Sloshing through rank, rat-infested sewers below Nazi-occupied Poland, Agnieszka Holland’s wrenching “In Darkness” is a Holocaust film with a setting like no other.
After boozing all night, best friends Dave and Mitch stop by an Atlanta wishing fountain and bemoan their lives.
Anthony Hopkins wears a lot of white and cream-colored outfits in Woody Allen ’s “ You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger .” They don’t symbolize purity.
“The Conjuring,” a demonic possession tale from Time Warner Inc.’s New Line Cinema, opened as the top film in the U.S. and Canadian theaters over the weekend, collecting $41.9 million in ticket sales.
Bloomberg’s Sara Eisen reports on the listing for Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds’ Los Angeles home. (Source: Bloomberg)
Warner Bros., releasing its seventh “ Harry Potter ” movie tonight, faces a task even a wizard would find daunting: replacing a series that will have rung up $7.5 billion in ticket sales by the time it ends next summer.
Jack Sparrow and Harry Potter in 3-D may lead to record movie-ticket sales for Hollywood studios and reverse last year’s 5.2 percent drop in attendance at the domestic box office.
“Safe House,” from Comcast Corp.’s Universal Pictures, jumped to the top spot in the movie rankings this past weekend, taking in $24 million in ticket sales in U.S. and Canadian theaters.
“G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” a sequel to the 2009 film about elite U.S. commandos, opened in first place in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $40.5 million for Viacom Inc.’s Paramount Pictures.