Time Warner Inc.’s “Man of Steel,” the grim reboot of the Superman movies, took in $116.6 million in weekend ticket sales, the year’s second-best opening behind Walt Disney Co.’s “Iron Man 3.”
“Dirty Wars” bristles at the extralegal, ever-expanding war on terror.
Mark and Jay Duplass have put their idiosyncratic, indie stamp on their first Hollywood film.
Michael Lewis’s “Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World” begins with Kyle Bass, a Texas hedge fund manager who’s buying guns and gold bricks.
Baseball, which you may remember wrapped up its season this week, is the Chosen People’s Chosen Sport.
“21 Jump Street,” a film spoof of the 1980s TV series that starred Johnny Depp, led the U.S. and Canadian box office this past weekend, generating $36.3 million in ticket sales for Sony Corp.’s Columbia Pictures.
The world premiere of “Crazy, Stupid, Love” last night featured free popcorn, bottled water and some eye-catching outfits.
The romantic comedy “New Year’s Eve” opened as the top movie at U.S. and Canadian theaters, collecting $13.7 million in ticket sales for Warner Bros.
Brad Pitt smiled when asked if baseball executive Billy Beane’s strategy of signing undervalued talent to cheap contracts could work in Hollywood.
Johnny Depp’s star-making teen cop show from the 1980s gets just the love it deserves in the big- screen “21 Jump Street.”