The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Sets Record Imax Per-Screen Average in U.S.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire brought in an estimated $18 million in Imax theaters worldwide, including $12.6 million in the U.S., marking the best three-day domestic opening in November for the giant-screen exhibitor.
Marketing Tactics for Hunger Games: Catching Fire Would Make Panem’s Capitol Proud
These campaigns are, in a “real world” where film companies have to build campaigns to get people to see movies, actually quite brilliant.
Visual Effects Artists to Protest Obama’s DreamWorks Animation Visit
As President Obama visits DreamWorks Animation’s Glendale campus on Tuesday, visual effects artists, frustrated by the outsourcing of jobs to foreign countries that offer generous subsidies, are planning a rally outside the DreamWorks Animation campus in Glendale.
The Weinstein Company, Seeking Hits, Shifts to TV
As Oscar season approaches fever pitch, Harvey Weinstein, master of the movie awards game, is talking about ... television.
Spike Lee Says the Studio Cut His One-Shot Hammer Scene in Oldboy
Spike Lee's Oldboy arrives on Wednesday, but despite critics having already sat down with the movie, you won't find any reviews just yet.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Scores $25.2 Million in Late Night Screenings
That number bests the $19.7 million earned by the original in 2012 by a cool 25%.
New Motorcade Footage Could Challenge Lone-Gunman Theory in JFK Assassination
In a development that could shed new light on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a Hollywood movie producer is shopping new, long-hidden footage of JFK’s Dallas motorcade which the producer believes may support the theory that Lee Harvey Oswald didn’t act alone.
Meet the Virtual Headset That Uses Your Eye As a Screen
You’ve been told from a young age never to look into the stark light of the sun, but stare into a lower-power version of an LED light with all the right colors, and you might actually watch a movie some day.
Happy (The World’s First 24-Hour Music Video)
Concept and direction by We Are from L.A.; director of photography: Alexis Zabe.