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Fifty Shades Of Grey Director Officially Splits From Fifty Shades Darker

We recently reported that despite the fact that Fifty Shades of Grey had earned gobs of money at the international box office (tallying $558 million worldwide), there had been no real conversation regarding an adaptation of E.L. James' second novel, Fifty Shades Darker. Show More Summary

Here’s How Much Cultural Tourists Impact London’s Economy

“The report comes after the latest figures from the Society of London Theatre reported an 11th consecutive year of growth among West End theatre box office takings, measuring gross sales of more than £623 million in 2014. Similarly, attendances for the 53 theatres in full SOLT membership grew to 14.7 million in 2014, a 1% […]

2014 Was A Very Rough Year For Women In Film

It was reported a while ago that 2014 was a pretty rough year at the box office - with ticket sales coming in at a 20 year low - but as it turns out, the negatives sadly don't stop there. New statistics have been calculated, and according...Show More Summary

‘Danny Collins’ Singing With Weekend’s Best Specialty Box-Office Debut

This weekend’s Specialty Box Office did not follow the form set last week, which had been dominated by It Follows. Of the several openers reporting Sunday, the best per-theater numbers came from Danny Collins, a music-minded pic starring...Show More Summary

Studio Profitability Report: Who's Up and Who's Down

'Frozen' fever and Marvel moolah helped deliver $1.7 billion in 2014 as Disney topples Warner Bros., Paramount increases box office and Sony stumbles on 'Spider-Man' in THR's annual breakdown of money at the major studios. read more

Radius to give It Follows a wide release, will not arrive on VOD this month

Yesterday we brought you the news that David Robert Mitchell's IT FOLLOWS would be hitting VOD as previously reported, even after the film scored some decent box office in a very limited release. It had seemed that distributor RADiUS...Show More Summary

‘Cinderella’ 2015 Box Office Expected To Be Huge

Cinderella 2015 box office numbers already predict success for Disney. The new 2015 version of Cinderella makes its wide release in theaters on March 13 and is predicted to be the big box office winner for the weekend. A report fromShow More Summary

Record Global Movie Box Office In 2014 Fueled By Huge Surge In China

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“Global box-office revenue climbed to $36.4 billion, according to an annual report Wednesday from the Motion Picture Assn. of America. And much of the growth came from one country: China. The world’s most populous nation saw its box-office revenue jump 34% to a staggering $4.8 billion last year, making it the first foreign market to […]

'50 Shades of Grey' Sequels: Does Ana or Christian Matter More?

Post by Michele Zipp. Given that Fifty Shades of Grey was a financial success at the box office, it seems fitting that the stars are going to ask for more money for the sequel. Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan were reportedly each paid $250,000 for their performances. Show More Summary

Dakota Johnson Seeks Raise: ‘Fifty Shades’ Stars Want More Money For Sequel

The success of Fifty Shades of Grey has given stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan negotiating power. The actors were reportedly paid $250,000 each for the film, but with a box office gross of $528 million to date, they are asking for a sharp increase for the sequels. Show More Summary

MPAA Report: China Propelled 1% Global BO Growth To $36.4B In 2014

Global box office sales hit $36.4 billion in 2014, a 1% increase,  with $4.8 billion coming from China — making it the first global market to exceed $4 billion — the MPAA says today in its latest annual state-of-the-industry report.Show More Summary

Channing Tatum's US box-office bomb 'Jupiter Ascending' is making a lot of money overseas

In February, Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis' long-delayed sci-fi romantic action thriller "Jupiter Ascending" bombed at the box office. The reported $175 million Warner Bros.' movie debuted to $19 million. It was the latest bomb at theaters...Show More Summary

Dakota Johnson & Jamie Dornan Seeking Seven Figures for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Sequel - Report

After the major box office success of Fifty Shades of Grey, stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan are looking for a pay raise for the sequels. According to THR, the 25-year-old actress and 32-year-old actor received $250,000 each (plus box-office bonuses) to star in the first film based on EL James‘ trilogy of novels. They [...]

Newswire: America prefers Bradley Cooper to Jennifer Lawrence, at least at the box office

Variety reports that American Sniper has overtaken The Hunger Games: Mockingjay— Part 1 to become the highest-grossing domestic release of 2014, settling, at least temporarily, the question of who has more cultural pull: Fox News aficionados or their teenage progeny. Show More Summary

Box Office: American Sniper Is Officially the Biggest Movie of 2014

On what was the slowest weekend at the box office so far this year, American Sniper officially became the highest-grossing film of 2014, Box Office Mojo reports. Sniper dropped out of the Top 10, landing in 11th place in its 11th weekend in theaters, but its $4.5 million weekend gross brought it up... Read More > Other Links From American Sniper Chappie

American Sniper Tops The Hunger Games As 2014 Box Office Champ

You may remember back in late January when we reported that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 had taken over the top spot as Hollywood's biggest domestic hit of 2014. At that time, we were fairly certain that the numbers wouldn't...Show More Summary

'Independence Day 2' News: Summer 2016 Release Date and Casting Details

With the sequel to the classic 1996 sci-fi disaster box office success, "Independence Day" hitting theaters in the middle of 2016, reports have emerged on the upcoming movie's new and returning cast.

Box Office: Will Smith's Focus Takes the Top Spot

Though it wasn't exactly a blockbuster, Will Smith's Focus easily took first place at the box office this weekend, earning a respectable $19.1 million in its debut, Box Office Mojo reports. Kingsman: The Secret Service and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water held steady at Nos. 2 and 3, earning... Read More > Other Links From Fifty Shades Of Grey Will Smith

Will Smith’s ‘Focus’ Bows To $19.1M; ‘Lazarus Effect’ Rings Up $10.6M – First Sunday Update

First Update Sunday, 9AM: Warner Bros.’ Will Smith feature Focus was No. 1 as expected at the weekend box office, but the R-rated film came in just below its low $20Ms expectations with a studio reported $19.1M for the weekend.  Focus opened to $6.47M on Friday, and then saw an 18% bump on Saturday with $7.655M. Show More Summary

Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study

Hollywood's racial and gender diversity is increasing. But it's not increasing quickly enough, says Darnell Hunt, lead author of the second annual Hollywood Diversity Report by UCLA's Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, set for release Feb. 25.

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