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Aaron Sorkin Signs With CAA

The acclaimed screenwriter is making his feature directorial debut with ‘Molly’s Game’read more (Movies 29-Jun-17)

Clive Davis, Judd Apatow Docs Head Up newportFILM Festival Lineup

Highlights include Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio’s 'May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers,' a behind-the-scenes look at the story of the beloved folk-rock group. read more (Movies 29-Jun-17)

Gersh Signs Oscar-Winning Writer John Irving (Exclusive)

Irving won an Academy Award for adapting 'The Cider House Rules,' his own novel.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

'Star Wars' R2-D2 Droid Sells for $2.76M at Auction

Other items that were auctioned included Luke Skywalker's lightsaber and Darth Vader's helmet and shoulder armor.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Fantasy YA Book Series 'Hollow Crown' Nabbed by Disney Hyperion (Exclusive)

The first book in Zoraida Córdova's Spanish-influenced duology will be published in summer 2019.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

'Thor: Ragnarok' — Do First Toys Reveal a Hulk-Centric Movie?

Hasbro has revealed five tie-in toys for the Marvel threquel.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Film Agent Danielle Shebby Exits WME for CAA

Her clients at WME included Janelle Monae, Steve Buscemi and Hilary Swank.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

'Jumanji' Teaser Offers Action, Excitement, But Little Plot

"The Game Has Changed," promises the teaser for tomorrow's full trailer reveal.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Josh Brolin Further Transforms Into Cable for 'Deadpool 2'

"Face is morphing into something machine, fierce, hair sliced, arm machined, bulged," the actor says. read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

U.K. Film Industry to Get $25M Infusion for Training, Future Skills

A new report from the British Film Institute claims that 10,000 new entrants are needed in the industry to maintain the U.K.'s production boom. read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Smith Global Media Nabs Animated Features 'Charming,' 'Gnome Alone'

Both movies come from 3QU Media and 'Shrek' producer John H. Williams.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Steven Mnuchin Escapes Film Finance Fraud Suit

"Mnuchin's personal friendship with [Ryan] Kavanaugh is insufficient to establish awareness or liability," writes justice Charles Ramos. read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

'Okja' Breakout Ahn Seo-hyun on Acting With a CG Animal and Learning From Tilda Swinton

The 13-year-old star opens up about Bong Joon-ho's on-set humor and playing a new type of character onscreen: "This is not a regular girl that people have seen before."read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Posts $136 Million Loss Ahead of 'Valerian' Release

The company suffered from an "underperforming slate" after 'Nine Lives,' 'Shut In' did poorly at the box office.read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

Mel Brooks Cut Just One Joke From 'Blazing Saddles' for Being Too Racy

"When I saw it, I got scared," Brooks once recalled of the line in question. read more (Movies 28-Jun-17)

'Transformers 5' Opens with Franchise Low as 'Wonder Woman' Surpasses 'Batman v Superman' Domestically

Paramount's Transformers: The Last Knight took the #1 spot this weekend as expected, but that opening was the lowest the franchise has seen thus far by a rather significant margin as a lot of attention will now turn toward the film's international run. Meanwhile, WB's Wonder Woman is still tearing up the box office as it has now become the highest grossing release within the DC Extended Universe and it is showing little sign of stopping. Only one of the previous four Transformers featur... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-Jun-17)

'Cars 3' Speeds to Weekend #1 as 'Wonder Woman' Tops $570M Worldwide

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'Wonder Woman' Tops Cruise's 'Mummy' for Second Week at #1

While Universal's release of The Mummy starring Tom Cruise is the #1 movie worldwide, it fell short of its anticipated mark domestically. The Cruise-led feature had to settle for second place, finishing nearly $25 million shy of Wonder Woman's second weekend, as the DC Comics adaptation enjoyed a #1 finish at the weekend box office for a second week in a row. With an estimated $57 million, Warner Bros. and DC Comics' release of Wonder Woman finished atop the weekend box office for a sec... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 11-Jun-17)

'Wonder Woman' Sets a Record Opening for a Female Directed Feature

Wonder Woman exceeded all expectations this weekend, delivering an impressive $100 million opening, the largest opening for a female-directed feature, vastly out-performing the previous record holder Fifty Shades of Grey, which debuted with $85.1 million back in 2015. Meanwhile, Fox's release of the DreamWorks Animation feature Captain Underpants came up a little short of Mojo's forecast while mildly outperforming the studio's modest expectations. Overall, the weekend dramatically outperfor... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Jun-17)

'Wonder Woman' Set to Lead Post-Memorial Day Weekend Charge

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Wonder Woman is looking strong out of the gate, delivering an estimated $38.85 million on Friday, which includes $11 million from Thursday previews. This is nearly identical to the performance of the first Guardians of the Galaxy, which brought in $11.2 million from previews, delivered $37.8 million on Friday and ultimately opened with $94.3 million, suggesting a $95-100 million opening is in the offing. Wonder Woman received an "A" CinemaScore from opening day... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 01-Jun-17)

'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' Top Memorial Day Weekend Box Office as 'Baywatch' Struggles

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales led the way this Memorial Day weekend while Paramount's Baywatch struggled to match expectations. Meanwhile, Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues to deliver while the studio's Beauty and the Beast became only the eighth film to cross $500 million domestically. Overall, the weekend was down ~15% compared to Memorial Day weekend last year when both X-Men: Apocalypse and Alice Through the Looking Glass delivered underwhelmi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 28-May-17)

'Pirates 5' and 'Baywatch' Set Sail Over Memorial Day Weekend

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: No big surprises this weekend after yesterday's results as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales led the way on Friday with an estimated $23.5 million heading toward an anticipated $62+ million three-day and $76+ million four-day, holiday weekend. In second is Paramount's Baywatch, which kicked off its holiday run on Thursday with $4.6 million, brought in an estimated $5.7 million and is looking at a rather disappointing three-day in the mid-to-high teens ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 25-May-17)

'Alien: Covenant' Narrowly Edges Out 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' To Top Weekend Box Office

It's a tight race at the top as weekend estimates have Alien: Covenant holding a narrow lead over Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 for the #1 spot at the weekend box office. Considering Guardians has been underestimated the past two weekends by $1.46 million and $2.25 million, tomorrow afternoon's actuals will be something to look out for as less than $1 million separates the two films. Meanwhile, WB and MGM's Everything, Everything delivered on the high end of industry expectations while Fo... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 21-May-17)

'Alien: Covenant' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Duke it Out for Weekend Box Office #1

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Fox's Alien: Covenant enjoyed a strong opening day, delivering an estimated $15.35 million (including $4.2m in Thursday previews). Early expectations for the weekend are for a $38-40+ million three-day and a #1 opening. In second is Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, which is looking to deliver close to our weekend prediction with an estimated $8.8 million on Friday headed toward a $33-35 million weekend. WB and MGM's Everything, Everything also delivered a solid F... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 18-May-17)

'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' Holds at #1 While 'King Arthur' Falls on His Sword

UPDATE: Fox has finally sent over debut international results for Alien: Covenant, which released in 34 international markets this weekend with an estimated $42 million. The film was #1 in 19 of its opening markets including South Korea ($7.2m), UK ($6.4m), France ($4.5m), Australia ($3.1m), Spain ($1.9m) and Hong Kong ($1.8m). Next weekend, along with its domestic debut in 3,600+ theaters, the film will open in 52 markets including Germany, Russia and Sweden. Here's a look at the top p... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 14-May-17)