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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/25/08 to 1/27/08
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Sony brings TV to PSP
    Monday January 28th 2008

    The Universal Media Disc, a proprietary format for Sony’s PlayStation Portable, may have failed as a movie format, but Sony’s continued attempts to portray the PSP as a multimedia device rather than a game player now find the company trying again, this time with TV shows. Sony Computer Entertainment America[…]

  • Strike: signs still promising
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Hollywood remains guardedly optimistic about an end to the writers strike, now entering its 13th week. Informal talks between the studios and leaders of the Writers Guild of America are expected to continue today. Both sides continued to observe the news blackout, instituted last week when the WGA accepted the[…]

  • ‘No Country’ wins key SAG prizes
    Monday January 28th 2008

    "No Country for Old Men" emerged as the Oscars favorite Sunday by taking top honors for overall cast along with Javier Bardem’s supporting-actor prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the lone gathering of A-list stars in an awards season hobbled by the writers strike.

  • Film biz losing brand wagon
    Sunday January 27th 2008

    Can the next great tentpole fly without a Happy Meal? Or a Mountain Dew can? Hollywood is facing that possibility. Retail chains, fast-food franchises, cell-phone companies, automakers and packaged-good firms have created vast promotional pushes that make them key players in marketing tentpoles. But an increasing number of these partners[…]

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Archives for: January 20085
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/25/08 to 1/27/08
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Sony brings TV to PSP
    Monday January 28th 2008

    The Universal Media Disc, a proprietary format for Sony’s PlayStation Portable, may have failed as a movie format, but Sony’s continued attempts to portray the PSP as a multimedia device rather than a game player now find the company trying again, this time with TV shows. Sony Computer Entertainment America[…]

  • Strike: signs still promising
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Hollywood remains guardedly optimistic about an end to the writers strike, now entering its 13th week. Informal talks between the studios and leaders of the Writers Guild of America are expected to continue today. Both sides continued to observe the news blackout, instituted last week when the WGA accepted the[…]

  • ‘No Country’ wins key SAG prizes
    Monday January 28th 2008

    "No Country for Old Men" emerged as the Oscars favorite Sunday by taking top honors for overall cast along with Javier Bardem’s supporting-actor prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the lone gathering of A-list stars in an awards season hobbled by the writers strike.

  • Film biz losing brand wagon
    Sunday January 27th 2008

    Can the next great tentpole fly without a Happy Meal? Or a Mountain Dew can? Hollywood is facing that possibility. Retail chains, fast-food franchises, cell-phone companies, automakers and packaged-good firms have created vast promotional pushes that make them key players in marketing tentpoles. But an increasing number of these partners[…]

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: January 20085
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/25/08 to 1/27/08
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Sony brings TV to PSP
    Monday January 28th 2008

    The Universal Media Disc, a proprietary format for Sony’s PlayStation Portable, may have failed as a movie format, but Sony’s continued attempts to portray the PSP as a multimedia device rather than a game player now find the company trying again, this time with TV shows. Sony Computer Entertainment America[…]

  • Strike: signs still promising
    Monday January 28th 2008

    Hollywood remains guardedly optimistic about an end to the writers strike, now entering its 13th week. Informal talks between the studios and leaders of the Writers Guild of America are expected to continue today. Both sides continued to observe the news blackout, instituted last week when the WGA accepted the[…]

  • ‘No Country’ wins key SAG prizes
    Monday January 28th 2008

    "No Country for Old Men" emerged as the Oscars favorite Sunday by taking top honors for overall cast along with Javier Bardem’s supporting-actor prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the lone gathering of A-list stars in an awards season hobbled by the writers strike.

  • Film biz losing brand wagon
    Sunday January 27th 2008

    Can the next great tentpole fly without a Happy Meal? Or a Mountain Dew can? Hollywood is facing that possibility. Retail chains, fast-food franchises, cell-phone companies, automakers and packaged-good firms have created vast promotional pushes that make them key players in marketing tentpoles. But an increasing number of these partners[…]

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