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We look at some of the categories that might throw a wrench into your Oscar pool if things don’t go as some are expecting.
The spy thriller based on Jason Matthews’ novel is aiming for a sub-$20 million weekend, while Bruce Willis’ Death Wish remake will have to settle for third place.
Based on J.M. Ledgard’s novel, the actors play people from different avenues of life who meet on a French beach and begin a tumultuous romance that may not be able to withstand the rigors of their respective lifestyles.
The new film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Spring) in which the filmmakers play brothers who return to the cult campground from which they escaped years prior.
The long-in-development dark action-thriller reboot might finally see the light of day with Corin Hardy directing Jason Momoa and Andrea Riseborough and Forest Whitaker once attached.
Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are producing the vigilante superhero movie with a plot that’s being kept under wraps.
The comedy, which premieres at the SXSW Film Festival next week, will be available On Demand and on Digital HD May 1 through the newly-minted Studio L.
Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, Candice Burgen and Mary Steenburgen star in the rom-com that will try to give Deadpool a run for its money on May 18.
The two new releases will have to settle for second and third place as the Marvel Studios blockbuster holds its own against any and all competition.
The brave military hero rescued hundreds of men and women from the battlefront in Afghanistan, for which she was awarded the Purple Heart. She also fought against the barring of women from the combat zone.
The sequel to Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Wreck-It Ralph hits theaters on Thanksgiving weekend, but Disney has released a very early teaser for the animated comedy featuring the voices of John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman.
The director of the last three Hunger Games movies tackles Jason Matthew’s novel about Russian espionage.
The female-led original sci-fi thriller Naked is the Best Disguise is set in the near future, which is also when Studio 8 wants to start production.
The original writer of the New Line comedy talks to the Tracking Board about first getting work in Hollywood and developing Game Night from its inception.
The Narcos star will write and exec. produce the action-thriller based on his own original sci-fi concept.
Directed by Robert Smigel from a script co-written with Sandler, the comedy co-stars Rachel Dratch and Steve Buscemi, and it will be released on Netflix on April 27.
Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy (Split) star in the directorial debut from the New York playwright which premiered at Sundance in 2017.
The WGA West picked nine applicants for its 2018 TV Writer Access Project for writers in underrepresented groups, while Disney/ABC picked ten applicants for its program.
Based on Ray Bradbury’s award-winning novel, previously adapted into the 1966 film by François Truffaut, the HBO TV-movie will debut in the springtime.
The 2013 New York Times best-seller by Casey Sherman is about notorious New England hitman Joe “The Animal” Barbozza and how he became the first gangster put into the Witness Protection Program.
The record-setting blockbuster grossed $112 million in its sophomore frame, the second largest second weekend after Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Many films that premiered at Sundance have already been picked up for distribution yet a half dozen films that impressed us haven’t even gotten a bite yet.
Many of this year’s acting nominees have had long and full careers before this year’s nominations. Not all their early choices were particularly sound, but some of this year’s nominees have been paying their dues for decades.
We crunch the numbers on the amazing box office showing by Marvel Studios’ latest superhero movie to see if it can become one of the biggest domestic releases ever.
With an estimated $28.9 million on Friday, Black Panther could gross more than $100 million over the weekend, while Game Night and Annihliation are underperforming.
The new sci-fi noir film by the director of Moon is set in the same world as his groundbreaking debut. It stars Alexander Skarsgard, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux.