“Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” the comedy from Paramount Pictures, took first place at U.S. and Canadian theaters, toppling “Gravity,” the sci-fi movie that led sales for three weeks.
Ridley Scott’s messy, overheated “The Counselor” may be remembered only for Cameron Diaz’s amazingly limber depiction of car sex.
Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave” is as harrowing as its subject demands. No mainstream movie since “Schindler’s List” has merged worthy sentiment and grueling sadism with such powerfully disturbing sweep.
There’s a Soviet mole in the intelligence service, and Gary Oldman needs to find out who.
The lights hadn’t even come up at the world premiere of “Can a Song Save Your Life?” when Marc Schipper’s BlackBerry began buzzing with messages from distributors clamoring for rights.
Brandon is always on the prowl.
Ripping your screenplay from the news headlines means you have to work fast and stay nimble.
“The Wolverine,” the Marvel superhero film featuring Hugh Jackman, was the top weekend movie in the U.S. and Canadian theaters, with $53.1 million in sales for 21st Century Fox Inc.
The marketing campaign for Ridley Scott’s visually magnificent sci-fi thriller “Prometheus” is all but alien-free.