Laura Poitras will receive the Robert and Anne Drew Award for Documentary Excellence at the Visionaries Tribute on Nov. 14read more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Leviathan' Claims Top Award at Abu Dhabi Film Festival
The closing ceremony also saw Jordanian drama Theeb add to its growing tally with two gongsread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)AFM: Starz Series 'Magic City' To Become Film Starring Bill Murray, Bruce Willis
They'll join the show's castmembers including Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olga Kurylenko and Danny Hustonread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Which Movie Madman Are You? Take THR's Quiz to Find Out
Deranged psychopaths are just like usread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Hollywood's Favorite Thrillers: 19 Movies That Will Terrify You
The spookier selections from THR's list of Hollywood's 100 favorite filmsread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Christopher Nolan Refuses to Rule Out Return to Superhero Movies
"Never say never"read more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Celebrity Photographer's Family at War Over 'Bert Stern: Original Madman'
The documentary was made by Stern's secret wife, and amid a battle over inheritance, comes strife directed at footage showing Stern's children and grandchildrenread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)AFM: Charlie Hunnam Toplines Thai Boxing Drama 'A Prayer Before Dawn'
The 'Sons of Anarchy' star is headed to prison for Jean-Stephane Sauvaire's martial arts thrillerread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)‘Bend it Like Beckham’ to Become West End Musical
The Golden Globe-nominated 2002 British comedy served as a breakthrough title for Keira Knightleyread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Betsy Beers Gives Rousing Keynote on Shondaland Success: "Women on Television Are Not a Fad"
Rashida Jones, "Frozen" co-director Jennifer Lee and Netflix original content vp Cindy Holland talked Hollywood breakthroughs at Marie Claire's New Guard luncheonread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)Immigration Drama 'The Golden Dream' Tops First-Ever Fenix Awards
Viggo Mortensen nabs best actor for his role in the Argentine co-production 'Land of Plenty'read more (Movies 31-Oct-14)AFM: Rob Zombie Moving Forward With Halloween Horror Film '31'
The director completed a 90-day crowdfunding campaign to help finance the project, which is the start of a planned franchiseread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Bird Box' Claws its Way to the Top of the 2014 Blood List
The horror genre's version of the Black List picks out 13 of Hollywood’s top unproduced scripts read more (Movies 31-Oct-14)In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'Nightcrawler,' 'Before I Go to Sleep' and More
And see what THR's critics are saying about the Daniel Radcliffe horror-fantasy 'Horns' and the death-focused short film collection 'ABCs of Death 2'read more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Brownstone Listed for $8 Million
The four-story NYC townhouse provided exteriors for the 1961 Audrey Hepburn filmread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' Trailer Brings Nickelodeon Cartoons to Land
For the love of Krabby Patties, of courseread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Before I Go to Sleep': What the Critics Are Saying
Rowan Joffe's sci-fi thriller casts Nicole Kidman as an amnesia victim whose brain resets back to thirteen years ago after each night's sleep, opposite Colin Firth and Mark Strongread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Interstellar' Contest Will Give One Moviegoer a Trip to Space
Fandango ticket buyers can enter through December to win the once-in-a-lifetime tripread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)AFM: Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana Teaming for Comedy 'Special Correspondents'
Gervais will write and direct the comedy and star in it with Banaread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Horns': What the Critics Are Saying
Daniel Radcliffe is accused of murdering his girlfriend and sprouts horns on his forehead in Alexandre Aja's adaptation of Joe Hill's novelread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Nightcrawler': What the Critics Are Saying
Jake Gyllenhaal (thirty pounds lighter) plays a lonely sociopath who decides to enter the cutthroat world of freelance TV news reporting in Dan Gilroy's debut dramaread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)AFM: Wild Bunch Looking to Acquire Titles for New Digital Distribution Arm
The Paris-based company will also seek financing and co-production partnerships for digital distributionread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Heaven Knows What' Wins Best Film Award at Tokyo Festival, Tim Burton Gets Honored
James Gunn headed up the jury, which also gave the film about love between addicts a best director awardread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Killing Fields' Director Roland Joffe to Head up Camerimage Jury
Oscar-nominated 'Right Stuff' cinematographer Caleb Deschanel will judge the festival's Polish film lineupread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)‘Lucy’ Star Amr Waked Talks Luc Besson, Netflix’s ‘Marco Polo,’ Egypt Revolution
Amr Waked says the Netflix epic is heavy on orgies, martial arts and politics, while 'Lucy' brought him his first Chinese fansread more (Movies 31-Oct-14)'Nightcrawler' to Race in to First Over Halloween Weekend
Friday AM Update: Nightcrawler earned an estimated $515,000 from late Thursday shows. In comparison, John Wick opened to $870,000 on Thursday on its way to a $14.4 million weekend. It's hard to extrapolate too much from this information; still, it does suggest that Nightcrawler winds up closer to $10 million.Forecast: For the first time since 2008, Halloween falls on a Friday this year. As a result, Hollywood has programmed a light slate this weekend-the big six studios are entirely avoidin... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 30-Oct-14)Forecast (cont.): 'Saw' Re-Release, 'Before I Go to Sleep'
<< Continued from "Weekend Forecast""If it's Halloween, it must be Saw." Lionsgate is banking that moviegoers will remember that old adage this weekend, when the 2004 horror classic is re-released in to over 2,000 theaters.The original Saw opened to a surprising $18.3 million on this weekend 10 years ago, and spawned a franchise that ruled the next four Halloweens. The first sequel (Saw II) was the highest-grossing installment with $87 million; grosses prog... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 30-Oct-14)Marvel Studios Announces Titles Through 2019... >
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get much bigger-and probably much more profitable, as well.Coming off one of its biggest hits yet in Guardians of the Galaxy, the studio held an event Tuesday morning at which it announced a whopping seven new titles. Adding in four existing releases, that makes a total of 11 movies scheduled between 2015 and 2019.Marvel Studios-2015 to 2019Avengers: Age of Ultron - May 1, 2015Ant-Man - July 17, 2015Captain America: Civil War - May 6, 2016Doctor Str... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 28-Oct-14)Decent Debuts from 'Ouija,' 'Wick' This Weekend
Over the last full weekend in October, low-budget supernatural horror movie Ouija led the box office with $19.9 million.John Wick wound up in second place, while Bill Murray's St. Vincent did well in its nationwide expansion.The top 12 earned $103.2 million this weekend, which is up nine percent from last year. This caps off a very strong month at the box office: October 2014 is already the highest-grossing October ever, and still has five days left to add to its record-setting number.Playi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-Oct-14)Around-the-World: 'Annabelle' Rules In Mexico, 'Guardians' Passes 'X-Men'
Annabelle took first place at the international box office with $26.5 million this weekend.The prequel to The Conjuring opened to a stunning $11.7 million in Mexico. That's the biggest debut ever for a horror movie, and ranks third for the year behind The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Transformers: Age of Extinction. Mexico is already the movie's highest-grossing market ahead of fellow Latin American territory Brazil ($11.5 million).So far, Annabelle has earned an impressive $126.7 million overs... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-Oct-14)Friday Report: 'Ouija' Haunts Top Spot with $8.3 Million
On a somewhat quiet Friday at the box office, supernatural horror flick Ouija took first place ahead of Keanu Reeves action movie John Wick.Meanwhile, Bill Murray's St. Vincent did decent business in its nationwide expansion.Opening at 2,858 theaters, Ouija earned an estimated $8.3 million on Friday. That's a far cry from Annabelle's $15.5 million, but is above recent October horror movies Sinister ($7.4 million) and Carrie ($6.5 million). If Ouija holds like those three movies, it will win... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Oct-14)Forecast: 'Ouija' Set to Spook 'John Wick' This Weekend
Friday AM Update: From shows beginning at 8 p.m., Ouija opened to an estimated $911,000 from 2,061 theaters last night. That's on par with 2012's Sinister ($930,000), which went on to earn $18 million on opening weekend. John Wick wasn't far behind with an estimated $870,000 on Thursday night. That number essentially guarantees that the movie earns over $10 million this weekend, and points to a likely finish north of $15 million.Forecast: After a few busy weeks at the box office, look f... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 24-Oct-14)'Fury' Topples 'Gone 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)Around-the-World: '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)