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Box Office: 'Deadpool' Could Be The First R-Rated Comic Book Superhero Blockbuster

'Deadpool' image courtesy of 20th Century Fox Opening tonight at 7:00 pm, Ryan Reynolds'sDeadpoolmay be something of a ground-breaker. No, it's not the first R-rated comic book movie, or the first R-rated superhero movie. But if it lives up to pre-release tracking and hype, and it delivers on the alleged $55-$70millionfour-day [...]

Quantum Break: games meet TV in the year's most experimental blockbuster

Part narrative adventure, part science fiction TV series, the latest game from Max Payne creator Remedy Entertainment shows us a new era of entertainment Quantum Break is about what happens when three young dudes get together and, for old time’s sake, bring about the collapse of the space-time continuum. Show More Summary

MOVIE LEGENDS REVEALED: Was Vicki Vale Originally Going to Die in 1989's "Batman"?

Discover whether Batman's love interest Vicki Vale was originally going to be killed by the Joker in Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster.

Kat Martin and Rebecca Zanetti Launch Two New Blockbuster Romance Series

Authors Kat Martin and Rebecca Zanetti are both launching new series this month. Here, Zanetti and Martin talk together about their new books, "Mercury Striking" and "Into the Fury", alpha heroes, the end of the world, and much, much more.

WrestleMania 32 Rumors: The Rock Appearing At Blockbuster Event; Possible Opponent For The Undertaker Suggested

One of the World Wrestling Entertainment's most admired superstars The Rock is rumored to be appearing on the company's biggest annual event, WrestleMania.

Finding Dory is Tougher Than You Think in These New Pixar Posters

Disney has released four new posters for the long-awaited sequel to the beloved 2003 blockbuster "Finding Nemo."

Nine years ago, the Lakers tried to trade Kobe Bryant for LeBron James

Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak called the Cavaliers in 2007 to see if there were interested in a blockbuster deal surrounding the two biggest stars in the game at the time. Cleveland declined. In the eight-plus seasons LeBron James has spent...Show More Summary

Adele announces surprise Los Angeles show at the Wiltern on Friday

In advance of her Monday night performance as part of the Grammy Awards telecast, superstar pop singer Adele has announced a surprise show at the Wiltern for Friday. The performance will be her first since she released her blockbuster new album, 25, and will precede Adele's sold-out headlining...

'Frozen' musical will let it go on Broadway in 2018

Frozen fans (and their parents), don't expect to 'let it go' any time soon. The Disney blockbuster is officially getting the Broadway treatment and hitting the stage in 2018. See also: Channing Tatum went full Elsa for 'Frozen' cover Film...Show More Summary

‘Independence Day: Resurgence’: Bill Pullman & Sela Ward Plan ‘Karate Presidents’ Spin-Off [Interview]

Easily one of the most iconic parts of 1996’s blockbuster Independence Day is the speech Bill Pullman gives as President Whitmore before humanity makes their last stand across the globe. But we might not get the same kind of moment in Independence Day: Resurgence since President Whitmore is no longer the sitting president. Show More Summary

Will Smith ‘Definitely’ Making ‘Bad Boys 3’ With Martin Lawrence, Planning 2016 World Tour With Jazzy Jeff

Will Smith dropped some great news for fans of the Bad Boys movie franchise during an interview with BBC Radio 1. Smith was on hand talking about his current blockbuster Concussion and the upcoming Suicide Squad when the host, A. Dot, asked Will whether or not we could expect Bad Boys 3 to become a... Show More Summary

M&A Flashback: Sumner Redstone Cuts Viacom’s Losses On Blockbuster

Blockbuster was a losing bet for media mogul Sumner Redstone, but at least the billionaire cut bait before the video chain went over the edge.

Why 'Monster Hunt,' China's biggest movie, couldn't crack the U.S. market

The family blockbuster "Monster Hunt" was the biggest movie ever in China with $381 million in theater ticket sales, but what arrived with a splash in its home country barely made a ripple in the U.S. Independent distribution company FilmRise, which acquired the U.S. rights to the movie, hoped...

ESPN casts shadow over Disney’s Star Wars success

Walt Disney’s ESPN sports network posts a decline in quarterly profit, overshadowing the blockbuster success of the new Star Wars film. ||| Los Angeles - Walt Disney’s ESPN sports network posted a decline in quarterly profit, overshadowing...Show More Summary

Johnny Depp will disappear into 'Invisible Man' role for Universal

LOS ANGELES — Now you see him, soon you won't. Johnny Depp, who stumbled his way into a $5 billion global movie blockbuster franchise based on a musty old Disneyland ride, has agreed to join Universal Pictures' monster-movie reincarnation...Show More Summary

Walt Disney Co. theme parks saw record attendance

The force is strong with Disney. The blockbuster "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" was largely responsible for Walt Disney Co.'s record profit for the first fiscal quarter, but Disney executives also credited the space opera for the record attendance at the company's domestic parks. The Burbank media...

Disney Theatricals Sets Broadway Timeline For Fresh ‘Frozen’ Musical In 2018

Disney Theatrical Productions chief Thomas Schumacher made it official today: Frozen, the musical based on the Mouse’s blockbuster, Oscar-winning animated film from 2014, will come to Broadway in the spring of 2018 at a theater to be announced. Show More Summary

"Star Wars" lends force to Disney's revenue

(Reuters) - Media company Walt Disney Co reported a 13.8 percent jump in quarterly revenue, driven by the blockbuster release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". Revenue rose to $15.24 billion in the first quarter ended Jan. 2 from $13.39 billion a year earlier, the company said on Tuesday. Show More Summary

What the Internet of Things and Big Data Mean for Car Safety: An Interview with Neil Cawse

Technology and data have transformed many industries--and obliterated others. (Been to a Blockbuster Video lately? Bought a BlackBerry in the last five years?) It's no overstatement to say that a great deal of change is on the horizon, even in traditional areas. Show More Summary

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