Here's what you missed this weekend in sports.
“Frozen,” Walt Disney Co.’s animated movie about two princesses in an icy world, returned to the top spot in ticket sales in its seventh weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters.
Walt Disney Co.’s “Frozen” is poised to reclaim the top spot in ticket sales in its seventh weekend in theaters, a rare event in a business where hit films lose their first-place rankings after a couple of weeks.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, chief executive officer of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., said he still solicits feedback on movies from director and business partner Steven Spielberg.
“The Lion King,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D re-release of its 1994 animated hit, opened as the top film in U.S. and Canadian theaters with $30.2 million in ticket sales.
Walt Disney Co., which generated more than $79 million in U.S. theaters after converting “The Lion King” to 3-D, will re-release four other animated features in the format.
“The Lion King,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D re-release of its 1994 animated hit, was the top film in U.S. and Canadian theaters for a second weekend with $21.9 million in ticket sales.
A Singapore-based contractor accused of bribing U.S. Navy commanders with cash and prostitutes must be held without bail because of the risk he might try to flee if released, a federal judge said.
Julie Taymor’s billowy, acrobatic staging of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” inaugurates Theatre for a New Audience’s brand new home across from the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
A third U.S. Navy official was charged with receiving bribes, including cash and prostitutes, from a Singapore-based contractor who provides port services for American ships in Southeast Asia.