|US Release Date||01/01/1959|
Tim Lebbon's new novel 'Star Wars Dawn of the Jedi — Into the Void' takes the Expanded Universe back further in time than ever before, to the birth of the Jedi Order. Here's an exclusive excerpt.
Thank you, Maude Apatow, for showing us all the light.
Hollywood.com gets the scoop on the new ABC series.
Theon endures a bitter homecoming while Tyrion makes some staffing changes
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: There is no mystery about which film will win the weekend. It is more a question of how high the new Narnia saga Prince Caspian can fly.
Robert Downey, Jr.’s superhero debut <em>Iron Man</em> is proving to be among the biggest hits of all time...Speed Racer (Warner Bros) has taken to the track with a sluggish start.
Iron Man (Paramount) will almost certainly comfortably win a 2nd consecutive weekend at the box office as Speed Racer (Warner Bros) struggles to reach $30M. I have not been able to find a studio exec who believes that the Wachowski Brothers' adaptation of the late '60s anime cartoon classic will be able to outrun its bad industry tracking and generally negative reviews (only 29% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes as of Wednesday night).
Well it’s about time! After a few lackluster months at the movies, Iron Man started the summer blockbusting extravaganza with a $100.7 million opening at the North American box office, making it the second-best premiere ever for a non-sequel.
In a survey of studio sources this week, execs were unanimous in saying that the release of Grand Theft Auto IV, the Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3 video game sensation launching on Tuesday, will have absolutely no effect whatsoever on the box office performance of Paramount's Iron Man in its opening 3 days.
I did a personal survey of studio sources Wednesday, and they were unanimous in saying that the release of Grand Theft Auto IV, the Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3 video game sensation released on Tuesday, will have absolutely no effect whatsoever on the box office performance of Iron Man this weekend.
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From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.