Joss Whedon Squashes Reports of $100 Million 'Avengers' Payday 1 week ago
Joss Whedon wants to clear something up: He is NOT getting $100 million, or as he calls it, "Downey money," for "The...
By Tony Maglio
Robert Downey Jr. experiments with his new and improved armor while under heavy helicopter fire
Admissions likely will fall in 2013, and viewers are growing pickier about paying that 3D upcharge
Marvel has partnered with Feld Entertainment, the company that produces Disney on Ice, to create an arena show featuring their most popular superheroes
Joss Whedon's modern adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy opens on June 7
They join a list of presenters that includes Melissa McCarthy, Sandra Bullock and the cast of "The Avengers"
Foreign audiences are buying what Hollywood is selling, pushing the industry to a record-breaking year at the worldwide box office
IMAX debut could mean big profits for "Iron Man 3"
Middle-earth saga leads VES nominations with seven; "Life of Pi," "The Avengers" receive six
Analysis: PG-13 films have taken in more than twice as much at box office this year, but far more R-rated movies have been released
"Skyfall," "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "The Avengers" are also among contenders for a Visual Effects award
TheWrap staff offers up deserving films and folks who might get lost in the crush of a crazy awards season.
As Hawkeye, "Avengers" star Jeremy Renner has the invading aliens quivering until he runs out of arrows on "Saturday Night Live"
Justin Bieber and Jennifer Lawrence score multiple nominations
This summer's films grossed $4.27B, down 2.84 percent from last year's $4.4B. The drop in admissions shows higher ticket prices are propping up the numbers, however
Kenn Viselman, the man behind "Oogieloves," says the attention will only help VOD and DVD after toddler-targeting movie posts worst box-office opening ever
There were some big winners, and lots of losers, in the up-and-down summer box office of 2012. Here is TheWrap's list of both
The success of "The Avengers" and the "Dark Knight Rises" tragedy made the summer an emotional roller-coaster. But at the box office, 2012 is a length or two behind 2011
For the first half of the year, the average ticket set back moviegoers $8.02
Online ticket broker Fandango reports "The Dark Knight Rises" has sold out more than 2,000 shows nationwide. Projections for weekend are now between $185M and $198M
But even without the premium ticket prices, "Dark Knight Rises" still might not match the Marvel superhero behemoth on opening weekend
Wowing the crowd in San Diego isn't always a sign of box-office success -- here are some notable hits and misses that had big debuts at Comic-Con
Guest Blog: This is the story of two savvy businessmen who rescued a slate of Marvel heroes from a super-villain: bankruptcy
Disney and Marvel's superhero mashup "The Avengers" is No. 3 all time at the domestic box office behind only "Avatar" and "Titanic"
The star system is battered, the movies are too pricey and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" author Seth Grahame-Smith is the kiss of death
The DreamWorks Animation CGI film repeats as No. 1, with newcomers "Rock of Ages" at $15M and "That's My Boy" at $13M. "Prometheus" is No. 2 with $20.2M
Families lift DreamWorks Animation's "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" past Ridley Scott's R-rated "Prometheus," which takes in $50M
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga