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  • 'American Sniper' expected to hold down No. 1 spot at box office

    'American Sniper' expected to hold down No. 1 spot at box office
    Despite three new releases, "American Sniper" will likely hold down the top spot at the box office. The war drama shattered several box office records and surpassed tracking expectations over the busy four-day Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. In its...
  • '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,...
  • '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....
  • Box office: Will Smith's 'Focus' debuts to $900,000 Thursday night

    Box office: Will Smith's 'Focus' debuts to $900,000 Thursday night
    Warner Bros.' "Focus," starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, opened with $900,000 in domestic ticket sales from Thursday night pre-shows.  The $50-million R-rated crime comedy is expected to push Universal's "Fifty Shades of Grey" from the top of the...
  • DreamWorks Animation's box-office flops may result in 400 job cuts

    DreamWorks Animation SKG, the upstart studio that once rivaled Walt Disney Studios in mining box-office gold from animated features, is embarking on a fresh round of layoffs following a string of disappointing releases. DreamWorks is looking to shave as...
  • Rising country star Brandy Clark reflects on whirlwind year

    Rising country star Brandy Clark reflects on whirlwind year
    Long before Brandy Clark scored 2015 Grammy nominations for best new artist and country album, and before critics started lauding her 2013 debut album “12 Stories” as one of the freshest arrivals in recent years, the singer and songwriter knew...
  • Local leaders bid farewell to retiring workforce advocate Don Nakamoto

    Several civic, business and education leaders from Glendale and Burbank showed up to the Verdugo Jobs Center on Wednesday to pay tribute to Don Nakamoto, who, for almost two decades has served as director of the Verdugo Workforce Investment Board and...
  • '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...