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Elizabeth Olsen Set to Star in 'Kodachrome' (Exclusive)

The 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' star joins Ed Harris and Jason Sudeikis in the upcoming road trip drama set around the last shop in the U.S. to develop Kodachrome film.read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Why the Venice Film Fest Matters More to Oscar (Sorry, Toronto)

After premiering three major Academy Award winners in a row, the world’s oldest film fest is once again Hollywood’s awards-season launchpad.read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

San Sebastian Completes Official Lineup

Three new films, including Anne Hatheway's decidely strange out-of-competition 'Colossal,' round out this year's program. read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Disney India Getting Out of Bollywood Production (Report)

After setting box office records in India with 'The Jungle Book,' and mis-firing on Bollywood title 'Mohenjo Daro," the studio is shifting focus to its Hollywood slate. read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

3D 'Jason Bourne' Causes Nausea, Protest in China

Universal Pictures created an "exclusive" 3D version of the film for select Asian markets, but many moviegoers say the format makes for a queasy mix with Paul Greengrass' handheld camerawork and frenetic editing style. read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Zurich Film Festival: Double Dose of Daniel Radcliffe

The 'Harry Potter' star will screen both 'Imperium' and 'Swiss Army Man' and will hold a master class in Zurich. read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

'A United Kingdom' Trailer: David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike Star in the Royal Love Story

The drama follows Seretse Khama, a member of the royal family in a former English colony in Africa, who shocked the world when he married white British bank clerk Ruth Williams in 1948, when interracial marriage was illegal. read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Sam Mendes in Early Talks to Direct Live-Action 'James and the Giant Peach' for Disney

The classic Roald Dahl story was adapted into a stop-motion animation in 1996 by Henry Selick.read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Inhales $1.9 Million Thursday

'Southside With You,' 'Mechanic: Resurrection' and the Roberto Duran boxing biopic 'Hands of Stone' also open this weekend.read more (Movies 26-Aug-16)

Amber Heard-Johnny Depp Drama Continues With Disagreement Over Donation to Charity

Heard says her ex is trying to cut his financial liability in half by cashing in on tax deductions.read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

Demi Moore Joins Scarlett Johansson in 'Rock That Body'

Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell, Ilana Glazer and Zoe Kravitz also star.read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

'Godless' ('Bezbog'): Sarajevo Review

Debutante director Ralitza Petrova’s prize-winning, Toronto-bound thriller exposes the rotten state of her native Bulgaria.read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

'Manchester by the Sea' Trailer: Casey Affleck Reluctantly Returns Home

The Kenneth Lonergan film hits select theaters Nov. 18. read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

Academy President on 'Birth of a Nation' Backlash: "People Need to See the Movie"

"I know just by the conversation that has gone on at Sundance that it's clearly a movie that filmgoers should go and see," Cheryl Boone Isaacs says of the Nate Parker film.read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

This Batman Cosplay Is Worthy of a Guinness World Record

The suit's 23 working gadgets caught the eye of the Guinness.read more (Movies 25-Aug-16)

'Don't Breathe' Tops Friday, Heading Toward $22M+ Opening

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: With an estimated $10 million on Friday, Screen Gems' Don't Breathe took the #1 spot with ease and will breeze through to a weekend win around $22 million. Meanwhile, Jason Statham's Mechanic: Resurrection pulled in an estimated $2.6 million on Friday and is expected to bring in $6.5-7 million for the three-day weekend. Roadside and Miramar's Southside with You brought in approximately $1 million on Friday and is expected to bring in $2.6-3 million for the weekend wh... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Aug-16)

'Suicide Squad' Threepeats at #1, While 'Ben-Hur' Becomes Latest Big Budget Flop

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 21-Aug-16)

'Suicide Squad' and 'Sausage Party' Look to Take Down Newcomers, 'Kubo', 'War Dogs' & 'Ben-Hur'

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Leading the weekend's newcomers, Warner Bros' War Dogs brought in an estimated $5.5 million on Friday, heading toward an opening weekend around $14.5 million. This is likely going to place the film in third place behind WB's Suicide Squad, which is looking at a $20+ weekend after an estimated $6 million on Friday and Sony's Sausage Party, which should finish around $15.5 million for the weekend. Focus and Laika's Kubo and the Two Strings brought in an estimated $4 mi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-Aug-16)

'Suicide Squad' Drops Big, But Remains #1 as 'Sausage Party' Eats Up the Box Office

Despite Suicide Squad's large, to-be-expected second weekend drop, the film pulled in more than enough to hold off all newcomers for a second weekend at number one at the box office as it now totals more than $465 million worldwide. Meanwhile, Sony's R-rated animated comedy Sausage Party scored a strong second place finish, ahead of fellow new releases including Disney's reboot of Pete's Dragon and Paramount's release of Florence Foster Jenkins. Overall the top twelve totaled $157.8 millio... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 14-Aug-16)

'Suicide Squad' Shoots Down August Record with $135 Million Opening

For the third time this year a superhero movie has broken an opening weekend record and with it a continuing trend that finds the previous week's box office champion suffering a hefty second weekend drop. This time around it's Warner Bros' Suicide Squad decimating the previous August opening weekend record by more than $40 million while Universal's Jason Bourne experiences a 62% drop in its sophomore session. That said, with the top twelve totaling a massive $223.9 million, this weekend's ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 07-Aug-16)

'Suicide Squad' Set for August Opening Record Despite Negative Reviews

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Suicide Squad got off to a massive start yesterday, delivering an estimated $65.1 million (including $20.5 million in Thursday night previews). While this opening could very easily translate into a weekend right around Mojo's forecasted $145 million, recent history suggests an opening closer to $138 million is a more likely scenario. The film did top Batman v Superman's "B" CinemaScore by receiving a "B+" from opening day audiences, which could help i... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Aug-16)

'Jason Bourne' Tops Weekend with $60M; 'Star Trek Beyond' Suffers Big Second Weekend Drop

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 31-Jul-16)

Weekend Forecast: 'Jason Bourne', 'Bad Moms' and 'Nerve' Hit Theaters

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Universal's Jason Bourne is coming out strong, delivering an estimated $22.7 million on Friday and heading toward a $60+ million opening weekend. This puts it ahead of Mojo's forecast and the "A-" CinemaScore answers whether or not opening day audiences would show it the support that would allow it to improve on expectations. Internationally Jason Bourne debuted in 46 international markets and grossed an estimated $22.8 million, the largest international op... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 28-Jul-16)

'Star Trek Beyond' Debuts at #1, 'Lights Out' Opens Strong and 'Ice Age 5' Bombs

Topped by Star Trek Beyond, five films grossed over $20 million this weekend for the first time since May 24, 2015 and for only the sixth time ever*. In the five previous instances $45.6 million was the largest gross for the #1 film when Monsters University topped the weekend back on June 30, 2013, which separates this weekend from the rest thanks to the estimated $59.6 million Beyond delivered in its debut performance. Also opening this weekend, and topping the $20 million threshold, was t... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 24-Jul-16)

'Star Trek Beyond' Beams Into Theaters Alongside 'Ice Age 5' and 'Lights Out'

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Star Trek Beyond topped the Friday box office with an estimated $22.5 million with Paramount anticipating a $60 million three-day opening weekend, though it seems most likely it will end closer to $56-58 million. Reviews for the third Trek installment have been strong and that was also reflected in the "A-" CinemaScore the film received from opening day audiences, which could give the film a boost over Saturday and Sunday. Warner Bros and New Line have scor... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 21-Jul-16)