IMAX Corporation (NYSE: IMAX) soared to a $12 million debut for Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow,” reaching its highest grossing opening weekend of the pandemic era in 11 markets worldwide, including North America. At the resurgent domestic box office, “Black Widow” broke pandemic-era records for IMAX® across the board — delivering the Company’s biggest opening weekend box office, indexing, and per screen average since March 2020. The film grossed $7.2 million across IMAX screens in North America, earning 9% of the domestic box office and a per screen average of $19,000. Continue reading
The 45th edition calendar gives Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a twist with an all black cast. Continue reading
PARIS, FRANCE (OCTOBER 30, 2017) (REUTERS) – Protesters disrupted the opening of a retrospective of Roman Polanski’s work in Paris on Monday (October 30) following new rape allegations against the French-Polish film director. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS.) – Christopher Nolan’s WW2 drama ‘Dunkirk’ is projected to bring in another $28.3 million to top the North American box office for a second weekend. The film has already earned $50.5 million, according to boxofficemojo.com.
(UNIVERSAL PICTURES) – Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ topped the North American box office for the weekend ending July 23 with the War War Two movie bringing in an estimated $50.5 million in it’s debut, according to boxofficemojo.com.
Scottish writer Irvine Welsh, the author of “Trainspotting”, a grim comedy about young Scottish drug addicts that was a huge hit in the 1990s, sees “bleak dystopia” in the age of Donald Trump and Britain’s Brexit vote.
Flowers are left outside the home where singer George Michael died. Music industry stars, including Michael’s Wham! partner Andrew Ridgeley, take to social media to pay tribute.
Magical prints and permits: the graphic designers who help to bring J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world to life share their experiences
Actor Idris Elba comments on press speculation into celebrities’ private lives at the premiere of new film ‘100 Streets’ in London
Archive footage of James Bowen and his cat from 2012 when the duo had a book deal, now that book has been made into a film.