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  • 'Spider-Man 2' sews up China box office; earnings top $55 million

    "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" sewed up the No. 1 spot at China's box office in the seven days ending Sunday with $45 million and now has taken in more than $55 million on the mainland. In its first eight days of release, Sony Pictures' Spidey sequel...
  • Sony Pictures records fiscal fourth-quarter profit

    Sony Pictures records fiscal fourth-quarter profit
    Although Sony Corp. reported a fiscal fourth-quarter loss of $1.3 billion on Wednesday, the Tokyo-based company's film and television studio fared better. For the three months ending March 31, Sony Pictures Entertainment posted a profit of $402 million,...
  • Sony Lands Edward Snowden Story For Bond Producers

    Sony Pictures Entertainment has optioned the film rights to the book "No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State" with the James Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions producing the pic....
  • Cannes: Studiocanal Ups the Ante With Market Slate

    Studiocanal has brought two new, high-profile films onto the market at Cannes. Both pics say much about the strategic choices that Studiocanal, which handles the biggest movie production budget of any company in Europe, is now taking. James Watkins ("...
  • Buzzy British Movies at This Year's Cannes

    Competition Jimmy's Hall (pictured) Director: Ken Loach Production company: Sixteen Films, Element Pictures Sales agent: Entertainment One Key cast: Barry Ward, Simone Kirby, Andrew Scott Logline: Period drama set in 1930s Ireland during its "Red Scare."...
  • A little goes a long way

    A little goes a long way
    Pablo Unzueta photographs a woman posing with her handcrafted necklaces and bracelets on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles. The little money she earns from making and selling jewelery helps her "make ends meet," Unzueta says. The image was taken...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Mr. Turner'

    English painting's renowned master of light, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), gets a suitably illuminating screen biography in Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner," an ecstatically beautiful and exquisitely detailed portrait of the artist as a cantankerous...
  • Ryan Seacrest, Advance Publications Invest in DigiTour, a YouTube Concert Promoter

    DigiTour Media, a startup that produces concerts and events featuring YouTube stars, has received funding from strategic investors Ryan Seacrest and Advance Publications, parent company of Condé Nast. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed. L.A.-...
  • Amazon's Battle With Netflix Has Only Just Begun

    Amazon.com may still be a long way from Netflix's hefty marketshare, but its recent pact with HBO is just the beginning of an aggressive effort to compete, says head of music and video Bill Carr. Carr says licensed and original SVOD are just parts of the...
  • 'Godzilla' Invades Weekend Box Office for Potential $70 Million Opening

    Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' "Godzilla" could end up atop the monster movie heap, as it's currently tracking to gross upwards of $70 million domestically through Sunday. Budgeted at $160 million, "Godzilla," directed by Gareth Edwards ("Monsters"...
  • Console Sales Hot in April for Videogame Biz

    Consumers snatched up videogame consoles and accessories in April, but bought fewer games than they did a year ago, according to a new report released by NPG Group. Hardware sales increased 76% to $192.8 million during the month, while accessories rose...