The Weinstein Company shifts the awards hopefuls’ rollouts and renames the John Wells comedy formerly known as “Adam Jones”
‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ Opens to Strong $4 Million at Thursday Box Office
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Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media Declares Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
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‘Vacation’ Sequel Hits Road With So-So $3.8 Million First Day at Box Office
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Lenny Abrahamson directs Emma Donoghue’s adaption of her bestseller, which also stars William H. Macy and Joan Allen and is in lineup for Toronto Film...
Warner Bros. R-rated Ed Helms-Christina Applegate comedy is Hollywood’s fifth trip to the vaults this summer
Marketing and overseas distribution chief Kroll will add domestic to her plate, Veronika Kwan Vandenberg will run day-to-day when Fellman exits after 37 years
The Weinstein Company’s boxing drama drew audiences that were young and nearly half minority
The once red-hot star of “Waterboy” and “Big Daddy” fails to reverse his string of disappointing big-screen releases
The little yellow guys have had the No. 1 movie worldwide for the past three weeks
Until the studio develops a clear sense of where it stands in Hollywood, it will remain “the studio that got hacked”
Marvel saga claims 2nd straight win with $24.8 million as video game comedy falters. Jake Gyllenhaal’s “Southpaw” connects while teen-targeting “Paper Towns” sputters
Sony video game comedy heading for $25 million weekend. Jake Gyllenhaal’s “Southpaw” shows punch and battles “Paper Towns” for fourth behind “Minions”
The other opener this weekend is “Southpaw,” which is projected to open at $13 million
TheWrap explores why the average film now costs $8.61, a 28 percent jump from last summer
Then again, who wants to bet against the hordes of teenage girls targeted by the John Green romance adaptation?
If Chinese movies can deliver like U.S. blockbusters, the giant-screen goliath will be uniquely positioned to capitalize
Universal’s sequel to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 dinosaur epic has taken in $1.52 billion globally
Local product powers Mainland to highest-grossing week ever, while “Pixels,” “Terminator: Genysis,” “Minions” and Mission: Impossible 5” are cleared for release
Sony’s sci-fi action comedy directed by Christopher Columbus will be squeezed by “Minions” and “Ant-Man,” which also target family audiences
Judd Apatow’s return to form, LeBron James and John Cena’s social media muscle all contributed
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TheWrap’s Jordan Burchette reveals how to win at No. 3 and lose at No. 1
Though the Paul Rudd superhero movie was the studio’s weakest debut since 2008’s “The Incredible Hulk,” it still hit No. 1
Paul Rudd-led superhero story brings in $114 million worldwide, but falls short of its projected $60 to $65 million domestic debut
“Ant-Man” poised to become the 12th consecutive No. 1 opening for Disney/Marvel, and “Trainwreck” looks like another win for Universal
“Furious 7,” “Jurassic World” and “Pitch Perfect 2” drive studio’s epic year
The other debut this weekend, Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck,” earned $1.8 million
The Judd Apatow-directed film stars Schumer, Bill Hader and Lebron James