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Razzie Nominations: ‘Grown Ups 2’ Leads With Eight Nods

"After Earth," "Movie 43" and "A Madea Christmas" are each contenders in six categories, with the "winners" set to be revealed at the March 1 ceremony.

FilmL.A. Report: Feature, TV Production Down Dramatically in Past Two Decades

Once dominant Southern California struggles to retain movie and TV productions as web work expands, and financial incentives lure work to other states and countries.

First ‘Despicable Me’ Shoots to No. 1 on Home Entertainment Charts

The rare achievement comes as Universal's sequel to the 2010 animated film becomes a box-office hit.

Halle Berry’s ‘The Call’ Makes Strong Debut on Home Entertainment Charts

"Despicable Me" shoots up the charts as interest in the release of the sequel heightens.

California Readies for Annual Rush to Dole Out $100 Million in Tax Credits to Filmmakers

Government reps discuss the Film Commission's upcoming reorganization at the agency's annual breakfast, which also includes a panel with the team behind L.A.-shot "The Call" moderated by THR's Kim…

‘The Call’ Villain to Star in Eadweard Muybridge Thriller (Exclusive)

Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein, who were behind the Comic-Con Film Festival-winning short "Wait for Rain," are directing and producing, respectively.

Box Office Report: ‘Burt Wonderstone’ Eyeing Dismal $11 Million Weekend; ‘The Call’ Overperforms

"The Call" could near $17 million in its debut; "Oz the Great and Powerful" will again top the chart with a $42 million-plus weekend.

Box Office Report: ‘Burt Wonderstone’ Losing Friday to Halle Berry’s ‘The Call’

"Oz the Great and Powerful" will beat both new entries with a projected $40 million weekend.

The Call: Film Review

Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin star in a tense extreme-jeopardy thriller that kicks off with a breathless 911 call.