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How 'Batman Returns' Producer Transitioned to the Director's Chair

Denise Di Novi, who makes her directing debut with Warner Bros.' thriller 'Unforgettable,' talks about Katherine Heigl's ‘fearless’ honesty, Winona Ryder's comeback and the merits of Hollywood's bad-boy era.read more (Movies 30-Mar-17)

Jordan Peele on What 'Get Out' Teaches Hollywood

"Black voices will tell good stories just like anybody else," says the 'Key & Peele' star and helmer of the breakout horror hit, who's being honored as CinemaCon's director of the year.read more (Movies 30-Mar-17)

Warner Bros. Exec Sue Kroll Addresses Windowing Issue at CinemaCon

The studio presented its slate Wednesday in Las Vegas.read more (Movies 30-Mar-17)

'Aquaman' Shows Off Imaginative Concept Art at CinemaCon

James Wan debuted the first look at the film, which will soon begin shooting.read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' Sets a Path for Revenge at CinemaCon

The Guy Ritchie film debuts May 12. read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Marvel's Comic Book X-Men Move to New York, Get Back to Superheroing Basics

'X-Men: Prime' relocates the franchise and launches a new, more upbeat direction for the comic book version of the franchise. read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

'Annabelle 2' Director Reveals Horror Sequel's Title

Welcome to 'Creation.'read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

'Fate of the Furious': First Reactions From Surprise CinemaCon Screening

Sounds like the family's doing just fine. read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

'Justice League': Zack Snyder Brings Banter-Heavy Footage to CinemaCon

Zack Snyder's teamup 'Justice League' hits theaters Nov. 17.read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

'Wonder Woman' Love Story Explored in New Footage at CinemaCon

The DC hero, played by Gal Gadot, returns to the big screen June 2.read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Anne Hathaway Sends Her "Freak Flag Flying" With Monster Movie 'Colossal'

Alongside co-star Jason Sudeikis, the actress and executive producer toasted director Nacho Vigalondo Tuesday night at the New York premiere of her new film.read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk': Intense Footage Stuns at CinemaCon

"I wanted to tell the story in the most visceral way possible," said Nolan of his World War II drama. read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Oscar Isaac to Star in Nazi Hunting Thriller 'Operation Finale'

Chris Weitz is directing the thriller, which tells of the capture of Adolf Eichmann. read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

David Beckham Debuts Facial Scar for 'King Arthur' Role, Creates Stir on Social Media

The former soccer star posted a photo on Instagram with the caption, "Rough Day at the Office," showing off his new look for the Guy Ritchie film.read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Dive Into a Psychedelic Art World With 'Electric Sublime' Comic (Exclusive Trailer)

What if art could get inside your head, literally?read more (Movies 29-Mar-17)

Disney's 'Beauty' Delivers Beastly Second Weekend, While 'Power Rangers' Opens with $40.5M

Disney's Beauty and the Beast delivered a monster second weekend, pulling in enough to make it the fourth largest second weekend of all-time and pushing the film over $315 million in a matter of just ten days. Added to that, Lionsgate's release of Saban's Power Rangers debuted in second place and proved there was still an audience for the franchise that began in the early '90s. Meanwhile, Sony's Life didn't show much of it and WB's CHiPs finished mostly as expected, settling in the lower ha... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-Mar-17)

'Beauty and the Beast' to Repeat at #1 Over 'Power Rangers', 'Life' and 'CHiPs'

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Disney's Beauty and the Beast is looking at a monster second weekend, appearing as if it might outperform even the most optimistic expectations after it brought in an estimated $23.6 million on Friday. Disney is estimating a weekend in the low-to-mid $80s while rival studios estimate it may actually top $90 million, dropping less than 50% for a second weekend that will rank in the all-time top five as it pushes well over $300 million in just ten days. Elsewhere, Lion... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 23-Mar-17)

'Beauty and the Beast' Delivers a Record-Setting $170 Million Opening

Disney's live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast has delivered a film the size of a summer blockbuster in the month of March, debuting with not only a record-setting March opening weekend, but the seventh largest domestic opening of all-time as Disney now owns six of the top seven opening weekends of all-time. Thanks in large part to Beauty and the Beast's opening, but also to the continued strong performances from Logan, Get Out and a decent hold from Kong: Skull Island, this weekend's ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Mar-17)

'Beauty and the Beast' Hopes to Tell a Tale of a March Opening Weekend Record

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: With an estimated $63.78 million, Disney's Beauty and the Beast topped the Friday box office, on its way to a three-day currently expected to finish anywhere from $155-162 million according to industry sources. There remains a chance it could reach Batman v Superman's $166 million, March opening record, but it's too early to tell if that will be the case. By comparison, Batman v Superman brought in $81.5 million on Friday. Additionally, BH Tilt's The Belko Experiment... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 16-Mar-17)

'Kong: Skull Island' Roars to $61M Opening While 'Logan' and 'Get Out' Stay Strong

Warner Bros and Legendary's Kong: Skull Island delivered a strong opening weekend performance, topping the weekend box office and becoming the third film in as many weeks to outperform expectations. The other two films, Logan and Get Out, continued their successful runs as they finished in second and third position respectfully, with Logan just $6.3 million shy of topping The LEGO Batman Movie as the highest grossing domestic release of 2017 in just ten days. Overall, the top twelve grossed... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 12-Mar-17)

'Kong' Challenges Wolverine for Weekend Box Office Supremacy

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Kong: Skull Island delivered an estimated $20.25 million on Friday, which compares favorably to San Andreas, which brought in $18.1 million on Friday before opening with $54.5 million. Current industry estimates have Kong settling around $52-55 million for the weekend, but don't be surprised if it jumps a little higher. The film scored a "B+" CinemaScore, which is just a notch behind San Andreas' "A-". We'll be back tomorrow with a complete look a... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 09-Mar-17)

'Logan' Finishes Jackman's Wolverine and Kick-Starts March

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'Logan' Poised for Best Finish Over the Weekend

WEEKEND PREVIEW:The final, R-rated, impale-happy, Hugh Jackman-cussing Wolverine film, Logan hits 4,071 theaters this weekend and Fox's guidance is $60 million. The studio is pulling its punches (or adamantium claws) though as that means they think it's heading for $14.7K per screen average. In a weekend where its competition is the well-reviewed holdover Get Out, the Groundhog Day YA film, Before I Fall, and Lionsgate/Summit's faith-based film, The Shack, Logan's prospects seem better tha... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 03-Mar-17)

Get Out Earns $30.5 Million on Oscar Weekend

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'LEGO Batman' Tops Presidents' Day Weekend, 'Great Wall' Leads Newcomers

The LEGO Batman Movie topped the weekend box office for a second week in a row, holding off a trio of newcomers led by Universal's The Great Wall. Fellow new releases, Fist Fight and particularly Fox's A Cure for Wellness, fizzled in their respective debuts as the start of 2017's Presidents' Day weekend saw the top twelve come in 47% behind last year. While that was mostly to be expected, it's a rather significant dip as 2017 is currently pacing 10.4% behind 2016's yearly grosses. With ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Feb-17)