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  • Warner Bros. Closes Financing Deal With Dune, Brett Ratner, James Packer

    Warner Bros. has closed a financing deal with RatPac-Dune Entertainment, a four-year partnership with Dune's Steven Mnuchin, filmmaker Brett Ratner and Australian billionaire James Packer, to fund up to 75 upcoming films. The total funds are expected...
  • On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 7-13

     
    On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 7-13 After Earth¬†Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith star in director M. Night Shyamalan’s futuristic tale of a father and son stranded on Earth a millennium after humanity left the planet. The son must brave the...
  • Why box-office surprises are becoming more common

    Why box-office surprises are becoming more common
    The numbers said "Kick-Ass 2" was going to do just that. Before its theatrical release, audience tracking surveys estimated the superhero action-comedy could gross as much as $25 million its opening weekend. Instead, the sequel took in only $13...
  • Smut Glut in Movies and on TV Is a Real Turn-Off

    Here's a sentence I never wanted to write: Sex is becoming a turn-off. TV and movie sex, that is. The sheer mention of sex seems to intrude into nearly every TV comedy or drama, at virtually any hour, leading viewers to wonder whether a wilder...
  • For guys, there's the usual and then the unusual

    For guys, there's the usual and then the unusual
    "What happened last night?" — a line from the hit 2009 film "The Hangover." LAS VEGAS — As the characters in the quintessential guys-bonding-in-Vegas movie "The Hangover" discovered, Sin City offers a multitude of grown-up escapes that could...
  • Interview: Evolution key to Mike Epps' next moves

    Interview: Evolution key to Mike Epps' next moves
    Mike Epps considers himself a “crossover” artist of sorts these days. The star of 2000's “Next Friday” and 2002's “Friday After Next,” who noted he has been popular with black audiences since he began his career as...
  • The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Food and whine, wenches and Styx

    The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Food and whine, wenches and Styx
    There will be a lot of talk this weekend about the sensual relationship we have with food. But will the Food Network South Beach Wine and Food Festival let you hit a friend in the kisser with a tomato or dip a crispy stick of bacon in a pool of chocolate?...
  • Hollywood Has Record Summer at Box Office

    Final summer box office came in slightly higher than expected, at $4.75 billion -- a new record, up nearly 8% over the $4.4 billion summer benchmark set in 2011. Admissions, at approximately 567 million, saw a four-year high, but not a record, according...
  • 'Hangover 3': Another binge, sans the guilty pleasures ★★

    'Hangover 3': Another binge, sans the guilty pleasures ★★
    Slow, sentimental and somewhat sedated, the third "Hangover" movie isn't so much exhausted of outrageous "Oh no, they didn't!" ideas as it is spent of energy. And they knew it too. The only raunchy moment is stuffed into the closing credits, a "we...
  • 'Hangover Part III' trails second film at international box office

    When "The Hangover Part III" opened with half as many ticket sales as its predecessor in May, it was clear American moviegoers had tired of the Wolf Pack.  But there was hope yet for Warner Bros. In the two years between the second and third "Hangover,"...
  • 'Star Trek Into Darkness' wings in at No. 1 but not at warp speed

    "Star Trek Into Darkness" opened atop the U.S. box office, though its debut didn't quite make the jump to warp speed that Paramount Pictures executives expected. "Into Darkness," the second J.J. Abrams-directed installment in the long-running science-...