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  • Women buy half of all movie tickets. That won't mean more female characters.

    Women buy half of all movie tickets. That won't mean more female characters.
    LOS ANGELES — The Motion Picture Association of America released its annual report on moviegoer demographics this week, and women are well-represented in the seats. Last year, women made up 52 percent of the moviegoer population and bought half of all tickets sold. Those numbers prompted Women and Hollywood to put pressure on Hollywood studios to better reflect its audience on the big screen: "So again, we ask, if women are going to the movies more than men, why do only 15 percent of the films star women?" Melissa Silverstein wrote. If I were a Hollywood executive, though, I might be asking a different question: If women are already going to the movies more than men, why should I change my films to accommodate them?
  • Box Office: 'Paranormal Activity' Tries to Scare Up Latino Audiences

    The fifth edition of Paramount's formidable "Paranormal Activity" series may scare off Warner Bros.' bid for a four-peat this weekend with "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug." Early tracking shows "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" taking in around...

    Blizzard Box Office Battle: 'Paranormal,' 'Frozen,' 'Hobbit' to Fight for First

    The opening of Paramount's "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" is on a collision course with Disney's "Frozen" and Warner Bros.' "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" for the first U.S. box office crown of 2014 -- though real snow put a chill on...

    Why didn't 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' work?

    Why didn't 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' work?
    The first week of January has been an auspicious time for horror movies. Industry types would say it’s the lack of fresh box-office competition, though it’s also always seemed just as likely that the aftermath of the holidays are ripe for a...

    Ron Shelton, Walt Becker Tapped to Direct 'Flying Tigers'

    Ron Shelton and Walt Becker are set as directors on "Flying Tigers," a $70 million action drama about the American volunteer pilots who fought in defense of China in WWII. Pitched at AFM by Rex Media, "Tigers" will be formatted as a 10-hour TV miniseries...