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Festivals wrap; "Clerks" director makes points with wife; Joey Lawrence shines (really) PARK CITY, Utah, Jan. 30, 2000 - Done. "Girlfight" and "You Can Count on Me" - the two films everybody talked about non-stop up here - ended up as the two films everybody talked about non-stop during Saturday's awards ceremony at the Raquet Center. The movies took two awards each - tying as the Grand Jury Prize winner for best dramatic film."Two Family House" - a film that as far as we were concerned nobody t
SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 14, 2000 -- Hollywood will suffer from the box office blahs this weekend. In fact, insiders anticipate so little moviegoer enthusiasm for the weekend's new wide releases that it won't take much to capture first place. Warner Bros. and Castle Rock Entertainment's R-rated action comedy "Bait" has the best shot at topping the chart thanks to a very wide opening at 2,352 theaters and its likely appeal to urban moviegoers. "I'm sure it's going to play well to African-A
SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 17, 2000 -- There was lots of Olympic Gold but very little box office gold this weekend. Insiders had anticipated low grosses and a close race for first place, and that's exactly what they got. With ticket sales down over 33 percent from this time last year, it took only $5.7 million for Universal's "The Watcher" to nail down the top spot. Key films in the marketplace - those grossing $500,000 or more for the weekend - did approximately $47.58 million. Distributio
SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 24, 2000 -- Horror was the word this weekend, both on screen and off as Hollywood suffered yet another under-performing weekend. Columbia's R-rated horror sequel "Urban Legends: Final Cut" from Phoenix Pictures took the biggest slice of box office pie, placing first with an energetic estimated $8.8 million at 2,539 theaters ($3,466 per theater). Insiders had anticipated a double-digit launch by "Urban." It was the third consecutive weekend in which the film placin
HOLLYWOOD, March 14, 2001 -- Outfest 2001: The 19th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival announced their nominees for the first Outfest Screen Idol Awards yesterday. Candidates were chosen for their outstanding male and female film performances in a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered role. Winners will be selected by an online vote at http://www.outfest.org. Voting begins today and will run through April 15, and the winners will be announced on April 20. Outfest 2001 is billed as the l
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Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.