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50th New York Film Festival will close with world premiere of Robert Zemeckis' "Flight," featuring Denzel Washington as airline pilot
The studio reduced its output by 20 percent and had another big "Pirates" hit, but "Mars Needs Moms" stuck out like a big, sore motion-capture thumb
Studio crossed the $1B mark domestically and crawled out of the market-share cellar. Executives insist they'll make another big leap in 2012
The family of the former chairman and CEO of National Research Group is asking for donations to be made to Oceana and Sailors for the Sea
Studio's 2011 performance won't match the $4.81B benchmark it set for itself last year
Garry Marshall's ensemble comedy beats "Twilight," but the box office will be down again. "The Sitter" is 2nd with $3.7 million Friday
Former chairman and CEO of National Research Group dies of natural causes
Open Road will distribute FilmDistrict titles including Luc Besson action film "Escape From M.S. One" and a "Red Dawn" remake
Festival's 2012 lineup of premieres will also include new documentaries from Joe Berlinger and Stacy Peralta
Disney's "Muppets" revival gains strength after a slow Thanksgiving and is now pacing for $42M over the five-day holiday
From Downtown L.A. to Northeast Ohio, fans began lining up at 6 a.m. for Thursday's late-night "Breaking Dawn" screenings
Analysis: While "Immortals" and "Jack and Jill" performed better than expected at the box office, young men were really playing "Modern Warfare 3" and "Skyrim"
Relativity action film way above expectations with $15M Friday, while Adam Sandler's "Jack and Jill" only meets its disappointing tracking with $10M; J. Edgar also soft with $4.3M
"He moves way too fast for you to try to perfect your performance," Corey Stolll, who plays Ernest Hemingway, told the crowd at a Wrap screening
The Indian media conglomerate, which invested $325M in DreamWorks alone, has little to show for its cash
Sundance winner enjoys 119% uptick expanding from 4 to 16 theaters
Brett Ratner's caper comedy was projected to take in as much as $35 million; "Harold & Kumar" meeting expectations in the mid-teens
Insider says actress was misled to believe event was to celebrate the rebuilding of Grozny, not birthday of controversial autocrat
Struggling sector reports its first growth since the first quarter of 2008, Digital Entertainment Group reports
Wall Street not impressed with $34M opening of studio's latest animated feature, "Puss in Boots"
Kiosk chain says price hike is related to operating expense increases
Research firm sets industry-wide meeting to "adjust how a film's pre-weekend box office is tracked and predicted"
Gathering spot at the center of the Culver City studio will now be named John Calley Park, in honor of the recently departed former studio chief
Former Paramount Vantage exec will take charge of the production company's slate, which has recently included "Source Code" and "Larry Crowne"
Comedy about the ol' love and loss also stars Ed Asner, Kevin Hart, Garrett Morris and former "Office" warehouse guy David Denman
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale