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'Jurassic World' Teaser Welcomes Visitors to the Park

Get ready for some nostalgia read more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

Box Office: 'Mockingjay' Nabs $275M Globally But Hits Franchise Low in U.S.

Conversely, the penultimate installment hits records levels overseas; awards contender 'Theory of Everything' rockets into top 10read more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

Watch Cameron Diaz Mock 'Annie' on 'SNL'

This Annie is a bit older than Daddy Warbucks was expectingread more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

Disney Musical 'Into the Woods' Swoops Into Awards Season — How Far Can It Go?

Standouts in 'Chicago' helmer Rob Marshall's latest Broadway adaptation, unveiled Saturday, include 'Devil Wears Prada' co-stars Emily Blunt and Meryl Streepread more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

When Mike Nichols Early Films Hit Theaters for the First Time

What was said about 'Virginia Woolf,' 'The Graduate,' 'Catch-22' and 'The Fortune' when the films made their theatrical debutsread more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

Original 'Wizard of Oz' Cowardly Lion Costume Up for Sale

It will take a lot of courage to buy this piece of memorabilia, given the likely priceread more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

'Silkwood': Read THR's 1983 Review

"Once again, Nichols justifies his past plaudits for bringing the best out of his players"read more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

Stephen Hawking's 5 Most Mind-Blowing Quotes

The physicist explains how aliens might kill us all, why we must leave Earth and more terrifying tidbitsread more (Movies 23-Nov-14)

How the Media Covered The Real Events That Inspired 'Foxcatcher'

A look at how various news outlets documented the murder at the center of the movieread more (Movies 22-Nov-14)

'Leviathan' Wins Poland's Camerimage Festival

Andrei Zvyagintsev’s Cannes winner is Russia's official entry for the 2015 foreign language Oscar raceread more (Movies 22-Nov-14)

5 More Movies That Could Use Comic Book 'Missing Chapters'

Following the lead of 'Interstellar,' some more films from this year that would benefit from comic book expansionsread more (Movies 22-Nov-14)

'Mockingjay' Spreads Its Wings with $55 Million on Friday

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 opened to an estimated $55 million on Friday, which is easily the biggest opening day of the year so far.Unfortunately, it's a big step back from the last two Hunger Games movies: Catching Fire opened to $71 million last year, while the original Hunger Games debuted to $67.3 million back in 2012.Mockingjay also opened below the penultimate chapters of the Twilight and Harry Potter franchises ($71.2 million and $61.7 million, respectively).If Mockingjay ... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 22-Nov-14)

'Catch-22': Read THR's 1970 Review

The film is "possibly the biggest, most hopeless, nihilistic picture ever to go out dependent upon the goodwill and support of the largest and most diverse audience available worldwide"read more (Movies 22-Nov-14)

'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' Renews Heated Political Debate

Does the film promote the values of Occupy Wall Street or the Tea Party?read more (Movies 22-Nov-14)

Austin Stowell Joining Steven Spielberg's Untitled Cold War Thriller (Exclusive)

Tom Hanks is starring as an American lawyer tasked with rescuing a pilot downed in the Soviet Unionread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Lionsgate Shares Drop on Fears Latest 'Hunger Games' Will Open Short of $150 Million

One Wall Street analyst told clients to buy shares of the studio if the stock drops again Mondayread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Sony Pictures PR Chief Exits

Charles Sipkins, a crisis-management specialist, joined Sony from the public relations firm of Sard Verbinnen & Co. in Sept., 2013read more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Mike Nichols Remembered by Angelina Jolie and Bennett Miller During Emotional Conversation

Christopher Nolan and Richard Linklater also remember the late helmer during THR's Director Roundtable read more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

'Wild' Director Jean-Marc Vallee in Talks to Direct Amy Adams in Janis Joplin Biopic

'Dallas Buyers Club' scribes Craig Borten and Melisa Wallack are in talks to rewrite the scriptread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Rep Sheet Roundup: ‘Unbroken’ Stars Line Up Publicists

THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation newsread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Evangeline Lilly on Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man' Departure: "I Was Nervous"

"I kind of held off from signing my contract"read more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

UTA Signs Theater Director Benedict Andrews

The Australian native will direct his first film, starring Rooney Mara, next summerread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Watch London 'Back to the Future' Fans Live the Movie via Immersive Screenings

Travel back in time with Secret Cinema's video of its London eventread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Marvel Announces New 'Howard the Duck' Comic Book

Steve Gerber's maladjusted mallard returns following his 'Guardians of the Galaxy' cameoread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Brenton Thwaites Nabs Key 'Pirates 5' Role

Johnny Depp is back as everybody's favorite pirate with manlinerread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Millennium Entertainment Acquires Amplify's Los Angeles Operation

Logan Mulvey joins Millennium as senior vp digital distributionread more (Movies 21-Nov-14)

Forecast: Will 'Mockingjay' Open Over $150 Million This Weekend?

Friday AM Update: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1 opened to an estimated $17 million on Thursday night. While that's easily the biggest Thursday night debut of the year so far, it is significantly lower than Catching Fire's $25 million opening on the same weekend last year.It's also off from the first Hunger Games movie, which took in $19.7 million from midnight-only showings back in 2012. This is a concerning statistic-with showtimes starting at 8 p.m., Mockingjay absolutely should hav... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 21-Nov-14)

'Dumb' Sequel Takes First Ahead of 'Big Hero 6,' 'Interstellar'

Nearly 20 years after moviegoers were first introduced to Harry and Lloyd, the pair of morons once again ruled the box office this weekend.Long-awaited sequel Dumb and Dumber To opened to $36.1 million, which was enough to take first place away from strong holdover Big Hero 6.The Top 12 earned $129.6 million this weekend, which is up nine percent from the same weekend last year. Dumb and Dumber To's $36.1 million is the biggest live-action debut for Jim Carrey since 2003's Bruce Almighty, a... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 16-Nov-14)

Around-the-World Roundup: 'Interstellar' Scores in China, Adds $106 Million Overseas

Christopher Nolan's Interstellar had another fantastic weekend at the international box office. Playing in 63 markets, the movie added $107.9 million for an early total of $225.8 million.In China, Interstellar earned $41.7 million over its first five days. That's the second-biggest debut ever for Warner Bros. behind Pacific Rim (which received a boost from 3D pricing). The movie is now virtually guaranteed to earn over $100 million in this market.Interstellar's holdover markets dropped just... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 16-Nov-14)

Friday Report: 'Dumber' Sequel Leads with $14.2 Million

Eager to finally see Harry and Lloyd's new adventure, Dumb and Dumber fans rushed out to theaters on Friday. The long-awaited sequel, Dumb and Dumber To, easily took first place yesterday, and should wind up with an opening weekend north of $35 million.Meanwhile, Interstellar topped Big Hero 6 on Friday, though those positions will switch for the full weekend.Playing at 3,154 locations, Dumb and Dumber To opened to an impressive $14.2 million yesterday. That's the biggest live-action openin... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 15-Nov-14)

Forecast: Moviegoers to Get 'Dumber' Again This Weekend

Nearly 20 years later, a sequel to Dumb and Dumber finally arrives in theaters this weekend.Playing at 3,153 locations, Dumb and Dumber To could be in a close race for first place against holdovers Big Hero 6 and Interstellar.Relativity Media is also releasing Beyond the Lights at 1,789 locations, while Birdman is expanding nationwide after four strong weeks in limited release. It's also a busy weekend at the specialty box office, with Saving Christmas, Rosewater, Foxcatcher and The Homesma... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 14-Nov-14)

Forecast (cont.): 'Beyond the Lights,' 'Saving Christmas,' 'Rosewater,' 'Foxcatcher'

<< Forecast: Moviegoers to Get 'Dumber' Again This WeekendOpening at 1,789 theaters, Beyond the Lights should take fourth place this weekend with around $10 million. The movie stars up-and-comer Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a pop star struggling with the pressures of fame, while Nate Parker stars as a cop who she becomes involved with romantically. The movie has received very positive reviews-as of Thursday afternoon, it was at 84 percent on Rotten Tomatoes-and will likely appeal mostly... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 13-Nov-14)

Holiday 2014 Forecast: Other Contenders

<< Back to Holiday 2014 ForecastWhile some of the Holiday Forecast picks are locks (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, etc.), there are a handful of fringe titles (Unbroken, Horrible Bosses, Annie, The Interview) which could wind up outside the Top 12 when all is said and done.Which upcoming releases could move in to one of those spots? Here's a brief look at box office prospects for the rest of the movies set to open between now an... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 13-Nov-14)

Disney's 'Big Hero 6' Eclipses Nolan's 'Interstellar'

In what could be considered a minor upset, Disney Animation's Big Hero 6 took the top spot at the box office this weekend ahead of Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic Interstellar.Playing at 3,761 theaters, Big Hero 6 opened to $56.2 million this weekend. That's up 15 percent from fellow Disney Animation movie Wreck-It Ralph, which opened to $49 million around the same time in 2012. Big Hero 6 also had the second-highest animated opening of the year ahead of How to Train Your Dragon 2 ($49.5 mi... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 09-Nov-14)

Around-the-World Roundup: 'Interstellar' Opens to $82.9 Million Overseas

Interstellar may have fallen a bit short at the domestic box office, but it did at least managed to dominate overseas this weekend.Playing at 62 markets, Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic opened to an estimated $82.9 million this weekend. According to distributor Warner Bros., that's on par with Gravity's debuts across the same bucket of territories.Interstellar's biggest market was South Korea, where it took first place with an impressive $14.4 million. The rest of its major territories were... (Box Office Mojo - Top Stories 09-Nov-14)