CinemaCon 2014: "Interstellar" director is a film traditionalist
"Game of Thrones," "Mad Men" and "Veep" among television honorees
There have been 5 pricey disasters in a row, but the season is still ahead of 2012 by double digits
Analysis: Big names can goose grosses but they're not making -- or breaking -- movies at the multiplexes
Becomes eighth Leonardo DiCaprio film to cross that threshold
Universal's "Fast & Furious 6" debuts No. 1 with record-breaking $13.8M in the U.K.
J.J. Abrams space epic sequel will fall short of the $100 million Paramount was expecting
Audiences were not attuned to some of the bad buzz like Hollywood executives
The director of "Great Gatsby" moved up this week, as did the film's Daisy
Both films take in $19 million Friday with Disney's superhero sequel on track for $67 million 2nd week
Baz Luhrmann can take heart -- F. Scott's Fitzgerald's classic masterpiece got some bad reviews, too
Disney's Marvel superhero sequel is looking at $70M second weekend. Baz Luhrmann's 3D extravaganza is pegged for $40M
Box Office Analysis: Sandwiched between "Iron Man 3" and "Star Trek Into Darkness," Warner Bros.' pricey costume drama looks for a foothold
Baz Luhrmann's update on Fitzgerald divides critics
Baz Luhrmann sucks the life out of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s immortal novel and replaces it with empty filigree and overbearing style
Fandango survey reveals audiences also anticipating "The Great Gatsby" and "Star Trek Into Darkness"
Warner Bros. announced the full track listing for the Jay-Z-produced soundtrack, which also includes will.i.am, Bryan Ferry, Gotye and Jack White
Baz Luhrmann creates an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel for the ADD set
"The Great Gatsby" with Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan was originally scheduled to open in Christmas, 2012
Baz Luhrmann's 3D take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic novel stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire
Leonardo DiCpario and Carey Mulligan fit perfectly, but what of Tobey Maguire?
If the first glimpse of "Great Gatsby" provided to movie exhibitors at CinemaCon is telling, it holds in store a sumptuous new cinematic experience
Actors read the roles of Jay Gatsby and Nick Carraway with the director in New York