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Dave Bautista on ‘Army of the Dead’ and Getting the ‘Knives Out 2’ Call from Rian Johnson

Dave Bautista has been playing his cards right, and his increasingly impressive body of work proves it. Returning to the screen in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, Bautista stars as Scott Ward…

Why COVID Couldn’t Stop the Hungarian Production Boom

The Hungarian film industry has bounced back from the COVID-19 downturn, thanks to a rapid response, a supportive government, and a reputation as the go-to location for high-end production. 

20 Movies Set for 2021 That Were Supposed to Be Released in 2020

Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, film fans have been eagerly waiting more than a year to see some of these titles.

Josh Brolin and Wife Kathryn Boyd Welcome Second Child on Christmas Day

Josh Brolin and his wife Kathryn Boyd have welcomed their second child, Chapel Grace Brolin, both revealing the news via their personal Instagram accounts Sunday.

Theater Advertising Giant Looks for Revenue Outside of Big Cinema Screens

Cinema advertising firm National CineMedia, which plays ads on movie theater screens, has hired Steve Sapp to drive out-of-home digital ad sales well beyond the multiplex during the pandemic.

Warner Bros.’ Streaming Plans Shake Up Global Release Schedule

Warner Bros.' shock announcement this week that it will bow all its 2021 titles — including blockbusters such as Matrix 4, Dune, and Suicide Squad — simultaneously in theaters and on its streaming…

Warner Bros. Smashes Box Office Windows, Will Send Entire 2021 Slate to HBO Max and Theaters

The studio will send 17 films — including 'The Matrix 4,' 'The Suicide Squad' and 'Dune' to its streaming service for 31 days the same day they hit theaters.

Cinemark Credit Rating Downgraded Over Hollywood Tentpole Delays

S&P Global Ratings has downgraded the credit rating for exhibition giant Cinemark Holdings over delays in Hollywood tentpoles reaching the local multiplex.

‘Dune’ Delayed to October 2021

Legendary's 'Dune,' originally set for December 2020, is among a slew of Hollywood tentpoles impacted by the ongoing pandemic.

Imax Partners With Leading Camera Makers to Open Up Its Large-Format Production to More Filmmakers (Exclusive)

Imax has partnered with camera makers ARRI, Panavision, Red and Sony to create a new program to open up its large-format production to more filmmakers. (Exclusive)

The Challenge Facing ‘Dune’

'Dune,' which has a new trailer out, has had something of a great chasing windmills saga in Hollywood.

Europe’s U.S. Travel Ban Won’t Stop International Production (But It Won’t Help)

Europe's U.S. travel ban, which was extended on Wednesday, will affect, but won't stop international productions from shooting in Europe as individual EU countries will make exceptions for filmmakers…