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'Mother' ('Ema'): Film Review

Estonia’s official entry in the Oscar race for Best Foreign Language Film is a darkly funny suspense drama about a mother caring for her comatose son.read more (Movies 30-Sep-16)

'True Memoirs of an International Assassin' Trailer: Kevin James is Supercharged as a Reluctant Action Hero

The action-comedy follows the global exploits of an author turned killer-for-hire after his bestselling novel is mistakenly published as a true story.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

'MAD' Magazine Reveals How Everyone Can Actually Make American Great Again (Exclusive)

Introducing the "I Will Make America Great Again Citizen's Pledge," to help you do your part to restore true values to the country.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Warren Beatty Would Want Ronald Reagan to Play Him in a Biopic

And a few other things THR learned from the legendary actor's Reddit AMA.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

'Justice League': Zack Snyder Steps Into Batman Gear in Set Photo

The director is really getting into Batman's head for this one.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Critic's Picks: Tim Burton's Films Ranked Worst to Best

From the ridiculous (a major misfire of a remake) to the sublime (a freaky fairy tale starring Johnny Depp), THR film critic Stephen Dalton ranks the iconic director's work as his latest fantasy spectacular, 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children,' readies to hit theaters. (Movies 29-Sep-16)

'Miss Peregrine', 'Deepwater Horizon' and 'Masterminds' Close Out September

When compared to last year, September 2016 has been a bit of a rough and tumble month. While there have been a pair of $30+ million openers, there have also been more than a fair share of disappointments. This weekend closes out the month with two new big budget releases in the form of Tim Burton's Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and Peter Berg's Deepwater Horizon, both hoping to make a case for their price tag while the long-delayed ensemble comedy Masterminds finally hits the... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 29-Sep-16)

Is 'Rats' the Grossest Movie Ever Made?

The doc from Morgan Spurlock features parasites, skin diseases and millions of the dreaded vermin — and some screenings serve cooked rat.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Adam Brody, Amanda Crew to Star in Thriller 'The Wanting'

Yam Laranas directs the film about an all-American couple struggling against a fatal threat.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Rachael Taylor to Replace Kate Bosworth in Heist Film 'Finding Steve McQueen' (Exclusive)

The Australian beauty will star in the upcoming bank robbery movie.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

New 'Birth of a Nation' Posters Recall D.W. Griffith KKK Propaganda Film

Griffith's 1915 silent film is now considered KKK propaganda.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Michael Pena, Judi Dench Board 'Murder on the Orient Express' (Exclusive)

Kenneth Branagh is starring in and directing the adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic tale.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Hollywood Flashback: Before Brangelina Split, Pitt and Jolie Played Killer Spouses in 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith'

The couple's blossoming romance on the set of the 2005 film led to Pitt's separation from then-wife Jennifer Aniston.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

'Paterson' Trailer: Adam Driver Is a Poetic Bus Driver

Amazon Studios and Bleecker Street will release the Jim Jarmusch film on Dec. 28. read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

'Wonder Woman' Comic Writer Confirms Hero Is Bisexual

"Now, are we saying Diana has been in love and had relationships with other women? ...The answer is obviously yes," says Greg Rucka in a recent interview.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

Johnny Depp in Talks to Star in 'Murder on the Orient Express'

Kenneth Branagh is directing and starring in the adaptation of the Agatha Christie classic.read more (Movies 29-Sep-16)

With $35 Million 'Magnificent Seven' Tops Another Lackluster September Weekend

It wasn't quite the weekend we forecasted on Thursday afternoon as Sony's The Magnificent Seven remake and WB's animated Storks both fell short of Mojo's lofty expectations. The weekend overall didn't look much better as the top twelve failed to combine for $100 million for the fifth weekend in a row and the weekend itself was down 25% compared to the same weekend last year. At the top, Sony and MGM's The Magnificent Seven turned in an estimated $35 million opening from 3,674 theaters,... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Sep-16)

'Magnificent Seven' and 'Storks' Look to Turn Around Box Office Fortunes

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: With an estimated $12.7 million on Friday, Sony and MGM's The Magnificent Seven is leading the weekend charge, on its way to an opening weekend at or around $35 million. While it won't be living up to Mojo's expectations, opening day audiences did give it an "A-" CinemaScore, which does bode well for its future prospects. Warner's animated Storks is falling well short of expectations, bringing in an estimated $5.73 million on Friday, heading toward an openi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Sep-16)

'Sully' Repeats at #1 While 'Blair Witch', 'Bridget Jones' & 'Snowden' Fall Short

As expected, Clint Eastwood's Sully enjoyed a second straight weekend atop the box office and it wasn't much of a competition. Not one of the weekend's three new widest releases managed to even top ten million as Blair Witch and Bridget Jones's Baby fell well short of expectations and Open Road's Snowden pretty much delivered as expected depending on whom you asked. Overall, the weekend's top twelve was down 11.6% compared to last week and down 24.3% compared to last year with the top twel... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-Sep-16)

Can 'Blair Witch' Scare 'Sully' from the Weekend's Top Spot?

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: As expected, Sully is set to repeat atop the weekend box office after an estimated $6.56 million on Friday heading toward a weekend around $22 million, but the race for #1 won't be nearly as close as projected. Lionsgate's Blair Witch won't even come close to the most modest of expectations after an estimated $4 million Friday will lead toward an opening right around $9-9.5 million and a "D+" CinemaScore won't be helping word of mouth over the weekend or we... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 15-Sep-16)

'Sully' Delivers Top Five September Opening with $35.5 Million

It has been seven years since Tom Hanks starred in a live action film that opened atop the weekend box office, but Sully changes all that as the true life feature delivered one of the five best September openings of all-time. Finishing in second was another one of the weekend's new wide releases, Sony and Screen Gems' When the Bough Breaks, while Lionsgate's The Wild Life and Relativity's The Disappointments Room failed to make much of an impression. Overall, this weekend's top twelve deliv... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 11-Sep-16)

'Sully' and 'When the Bough Breaks' Set to Kick Off Fall 2016 Movie Season

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 08-Sep-16)

'Don't Breathe' #1 Over 4-Day Weekend, 'Suicide Squad' Tops $300M & 'Bad Moms' Crosses $100M

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Sep-16)

'Don't Breathe' To Lead Labor Day Weekend Over 'Morgan' & 'Light Between Oceans'

SATURDAY MORNING UPDATE: With an estimated $4.2 million Don't Breathe is right on track to become the first horror film to top the weekend box office two weeks in a row since Ouija did it back in 2014. The film is looking to crack upwards of $14-15 million for the three-day with a chance at $18 million for the four day. In second is Suicide Squad, continuing its journey to $300 million domestic with another second place finish around $10 million for the three-day and $13-14 million for the fo... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 01-Sep-16)

'Don't Breathe' Scares Off Competition With $26M Opening Weekend

Led by a fantastic opening for Screen Gems' new thriller Don't Breathe, this weekend over performed expectations with the top twelve delivering a 43.5% improvement over the same weekend last year, just barely coming up shy of a combined $100 million. Along with the stellar opening for Don't Breathe, Mechanic: Resurrection had a solid opening for Lionsgate & Co., the moderate release of Southside with You performed well, the expansion of Hell or High Water continues to impress and Bad Mo... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 28-Aug-16)