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Pamela McClintock

Senior Film Writer

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‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ Sews Up March 2022 Release Date

In partnership with the House of Dior, Focus Features has set a March 4, 2022 theatrical release for Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris. Universal Pictures International will begin rolling out the…

Box Office: Jason Statham’s ‘Wrath of Man’ No. 1 With $8M

Jason Statham starrer Wrath of Man easily won the weekend box office with a pleasing domestic debut of $8.1 million. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the film is from United Artists Releasing and…

Sony’s ‘Cinderella’ Heads to Amazon, Bypassing Theaters

Sony’s live-action musical adaptation of Cinderella will bypass a theatrical run, opting instead to debut on Amazon Prime, sources confirm. A release later this year is planned. The film is…

ArcLight and Cinerama Dome: Potential Suitors Line Up

Any number of players in the exhibition business would be interested in taking over operation of The Hollywood ArcLight Cinema complex. That includes the adjoining Cinerama Dome, a…

Box Office: ‘Demon Slayer’ Edges Out ‘Mortal Kombat’

The order could change when final weekend ticket sales are tallied on Monday. Elsewhere, 'Godzilla vs. Kong' crossed the $90 million mark domestically.

Why the “New Normal” at Theaters May Mean a Premium Experience for Moviegoers

As vaccines roll out, restrictions lift and theaters reopen, audiences have been willing to pay more for an enhanced experience because — after a year stuck at home…

Samuel L. Jackson’s ‘Protege’ Lands Summer 2021 Release Date

Lionsgate also dates Jennifer Lopez-Josh Duhamel romantic comedy 'Shotgun Wedding' and Marc Forster's 'White Bird: A Wonder Story.'

Steve Bunnell Named CEO of New Event Cinema Company Iconic

The venture was quietly formed last year by veteran exhibition executives Michael Lambert and Tim Warner.

‘The Black Phone’ Lands January 2022 Release in Theaters

Scott Derrickson is directing the horror thriller, starring Ethan Hawke, for Blumhouse and Universal.

Oscars: ‘Nomadland’ Lowest-Grossing Best Picture Winner in Decades

The sobering stat was expected considering the COVID-19 crisis which prompted widespread theater closures for more than a year.

Box Office: ‘Mortal Kombat’ Wins With $22.5M in Surprise Battle With ‘Demon Slayer’

Making history, the Japanese anime epic 'Demon Slayer: Mugen Train' scored the top domestic opening of all time — nearly $20 million — for a foreign-language film.

Coming Soon to Theaters: “Traffic Jam on a Box Office Superhighway”

Studios’ delayed, action-oriented features are set to debut within weeks of one another later this year, worrying executives: "The fall is really scary, there is no oxygen."