Tag Archives: Cinema of the United States

28Jun/21

IMAX Races to Top Domestic Opening of Pandemic Era With $5.5 Million Debut of “F9”

IMAX (NYSE: IMAX) continued to set the pace for summer blockbuster season as it delivered a $5.5 million domestic opening for Universal’s “F9” — driving IMAX to its biggest weekend at the domestic box office of the pandemic era. The latest “Fast and Furious” epic debuted on 378 IMAX screens in the United States and select theaters in Canada, capturing 7.8% of total domestic box office. Globally, the film was preceded by an IMAX-exclusive preview of Universal’s “Jurassic World: Dominion,” set for theaters in summer 2022. Continue reading

10Jun/21

UNIVERSAL PICTURES AND AMBLIN ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCE SPECIAL EXTENDED PREVIEW OF ‘JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION’

Next summer, dinosaurs will rule the Earth. This summer, F9 will rule movie theaters around the Earth. So, to thank fans worldwide for their passion for two of Universal Pictures’ most beloved franchises, Universal and Amblin Entertainment announced today that beginning June 25, every IMAX® screening of F9 will feature a Special Extended Preview of Jurassic World: Dominion, co-written and directed by returning filmmaker Colin Trevorrow, who also executive produced the film with franchise creator Steven Spielberg. Continue reading

24Feb/21

Zambian Inspired “The Struggle” Film Coming to Netflix

– AKende Munalula an international Zambian Hollywood based actor on “The Struggle “film.

” Djimon Hounsou will help the world to see us”

Lusaka, 24th February 2021 /The Struggle/ — When I decided to be an actor, I chose to do it in Hollywood because I believed that we deserve to be seen on the biggest stage in the world. I arrived in Hollywood with the pride of knowing that I was standing on the shoulders of giants such as our first President, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, who had shown the world through the struggle for independence, that we are equal to all men and women everywhere, and that our voice matters in the global conversation. Continue reading

06Nov/17

Awards season kicks off in Hollywood

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 05, 2017) (UNRESTRICTED POOL) –

Awards season kicked off in Hollywood with the 21st annual Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills on Sunday (November 5).
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23Oct/17

George Clooney raises a solution to Hollywood abuse scandals

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 22, 2017) (REUTERS) – George Clooney turned out to launch the latest film he directed “Suburbicon” in Los Angeles on Sunday (October 22) amid an ongoing issue in Hollywood about sexual harassment of women. Continue reading

22Oct/17

Tyler Perry’s ‘Boo 2!’ ‘ scares away competitors at the box office

(LIONSGATE) – “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” scored the top spot at the North American weekend box office over the weekend (October 20-22).
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14Oct/17

Motion Picture Academy expels movie mogul Harvey Weinstein

INTERNET (OCTOBER 14, 2017) (AMPAS) – The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences expelled producer Harvey Weinstein on Saturday (October 14), after allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women over the past three decades. Continue reading

09Oct/17

Weinstein Co board ousts Harvey Weinstein after harassment allegations

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (UNRESTRICTED POOL) – The Weinstein Co has fired co-Chairman Harvey Weinstein, effective immediately, following reports of sexual harassment allegations against the executive, who was one of Hollywood’s biggest power brokers, the film production company said on Sunday (October 8). Continue reading

08Oct/17

‘Blade Runner’ win top spot but falls short of expectations

(WARNER BROS PICTURES) – “Blade Runner 2049” won the North American box office over the weekend (October 6-8), netting $31.5 million in ticket sales,— far short of the $45 million many expected it to make. Continue reading

29Sep/17

‘Sex and the City 3’ is over, but Kim Cattrall says she’s not to blame

BERLIN, GERMANY (FILE – MAY 15, 2008)(REUTERS) – “Sex and the City” will not be back for a third movie, despite years of on-again, off-again plans, but actress Kim Cattrall says she is not the one to blame. Continue reading