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'Sing' World Premiere: Inside Stevie Wonder's Surprise Performance

Seth MacFarlane, Jennifer Hudson and Tori Kelly also took the stage at the 'Sing' premiere. read more (Movies 04-Dec-16)

'Moana' Repeats at #1, Topping Slow Post-Thanksgiving Weekend

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 04-Dec-16)

Box Office: 'Moana' Sails to No. 1 for Second Weekend With $28.4 Million

'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' earns $18.5 million in its third week, while new horror film 'Incarnate' has soft $2.6 million opening.read more (Movies 04-Dec-16)

This Week in Trailers: 'The Mummy,' 'Office Christmas Party,' 'The Belko Experiment'

A roundup of the latest trailers for the most anticipated films. (Movies 04-Dec-16)

Dev Patel on 'Lion': To "Just Be an Every-Man, a Modern 20-Something-Year-Old Guy Meant a Lot" | Actor Oscar Roundtable

"You have to take on the mold because that's all there is to break the mold, and you can push the bar a little bit in that space."read more (Movies 04-Dec-16)

Billy Chapin, Child Actor in 'The Night of the Hunter,' Dies at 72

His sister, Lauren Chapin, announced the news Saturday afternoon, citing a long illness as the cause of death.read more (Movies 04-Dec-16)

Hollywood Reacts With Disgust, Outrage Over 'Last Tango in Paris' Director's Resurfaced Rape Scene Confession

Chris Evans, Jessica Chastain and more have spoken out about a recently resurfaced interview in which Bernardo Bertolucci admitted Maria Schneider wasn't made aware of the crucial scene prior to the day of shooting.read more (Movies 04-Dec-16)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt: "The Point of Making a Movie Like 'Snowden' Is to Start a Conversation" | Actor Oscar Roundtable

"I can read about what exactly he did and why, but what you can't necessarily get from watching him give an interview or a speech or reading an article about him is those little human things."read more (Movies 03-Dec-16)

How Does 'Rogue One' Connect to 'Episode VIII'?

Do the next two 'Star Wars' movies tie in with each other, despite being set decades apart?read more (Movies 03-Dec-16)

Jason Momoa's 'Aquaman' Gets Release Date

James Wan is directing Warner Bros.' superhero movie.read more (Movies 03-Dec-16)

Marilyn Manson Thriller 'Let Me Make You a Martyr' Nabbed by FilmRise

In his biggest onscreen role to date, Manson stars as a hardened, contemplative hit man hired by his father to kill his other son.read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

Texas Police Feature Stormtrooper (Who Can't Shoot) in New Recruitment Video

"The Galactic Empire's second attempt at getting into the next Fort Worth Police Academy class."read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

Amy Schumer in Talks to Star in 'Barbie' Movie From Sony

A search for a director is also underway.read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

How 'Moana's' Animators Brought a Tattoo to Life

Dwayne Johnson's demigod character Maui is computer-generated — and upstaged at times by his little hand-drawn alter ego.read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

Warner Bros. Makes Another Move to Disarm 'War Dogs' Lawsuit

"Further amendment would be futile," the studio argues.read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

Johnny Depp Joins Film Project For Teen Living With Stage 4 Cancer

Laura Dern, J.K. Simmons and filmmakers Sam Raimi, Catherine Hardwicke and Ted Melfi also worked on 16-year-old cancer patient Anthony Conti's zombie short 'The Black Ghiandola,' which was made possible through the Make a Film Foundation. read more (Movies 02-Dec-16)

'Moana' To Repeat at #1 Over Post-Thanksgiving Weekend

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Moana will be holding on to the top spot as expected, though the film's second weekend hold may be a little better than Mojo forecasted as it pulled in an estimated $6.4 million on Friday. This puts the film on track for a $29+ million weekend, which would push the film's domestic cume over $120 million. Also over performing expectations is Paramount's Allied, which brought in an estimated $2.17 million on Friday and is looking to edge out both Arrival and Doctor Str... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 01-Dec-16)

'Moana' Scores $81.1M Holiday Opening; 'Allied' & 'Bad Santa 2' Struggle While Beatty's 'Rules' Flops

Disney's Moana topped the extended holiday box office with the second largest five-day Thanksgiving opening of all-time and the third largest three-day Thanksgiving opening of all-time, leading a top twelve that grossed a combined $173 million. Moana was, however, the only real success story among new wide releases as Allied and Bad Santa 2 fell short of expectations and Rules Don't Apply delivered the worst wide opening of 2016. Other bright spots are to be found, though, in the likes of h... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 27-Nov-16)

'Moana' Sets Sights on $80+ Million 5-Day Thanksgiving Debut

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Moana remained atop the daily box office on Friday, pulling in an estimated $21.8 million as the film's estimated five-day performance is now expected to settle in around $81 million. An opening above $80.1 million would give it the second largest five-day Thanksgiving opening of all-time, edging out Toy Story 2 and giving Disney nine of the top ten five-day Thanksgiving opening weekends. Paramount's Allied remains on pace for an opening around $17-18 million after a... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Nov-16)

'Fantastic Beasts' Tops Weekend With $75M While Fellow New Releases Struggle

The weekend didn't quite turn out as Mojo had forecast as the top twelve grossed a combined $149.4 million compared to Mojo's forecast, which foresaw the top twelve grossing over $180 million. Part of the blame lay on an over-estimation of the weekend's top new release, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which did deliver a solid #1 opening, but couldn't match Mojo's lofty expectations. To that point, the vast majority of films fell below expectations including the weekend's two othe... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 20-Nov-16)

'Fantastic Beasts' Eyes Fantastic Opening that Could Top $90 Million

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Warner Bros.'s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them delivered an estimated $29.7 million on Friday, heading toward an opening around $75 million, which is well behind Mojo's lofty forecast but right on part with industry expectations heading into the weekend. The film was well received by opening day audiences, which gave it an "A" CinemaScore with the most interesting fact being it played to an audience that was 55% over the age of 35 and only 18% under the... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 17-Nov-16)

'Doctor Strange' Repeats, Contributing to Disney's Record 2016, as 'Arrival' Debuts with $24M

Disney continued its record-breaking year this weekend as 2016 became the studio's best year at the domestic box office ever. Contributing to that success, of course, is the studio's latest Marvel Studios release, Doctor Strange, which led the weekend box office for the second week in a row, contributing to a weekend in which the top twelve was up 56% compared to the same weekend last year. The weekend's success was a combination of strong holdovers such as Strange and fellow sophomore fea... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 13-Nov-16)

'Doctor Strange' to Repeat at #1 as 'Arrival', 'Almost Christmas' & 'Shut In' Hit Theaters

SATURDAY AM UPDATE: Doctor Strange is going to secure a second weekend at #1 after an estimated $14.9 million on Friday, heading toward a second weekend right around $40 million. Additionally, Fox's Trolls will finish second as expected after an estimated $12.2 million on Friday, heading toward a three-day right around $34 million. As for the weekend's newcomers, Arrival is playing well, bringing in an estimated $9.35 million on Friday, heading toward an opening right around $21-24 mill... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 10-Nov-16)

Sluggish October 2016 Box Office Contributes to Lackluster Fall Season

(Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 08-Nov-16)

'Doctor Strange' Ignites Box Office with $84.9 Million Opening

The domestic box office got a jolt in a very big way as Disney and Marvel's Doctor Strange led the weekend with an estimated $84.9 million followed by strong performances by both Fox and DreamWorks Animation's Trolls and Lionsgate's Hacksaw Ridge. Beyond just the wide releases, the continued expansion of A24's Moonlight also contributed to a top twelve that was up a whopping 133.6% compared to last weekend, generating over $182 million collectively and a weekend that was up 20.4% compared t... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 06-Nov-16)