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'Pirates of the Caribbean': Watch the Trailers for All 5 Films in the Franchise

The next installment, 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Tales,' hits theaters May 26.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Warner Bros. Bringing 'Justice League' Costumes, Promotions to Licensing Expo

The DC superhero team-up will be front and center during this week's Las Vegas trade show.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Hollywood Remembers Roger Moore

The actor, who played 007 in seven films, died after a short battle with cancer.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

How 'The Temple of Doom' Changed the MPAA Ratings System

After an uproar from parents over surprising graphic content, Steven Spielberg used his clout to create the PG-13 rating.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Entertainment One Full-Year Earnings Fall on Film Business Restructuring

The 'Designated Survivor' producer saw revenue rise sharply but took a write-down to end a deal with a film partner. read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Cannes Holds Moment of Silence in Wake of Manchester Attack

"This is yet another attack on culture, youth and joyfulness," the festival says as an event for 'Cars 3' gets canceled.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Priyanka Chopra Reassures 'Baywatch' Viewers of Raunchy Content, Female Appeal

"For so many years, the show was only [gazing at] the women. This time, we’re definitely making it about the men, too," she told THR of the new take. "Payback, bitches!"read more (Movies 23-May-17)

'Transformers,' 'My Little Pony' and More to be Showcased at Three-Day Hasbro Convention

The first 'HASCON FANmily' event will take place in Rhode Island this September.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

James Gunn, Patty Jenkins, More Send Condolences to Zach Snyder After Family Tragedy

"Our hearts are with the Snyder's and have been. Truly good people and friends to so many," the 'Wonder Woman' director tweeted Monday.read more (Movies 23-May-17)

Cannes: 'Beauty and the Dogs' Goes to Oscilloscope

Kaouther Ben Hania's film screened in the Un Certain Regard sidebar.read more (Movies 22-May-17)

Nantucket Film Festival: Ben Stiller to Host Screenwriters Tribute, 'Ingrid Goes West' Joins Lineup

Additionally, the Mariska Hargitay-produced sexual assault doc 'I Am Evidence' has also been added to the 22nd annual event, set to run June 21-26.read more (Movies 22-May-17)

Jordan Peele's Next Film Lands Spring 2019 Release Date

Peele will write, direct and produce the untitled social thriller. read more (Movies 22-May-17)

Zack Snyder Steps Down From 'Justice League' to Deal With Family Tragedy

The filmmaker's daughter died by suicide in March, prompting him to take a break from work and hire Joss Whedon to finish the Warner Bros. superhero pic: "I’ve decided to take a step back from the movie to be with my family, be with my kids, who really need me."read more (Movies 22-May-17)

From Meme to Movie: Rihanna, Lupita Nyong'o Project in the Works at Netflix

Ava DuVernay is on board to direct, while Issa Rae is in talks to write.read more (Movies 22-May-17)

Ricky Gervais Talks "Insatiable" Fame, Jabs Trump and Teases New Sitcom

"I've got Trump hands — they haven't done a day's work in their life, they're so soft!" he joked before performing a song from his 'David Brent: Life on the Road' film.read more (Movies 22-May-17)

'Alien: Covenant' Narrowly Edges Out 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' To Top Weekend Box Office

It's a tight race at the top as weekend estimates have Alien: Covenant holding a narrow lead over Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 for the #1 spot at the weekend box office. Considering Guardians has been underestimated the past two weekends by $1.46 million and $2.25 million, tomorrow afternoon's actuals will be something to look out for as less than $1 million separates the two films. Meanwhile, WB and MGM's Everything, Everything delivered on the high end of industry expectations while Fox... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 21-May-17)

'Alien: Covenant' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Duke it Out for Weekend Box Office #1

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Fox's Alien: Covenant enjoyed a strong opening day, delivering an estimated $15.35 million (including $4.2m in Thursday previews). Early expectations for the weekend are for a $38-40+ million three-day and a #1 opening. In second is Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, which is looking to deliver close to our weekend prediction with an estimated $8.8 million on Friday headed toward a $33-35 million weekend. WB and MGM's Everything, Everything also delivered a solid F... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-May-17)

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Holds at #1 While 'King Arthur' Falls on His Sword

UPDATE: Fox has finally sent over debut international results for Alien: Covenant, which released in 34 international markets this weekend with an estimated $42 million. The film was #1 in 19 of its opening markets including South Korea ($7.2m), UK ($6.4m), France ($4.5m), Australia ($3.1m), Spain ($1.9m) and Hong Kong ($1.8m). Next weekend, along with its domestic debut in 3,600+ theaters, the film will open in 52 markets including Germany, Russia and Sweden. Here's a look at the top p... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 14-May-17)

As 'Guardians 2' Repeats at #1 'King Arthur' & 'Snatched' Will Duel Over Mother's Day Weekend

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 11-May-17)

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Debuts with $145 Million Domestically, Tops $425M Worldwide

Accounting for over 79% of the cumulative top ten gross, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 topped the domestic box office, showing a 54% increase compared to the 2014 original and giving Disney the top two openers of 2017 so far. Additionally, the film expanded its reach overseas, including openings in South Korea and China, the latter of which delivered the fourth largest opening in China to date for a film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as the film's global cume has now topped $425 milli... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 07-May-17)

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Looks to Kick Off Summer 2017 with a Bang

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 delivered an estimated $56.2 million on Friday and has Disney anticipating an opening around $140 million as it's well below the $68.8 million Friday for Iron Man 3, which opened with $174.1 million and ahead of the $51.2 million brought in by Iron Man 2, which debuted with $128.1 million. The film scored an "A" CinemaScore, which is right in line with pretty much every other film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, all of which hav... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-May-17)

'Furious 8' Tops $1 Billion, 'Latin Lover' and 'Baahubali 2' Open Big & 'Guardians 2' Debuts

While it's no small feat that The Fate of the Furious finished atop the box office for a third weekend in a row while crossing $1 billion worldwide, Pantelion's How to be a Latin Lover and Great India Films' Baahubali 2: The Conclusion are stealing some of the spotlight as the two films finished in second and third place at the domestic box office, despite the fact the two films played in just over 1,500 theaters combined. Additionally, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 got off to a healthy s... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 30-Apr-17)

'Furious 8' Will Threepeat, 'Baahubali 2' Looks Strong & 'Guardians 2' Debuts Overseas

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: As expected, it will be The Fate of the Furious atop the weekend box office once again. The film brought in an estimated $5.1 million on Friday and is expected to bring in about $18.5 million for the weekend. Coming in second is a bit of a surprise, however, as Lionsgate and Pantelion's How to be a Latin Lover stormed the box office on Friday to the tune of an estimated $3.9 million and is now expected to bring in no less than $12 million for its three-day opening. T... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 27-Apr-17)

'Furious 8' Tops $900 Million Worldwide as Disney's 'Born in China' Bests All Newcomers

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 23-Apr-17)

'Fate of the Furious' Set to Repeat at #1 as Five New Releases Hit Theaters

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: The Fate of the Furious is right on pace with expectations, bringing in an estimated $11.2 million on Friday, en route to a $35-38 million second weekend. Meanwhile, the film will remain the #1 film in the world this weekend as its international total as of last night is $636.3 million and the international weekend estimate is currently $171 million from 65 territories as it looks to top $910 million by Sunday and will cross $1 billion worldwide next week. Of the new... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 20-Apr-17)