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‘Godzilla’ Goes Big for $93M Opening

It was a huge weekend for Godzilla, as the most-recent re-imagining of the classic Japanese monster franchise scored the year’s biggest debut to date with a whopping $93 million ... Continue Reading →
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‘Spidey 2′ Swings to Amazing Opening

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 dominated the weekend box office business, taking in an estimated $92 million in domestic ticket sales. The Sony/Columbia sequel to the 2012 reboot of the franchise ... Continue Reading →
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Exclusive: Animating ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings into theaters this weekend ... Continue Reading →
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‘Cap’ Retains B.O. Crown; ‘Rio 2′ Holds Second

The top spots at the box office saw a repeat of last weekend’s finish with this year’s Easter weekend moviegoers. That means Marvel Studios’ Captain America: The Winter ... Continue Reading →
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Meet the Shiny Future of Law Enforcement

VFX supe Jamie ... Continue Reading →
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Joe Wright to Direct Warner’s Peter Pan Movie

Just when you thought you had seen every possible variation on J.M. Barrie’s classic Peter Pan story, we find out that there are more adaptations in the works. The Hollywood Reporter ... Continue Reading →
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‘Wolverine’ Claws His Way to No. 1 Spot

Thanks to Hugh Jackman’s star power and the continued popularity of The X-Men, Fox’s The Wolverine made it to the No. 1 spot at the U.S. box office this weekend. The pic, ... Continue Reading →
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‘Man of Steel’ Expected to Soar at the Box Office

Make way for the Man of Steel. Warner Bros.’ long-awaited reboot of the venerable Superman franchise from DC Comics is expected to triumph easily at the box office this weekend. ... Continue Reading →
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Columbia Picks Columbus to Direct ‘Pixels’ Pic

Director Chris Columbus (Home Alone, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) is being courted by Columbia and Happy Madison productions to direct a feature adaptation of Patrick Jean’s ... Continue Reading →
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D23 Fanniversary: A Toon Lover’s Impressions

As I sat in my seat at the Newark Museum auditorium, I realized that I was spending an afternoon ogling lost Ferdinand Horvath sketches from the ’30s and also singing along with ... Continue Reading →