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Summer Movies Preview

Brad Pitt’s ‘World War Z’ to Screen in Imax in Hong Kong, Australia

The giant screen exhibitor has digitally remastered the zombie action thriller into its 3D format for a June 20 release overseas.

‘Man of Steel’: Film Review

Zack Snyder's Superman reboot stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe.

Universal, Jason Blum Throw ‘Purge’ Sequel Into Development

The original scared up $34 million on its opening weekend.

Monsters University: Film Review

Billy Crystal and John Goodman return in Disney/Pixar's prequel to 2001's "Monsters, Inc."

Produced By: Jerry Bruckheimer Still Wants ‘Top Gun’ Sequel

The prolific producer also says he hopes his forthcoming "The Lone Ranger" will "continue as a sequel."

Box Office Shocker: ‘The Purge’ Tops Weekend With $36.4 Million

UPDATED: Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's Google comedy "The Internship" opens to a disappointing $18.1 million, the lowest debut for a Shawn Levy film in a decade.

‘Man of Steel’ TV Spot: ‘You Might Want to Step Back’ (Video)

Superman punches a bad guy through a building and advises Lois Lane to keep clear before his takeoff.

‘The Internship’: What the Critics Are Saying

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson attempt to re-create their "Wedding Crashers" magic -- but critics seem largely unimpressed.

Box Office Report: Friday Returns Show ‘The Purge’ Beating ‘The Internship’

The microbudgeted thriller could cross $30 million in its domestic debut; Shawn Levy's Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy may only come in at $17 million.

Brad Pitt Surprises Fans at Four ‘World War Z’ Screenings in One Day

The actor-producer has been promoting his zombie apocalypse thriller all over the country ahead of its June 21 domestic bow.

Box Office Report: ‘Purge’ Scares Up $3.4 Million Thursday Night

UPDATED: Universal and Jason Blum's microbudgeted thriller easily beat Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy "The Internship," which took in $800,000.

From ‘Iron Man 3’ to ‘Hangover III’: The Profit Breakdown of May’s Blockbusters

With worldwide marketing now costing as much as $175 million per film (gulp), THR sources reveal how box office, home entertainment and TV will contribute to each studio's bottom line.