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Jack Ma's Alibaba Pictures Warns of $140M Loss in 2016

The company, which released its first film last year, blamed the large losses on heavy marketing for its mobile ticketing app.read more (Movies 20-Feb-17)

'LEGO Batman' Tops Presidents' Day Weekend, 'Great Wall' Leads Newcomers

The LEGO Batman Movie topped the weekend box office for a second week in a row, holding off a trio of newcomers led by Universal's The Great Wall. Fellow new releases, Fist Fight and particularly Fox's A Cure for Wellness, fizzled in their respective debuts as the start of 2017's Presidents' Day weekend saw the top twelve come in 47% behind last year. While that was mostly to be expected, it's a rather significant dip as 2017 is currently pacing 10.4% behind 2016's yearly grosses. With ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Feb-17)

This Week in Trailers: 'Power Rangers,' 'Song to Song,' 'The House' and More

Will Ferrell led 'The House' released its first trailers this week, in addition to 'Song to Song' directed by Terrence Malik. (Movies 19-Feb-17)

'Ghost Hunting' ('Istiyad ashbah'): Film Review | Berlin 2017

A group of Palestinian ex-prisoners re-enact their nightmarish interrogation memories in director Raed Andoni's prize-winning Berlinale documentary, 'Ghost Hunting'.read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: Watch the Award Ceremony for the 66th Berlinale Live Stream

Watch the Berlin Film Festival Awards live on Saturday. beginning at 7 p.m. CET (1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT). read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: Aki Kaurismaki Wins Best Director for 'The Other Side of Hope'

The story about a Syrian refugee who travels to Finland was one of the best-reviewed films out of this year's festival. read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: Hungarian Love Story 'On Body and Soul' Wins Golden Bear Award

The eccentric dramedy, set in a Hungarian slaughterhouse, beat out favorite 'The Other Side of Hope,' which earned best director honors for Aki Kaurismaki. read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: 'I Am Not Your Negro' and 'Insyriated' Take Audience Awards

Raoul Peck's Oscar-nominated documentary on James Baldwin and a drama about life in a Syrian war zone were the most popular titles among moviegoers at the festival.read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: 'On Body and Soul' Takes Critics, Audience Honors

The Hungarian drama from Ildiko Enyedi is a twisting love story set in a slaughterhouse.read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: 'The Best of All Worlds' Wins Perspectives on German Cinema Award

Adrian Goiginger's semi-autobiographical film looks at a young boy growing up with a heroin-addicted mother. read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: 'Butterfly Kisses' Wins Crystal Bear for Best Film in Generation Sidebar

Rafael Kapelinski's drama is set among young people living on a British housing estate.read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Berlin: Sebastian Lelio's 'A Fantastic Woman' Wins Teddy Award for Best Film

The story of a transgender woman dealing with the death of her partner took the top prize for LGBT-themed movies screening at the festival. read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

'Lion King' Remake Casts Donald Glover as Simba, James Earl Jones as Mufasa

Director Jon Favreau announced the news Friday on Twitter.read more (Movies 18-Feb-17)

Trailblazing Comics Editor Karen Berger Signs With Dark Horse to Create New Comic Book Imprint

Berger Books will be entirely overseen by the editor of the classic 'Sandman' series.read more (Movies 17-Feb-17)

'Moana' Deleted Songs and Scenes Detail Cut Brothers, Maui's Past

Bonus footage from Disney's animated Oscar contender details why Moana's siblings ended up on the cutting-room floor.read more (Movies 17-Feb-17)

'Logan': What the Critics Are Saying

The reviews for 'Logan' are in, and they are positive. read more (Movies 17-Feb-17)

'LEGO Batman' to Lead Presidents' Day Weekend Over 'Fist Fight', 'Great Wall' & 'Cure for Wellness'

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'LEGO Batman' Tops 'Fifty Shades Darker' & 'John Wick 2' With $55.6 Million

It was the best weekend at the 2017 box office so far, led by WB's The LEGO Batman Movie along with fellow newcomers Fifty Shades Darker and John Wick: Chapter Two topping the box office in that order. But along with the new releases, five of the weekend's holdovers, especially Lion, held on extremely well, dropping 35% or less compared to last weekend. Overall the weekend top twelve came in just a fraction below our overall expectation of $180 million as the top twelve combined for an est... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 12-Feb-17)

'LEGO Batman', 'Fifty Shades Darker' & 'John Wick 2' Set to Light Up the Weekend Box Office

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Universal's Fifty Shades Darker led the way on Friday with an estimated $21.5 million, heading toward a three-day opening north of $46-50 million. Meanwhile, WB's The LEGO Batman Movie took in an estimated $15 million ($1.25m from IMAX showings) on Friday, which is a bit below expectation and is not looking as if it will be in a tight race with Fifty Shades, pulling in around $52+ million for the three day. Lionsgate's John Wick: Chapter Two is performing mostly as e... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 09-Feb-17)

'Split' Threepeats Over Super Bowl Weekend as Newcomers Fumble

Not many surprises this Super Bowl weekend as Universal's Split finished #1 for a third straight weekend in a row while the new releases struggled out of the gates. Between the new releases, Paramount's Rings did manage a second place finish despite largely negative reviews while STX's The Space Between Us, floundered and finished well below expectations. Overall, the top twelve grossed an estimated $81.1 million, a bit below the $82 million the top twelve combined for over last Super Bowl... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 05-Feb-17)

'Split' Looks to Fend Off 'Rings' and 'Space Between Us' Over Super Bowl Weekend

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Rings was able to just squeak by Universal's Split for a Friday victory, bringing in an estimated $5.6 million (including $800k from Thursday previews). The third film in the Rings franchise, however, will likely fall short of a weekend victory, delivering around $13 million or so while Split is looking at another #1 finish this weekend around $14.5 million or so after an estimated $4.8 million on Friday. STX's The Space Between Us was the only other wide release thi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 02-Feb-17)

'Split' Dominates Newcomers in Second Weekend, Topping 'Dog's Purpose' and 'Resident Evil'

M. Night Shyamalan's Split dominated in its second weekend at the box office, dropping only 34% to take the #1 spot for a second weekend in a row. As a result, Universal held the #1 and #2 spots this weekend with Split and their release of Amblin and Walden Media's A Dog's Purpose, which topped the list of newcomers for a second place finish. Meanwhile, Screen Gems's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter didn't blow the doors off domestically, delivering the lowest domestic opening for any film... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 29-Jan-17)

'Dog's Purpose' and 'Resident Evil' Open as Oscar Nominees Expand

SUNDAY AM UPDATE: Looking to hold on to the number one spot with ease, Universal's Split brought in an estimated $7.9 million on Friday and is looking at an impressive $25+ million second weekend. Landing in second on Friday is Universal's A Dog's Purpose with an estimated $5.3 million as it looks as if it will finish around $18.5 million for the three-day weekend. Screen Gems's release of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is projected to take in $13.7 - $14 million for the weekend a... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 26-Jan-17)

Shyamalan's 'Split' Impresses with $40 Million Debut as 'Rogue One' Tops $1 Billion Worldwide

M. Night Shyamalan has delivered a second hit in a row as his latest film, Split, is estimated to have delivered a top five January opening, leading the weekend charge with a three-day opening four times as big as its reported $10 million budget. Meanwhile, Paramount's xXx: The Return of Xander Cage delivered as expected while the Weinstein's The Founder scored a top ten finish. Additionally, Disney's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has become the 28th film to top $1 billion worldwide. Wit... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Jan-17)

Shyamalan's 'Split' and Diesel's 'xXx 3' Look to Deliver $20+ Million Openings

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 19-Jan-17)