LOS ANGELES — The “Twilight” finale and “Skyfall” continued to dominate the box office on a typically slow post-Thanksgiving weekend that brought big business for holdover films but a poor start for Brad Pitt’s new crime story.
Sunday studio estimates put “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″ out front for the third-straight weekend with $ 17.4 million domestically.
That raised the domestic total to $ 254.6 million for the vampire… Continue reading 'Killing' Dies; 'Twilight,' 'Skyfall' Remain Top Picks For Fans
LOS ANGELES — “The Avengers” continues to muscle out everything else Hollywood throws at it, easily sinking naval rival “Battleship” and other new releases.
With $ 55.1 million domestically, Disney’s superhero sensation remained No. 1 for a third-straight weekend and took in more than the three big newcomers combined. Overseas, “The Avengers” added an additional $ 56 million.
The film is approaching the $ 1.2 billion mark worldwide, totaling $ 457.1 million… Continue reading 'Avengers' Sinks 'Battleship' To Remain No. 1
Luke Perry says having his former “90210″ co-star Jason Priestley direct his new TV film wasn’t exactly a reunion because they stayed close friends … Continue reading Luke Perry: '90210' guys remain close friends
Gary Coleman is keeping his address on Avenue Q. The off-Broadway play that features a character based on the former Diff’rent Strokes actor is planning to keep that character, despite the troubled star’s death of a brain hemorrhage in Utah last Friday.Avenue Q, which features both humans and puppets, is a show about twentysomethings living [...] Continue reading Gary Coleman “Avenue Q” Character Will Remain Part Of Cast
TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto, long a movie stand-in for New York, has led Ontario to an impressive rebound in the cutthroat film and television sector, but a strong Canadian dollar could dull the region’s competitive edge. The industry spent nearly C$1 billion ($970 million) in Ontario last year, up 41 percent from 2008 and the highest level since 2002 … Continue reading Ontario film, TV production soar but risks remain