Universal brought "Battleship," "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "Savages," but all it really needed was a pot-smoking teddy bear named "Ted"
Satellite distribution of movies, higher frame rates, laser projection and anti-piracy systems mean the annual Las Vegas trade show is focusing on innovation
Introduced at CinemaCon, the system of tiny cameras primarily installed at industry screenings and premieres but plans to ramp up production in next 18 months
Studio also is planning film about dinosaurs and a journey into the mind
Bane rages, Catwoman slinks, Batman broods in what Christopher Nolan promises will be a “spectacular” finish to the trilogy
If the first glimpse of "Great Gatsby" provided to movie exhibitors at CinemaCon is telling, it holds in store a sumptuous new cinematic experience
The impact of “The Hobbit” footage Peter Jackson screened at CinemaCon was more telenovela than “Avatar”
Chris Dodd, Hollywood’s top lobbyist, says Hollywood needs to figure out ways to appeal to Hispanics beyond tokenism
Despite the legislative fiasco of SOPA and PIPA, Dodd says he is committed to cracking down on content theft
The multi-year pact will keep the Columbus, Georgia-based theater chain’s 2,254 screens in Fandango’s network
Paramount gives an extended look at “Rise of the Guardians,” “Madagascar 3″ and “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”
The “Prometheus” star will be honored for her Oscar-winning work in movies like “Monster” and “North Country”
The actor has appeared in “The Kids Are All Right” and the upcoming remake of “Red Dawn” in addition to Lionsgate’s “Hunger Games”
Will recognize the DreamWorks Animation CEO’s charitable work
The annual trade show will run from April 23-26
When I got a glimpse at “Drive,” for which he won best director at the Cannes Film Festival this year, I got the same sense...
Their lack of knowledge of the economics of the theaters is stunning – but worse is their lack of interest in hearing points of view...
The summer of 2012 looks killer, but news of premium VOD pacts knee-caps exhibitors when they need a helping hand
Studio unveils tentpole-heavy slate and extended footage of “Harry Potter” and “The Green Lantern”
The “Hangover” director threw his verbal support to theater owners during the Warner Bros. presentation at CinemaCon
Director says speeds of 48 or 60 frames per second will improve 3D
Tension at the annual Las Vegas lovefest exploded on Thursday over a new studio premium VOD plan; exhibitors stressed over drop in box office revenue
Filmmakers caution that cheap conversions could spoil the soup
During CinemaCon panel, mantra is: use Facebook and Twitter to put butts in seats
Joe Greenstein coyly addresses questions about the possible sale of his company to major studio at CinemaCon panel
Tidbits from CinemaCon, David Bowie’s son learns from Major Tom, and why Zack Snyder will outlast Michael Bay
NATO chief John Fithian uses his part of Tuesday’s keynote to warn exhibitors: “convert to digital or die”
Starting with a peek at the closely guarded “Super 8″ Monday night, studio unwraps its powerful summer lineup to exhibitors who could sorely use the...