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  • 'Lego Movie Sequel' connects with 'Community' director Rob Schrab

    There's a new kid on the blocks. Director Rob Schrab will make his feature film debut with "The Lego Movie Sequel," Warner Bros. announced Tuesday. A veteran of TV comedy, Schrab has directed episodes of "Community," "The Mindy Project" and "The Sarah...
  • 'American Sniper' trial: Chris Kyle killer sentenced to life in prison

    'American Sniper' trial: Chris Kyle killer sentenced to life in prison
    Troubled veteran Eddie Ray Routh was convicted of capital murder late Tuesday in the slaying of two men, including Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL whose life inspired the blockbuster "American Sniper." Routh, 27, was sentenced to life without possibility of...
  • NBCUniversal sees growth in theme parks and movie studio

    NBCUniversal revenue last year increased 7.5% to $25.4 billion with improvements at the NBC broadcast network, cable channels and theme parks. "We still believe we have significant upside," NBCUniversal Chief Executive Steve Burke told Wall Street...
  • Oscars 2016: It's not too early to consider the next best picture race

    Oscars 2016: It's not too early to consider the next best picture race
    Weeks before the Oscars were handed out Sunday, studios were already taking meetings with awards consultants for next year’s best picture contenders. What movies might we be hearing about again (and again ... and again) later this year? An early...
  • 'American Sniper' leads Friday box office

    'American Sniper' leads Friday box office
    True to projections, Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper” led the box office race, shooting far past other new releases including the Kevin Hart comedy “The Wedding Ringer” and family film “Paddington.” The Iraq...
  • Fox Searchlight leads studios in Academy Award wins

    Fox Searchlight leads studios in Academy Award wins
    Fox Searchlight Pictures took flight at the Oscars thanks to "Birdman" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel." The specialty film label, a division of 20th Century Fox, racked up eight awards during the Sunday night telecast to beat out Hollywood rivals. Its...
  • ‘Suicide Squad': Joel Kinnaman in early talks to replace Tom Hardy

     
    Joel Kinnaman is in early talks to replace Tom Hardy in “Suicide Squad,” director David Ayer's upcoming film based on […]...
  • '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...
  • 'American Sniper' gives Warner Bros. a needed boost

    Warner Bros. Pictures President Greg Silverman and his colleagues huddled in a darkened screening room on the Burbank lot. Director Clint Eastwood had just finished shooting "American Sniper" in Morocco and Southern California last summer and wanted...
  • Virginia Symphony Pops announces its 2015-2016 lineup

    Virginia Symphony Pops announces its 2015-2016 lineup
    Pop stars Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., along with musical tributes to Billy Joel and Frank Sinatra, highlight the Virginia Symphony Pops 2015-2016 season. The entire series will take place over five weekends, with four of the five concerts to be...
  • 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 ...