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  • 'Fault in our Stars' Shining for $50 Million Opening Weekend

    The stars have aligned for "The Fault in our Stars" with Friday estimates reaching as high as $50 million for its opening weekend in the U.S. for the tear-jerking romance. The film -- starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort -- looked likely to hit...
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' outshines Tom Cruise at box office

    It’s young-adult drama in, Tom Cruise out at the box office this weekend. Teen weepie “The Fault in Our Stars” had audiences reaching for their Kleenexes on Friday as the movie took in a whopping $26 million. The Fox film is on its way...
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' tops Tom Cruise's 'Edge of Tomorrow' for No. 1

    'Fault in Our Stars' tops Tom Cruise's 'Edge of Tomorrow' for No. 1
    To say "The Fault in Our Stars" edged out Tom Cruise's sci-fi epic "Edge of Tomorrow" would be an understatement, OK? OK. The Fox snifflefest took in $48.2 million in the U.S. and Canada over the weekend, according to an estimate from distributor Fox,...
  • Andy Weir's 'The Martian' tailor made for film

    "I WONDERED why I wasn't more dead?" That dry remark comes from Mark Watney, stranded astronaut, within the first few pages of a hugely entertaining novel, "The Martian," written by Andy Weir. THIS BOOK, a first novel, was originally self-published...
  • Warner Bros., Tom Cruise Gear Up to Make Sure 'Tomorrow' Never Dies

    "Edge of Tomorrow" might be one of Tom Cruise's better films in recent memory but will audiences show up to see it? Warner Bros., the film's distributor, hopes so, despite the worrisome lack of buzz as the sci-fi movie nears its June 6 opening....
  • Film Review: 'Edge of Tomorrow'

    "Groundhog Day" and "Starship Troopers" make surprisingly compatible bedfellows in "Edge of Tomorrow," a cleverly crafted and propulsively executed sci-fi thriller in which an untrained soldier must relive the same day over and over again -- expiring...
  • Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie Test Star Power at International B.O. With 'Edge of Tomorrow,' 'Maleficent'

    "Edge of Tomorrow" and "Maleficent" will face off at the global box office next week in what is shaping up to be a true test of international star power. Warner Bros., the studio behind "Edge of Tomorrow," is mobilizing for an ambitious overseas debut...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Tom Cruise to Visit Three Countries In One Day for 'Edge of Tomorrow' Premieres

    Tom Cruise is known in Hollywood as one of the hardest working stars in the business. At last year's Produced By Conference, he claimed to have come up with the idea of holding red carpet premieres in cities all over the world. He's about to outdo himself...
  • 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,...