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Shinobu Hashimoto, Screenwriter on Kurosawa’s ‘The Seven Samurai’ and ‘Rashomon,’ Dies at 100

Shinobu Hashimoto, who wrote for some of the most iconic films in Japanese history, including 'The Seven Samurai' and 'Rashomon' from director Akira Kurosawa, has died. He was 100.

Box Office’s Bleak Fall: Why ‘Inferno’ Flamed Out, and Four Other Hard Lessons Learned

Domestic box-office revenue for September and October was down nearly 10 percent from the same period in 2015 after a number of titles — including 'Inferno,' 'Deepwater Horizon,' 'Bridget Jones's…

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Robert Vaughn (‘Gold Star’)

The 83-year-old Oscar nominee and Emmy winner on Natalie Wood and Paul Newman's influence on his career, the unexpected success of the original 'The Magnificent Seven' ("We thought, 'This picture's…

Weekend Box Office: ‘Magnificent Seven’ Gallops to No. 1 With $35M

Animated family offering 'Storks' places No. 2 with a muted $21.8 million debut; 'Queen of Katwe opens at the specialty box office.

Weekend Box Office: ‘Magnificent Seven’ Corralling $35M-Plus Debut

The star-studded movie boasts one of the top openings of all time for a Western; new animated family offering 'Storks' looks to pull in a modest $21 million-$22 million, according to early…

Box-Office Preview: Will ‘Magnificent Seven’ Gallop Past ‘Storks’?

Antoine Fuqua's star-studded remake of the classic 1960 Western 'The Magnificent Seven' made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Toronto: No Festival Pressers for Canadian Films as Local Talent Bypass Global Press Corps

The low-key Canucks are sticking to local press junket interviews, leaving a Bell Lightbox grilling to studio pics like 'The Magnificent Seven' and 'Arrival.'

Toronto: Director Antoine Fuqua Pays Tribute to Late Composer James Horner at ‘Magnificent Seven’ Premiere

Horner died before completing the score for the 1960 classic western remake.

‘The Magnificent Seven’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Antoine Fuqua's Toronto opener stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke in a revisionist take on 1960's 'Magnificent Seven,' about a band of loners who defend a village from an outlaw…

‘Magnificent Seven’ Producer on Why Westerns Aren’t Dead and How Cancer Changed Him

Roger Birnbaum of Pin High Productions opens up about when to walk away from a plum job, his biggest regret and what he learned from former boss Clive Davis.