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  • Social Media Buzz: Marvel's 'Guardians' Face Off Against Return of the 'Ninja Turtles'

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the...
  • 'Hundred-Foot Journey' Producer Talks Food, Family and France

    What ingredients go into a movie that's part foodie pic and part heartwarming ode to family? A dash of Steven Spielberg, a soupcon of Oprah Winfrey, and a heaping helping of actors -- including Helen Mirren and Om Puri. Stirring the batter are director...
  • Icon Acquires U.K. Rights to Tom Hanks Starrer 'A Hologram for the King'

    LONDON -- Icon Film Distribution has acquired U.K. rights to Tom Tykwer's comedic drama "A Hologram for the King," which stars Tom Hanks. Tykwer, who co-directed Hanks in "Cloud Atlas" with the Wachowski siblings, adapted the script to "Hologram" from...
  • Foodie montages aside, 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' unsurprising, unnecessary

    If food be the music of love, eat on. Perhaps not quite how Shakespeare put it, but then, the Bard never got to see "The Hundred-Foot Journey," an impossibly overstuffed culinary culture clash rom-com in which an imperious French restaurateur and a...
  • 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' may outshell 'Guardians' at box office

    'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' may outshell 'Guardians' at box office
    Michelangelo and his gang are expected to paint a box-office masterpiece this weekend with the return of popular franchise "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." The Michael Bay-produced film is expected to open with a solid $50 million in ticket sales through...
  • 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' follows its recipe to the letter

    'The Hundred-Foot Journey' follows its recipe to the letter
    Unhurried and unworried, "The Hundred-Foot Journey" runs with the genial precision of the well-oiled machine. A sweet and unapologetic fairy tale for adults, its story of cuisines and cultures in conflict has been polished to such a high sheen it's hard...
  • Bryan Cranston to Star in HBO Films' 'All the Way' Adaptation

    Bryan Cranston is going "All the Way" with HBO Films. The studio has acquired the rights to the Tony Award-winning play starring Cranston as President Lyndon Johnson, which also won him a Tony Award as Best Actor. Robert Schenkkan will adapt his play...
  • Bryan Cranston returning to LBJ role in 'All the Way' for HBO

    Unlike Zoe Caldwell, Ron Leibman and Kathleen Chalfant, actor Bryan Cranston will return to a role he played on the New York stage for a small-screen adaptation by HBO.   Cranston will step back into his Tony Award-winning role as President Lyndon B....
  • Tim Burton's 1989 'Batman' Paved the Way for Superhero Franchises

    It's becoming an annual ritual: Each summer at this time, the studios review their box office numbers and assure us, "Don't worry, next year will be better." Hence, while summer 2014 has been blah (down almost 20%), we're reminded that in 2015, the...
  • First Look at 'Halo: Nightfall' Series Hero (EXCLUSIVE)

    Xbox has provided the first look of Agent Locke, the lead character played Mike Colter in the upcoming digital series "Halo: Nightfall," who also will be prominently featured in next year's "Halo 5: Guardians" video game. Colter (see above) may be best...
  • Brendan Gleeson on playing a priest in 'Calvary'

    Brendan Gleeson on playing a priest in 'Calvary'
    When Brendan Gleeson was not quite 7, a Catholic boy growing up in Dublin, he had it all figured out. "One of the teachings was that you reached the age of reason at 7, I think. Something like that. Up till then you were still a child and you couldn't...