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Sep 20, 2019

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Why this filmmaker doesn't want Hollywood's $100 million

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Aug 31, 2017
Nicolás Lopez used his "Chile-wood" to make "Hazlo Como Hombre" for less than a million dollars.
Ignacia Allamand as Luciana, Mauricio Ochmann as Raúl and Humberto Busto as Eduardo in "Hazlo Como Hombre."
Courtesy of Pantelion Films

Summer movies are a bust at the domestic box office

by Eliza Mills Jul 7, 2017
It's not just you — films are really bad this season.

Same old action movies and sequels at the box office this summer

by Kai Ryssdal May 19, 2017
We're in 'tent pole city now' says New York Times culture critic Wesley Morris.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is one of the season's tent pole productions.
Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios

Why some movie studios want to skip the theater

by Molly Wood and Adriene Hill Mar 30, 2017
At CinemaCon, studios and theaters are debating how soon make movies available at home
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More African-Americans are going to the movies, likely drawn by recent films focusing on black characters

by Adriene Hill Mar 23, 2017
In spite of a whole lot of predictions to the contrary, the movie industry is hanging in, even as competition for our attention grows. According to a new report from the Motion Picture Association of America, ticket sales in the U.S.…

Will ‘Beauty’ be a blockbuster?

by Adriene Hill Mar 17, 2017
Disney’s new, live-action movie, “Beauty and the Beast,” opens this weekend. The movie has set a record for advanced ticket sales for a family film. And it could be one of the top March openings ever.  Click the audio player…

Movie bottleneck hits the multiplex

by Reema Khrais Dec 27, 2016
In the last half of December, upwards of 20 new releases hit theaters.

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Chart of the Day: Disney is cleaning up with Marvel

by Marketplace Staff Nov 7, 2016
The Disney-Marvel business model relies on d-list heroes making a-list money.

Doctor Strange is Marvel's latest box office hit

by Mark Garrison Nov 7, 2016
The comic franchise has won new fans with its Hollywood offerings.
A view of the atmosphere at The Los Angeles World Premiere of Marvel Studios’ 'Doctor Strange” in Hollywood, CA on Oct. 20, 2016. 

 
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'Ben-Hur' aiming for box office boost from Christians

by Adam Allington Aug 19, 2016
The movie remake hopes to ride the growing wave of faith-based blockbusters.
Christianity plays a more prominent role in the 2016 "Ben-Hur" film than in the 1959 version.
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