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  • 'The Purge 3' to let loose on Fourth of July weekend 2016

    Lock the doors, board up the windows and prepare for another night of government-sanctioned mayhem: "The Purge 3" is set to hit theaters July 1, 2016, Universal Pictures announced Thursday. Set in a dystopian near-future, the "Purge" films center on...
  • Franklin Leonard's Black List can help green-light screenplays

    Franklin Leonard's Black List can help green-light screenplays
    Franklin Leonard wasn't looking to upend the system. He just wanted some good vacation reading. In 2004, Leonard was working as a development executive at Leonardo DiCaprio's production company, Appian Way, charged with sifting through piles of...
  • The 'Interview' controversy highlights Sony's Amy anomaly

    The 'Interview' controversy highlights Sony's Amy anomaly
    As Sony made the decision Wednesday to scrap the Dec. 25 release of “The Interview,” casual observers found themselves asking some logical how-could-this-happen questions. A broad and benign Seth Rogen comedy causes an international incident...
  • ‘Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies': Andy Serkis on leaving Middle-earth

     
    Few actors have been a part of as many celebrated genre stories as Andy Serkis. Following the success of the […]...
  • New 'Hobbit' film pulls in $90.6 million since Wednesday release

    Hordes of moviegoers journeyed to Middle-earth to see the final installment of the "Hobbit" franchise.  "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" has raked in $90.6 million in ticket sales since its release on Wednesday, according to studio estimates....
  • ‘The Hobbit': Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens on ‘Five Armies’ ending

     
    “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” filmmakers Peter Jackson, Philippa Boyens and Fran Walsh are bidding Middle-earth goodbye […]...
  • 'Selma,' 'Unbroken,' 'Woods,' 'Sniper': Oscar hopefuls line up on Christmas

    'Selma,' 'Unbroken,' 'Woods,' 'Sniper': Oscar hopefuls line up on Christmas
    In keeping with holiday tradition, Hollywood studios finally unwrapped the last of their adult-oriented prestige pictures on Christmas Day, giving the moviegoing public a chance to check in with the rest of 2014's high-profile Oscar hopefuls. Among...
  • "Hobbit" battles 'Unbroken,' 'Into the Woods' to second box office win

    The last movie of PeterJackson's three "Hobbit" films rode to a second consecutive winatop U.S. and Canadian weekend box office charts, selling anestimated $41.4 million worth of tickets to triumph over newreleases "Unbroken" and "Into the Woods." "The...
  • Reality TV facing its own reality: a ratings slump

    Reality TV facing its own reality: a ratings slump
    Just a few years ago, underemployed TV writers were complaining that reality programming was taking over their industry. Now the scribes are having their revenge: Unscripted programming is mired in an unexpected slump. Onetime smashes such as...
  • Christmas movies vying for Oscar voters' attention

    Christmas movies vying for Oscar voters' attention
    For a four-year stretch at the turn of the 21st century, December was the most wonderful time of year to be a best picture Oscar contender. From 2002 to 2005, the film academy gave its best picture prize to movies debuting in December. Starting with...
  • Warner Bros.: Ryan Gosling down with limited release for directing debut

    Warner Bros.: Ryan Gosling down with limited release for directing debut
    After Ryan Gosling's directorial debut "Lost River" landed with a thud at the Cannes Film Festival, fans began wondering when they'd get the chance to judge the film for themselves. We now have that answer — but it may not be one that pleases...