Invariably, Fotiu is punching somebody, a feat he performed repeatedly for the...
  • 'Non-Stop' tops 'Son of God' and 'Lego Movie'

    Mid-flight thriller "Non-Stop," the latest action movie to star Liam Neeson, flew just higher than "Son of God" to top the box office over the Oscar weekend.  "Non-Stop" grossed a studio-estimated $30 million in ticket sales in the United States and...
  • 'Tuck Everlasting' Joins 'Bull Durham' Musical Up at Bat at Alliance Theater

    "Tuck Everlasting," the tuner that had been targeting a Broadway run during the 2013-14 season before getting detoured, and the world preem of the musical adaptation of "Bull Durham" are among the titles on tap for the 2014-15 season at the Alliance...
  • Stanley Rubin, Writer-Producer of TV, Film, Dies at 96

    Writer-producer Stanley Rubin, whose wide range of credits included classic film noir "The Narrow Margin," Marilyn Monroe-Robert Mitchum Western "River of No Return," TV series "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" and Clint Eastwood's 1990 feature "White Hunter...
  • Move to name ATF building for Eliot Ness meets hometown resistance

    WASHINGTON — Federal Prohibition agent Eliot Ness' legendary campaign against Chicago mob boss Al Capone inspired the 1960s TV series "The Untouchables," a blockbuster Hollywood movie, countless books and perhaps even the comic-strip hero Dick...