To say Universal Pictures is on a roll is an understatement. With Jurassic World already having pounded away at most box office records, the dinosaurs are handing this weekend off to the minions. Already released overseas, the little critters have logged in over $125M in 26 markets and was No. Show More Summary
A Chinese domestic film finally knocked "Jurassic World" off the top of mainland China's box office last week, as competition from the Universal Pictures film began to wane after 26 days in theaters in China.
(Image: Universal Pictures) In 1959, struggling writer Frank Herbert journeyed to the sand dunes of Oregon to research a story about a government plan to stabilize those ever-shifting sands. The experience dug into him and grew. It became the groundbreaking 1965 science fiction novel Dune. Show More Summary
With all the carefully managed hype of an Apple product launch, Universal Pictures has unveiled the latest trailer for "Steve Jobs," offering a clearer look at Michael Fassbender in action as the late Apple co-founder than the coy teaser back in May.
Universal Pictures unveils the official trailer for Steve Jobs, which hits theaters October 9, 2015. Michael Fassbender takes on the title role, joining an impressive cast that includes Kate Winslet and Seth Rogen. The official synopsis...Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has unveiled the official trailer for the Steve Jobs biopic. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the video embedded above “offers glimpses of Jobs’ abrasive management style and singular vision.” The cast includes Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, and Seth Rogen. Danny Boyle, an Oscar-winning filmmaker, served as the director. Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has released the first full trailer for Danny Boyle’s drama-filled Steve Jobs, and it looks like one intense ride. Written by Aaron Sorkin, the film is based on Walter Isaacson’s best-selling biography of the Apple founder. The cast looks top-notch, and you can feel how compelling the story is from the brief glimpses […]
Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for Steve Jobs, the biopic about the late Apple cofounder starring Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs and Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak. The new trailer features Jobs at odds with Wozniak and the Apple board. The film will be released in theaters on October 9, 2015. photo via […]
It’s one of the most-anticipated films of the fall season and “Steve Jobs” just got a brand new trailer to begin building the hype. Ahead of the October 9th release date, Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures unveiled the preview...Show More Summary
"What do you do?" Steve Wozniak gets the first words in the first trailer for Universal Pictures' Steve Jobs — but as usual, Jobs gets all the glory. SEE ALSO: Apple Watch review: The best smartwatch on the planet Wozniak wonders, like...Show More Summary
The full two-and-a-half-minute trailer for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic was released by Universal Pictures on Wednesday, giving a closer look at how the film will feature high-stakes drama from the Apple co-founder's personal and professional lives.
Universal Pictures has released a new official trailer for their upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. Originally produced by Sony, the film is directed by Danny Boyle, written by Aaron Sorkin, and stars Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs. Set backstage...Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has released the official trailer for "Steve Jobs" starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Katherine Waterston, and Michael Stuhlbarg. Set backstage at three iconic product launches and...Show More Summary
It was at this point that Universal Pictures started looking into hiring a really good sniper... "OVER MY DEAD BODY!" That's basically what directed Robert Zemeckis said in a recent interview when asked if his classic Back To The Future movies would ever get remade. Show More Summary
The Universal Pictures sequel crossed the $500 million mark in its third weekend of North American release, faster than any other film in history.
Rentrak.com revealed the box office numbers for this past weekend with the winner going to Universal Pictures' "Jurassic World" yet again claiming the number one spot for a third week in a row internationally and domestically. The "Jurassic Park" sequel grossed $136.7 million at the international box office and $54.2 million at the U.S. Show More Summary
Another day, wildly volatile overnight trading session in China that bled into U.S.-focused China exchange-traded funds. Universal Pictures/Everett Collection Hold on to you butts. China A-shares ETFs are on pace for record one-day declines (though they’ve only been on the market for about 19 months). Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 7.4%, as hundreds of single stocks [...]
Universal Pictures has released the full trailer, new photos and poster for "Legend" the true story of the rise and fall of the Kray twins, London’s most notorious gangsters. The film stars Tom Hardy, Emily Browning, Christopher Eccleston, Taron Egerton, Tara Fitzgerald, Chazz Palminteri and David Thewlis. Show More Summary
When James Horner was working on "Field of Dreams," the 1989 baseball classic starring Kevin Costner, lawyers for Universal Pictures called the composer asking him to send in the film's music.
While Disney had a solid opening weekend for its Pixar film Inside Out, Universal Pictures has solidified its hold on first place in the 2015 Domestic Box Office Market Share race, thanks to another strong weekend from Jurassic World, the film that allowed it to leapfrog over both Disney and Warner Bros for top spot. Show More Summary