Nothing was found on your request

Variety Mag

Mexico’s Cinepolis Launching New Arthouse Distributor with ‘Parasite’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Mexico’s Cinepolis Launching New Arthouse Distributor with ‘Parasite’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MORELIA, Mexico – There’s a new arthouse player in town. Cinepolis, one of the top exhibitors in the world, is launching a new arthouse film distribution unit in Mexico called Sala de Arte
Francis Ford Coppola’s Slam on Marvel Films Fuels Debate Sparked by Martin Scorsese

Francis Ford Coppola’s Slam on Marvel Films Fuels Debate Sparked by Martin Scorsese

Disparaging remarks by Francis Ford Coppola have further inflamed the debate sparked by Martin Scorsese and his criticism of Marvel and other comic book films. At a press conference in Lyon, France,
China Box Office: Hollywood Sweeps Up With ‘Maleficent’ and ‘Gemini Man’

China Box Office: Hollywood Sweeps Up With ‘Maleficent’ and ‘Gemini Man’

The first Hollywood blockbusters to hit China after the country’s big National Day holiday have, as expected, swept away holdover patriotic titles that had previously ruled the box office.
Candid ITV, ABC Doc on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Scores International Deals

Candid ITV, ABC Doc on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Scores International Deals

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle open up on the stress of living in the spotlight in a candid documentary that is scoring more international deals. “Harry and Meghan: An African Journey” was broadcast
Film About Australian Rules Football Star Who Confronted Racism Scores U.K. Release (EXCLUSIVE)

Film About Australian Rules Football Star Who Confronted Racism Scores U.K. Release (EXCLUSIVE)

With racism in sports front-page news in Britain, Dogwoof has scored all U.K. rights to “The Australian Dream,” the acclaimed feature documentary about Adam Goodes, an indigenous Australian rules
Camerimage Main Competition includes ‘Ford v Ferrari,’ ‘Joker’ and ‘The Irishman’

Camerimage Main Competition includes ‘Ford v Ferrari,’ ‘Joker’ and ‘The Irishman’

Several awards season contenders — including “Ford v Ferrari” (pictured), “Joker” and “the Irishman” — will screen in the main competition at Camerimage, the cinematography-oriented film festival that
Korea Box Office: ‘Maleficent 2’ Debuts on Top, Deposes ‘Joker’

Korea Box Office: ‘Maleficent 2’ Debuts on Top, Deposes ‘Joker’

Given a Thursday opening, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” debuted on top of the South Korean box office. The Walt Disney release earned $4.56 million from 612,000 admissions over four days. The fantasy
‘Watchmen’ Director Breaks Down Creating a Squid Storm, Hero Moments for Regina King

‘Watchmen’ Director Breaks Down Creating a Squid Storm, Hero Moments for Regina King

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched the series premiere of “Watchmen,” which aired Oct. 20 on HBO. The protagonist of “Watchmen” is leading a double life. By day, she goes by Angela
Broadway Review: David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’ Is a Stunning – and Surprisingly Political – Tour de Force

Broadway Review: David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’ Is a Stunning – and Surprisingly Political – Tour de Force

One constant of David Byrne’s long and prolific career is his ability to grow a seemingly simple idea into something brilliant, whether it’s the melody of “Road to Nowhere” or the concept of the “Stop
India’s Inox Multiplex Chain Reveals Ambitious Growth Plans

India’s Inox Multiplex Chain Reveals Ambitious Growth Plans

Indian multiplex chain Inox Leisure has revealed ambitious plans to more than double its existing screen capacity of 600. The company is planning to add 900 more screens across the country over the
Mary-Louise Parker, Adam Rapp Celebrate ‘The Sound Inside’ Broadway Opening at Studio 54

Mary-Louise Parker, Adam Rapp Celebrate ‘The Sound Inside’ Broadway Opening at Studio 54

Studio 54, and the famed mirrored walls that line its entryway, have never been so dark, so quiet, so enveloped by the silent pensiveness and isolation of Adam Rapp’s “The Sound Inside” or so haunted
Rory Kennedy, Gregory Nava Celebrate Films Creating Social Change at 2019 Student Academy Awards

Rory Kennedy, Gregory Nava Celebrate Films Creating Social Change at 2019 Student Academy Awards

“I think storytelling is really our hope because there is such divisiveness right now in the world. And, I think that stories enable us to hear each other and see different sides of an experience,”
Nick Tosches, Author of Dean Martin and Jerry Lee Lewis Biographies, Dies at 69

Nick Tosches, Author of Dean Martin and Jerry Lee Lewis Biographies, Dies at 69

Some time around the turn of the century, author Nick Tosches prankishly hacked his own online biography so that it gave his death date as the year 2021 — picked, he said, because “it was the
Why ‘Joker’ Is About All of Us (Column)

Why ‘Joker’ Is About All of Us (Column)

Take a look at the photo above. It’s the most poetic image to have emerged from Todd Phillips’ “Joker,” and the reason I say “poetic” isn’t just because the shot has that caught-in-action indelible
Concert Review: Tanya Tucker Brings Sensitivity and Classic Swagger to the Troubadour

Concert Review: Tanya Tucker Brings Sensitivity and Classic Swagger to the Troubadour

Tanya Tucker took time out Thursday during the second of two shows at the Troubadour to sign a copy of Rolling Stone handed up to her from the front row — the famous 1974 issue that had her face on
Dakota Fanning Chooses Toluca Lake Traditional

Dakota Fanning Chooses Toluca Lake Traditional

Time is sneaky; it’s already been nearly 20 years since a 7-year-old Dakota Fanning shot to fame as Sean Penn’s young daughter in 2001’s “I Am Sam,” for which she became the youngest actress ever be
‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Rules International Box Office With $117 Million

‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Rules International Box Office With $117 Million

Though Disney’s “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” stumbled at the domestic box office, the Angelina Jolie-led sequel enjoyed a far stronger start overseas. The follow-up to 2014’s fantasy adventure
Mina Kimes Helps ESPN Kick Off ‘Daily’ Podcast

Mina Kimes Helps ESPN Kick Off ‘Daily’ Podcast

Mina Kimes is preparing to take ESPN into a new frontier. The sports-media giant has launched a “SportsCenter” for Snapchat and tested baseball telecasts for kids. Now it’s hoping to set up shop in
Box Office: ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Dominates With Soft $36 Million

Box Office: ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Dominates With Soft $36 Million

Five years after Angelina Jolie’s “Maleficent” cast a spell over the box office, the villainous enchantress has returned to the top of domestic charts. Disney’s “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” a
Rome MIA Market Wraps With Stronger U.S. Presence, Boosts Italy’s Industry Standing

Rome MIA Market Wraps With Stronger U.S. Presence, Boosts Italy’s Industry Standing

Rome’s MIA market for TV series, feature films and documentaries wrapped positively Sunday with organizers boasting a bump in attendance just as some 2,500 executives departed in an upbeat mood after