Colorado Theater Shootings Lawsuit: Cinemark Claims It Had No 'Right to Control' Suspect 6 weeks ago
Theater company Cinemark has shot back in the a lawsuit filed by victims of the July 2012 shootings at an Aurora, Colo., screening of...
By Tim Kenneally
Holmes is charged with a theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., that left 12 dead and more than 70 injured.
Voting for Hollywood's other movie awards ceremony starts March 5
The Denver Post reports that Fox News reporter Jana Winter must appear before the court to answer questions on a story she wrote that may have violated a gag order
The Colorado movie theater where 12 audience members were killed and 70 wounded is reopening tonight with an "evening of remembrance"
Dr. Lynne Fenton and the University of Colorado Denver are being faulted for failing to lock up James Holmes
Five top casting directors -- including several whose films hit paydirt with Academy Award nominations -- sound off on an underappreciated art. Oscar, anyone?
JoBeth Williams and Scott Bakula will announce the winners
Improvised napalm and thermite were used in the unexploded bomb, FBI specialist says
Police say they have no video of shootings, describe James Holmes as "very relaxed" during his arrest in preliminary hearing
YouTube video features the big-screen bad guy spitting his illest rhymes before announcing his plans to destroy Gotham
James Holmes stands accused of kiling 12 and wounding 58 this past July in a mass shooting
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
Lawsuits from victims of shooting during "Dark Knight Rises" screening have been consolidated into one suit for a May 2014 trial
James Holmes, accused of killing 12 during a "Dark Knight Rises" screening, was hospitalized after ramming his head into a wall in jail
Victims of the Aurora, Colo., massacre have filed complaints saying that the theater where the shooting occurred provided inadequate security
The theater chain says its employees could not have known that the accused shooter James Holmes was unbalanced and homicidal
"If we're seeing those same numbers in the middle of November, then I'll be worried," one studio executive told TheWrap
The overseas success of "Dark Knight Rises" is a coup for Warner Bros., as Batman movies have previously performed better at home than abroad
Exorcism thriller "Possession" repeats with $9.5M and gives Lionsgate fourth straight win on slowest box-office weekend since 9/11
"Dark Knight Rises" director Christopher Nolan switched agencies from CAA to WME and now both want commissions
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
The double booking is in part an attempt by China Film Group, which oversees movie distribution in that country, to limit the impact of U.S. films on the domestic box office
"Ice Age: Continental Drift" pushes Fox past $2B in worldwide box office for year and "Dark Knight Rises" passes $500M overseas
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
Rob Thomas is directing the movie, which is being made possible by Kickstarter