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Dan Aykroyd Says 'Ghostbusters' Reboot Has "More Laughs and More Scares" Than the Original

The actor who brought Ray Stantz to life says he will see the film again.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

‘Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach’: Film Review

The campaigning British director marks his 80th birthday with this career-spanning documentary, with contributions from screen comrades including Cillian Murphy.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Paul Rudd Heads Out on a Road Trip in ‘The Fundamentals of Caring’ Trailer

Selena Gomez and Craig Roberts also star in the film coming to Netflix on June 24. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Stan Lee Jokes 'Deadpool' Cameo Made Him "Damn Mad"

The comic book creator also says he has a string of cameos being filmed at once in the near future. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

'Halloween' Director John Carpenter Revives 'Friday the 13th' Rivalry

"Most of them were awful," the filmmaker says of 1980's horror films. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Dwayne Johnson to Star in Shane Black's 'Doc Savage' Film

The director is planning to tackle the project after a 'Predator' reboot for Fox. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Why Eli Roth Made 'Spider-Man' Director Jon Watts' Fake Horror Trailer Into a Feature Film

Four years after its YouTube upload, 'Clown' — about a dad possessed by a demonic clown costume — will hit theaters this summer.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

L.A.'s First-Ever Dog Film Festival Is Coming in June

THR film critic (and non-dog person) Michael Rechtshaffen (because Keanu the cat wasn't available) offers a sneak preview of the screened highlights.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

'Pearl Harbor': THR's 2001 Review

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British 'Carry On' Producer at Center of Series of Fraud Allegations

A Facebook page set up against Jonathan Sothcott is "just the tip of the iceberg," claims one former employee, as several others come forward with allegations of scores of unpaid wages and major financial mismanagement. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Ellen Burstyn to Get Munich Film Festival Lifetime Honor

The Oscar-winning actress will present episodes of 'House of Cards,' in which she co-stars, as well as Todd Solondz' 'Weiner-Dog.' read more (Movies 30-May-16)

Makiko Futaki, 'Akira' and Studio Ghibli Animator, Dies at 57

The prolific animator worked on nearly every major Studio Ghibli animation, including the hit factory's final feature, 'When Marnie Was There'.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

China Box Office: 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' Tops Quiet Weekend With $27.1M

A local art house movie, meanwhile, has become a modest hit after its producer recorded a video of himself weeping and begging theater owners to devote more screen time to independent cinema. read more (Movies 30-May-16)

'Ghostbusters' Star Melissa McCarthy Responds to Online Haters: "I Just Hope They Find a Friend"

The trailer has been dubbed the most disliked ever on YouTube.read more (Movies 30-May-16)

'Begin Again' Director Criticizes Keira Knightley: "I'll Never Make a Film With Supermodels Again"

"Keira has an entourage that follow her everywhere so it's very hard to get any real work done, and so I was very ready to come back to Ireland and make films that nobody cared about who was in it or any of that crap."read more (Movies 29-May-16)

'X-Men' & 'Alice' Lead Soft Memorial Day Weekend; Disney Tops $4 Billion Worldwide

Monday AM Update: Estimates for the four-day holiday weekend are in and X-Men: Apocalypse appears to be right on track to hit pre-weekend expectations. The studio is reporting an estimated $80 million four-day holiday weekend, placing the film atop the weekend chart. For Disney's Alice Through the Looking Glass things only continue to look worse as the film's three-day estimate dropped from $18.1 million yesterday to $26.9 million today with the studio now anticipating a $34.1 million four-... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 29-May-16)

'X-Men: Apocalypse' & 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' to Lead Memorial Day Weekend

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-May-16)

'Angry Birds' #1 Domestically, 'Captain America' Tops $1 Billion and It's 'Apocalypse' Overseas

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-May-16)

'Angry Birds' Tops Friday With Estimated $11 Million, Headed Toward $40 Million Opening

Saturday AM Update: Angry Birds is going to take the #1 position this weekend after scoring an estimated $11 million on Friday, which is looking to lead to an opening weekend around $38-41 million. Disney's Captain America: Civil War is looking at a second place finish around $33 million after bringing in an estimated $8.7 million on Friday. This is a little less than expected, but by only a couple percentage points as we're looking at a third weekend drop around 54%. Universal's Ne... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-May-16)

'Captain America' #1 Again as the Marvel Cinematic Universe Tops $10 Billion Worldwide

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 15-May-16)

Forecast: 'Captain America' Hunts $300M Domestic as 'Money Monster' and 'The Darkness' Hit Theaters

Saturday AM Update: Friday estimates are in and Captain America: Civil War led the charge with an estimated $19.4 million suggesting the film is looking at something around a $73 million second weekend. Coming in second on Friday, but likely to finish third for the weekend, is Sony's Money Monster, which scored an estimated $5 million on Friday along with a "B+" CinemaScore. The studio is projecting a $14.5-15 million weekend. The weekend's other new wide release, BH Tilt'... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 12-May-16)

WB Shifts 'Godzilla' and DC Release Dates & Sets Fourth Untitled 'Event' Film

Warner Bros. has updated their release schedule, adjusting the previous date for Godzilla 2 as well as setting a release date for Godzilla vs. Kong. Additionally, one of their Untitled DC Films (presumed to be Green Lantern Corps) has moved back a month while they've adding yet another untitled Event Film. Prepare to adjust your calendars accordingly. First off, Godzilla 2 has moved from its previous June 8, 2018 release, where it would have faced off against Transformers 6, and moved ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 11-May-16)

Disney Makes History, Topping $1 Billion in Domestic Ticket Sales in Just 128 Days

Universal Pictures had a record year in 2015 with domestic ticket sales topping $2.44 billion on the heels of such successes as Jurassic World ($652M), Furious 7 ($353M) and Minions ($336M). In the process it became the fastest studio to cross $1 billion, doing so in just 165 days. It was a nine day improvement on the previous record set by Paramount in 2008 and, as it turns out, less than a year later it's a record that served as hardly a speed bump. In just over four months, Disney's... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 10-May-16)

'Captain America: Civil War' Opens with $179.1 Million; Global Cume Climbs Over $670M

Captain America: Civil War scorched the weekend box office, bringing in the fifth largest opening weekend of all-time. The massive debut contributed to Disney bringing in over $200 million this weekend as the studio became the fastest to cross the $1 billion mark in domestic earnings in just 128 days, decimating the 165 day record set by Universal just last year. And while Disney was setting records, the weekend also saw a stellar comeback for Open Road's Mother's Day as it took advantage ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 08-May-16)

Updated: 'Captain America: Civil War' Hauls in Estimated $75.2M On Friday

Saturday AM Update: Friday estimates are in and Captain America: Civil War's chances of becoming the fourth $200+ million opener have been dashed. With an estimated $75.2 million (including $25 million from Thursday night previews), the thirteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is looking at a weekend around $175 million with an outside chance of finishing around $190 million if it follows the same weekend performance as Jurassic World, the first Avengers or even Captain America: The... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 05-May-16)