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  • 'American Sniper' shatters box office records over MLK weekend

    'American Sniper' shatters box office records over MLK weekend
    Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" shattered several box office records and surpassed tracking expectations over the busy four-day Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. The war drama pulled in a whopping $105.3 million through Monday, making its total $108....
  • In a twist, Six Flags opts for dark rides over roller coasters

    In a twist, Six Flags opts for dark rides over roller coasters
    Renowned for its towering steel coasters, Six Flags will add two interactive dark rides in 2015 by a ride-maker that has long worked in the shadows of industry leaders Disney and Universal. Designed by Florida-based Sally Corp. in collaboration with a...
  • Tom Hardy no longer on David Ayer’s ‘Suicide Squad’ team

     
    Tom Hardy is no longer a member of “Suicide Squad.” The actor has dropped out of Warner Bros.' upcoming adaptation […]...
  • Amazon to produce original movies

    Amazon to produce original movies
    Move over, Hollywood movie studios. Amazon.com is joining the fray with a hybrid approach to produce and distribute movies in a way that could challenge the film industry's long-standing business model. The Seattle-based company said Monday that it...
  • The Pawscars: Awards show honoring celebrity dogs joins Hollywood's human mix

    The Pawscars: Awards show honoring celebrity dogs joins Hollywood's human mix
    Awards season is underway in Hollywood, but one show will roll out green turf instead of red carpet and celebrate achievements like best mutt instead of best actor. At the inaugural World Dog Awards hosted by comedian George Lopez, dogs will walk in...
  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • Oscars telecast may get lower ratings

    Oscars telecast may get lower ratings
    The Academy Awards will shine the spotlight on a crop of best picture nominees that isn't short on smaller movies with offbeat, personal stories. From a film about a fading movie star struggling to gain artistic credibility ("Birdman") to a picture...
  • 'American Sniper' scores huge at box office, soon to top $100 million

    Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" has already surpassed tracking expectations for the holiday weekend, pulling in a projected $90.2 million in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through Sunday. The war drama is poised to add about $15 million Monday,...
  • TCA 2015: Fox network chiefs acknowledge 'uphill battle'

    TCA 2015: Fox network chiefs acknowledge 'uphill battle'
    Fox's new television team stepped into the spotlight Saturday to articulate their mission: broaden the appeal of the languishing network while still creating bold and risky programming. Last spring, Fox's battle-scarred entertainment chief Kevin...