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box office 2014 summer Summer Box Office 2014: What Went Wrong?Remember last summer, when movie industry insiders as lofty as Steven Spielberg and George Lucas were predicting that it would take only a couple of megaflops to bring Hollywood’s entire blockbuster-driven business model crashing down? Indeed, there were a number of such flops last summer, and yet there were enough big hits offsetting those failures to wind up… Continue reading Summer Box Office 2014: What Went Wrong?

463593399 Cate Blanchett & Amy Adams Went to a Tattoo Parlor After the OscarsKevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Cate Blanchett and Amy Adams celebrated the end of awards season Monday by visiting a Hollywood tattoo… Continue reading Cate Blanchett & Amy Adams Went to a Tattoo Parlor After the Oscars

box%20office%20labor%20day Box Office: How Labor Day Went From Oscar Shortlist to Chart DudParamount

Back in August, “Labor Day” was shaping up to be one of the most eagerly awaited movies of the year-end awards season. Most of that had to do with the film’s classy pedigree, consisting of stars Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, “Up in the Air” director Jason Reitman, and literary source Joyce Maynard, the “To Die For” novelist. Buzz was building… Continue reading Box Office: How 'Labor Day' Went From Oscar Shortlist to Chart Dud

Superman%20Returns%202%20(585%20x%20343) Bryan Singer Reveals What Went Wrong on Superman Returns and Shares His Thoughts on Man of Steel

Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns was not the box office success executives at Warner Bros. hoped it would be, which is why the entire franchise was quickly rebooted with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. However, before that decision was made, Singer had plenty of ideas of what he wanted to do for a Superman sequel – and now the filmmaker has shared some of… Continue reading Bryan Singer Reveals What Went Wrong on 'Superman Returns' and Shares His Thoughts on 'Man of Steel'



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Tragic as Cory Monteith’s death is, the show will go on: Glee will continue, though USA Today reports that its season premiere will be delayed one week, to Sept. 26. It’s not the first television series to deal with the death of a star. Time rounds up nine more:

  • Dallas: As Jim Davis, who played Jock Ewing, was struggling with