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Indie Production Company Locomotive Taps Alexis Alexanian as President of Production (Exclusive)

In her new role, Alexanian will oversee all aspects of production for the company, which recently signed a feature development deal with New more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Relativity Bankruptcy: Judge Approves Sale of TV Assets

The TV assets are being sold to an investment group for $125 more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Belgian Director Chantal Akerman Dies at 65

The European auteur last month debuted her latest film, 'A Home Movie,' in Locarno. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Damian Lewis, Lily Rabe Portray Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in 'Cleopatra'-Based Play

Directed by Bob Balaban and penned by The New Yorker's Lawrence Wright, 'Cleo' peeks behind the scenes of the expensive epic when the two stars began their scandalous love more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

U.K. Box Office: 'The Martian' Lands Ridley Scott's Biggest Opening

The sci-fi also became the biggest U.K. opening for a Matt Damon title. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

MIPCOM: 'Perfume' Series to Begin Shoot Next Year

The drama series, inspired by Patrick Suskind's best-seller, will shift the action of the 18th-century serial killer drama to the present more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Meryl Streep's 'Suffragette' T-Shirt Sparks Backlash

The slogan 'I'd rather be a rebel than a slave,' taken from a speech by British women's rights icon Emmeline Pankhurst, has been attacked for its historical U.S. connotations. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Busan: Cheryl Boone Isaacs on the Rise of Asian Cinema and Promoting Diversity in the Academy

The president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences arrived in South Korea to give a keynote speech at Asia's largest film festival. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

EFA to Honor Christoph Waltz, Charlotte Rampling

The two stars will be picking up honorary awards at the Dec. 12 event in Berlin. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Women Directed Just One-Third of Festival Short Films, Study Finds

Looking at major festivals, the USC study discovered that career inequality for female directors starts early more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

China Box Office: 'Lost in Hong Kong' Leads Huge Week for Local Films

Hollywood movies took less than 5 percent of box office during the National Day holiday period, one of China's biggest movie-going weeks of the year. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Busan: Kim Ki-duk to Tone Down Violence for $30M Chinese Epic 'Who Is God'

The South Korean iconoclast looks to make his films more audience— and censorship-friendly as he crosses over to big-budget filmmaking. read more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

F. Gary Gray Enters Exclusive Talks to Direct 'Fast and Furious 8'

Hot off the success of Universal's 'Straight Outta Compton,' the helmer is set to lead the Vin Diesel action franchise's latest more (Movies 06-Oct-15)

Ellen Page in Talks to Star in Remake of '90s Thriller 'Flatliners'

The 1990 original starred a young Julia Roberts and Kevin more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

'Jaws 19': Universal Releases 'Back to the Future'-Inspired Trailer

Fake installment will jokingly be even more entertaining than the robotic sharks in 'Jaws 8' and the space sharks in 'Jaws 11.'read more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

Tracy Morgan Joins Lineup for Eddie Murphy Mark Twain Prize Ceremony

Brittany Howard and George Lopez will also help honor Murphy on Oct. more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

The Awards Pundits on 'Bridge of Spies,' Early Frontrunners and Pseudo-events

Scott Feinberg and Stephen Galloway also discuss how several Oscar hopefuls are already accepting awards, while others are unavailable to campaign at all. read more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie Join Cast of 'Little Pink House'

Production on the film is about to begin in more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

'Furious 8' Director Search Down to Three Filmmakers (Exclusive)

None of the contenders are named more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

Mondo Announces 'The Art of Jock' Retrospective

The career of the comic book and movie concept artist will be celebrated in the first book from the high-end art and merchandise more (Movies 05-Oct-15)

'The Martian' Opens With Strong $55 Million Weekend

The talk of The Martian breaking Gravity's October, opening weekend record began early and really spiked after the Ridley Scott film posted a better opening day than the 2013 Alfonso Cuaron sci-fi flick. However, estimates show The Martian coming up a shade shy of the $55.7 million October record. Provisioned with an "A" CinemaScore, though, this one should survive well week-to-week. 20th Century Fox is reporting an estimated $55 million weekend for The Martian, which puts it... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Oct-15)

Forecast: Can 'The Martian' Top 'Gravity's October Record?

You're going to hear references to Gravity a lot this weekend. One critic says Robert Zemeckis' The Walk "does what Gravity did for outer space" while Ridley Scott's The Martian is not only an outer space-set drama, but could possibly challenge Gravity's October opening weekend record, which was set this same weekend two years ago. However, those Gravity references may be short-lived if neither film is able to live up to the success the seven-time Oscar winner found two years ago... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 01-Oct-15)

'Hotel Transylvania 2' Boasts New September Opening Record

The Drac Pack appears to be the new owner of the September box office as Hotel Transylvania 2 has followed in the footsteps of its 2012 predecessor and set a new September opening weekend record. In fact, it was a pretty good weekend all around for newcomers as Nancy Meyers has another solid opening on her hands, Eli Roth and BH Tilt scored good numbers with The Green Inferno and a selection of limited releases managed strong numbers on just a few screens. Overall the weekend was up 29.8% ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 27-Sep-15)

Forecast: 'Transylvania', 'Intern' & 'Inferno' Highlight Stacked Weekend

It's a stacked weekend with some notable holdovers and a pair of strong-performing limited releases from last weekend set to expand. Add to that a trio of newcomers including the latest from Nancy Meyers, an animated sequel and the curious decision from Jason Blum's newly formed BH Tilt to bring the long-delayed cannibal horror feature The Green Inferno to over 1,500 theaters. Let's peel this onion one layer at a time... Likely to easily top the box office is Hotel Transylvania 2, the ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 24-Sep-15)

'Maze' and 'Mass' Top Box Office, but 'Everest' and 'Sicario' are the Story

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Forecast: Depp's Gangster Tale, a Young Adult 'Maze' and a Trip to 'Everest'

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'Perfect Guy' Takes Weekend #1 With Shyamalan's 'Visit' a Close Second

The weekend box office was bolstered by two strong openings for both new, major releases. The Screen Gems thriller, The Perfect Guy topped the box office with $26.7 million and M. Night Shyamalan's micro-budget thriller The Visit was a very close second with an estimated $25.6 million. Perfect Guy, which starred Michael Ealy (his third $25+ million opening in a row), Sanaa Lathan and Morris Chestnut, is now the third film in a row featuring a predominantly African American leading cast... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 13-Sep-15)

'Perfect Guy' Tops Friday Box Office, Shyamalan's 'Visit' Opens Strong Second

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Forecast: Shyamalan's 'Visit' and 'Perfect Guy' Challenge for Weekend #1

UPDATED: Predictions at the bottom of this post have been updated as final theater counts have arrived. The text of today's forecast article has not been edited and the early predictions are listed at the bottom of this article for comparison. It has been slow-going at the box office as of late. This past four-day, Labor Day weekend haul came in at just $85.7 million for the top twelve, the worst Labor Day weekend result since 2004 where films such as Paparazzi, Wicker Park, Vanity Fair... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 10-Sep-15)

Weekend Report -'War Room' Walks to #1

Sony is reporting that War Room, their faith-based film from Affirm Films, dropped a slight 18% in its second week, taking in $9.3M for the three-day domestic box office and the #1 spot on the charts. As far as the opening films, A Walk in the Woods, with $8.2M, ambled past the sputtering The Transporter Refueled, which made $7.2M. Neither of those films could move Straight Outta Compton out of the #2 spot, however, as the Universal hit made $8.7M, a slight 34% drop off from last week.... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 06-Sep-15)