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  • James Franco will time travel for Stephen King's '11/22/63'

    James Franco is going back in time for the upcoming Hulu original series "11/22/63," based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. Franco will play high school English teacher Jake Epping, who discovers a way to travel back in time to the 1960s...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey' whips up $8.6 million Thursday night

    'Fifty Shades of Grey' whips up $8.6 million Thursday night
    "Fifty Shades of Grey" is looking like a hot box-office item ahead of Valentine's Day. The adaptation of the popular E.L. James romance novel scored a sizzling $8.6 million from late-night showings on Thursday in 2,830 locations that started at 8 p.m....
  • Digital jobs help drive Hollywood employment to highest level in decade

    Digital jobs help drive Hollywood employment to highest level in decade
    A surge in digital entertainment jobs from new online shows on Amazon, YouTube and other new-media outlets has helped drive employment in Hollywood to the highest level in a decade. Some 8,000 new jobs were added to the motion picture and sound...
  • Box office top 20: 'SpongeBob' ends three-week reign of 'American Sniper'

    The three-week box office reign of Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" was brought to an end by an unlikely sharp-shooter: SpongeBob SquarePants. "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" debuted with $55.4 million in North American theaters over the...
  • 'SpongeBob' unseats 'American Sniper' at weekend box office, while fantasies flop

    "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" finally unseated Clint Eastwood's runaway hit "American Sniper" at the weekend box office, while a pair of high-priced fantasies flopped. Paramount Pictures' "SpongeBob Movie" earned $56 million in North...
  • Amy Pascal's exit from Sony concludes the 'Interview' saga. But was she on her way out anyway?

    Over a January weekend in 2010, Amy Pascal made one of the most audacious decisions of her long tenure as Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chair, a nine-year run that has come to a tumultuous end. When "Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi voiced his unhappiness...
  • 'Pale Emperor' ushers in the return of Marilyn Manson

    'Pale Emperor' ushers in the return of Marilyn Manson
    Marilyn Manson reached into his pocket and flicked open a switchblade. "The Roman Emperor Constantius was referred to as the 'Pale Emperor.' He liked to dress up as a woman and [torture] men and have them dance for him," Manson said in a candlelit,...
  • 'Seventh Son' rises to mediocrity

    Any potential "Seventh Son" had of being a fun sword and sorcery tale gets watered down by poor casting, an absurd performance by Jeff Bridges and 3-D special effects that make the entire movie look like it was shot inside a cave, at night, while everyone...
  • On with the show: Kodak deal with Hollywood studios ensures it will keep making movie film

    The Eastman Kodak Co. will continue to make motion picture film in the age of digital filmmaking after reaching new supply agreements with the major Hollywood studios. The Rochester-based photography and film pioneer had been in talks with the studios,...
  • 'Magic Mike XXL' trailer: Channing Tatum is back on the grind

    It seems you can take Magic Mike out of the strip club, but you can't take the strip club out of Magic Mike. In the new teaser trailer for the clothes-shedding sequel "Magic Mike XXL," Channing Tatum's titular character feels the urge to bust out some...
  • Kodak reaches agreement with studios to help keep making movie film

    Kodak reaches agreement with studios to help keep making movie film
    Eastman Kodak Co., one of the world's most recognizable film suppliers, finalized agreements with Hollywood studios to keep celluloid in the future of film. The company said Wednesday that it will continue to provide motion picture film to Twentieth ...