DNAinfo Chicago reports: Why are so many police dashcam videos silent? Chicago Police Department officers stashed microphones in their squad car glove boxes. They pulled out batteries. Microphone antennas got busted or went missing. And sometimes, dashcam systems didn’t have any microphones at all, DNAinfo Chicago has learned. Show More Summary
The Friday report for the older releases...
The Friday box office report for the three new releases that weren't 'Sully'.
A Broadway hit that’s “the 12th-longest running show in Broadway history” – with a worldwide box office gross of “more than $2 billion in ticket sales,” will close come January, reports Jeremy Gerard at Deadline.com. It is estimated that 24...
Talking animals get an A, but poor marks go to new reboots.
If you’ve paid any attention to box office reports this summer, you’ve probably picked up more than a slight whiff of panic – at top volume, right there in the headlines. “Hollywood’s on Red Alert,” blares The Hollywood Reporter. “Box Office Meltdown,” roars Variety. “Rising Box Office Masks Glut of Big-Budget Film Flops,” notes The […]
With Labor Day upon us, it’s time to shut the door on the 2016 summer movie season. Though there were some major hits that helped the North American box office rake in $4.5 billion (according to comScore, via The Hollywood Reporter),...Show More Summary
The new indie thriller Don't Breathe exceeded all expectations at the box office this weekend, landing at No. 1 with $26.1 million, Box Office Mojo reports. Suicide Squad, meanwhile, dropped to second place with $12.1 million in its fourth week in theaters. Fall TV Preview: See what's ahead on your... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Suicide Squad
On its debut weekend, horror film Don’t Breathe was placed No. 1 at the box office in North America. In the process, it dethroned Suicide Squad from its first place position. Don’t Breathe, produced by Sony’s Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films, made $26.1 million in ticket sales from 3,501 theatres, well surpassing its meager... Show More Summary
And here is the Friday box office report for the older movies that aren't 'Suicide Squad.'
Just six years after the remake of Nightmare on Elm Street that flopped at the box office, New Line Cinema has reported another remake is in the works. But if horror fans have their way, they might consider a big Hollywood star to take on the role of evil madman, Freddy Krueger. Show More Summary
A slowing of its fortunes in the past few months isn’t expected to stop Chinese box office from overtaking the U.S. in 2017 for the first time. That’s according to new data compiled by Bloomberg. Middle Kingdom moviehouses are on track to rake in $10.4B in 2017, versus an estimated $10.2B for the U.S. Show More Summary
The hit CG-animated movie opened to a strong $33m box office this weekend, but claims emerged that costs were kept low by firing people who refused to work without pay and that many animators were omitted from the film's credits in retaliation for leaving. The production cost were kept low because Greg would demand people work overtime for free. Show More Summary
Who ya gonna call? Not the "Ghostbusters" again, apparently. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 2016 reboot of the franchise is unlikely to get a sequel due to "tepid box office." Though Sony had initially said "there was no doubt... Show More Summary
After the disappointing box office performance of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," many DC fans wondered if that meant that Superman wouldn't be getting another standalone film. But according to a new report, a sequel to "Man of...Show More Summary
As per the Hollywood Reporter, a sequel to Paul Feig’s pricey Ghostbusters reboot is now considered unlikely despite earlier reports to the contrary. The film, which opened to unspectacular box office numbers and middling critical response in early July, is expected to incur a loss of over $70 million—though Sony Pictures disputes the figure. Show More Summary
You can lead an audience to a vortex to the underworld, but you can't make them watch. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ghostbusters’ current global box office is $180 million and, while it has yet to open in France, Japan, and Mexico, will likely struggle to get to $225 million. ... More »
Despite multiple warning signs, enough people still flocked to movie theaters this weekend to see Suicide Squad that the movie broke the August box office record, once again sending Warner Brothers the message that people really want...Show More Summary
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Charles Martin has said that police officers helped to save his life after he was shot in the arm in Los Angeles. As reported by TMZ Sports, the incident reportedly occurred on Tuesday “when two...Show More Summary
A new report claims that there were competing cuts of Suicide Squad, with studio anxiety high after Batman V Superman underperformed at the box office.