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Batgirl and Mr. Incredible Brawl on Hollywood Blvd. as Chewbacca Intervenes

Something is wrong when Freddy Krueger is forced to become a peacemakerread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Edward Norton Offers New Explanation for Not Playing Hulk in 'Avengers' Films

His answer has changed a bit since 2010read more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Imax Quarterly Earnings Rise Amid Higher Box-Office Revenue

The giant screen exhibitor benefited from such hits as 'Guardians of the Galaxy'read more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Robot, Manga Projects Draw Buzz at Tokyo Content Market

The market comes to a bustling conclusion, leading right into the Tokyo Film Festivalread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Pegasus Adapts British Play 'An Inspector Calls' Into Chinese

To be released for Chinese New Year, the film will star Louis Koo as the titular characterread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Japanese Startup Unveils Box-Office Prediction System at Tokyo Content Market

Japanese company Crunchers says it can accurately predict a film's box-office potential using big data read more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Benedict Cumberbatch's Menacing 'Hobbit' Motion-Capture Video Released

'Sherlock' star completely inhabits the role of Smaugread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett Ready For 'Truth' Sydney Shoot

Redford plays veteran newsman Dan Rather read more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

'Dallas Buyers Club' Rights Holders War Against Piracy Heads To Australia

Rights holders of the movie have asked the Australian Federal Court to give them the ISPs of people it believes are illegally file sharingread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Carrie Gormley, Jonathan Gitlin Promoted at Create Advertising

Gormley will oversee the theatrical group, while Gitlin will head up television and advertisingread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

What's Revealed in the First 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Trailer?

Who's unhappy with Tony Stark, and what's wrong with Bruce Banner?read more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

Watch the Official 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Trailer Right Now

The hotly anticipated footage was supposed to debut next Tuesdayread more (Movies 23-Oct-14)

10 'Interstellar' Secrets Straight From Christopher Nolan

Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain also participated in an exclusive roundtable about the anticipated filmread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Gloria Allred Demands 'Accountability' After Universal Studios Employee Allegedly Calls Girls 'Sluts' and 'Whores'

The 13-year-old girls were allegedly teased during a live show at NBCUniversal's California theme parkread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

PalmStar Media, Thunder Road Ink $200 Million Financing Partnership

The two companies are behind the new Keanu Reeves action movie 'John Wick'read more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Bryan Singer Expecting First Child With Best Friend Michelle Clunie

The 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' director and the 'Queer as Folk' actress are expecting via surrogate in 2015read more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Lucasfilm Objects to 'Strikes Bock' Beer Trademark

Beer was created a long time ago, in a brewpub far, far awayread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

'Interstellar,' 'Big Hero 6' Lift Off in Tracking for Possible $60M Debut

The pair of films, opening Nov. 7 in North America, make for a promising start to the year-end box office season; 'Dumb and Dumber To' also strong in early trackingread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

'The Hobbit' Cast Star in 'The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made'

The video really does live up to its own hyperboleread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Stakes Are High in 'The Gambler' Trailer

John Goodman and Mark Wahlberg have two words for youread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Box Office Preview: 'Ouija' Calls on Spirits to Defeat Gun-Toting Keanu Reeves

The adaptation of the spooky Hasbro game goes up against Reeves' violent action-thriller 'John Wick'; Bill Murray's 'St. Vincent' expands nationwideread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

'Game of Thrones' Actress Joins 'Maze Runner' Sequel 'Scorch Trials' (Exclusive)

Dylan O'Brien and Will Poulter are among those returning for the second film in the planned trilogyread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Arranges $600 Million in Credit Facilities

The money will primarily be used to finance an ambitious slate of English-language movies read more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

Hollywood Film Awards to Be Handed Out in 18 Categories

Crafts trophies are dropped as the ceremony moves to TVread more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

How Producer Kit Carson's Protege Wes Anderson Got Drugged His First Night in Hollywood

THR film reporter Tim Appelo remembers how the late producer launched the filmmaker's career by championing 'Bottle Rocket'read more (Movies 22-Oct-14)

'Fury' Topples 'Girl,' 'Birdman' Soars in Limited Release... >

Brad Pitt's Fury was able to usurp first place from Gone Girl this weekend, though it was a closer race than anticipated.Meanwhile, Birdman opened at four locations in New York and Los Angeles and scored one of the best per-theater averages ever for a live-action movie.Opening at 3,173 theaters, Fury rolled in to first place this weekend with $23.7 million. This debut is in the same general ballpark as movies like Captain Phillips ($25.7 million), Act of Valor ($24.5 million) and The Monume... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Oct-14)

'Guardians' Passes 'Captain America,' 'Spider-Man' Sequels

Guardians of the Galaxy was back on top of the international box office this weekend; the movie added $23.1 million for a new total of $405 million. Most of that came from China, where Guardians eased 28 percent to $22.3 million. Reports that bad subtitles were causing poor word-of-mouth seem to be unfounded. To date, Guardians has earned $69 million in China, and has a legitimate shot at ultimately reaching $100 million.The 10th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has now grossed $733 m... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Oct-14)

Friday Report: 'Fury' Rolls in to First Place on Friday

On a somewhat quiet day at the box office, Brad Pitt's Fury easily took first place with $8.8 million.That debut is a bit higher than last October's Captain Phillips ($8.5 million), and also noticeably better than The Monuments Men ($6.9 million). Still, it's way off from recent R-rated hits The Equalizer ($12.5 million) and Gone Girl ($13.2 million). For the weekend, Fury is on track to earn $24 to $27 million.Entering its third weekend, Gone Girl eased 32 percent to an estimated $5.55 mil... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-Oct-14)

Forecast: 'Fury' to Invade Top Spot This Weekend

World War II tank movie Fury will almost certainly take the top spot away from two-time winner Gone Girl this weekend. Meanwhile, The Book of Life and The Best of Me are also opening nationwide.Playing at 3,173 theaters, Fury stars Brad Pitt as the leader of an American tank crew making their way through Germany as the second World War draws to a close.With the exception of 2012's Killing Them Softly-which was an odd, dark crime drama-Pitt has been on a strong run lately as a leading man. T... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 17-Oct-14)

Forecast (cont.): 'The Best of Me,' 'Men, Women & Children,' 'Birdman'

<< Continued from "Weekend Forecast"Opening at 2,936 theaters, The Best of Me is the ninth Nicholas Sparks adaptation to hit the big screen. Sparks adaptations have been fairly consistent-the last four movies opened between $16 million and $30.5 million. However, the highest-grossing entry remains 2004's The Notebook, which ended its run with just north of $81 million.The Best of Me seems to fit nicely in to the Sparks playbook. It's a romance (of course), and poster... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 16-Oct-14)

Moviegoers Thrill to 'Gone Girl,' 'Annabelle' This Weekend

It was a photo finish at the box office this weekend between Gone Girl and Annabelle, though both movies are winners regardless of their rank.David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's immensely popular novel took first place with $37.5 million, while the prequel to The Conjuring was a very close second with $37.1 million. The two movies were seperated by a mere $378,854.Those impressive debuts led to an overall boom at the box office: the top 12 earned $139.5 million, which is up 21 per... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 05-Oct-14)

Around-the-World Roundup: Strong Overseas Debuts for 'Gone Girl,' 'Annabelle'

Coinciding with its domestic debut, Gone Girl opened to $24.5 million from 39 international markets this weekend.It opened to $6.7 million in the U.K. and $4.6 million in Australia; both marked all-time highs for director David Fincher. It also played well in Russia ($3.4 million) and Germany ($2.6 million), while it was less impressive in Mexico and Brazil (both below $1 million).Fincher's last two movies-The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)-earned $128 million and... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 05-Oct-14)

Friday Report: 'Annabelle,' 'Gone Girl' on Track for $30-Million-Plus this Weekend

Annabelle and Gone Girl both had impressive debuts on Friday. While the creepy doll took the top spot on opening day, the David Fincher adaptation should win the weekend.Playing at 3,185 theaters, Annabelle opened to a very strong $15.5 million. That's not too far off from The Conjuring, which took in just under $17 million on its first day. Still, the history of horror sequels (or in this case, a prequel) suggests that Annabelle's weekend will be fairly front-loaded. If it performs in line... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Oct-14)

Forecast: 'Gone Girl,' 'Annabelle' to Bring Box Office Back to Life

Friday AM Update: Annabelle and Gone Girl both had impressive debuts on Thursday night, and each now seems poised to wind up at the higher end of weekend expectations.Annabelle took in $2.1 million from late night shows. That's lower than The Conjuring ($3.31 million) and both of the Purge movies ($3.4 million and $2.6 million). All three of those titles opened during the Summer, though, when Thursday night shows are easier to attend.A better comparison is last September's Insidious Chapter... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 03-Oct-14)

Forecast (cont.): 'Conjuring' Prequel 'Annabelle' Could Scare Up $30 Million

<< Continued from "Weekend Forecast"At the domestic box office, at least, Gone Girl will face stiff competition from Annabelle, which opens at 3,185 locations.The movie's biggest selling point is the fact that it's a prequel to 2013 horror sensation The Conjuring (it shows the origin story of that movie's creepy doll). That movie opened to $41.9 million last July, then held well on its way to a $137.4 million total. It has had a robust post-theatrical life as well, a... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 02-Oct-14)