Cobie Smulders and Gail Bean portray two different women working through the challenges of unplanned pregnancies in Kris Swanberg's small-scale drama.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'Brooklyn': Sundance Review
read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Sean Penn to Receive Honorary Cesar Award
The French version of the Oscars will honor the actor at a Feb. 20 ceremony in Paris.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'Force Majeure' Sweeps Sweden's Guldbagge Awards
read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Japan's Box Office Up 6.6 Percent to $1.75 billion in 2014
'Frozen' topped the rankings and helped push Hollywood's share above 40 percent. read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Oscars: Channing Tatum Announces Contest Winners to Hand Out Awards
read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'Take Me to the River': Sundance Review
Logan Miller plays a gay California teenager who gets an uneasy welcome from his Nebraska relatives in writer-director Matt Sobel's feature debutread more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'American Sniper': Gary Sinise Slams Howard Dean Over "Stupid Blanket Statements"
The actor bristled at the former Democratic National Committee chairman's comment that the people going to see the film are "angry."read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'People, Places, Things': Sundance Review
Jemaine Clement stars in a romantic comedy about the after-effects of a split when children are involved.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Benedict Cumberbatch Apologizes for Calling Black Actors "Colored"
While appearing on PBS' 'Tavis Smiley,' the Oscar nominee talked about the lack of diversity in the British entertainment industry.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'The Second Mother' ('Que horas ela volta?'): Sundance Review
Brazil's Regina Case ('Me You Them') delivers a stunning performance as a housekeeper whose daughter upsets the status quo in Anna Muylaert's riveting drama.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)'I Smile Back': Sundance Review
Sarah Silverman takes a decidedly dark turn in director Adam Salky's unflinching look at a wife and mother's battle with self-destructive depression.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin, Anthony Mackie to Star In Holiday Comedy 'Let It Snow'
Ed Helms, John Goodman, Marisa Tomei and others co-star in the CBS Films project.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Watch 'Dope' Star Crack Up Blake Anderson (Video)
Shameik Moore does his best impersonation of director Rick Famuyiwa.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)Johnny Knoxville Reveals Evel Knievel Dream Stunt (Video)
The 'Jackass' star shares what a Knoxville/Knievel team-up would have looked like.read more (Movies 27-Jan-15)From "Literally" to "F--- Yeah": Sarah Silverman, Ewan McGregor, and More Share Their Overused Phrases
"F--- yeah," "literally" and "beautiful" were on the list of overused phrases in THR's Sundance lounge. read more (Movies 26-Jan-15)Molly Shannon Talks About Worst Audition Ever: I Nearly Quit Acting (Video)
The former 'Saturday Night Live' star had to cope by eating a whole chicken.read more (Movies 26-Jan-15)'Grandma': Sundance Review
Paul Weitz casts Lily Tomlin as a misanthropic poet on an embattled quest to help her granddaughter in this warm, character-driven comedy-drama.read more (Movies 26-Jan-15)Sundance's Best Moments in Photos: Mindy Kaling's Eskimo Kiss and More
Stars in attendance at this year's festival took to Instagram to document their time in Park City.read more (Movies 26-Jan-15)John Carpenter on His Debut Album, Why Music Is Easier Than Directing
"You have to put up with such shit," says the veteran filmmaker of his primary occupation.read more (Movies 26-Jan-15)'Sniper' Scores Stunning $64 Million in Second Weekend
Coming off a very surprising opening, American Sniper reinforced its status as a box office heavyweight by scoring one of the biggest second weekends ever.With over $200 million in the bank already, Sniper is now on track to be the highest-grossing movie from 2014 (it opened in New York and Los Angeles on Christmas Day). Among the new releases, Jennifer Lopez's The Boy Next Door got off to a decent start, while Mortdecai and Strange Magic were dead on arrival.Expanding to 3,705 locations-th... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Jan-15)'Hobbit' Finale Invades China, Passes $600 Million Overseas
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies ruled the international box office this weekend with $54.3 million, most of which came from its excellent debut in China.The final installment in Peter Jackson's Middle Earth prequel trilogy opened to an estimated $49.5 million in China, which is its final major market. That's the biggest opening ever for Warner Bros. International, and is nearly on par with what the first Hobbit movie made in its entire run.So far, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Fiv... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Jan-15)Friday Report: 'Sniper' Adds $18.3 Million, Depp's 'Mortdecai' Flops
American Sniper added $18.3 million on Friday, which puts it on pace for one of the best second weekends ever.Among the newcomers, The Boy Next Door got off to a fine start, while Mortdecai and Strange Magic bombed.American Sniper's $18.3 million haul is, by a large margin, the biggest second Friday ever for an R-rated movie. In comparison, The Passion of the Christ added $13.7 million, while The Matrix Reloaded and The Hangover Part II earned $10.3 million and $10.6 million, respectively. ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 24-Jan-15)Forecast: 'Sniper' to Easily Fight Off Weak Competition This Weekend... >
Three new wide releases hit theaters this weekend, though none of them have the slightest chance of taking first place away from American Sniper.Among those new releases, The Boy Next Door seems to have the edge; the Jennifer Lopez thriller should wind up in second place with at least $15 million. Meanwhile, Mortdecai and Strange Magic will likely wind up below $10 million.American Sniper opened to a stunning $89.3 million last weekend, which ranks second all-time for an R-rated movie behin... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 23-Jan-15)Forecast: Bombs Away for 'Mortdecai,' 'Strange Magic'
<< Continued from "'Sniper' to Easily Fight Off Weak Competition This Weekend"Opening at 2,648 locations, Mortdecai will likely be Johnny Depp's latest misfire at the domestic box office. He stars as the title character, a "debonair art dealer and part time rogue" who goes on a mission to recover a stolen painting.Marketing has positioned the movie as a broad slapstick comedy, and there's been a heavy emphasis placed on Mortdecai's silly-looking mustache. T... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Jan-15)Around-the-World Roundup: 'Taken' Repeats, 'Hobbit' Hits $800 Million
For the second weekend in a row, Taken 3 took first place at the overseas box office.The final installment in the popular action franchise added $31 million from 48 markets, which brings its early international total to $97.6 million. It held on to first place in the U.K. with $5.5 million, and debuted in Germany ($4.4 million), Russia ($2.2 million) and Spain ($1.2 million). It also scored $2.5 million in the Philippines, which is the second-biggest opening ever for 20th Century Fox.Sevent... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Jan-15)'Sniper' Sets January Record with Stunning $89 Million Debut
Exceeding all reasonable expectations for an R-rated war drama, Clint Eastwood's American Sniper dominated the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend box office with an estimated $89.5 million.That's over twice as high as the previous January opening weekend record held by Ride Along ($41.5 million), and ranks second all-time for a rated R movie behind 2003's The Matrix Reloaded ($91.8 million).The Wedding Ringer and Paddington also had solid openings, while Michael Mann's Blackhat was a disaster.... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-Jan-15)Weekend Report (cont.): Solid Starts for 'Ringer,' 'Paddington,' While 'Blackhat' Bombs
<< Continued from "Weekend Report: 'Sniper' Sets January Record with Stunning $90 Million Debut"In a distant second place, The Wedding Ringer opened to an estimated $20.6 million at 3,003 locations. That's the fourth $20-million-plus debut in a row for Kevin Hart, following Ride Along, About Last Night (2014) and Think Like a Man Too. At the same time, it's slightly concerning that this only opened to half as much as Ride Along, which took in $41.5 million on the sam... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-Jan-15)Friday Report: 'Sniper' Earns Huge $30.5 Million on Opening Day
After three excellent weeks in limited release, American Sniper expanded nationwide on Friday and earned a stunning $30.5 million.This the largest single day ever in January; the previous record belonged to Avatar, which took in $25.8 million on January 2nd, 2010. It's also 77 percent higher than the previous opening day record, which belonged to Cloverfield ($17.2 million). Finally, American Sniper's opening was over twice as big as last year's Lone Survivor and Ride Along (both at $14.4 m... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 17-Jan-15)Forecast: 'Sniper' Sets Sights on January Record
Friday AM Update: American Sniper earned a massive $5.3 million from Thursday night shows beginning at 7 p.m. That's over three times as much as Lone Survivor and Taken 3 made during their late Thursday shows ($1.5 million each).That number may be inflated a bit by the fact that Sniper scored six Oscar nominations-including Best Picture-earlier in the day. Still, it's a clear sign that there's huge demand for this movie right now; it would be shocking if this fell short of setting a new Jan... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 16-Jan-15)