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Counsel for bankrupt Cineworld said today the Regal parent has received the outline of a restructuring plan from lenders, a blueprint that would take it out of bankruptcy, although it’s also still pursuing a possible sale of assets. At a hearing at bankruptcy court in the Southern District of Texas, Cineworld attorney Joshua Sussberg said
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In both a noble gesture toward exhibition after the studio’s Project Popcorn, and in a means to monetize downstream revenues, Warner Bros is taking what was a HBO Max movie, Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike’s Last Dance, and putting into 1,500 theatrical locations this weekend. That’s with a thrifty marketing spend. It’s the second movie after
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It’s crazy to think that it was only a couple of years ago that we celebrated the 20th anniversary of Bring It On. Over two decades later, the beloved sports film still resonates with viewers, as it highlighted the true athleticism that comes with cheerleading. It also tackled themes of inclusion and cultural appropriation. While
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Actor Elijah Wood is not a fan of AMC Entertainment’s latest move around ticketing that sets different prices for different seats inside its theaters. “The movie theater is and always has been a sacred democratic space for all and this new initiative by @AMCTheatres would essentially penalize people for lower income and reward for higher
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At the movies, the 2023 new movies schedule has Jonathan Majors and Michael B. Jordan squaring off in the massive battle that is Creed III. Off-screen, the actors share a very different relationship, as the two sparring partners are pretty close friends. Majors has even admitted that the two have sometimes commiserate over “girl troubles,”
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EXCLUSIVE: Scientists, explorers, lovers. Katia and Maurice Krafft, the stars of the Oscar-nominated documentary Fire of Love, were all those things. On Valentine’s Day, National Geographic and Neon are bringing the film about the ill-fated couple back to theaters for one night only. The engagement will see the film play at several theaters in New
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When you think of Anna Kendrick and Pitch Perfect, the song “Cups’ automatically comes to mind. The song was a viral hit before that was a thing and became a Top 10 Billboard hit in the process. Of course, the key to the song’s success was Beca Mitchell showcasing her acapella cup routine. While the
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Disney is calling their five-time Oscar-nominated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever the most watched Marvel premiere ever on Disney+ on a global basis. Without supplying viewership figures, the company said Monday that the claim is based on hours streamed for the pic over its first five days. The Ryan Coogler-directed sequel, which has amassed $842.3 million
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Theater chain AMC Entertainment is now shifting ticket prices depending on where seats are located in theaters in an initiative called Sightline AMC. The seating selections based on their sightline of the movie screen within the auditorium include Value Sightline, Standard Sightline and Preferred Sightline sections. Standard Sightline, the most common, is sticking to the
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UPDATE: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has overtaken the filmmaker’s own Titanic at the international box office with an estimated $1.538B through Sunday. That makes it the No. 3 movie of all time abroad, behind the original Avatar and Avengers: Endgame. Globally, The Way of Water reached $2,174.4M through the 8th weekend, putting
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One might say that Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence have a few things in common. They’re both two of the most popular comedians to ever take to a stage, they have massive blockbuster franchises under their belts and both are widely loved by the public at large. There’s also another interesting piece of connective tissue
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Among the best Scooby-Doo movies over the years was the 2002 live-action movie starring real-life couple Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. as Daphne and Fred alongside Matthew Lillard’s Fred and Linda Cardelini’s Velma. The movie that was actually written by Guardian of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad’s James Gunn, was originally rated-R,
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Before Alexandra Daddario became known for more mature roles like 2017’s Baywatch and her pivotal part in Season 1 of The White Lotus, the actress found her first major leading role in the movie adaptations of the Percy Jackson series. At the age of 22, she suddenly became known around the world as the face
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2022 was a big year for Miles Teller. After a five-year hiatus from film, the actor not only played Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw opposite Tom Cruise’s Peter Maverick in Top Gun: Maverick, he also starred with Chris Hemsworth in Netflix’s Spiderhead. Oh, and let’s not forget his role as The Godfather producer Al Ruddy in the
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Animated fairy tale The Amazing Maurice voiced by Emilia Clarke, Hugh Laurie, David Thewlish, Gemma Arterton and Himesh Patel, jumps from Sundance to 1,700 screens via Viva Pictures, the distributor’s widest release to date and a big one for any independently produced animated film. And Civil War drama Freedom’s Path starring Gerran Howell, RJ Cyler, and Ewen
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As the world watches the 2023 Oscar nominations become fuel for speculation over who the ultimate winners will be, there’s another subject that’s caught everyone’s ear. Throughout the awards season so far, we’ve heard Elvis star Austin Butler committing to the bit, seemingly keeping in character with that deep voice full of Memphis swagger. The
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Universal’s M. Night Shyamalan R-rated thriller Knock at the Cabin opened its doors last night to $1.45 million in previews off showtimes that began at 5 p.m. That number is just under the preview figure of Shyamalan‘s Old, which did $1.5M before a $16.8M opening. Knock at the Cabin‘s previews makes sense as the tracking
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