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  • WME's Amos Newman Emerges From the Shadow of Showbiz Royalty

    Three years into its existence, WME's Music for Visual Media Dept. is trumpeting major successes for its newbie composers, from Alex Ebert's Golden Globe win for "All Is Lost" to Junkie XL's "300: Rise of an Empire" and "Divergent" scores, to the maestros...
  • Universal's Duncan Clark to Receive CineEurope Distributor Honor

    LONDON -- CineEurope, the leading event for European exhibitors, will present its International Distributor of the Year Award to Duncan Clark, president, distribution, Universal Pictures Intl. Variety can also report that Clark has just re-upped at UPI,...
  • The best Oscar-worthy songs thwarted by 'Alone Yet Not Alone'

    The best Oscar-worthy songs thwarted by 'Alone Yet Not Alone'
    The poor little Oscar song category just can't seem to get a break. The Academy this week struck the title song from little-known faith-based film "Alone Yet Not Alone" from contention, placing the spotlight once again on a field that's struggled to get...
  • Tom Cruise maintains Suri abandonment claims are 'patently false'

    Tom Cruise maintains Suri abandonment claims are 'patently false'
    Tom Cruise is declaring his devotion to Suri Cruise, his daughter with ex-wife Katie Holmes, in court documents related to his $50-million lawsuit against a couple of tabloids. It's one of the first times the A-lister has opened up about his divorce,...
  • Oscar Nominations: 'Frozen,' 'Her' and 'Alone Yet Not Alone' for song?

    Oscar Nominations: 'Frozen,' 'Her' and 'Alone Yet Not Alone' for song?
    U2, Pharrell Williams and Karen O -- names more befitting of Grammy nominations than the Oscars -- are among the contenders for the Academy Award for original song. Here, the heavy-hitters are all underdogs, as they will have to vie for Oscar gold on...
  • First Image: Russell Crowe's Helming Debut 'The Water Diviner'

    LONDON -- The first image has been released from the set of Russell Crowe's feature helming debut, "The Water Diviner," which is shooting in Australia before moving on to Turkey. Mister Smith Entertainment is handling international sales on the epic...
  • 'RoboCop' roars into theaters on a RoboSaki motorcycle

    'RoboCop' roars into theaters on a RoboSaki motorcycle
    The remake of the 1980s thriller "RoboCop" roars into theaters this weekend, and the title character roars into action on a motorcycle. Except he doesn't roar. The filmmakers behind the MGM remake were determined that the futuristic robocycle...
  • Academy Hits Right Note with Inaugural Oscar Concert

    The Academy got it right with its first-ever Oscar concert featuring live performances of this year's nominated musical scores and songs. Thursday's show at UCLA's Royce Hall was a textbook model of how film music should be presented in concert: single-...
  • Box Office: 'Need for Speed' Takes Off with $1.1 Million at Late-Night Shows

    Disney-DreamWorks' race-car actioner "Need for Speed" has gotten out of the gate with a respectable $1.1 million from Thursday-night showings in the U.S. Warner Bros. saw a robust start for midnight screenings of "Veronica Mars" with $260,000 at 95...
  • Despite Auds' Dedication to Hand-Drawn Animation, CG Is Slowly Making Inroads in Japan

    The Japanese market loves homegrown hand-drawn animation: In 2013, six of the 10 top-earning domestic films were toons, with Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises," at $120 million, topping the list. And while the local biz has maintained its traditional...
  • The coming apocalypse -- rated PG-13

    The coming apocalypse -- rated PG-13
    You’re in training for the apocalypse — and you may not even realize it. The entertainment and the science out there now are getting us to contemplate, even subliminally, what we would be and what we would do in a life without everything...