Skip to main content
Got a tip?


AFM: Taylor Kitsch to Play Psycho Cop in ‘Exit 147’

The "Battleship" and "Friday Nights Light" alum will star in the thriller from "Kinky Boots" director Julian Jarrold.

Peter Berg: ‘I Thought I Could Pull Off ‘Battleship’ Without a Big Star’

The director talks about why his last film didn't work and his economical follow-up, "Lone Survivor."

‘Twilight’ Leads Razzies With 11 Nominations

"That's My Boy" and "Battleship" were close behind in the contest for Hollywood's worst of 2012.

Russian Box Office Hits $1 Billion Mark Faster Than in 2011

The entire year's figure is predicted to be up 13 percent.

‘Avengers’ Remains No. 1 on Home Entertainment Charts

Disney's "Cinderella" Blu-ray debuts at No. 2, and Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows" comes in at No. 3.

‘Avengers’ Dominates First Week on Blu-Ray, DVD

Joss Whedon's superhero hit sold 34 times as many copies as the No. 2 title, "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns — Part 1."

‘Hunger Games’ Reclaims No. 1 Spot on Sales Chart

Buzz surrounding filming for the Lionsgate hit's sequel helped it take the top position back on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart from Universal's "Battleship."

Talks Falter Between Stacey Snider, Comcast

While the DreamWorks head and director Steven Spielberg entertained a 'romantic notion' about returning to Universal, Comcast balked at the complexity of unwinding deals with Reliance and Disney.

Germany’s Maxdome Inks VOD Deal With NBCUniversal

The agreement includes rights to "Battleship," "Ted" and "Snow White and the Huntsman."

Analysts Expect Slower TV Ad Growth in Latest Hollywood Conglomerate Earnings Reports?

Wall Street also predict mixed film results for the second quarter and more clarity on whether sector stocks have more upside.?

Box Office Report: Universal Crosses $1 Billion Mark in Foreign Grosses

With a boost from movies including "Battleship" and "Snow White and the Huntsman," the studio crosses that mark earlier in the year than it ever before in its history.

Box Office Mid-Year Report: What’s Worrying Hollywood

Domestic revenue is at a record level, so why aren't studios smiling? Between the dramatic slide in 3D attendance and a string of jaw-dropping disappointments, there's little reason to celebrate.