Cineplex Inc., Canada’s largest movie theater operator, surged to an all-time high after posting record sales and attendance in 2012 with superhero blockbusters such as “Marvel’s The Avengers” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Warner Bros. is canceling some television advertising for “The Dark Knight Rises” following the shooting yesterday that killed at least 12 people in Aurora, Colorado, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
As Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. keep trying to prove who violated each other’s patents, the companies may be motivated to prevent a possible ban on imports of Xboxes and iPhones.
Imax Corp., the pioneer of large- screen cinema, has begun testing a prototype laser-projection system, based on patents licensed from Eastman Kodak Co., that improves picture quality with brighter light.
Time Warner Inc. canceled the Paris premiere for “The Dark Knight Rises,” and New York City deployed police officers to cinemas showing the Batman film after a gunman killed at least 12 people at a Colorado theater.
“The Dark Knight Rises,” the third and last Warner Bros. film with Christian Bale as Batman, may generate as much as $198 million in its opening weekend to become the second-biggest U.S. debut of all time.
Jackie Siegel, the busty, Botoxed trophy wife who steals Lauren Greenfield’s irresistible documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” recalls a family vacation taken after her billionaire husband’s time-share empire went south.