(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 29-Nov-15)HBO Now: Movies, TV Coming and Going in December
(Movies 29-Nov-15)'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Benicio Del Toro ('Sicario')
The 'Traffic' Oscar winner discusses his journey from Puerto Rico to Hollywood, the lack of rhyme and reason about big screen success and why he's drawn to stories about the war on drugs.read more (Movies 29-Nov-15)Ron Howard on Turning Down ‘Star Wars’ Prequel: "Too Daunting"
“He didn’t necessarily want to direct them," said Howard of George Lucas. “He told me that he had talked to [Robert] Zemeckis, he talked to me, he talked to Steven Spielberg.”read more (Movies 29-Nov-15)There's No Escaping 'Star Wars' Spoilers at This Point
When you can't watch 'Scandal' without getting a dose of John Boyega's Finn charm, it's clear that the universe is trying to tell fans something.read more (Movies 28-Nov-15)New Movies, TV on Hulu in December: 'Selma,' 'The Wiz Live!' and the 'Friday the 13th' Series
Those who add Showtime to their Hulu subscription can also check out movies like 'Good Will Hunting,' 'Spring Breakers' and 'Listen to Me Marlon.'read more (Movies 28-Nov-15)'Gods of Egypt' Director, Studio Apologize Following Diverse Casting Controversy
"It is clear that our casting choices should have been more diverse."read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Anne Hathaway Is Pregnant (Report)
The Oscar-winning actress and producer Adam Shulman have been married since 2012.read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Al Markim, Actor on the 1950s TV Serial 'Tom Corbett, Space Cadet,' Dies at 88
He later worked behind the scenes on Sidney Lumet’s 'The Pawnbroker' and was as a pioneering executive in the home video industry.read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Marvel vs. DC: Which 2016 Superhero vs. Superhero Movie Will Triumph?
It's 'Batman vs. Superman' vs. 'Civil War' vs. 'Deadpool.' read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Antalya Film Fest: Jeremy Irons to Get Lifetime Achievement Award
The festival - Turkey's top film showcase - will host special screening of 'Dead Ringers' in which Irons plays sinister identical twins.read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Box Office: 'Good Dinosaur' Heads for $55M-Plus Holiday Debut; 'Creed' Targets $40M
'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2' will beat both new entries to win the Thanksgiving holiday with $75 million, while 'Victor Frankenstein' can't be brought back to life; 'The Danish Girl' opens in New York and Los Angeles. read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Inside Salma Hayek's Four-Year Quest to Make 'Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet'
The actress, who scored an Oscar nom for 2002's 'Frida,' had a mission: to find just the right images and music to bring Gibran’s inspiring poems to life for a new generation.read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Czech Film Pirate Makes Movie Denouncing Piracy to Avoid Paying Damages
But the video must get over 200,000 views on YouTube.read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)Ridley Scott: 'Alien: Covenant' Is First of 3 Films Before Linking Up With Original 'Alien'
The director revealed details of the 'Alien' origin stories as he begins pre-production on the followup to 'Prometheus' in Australia. read more (Movies 27-Nov-15)How 'Shaun the Sheep' Became a Star
The woolly celebrity gets international attention from the likes of Prince William.read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)Hollywood Flashback: When Trent Reznor Notched a Win for His First Score
The Nine Inch Nails frontman never had worked on a film project before 'Social Network' director David Fincher approached him about composing music for the 2010 film, which won the musician a Golden Globe and Oscar for best original score.read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)Pixar's 'Dinosaur' and 'Creed' Look To Take a Bite Out of 'Mockingjay' This Thanksgiving
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 enters its second weekend amid a flurry of opinions when it comes to its $102.6 million opening weekend. It also faces much stiffer competition this Thanksgiving weekend than Part 1 did a year ago, which only had Penguins of Madagascar to contend with, while Part 2 not only faces a new Pixar release in The Good Dinosaur, but also Creed, which has been (rightfully) well-received. All will be competing for holiday eyeballs when folks aren't stuffing their... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-Nov-15)Actor Playing Young Pope Francis Talks "Arduous Task" of Capturing "Monumental Spirituality"
"Cinema is a difficult form to depict what happens when one prays. There is a difficultly when it comes to actually doing the job of acting. It was very frustrating for me to meet my limitations, intellectually and spiritually," Rodrigo de la Serna tells THR.read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)Latest 'Star Wars' Trailer Features New Scenes With Kylo Ren, Han Solo and Chewbacca
"We must face them, fight them."read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)Oscars: Why the Familiar 'Star Wars' Tune Could Hurt 'The Force Awakens'
John Williams may have nabbed three Academy Award noms in years prior for scoring the popular franchise, but excess faithfulness to the original music could threaten awards consideration for 'Episode VII.' read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)How Roger Deakins Mastered Shooting in the Dark for 'Sicario'
The Oscar-nominated cinematographer embraced silhouettes and shadows for a tense tunnel sequence.read more (Movies 26-Nov-15)'Mockingjay Part 2' Creeps Over $100 Million for First Place Finish
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 opened $20 million below Part 1, but with an estimated opening weekend of $101 million it becomes the fifth 2015 release to open above the century mark. It's tough to call a film that opens north of $100 million a flop (because it's not), but "disappointing" seems appropriate given the lofty heights previous installments reached. Theories as to what happened are easy enough to conjure up and most likely they all played some kind of role in wh... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Nov-15)How High Will 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' Fly?
(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Nov-15)'Spectre' Stays at #1 as It Nears $550 Million Worldwide
(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 15-Nov-15)Forecast: 'Spectre' and 'Peanuts' Hope for Strong Second Weekend Holds
Spectre's $70.4 million opening last weekend was the seventh largest of 2015 and this weekend it faces little to no incoming competition. The week's new wide releases include the Chilean miner drama The 33, the Christmas-themed family feature Love the Coopers and the period, football drama My All American. Not one of these three new wide releases will be threatening the top two spots at the box office, which means the second weekend of Spectre and The Peanuts Movie draw the majority of our... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 12-Nov-15)'Spectre' and 'Peanuts' Resuscitate the 2015 Box Office
Coming off the worst October since 2007, the industry was looking to this weekend to turn the tide and that it did. With the release of Spectre and The Peanuts Movie, the weekend showed a 148% increase over last weekend and a 6% improvement over the same weekend last year with the top twelve making over $155 million. Of that total, 007, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang accounted for 76% as November 2015 is off to a good start. Taking the number one slot is Spectre, the 24th James Bon... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 08-Nov-15)'Spectre' Looks to Top 'Skyfall' While 'Peanuts' Vies for a Strong Second
(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 05-Nov-15)'Spectre' Huge Overseas as 'Martian' Tops Worst Weekend of 2015
(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 01-Nov-15)'Burnt' and 'Crisis' Hope to Make Top 5 in a Weak October Weekend
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