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  • Steel Work Studios takes Hollywood North to Parkdale
    Tuesday April 29th 2008

    By Ben Grossman TORONTO, /TO411 DAILY/ — Hamilton officially entered the film production world this month with the grand opening of Steel Work Studios, a 20,000 square foot production facility in Toronto’s east end. Owned by a group of five partners, the studio is geared for all aspects of production[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/25/08 to 04/27/08
    Monday April 28th 2008

    FilmTotalBABY MAMA, UNIVERSAL$17,407,110HAROLD AND KUMAR ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO BAY, NEW LINE$14,908,404THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, LIONSGATE$11,212,364FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL, UNIVERSAL$11,028,060NIM’S ISLAND, FOX$4,548,792PROM NIGHT, SONY$4,508,12221, SONY$4,018,06488 MINUTES, SONY$3,593,890DR. SEUSSHORTON HEARS A WHO, FOX$2,486,903DECEPTION, FOX$2,312,146

  • Summer movie promotion heats up
    Monday April 28th 2008

    On one busy intersection in Los Angeles, eight brightly colored billboards are pushing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” That kind of hype is overkill even by Hollywood standards, but the signs on La Cienega and Venice Boulevards are evidence of an expensive situation at the studios this summer. The costs to tout their tentpoles is going up. “Indiana Jones” not withstanding, Hollywood is light on sequels vs. last summer, and it costs more to launch new properties that bizzers hope will turn into franchises.

  • Canadian pay TV, PPV, VOD revs rise
    Monday April 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Revenue for Canada’s pay TV channels, pay-per-view and video-on-demand services rose to C$2.7 billion ($2.6 billion) last year, up 9.1% from the previous year’s total of $2.5 billion, in line with increases in recent years. Paybox revenues have risen an average 9.7% each year between 2003 and 2007.[…]

  • SAG, studios take the weekend off
    Sunday April 27th 2008

    With Hollywood still fretting about a possible actors strike, SAG and the majors have recessed for the weekend after two weeks of negotiations on a new feature-primetime contract. The 10th days of talks concluded late Friday afternoon at the headquarters of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers in[…]

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Archives for: April 20085
  • Steel Work Studios takes Hollywood North to Parkdale
    Tuesday April 29th 2008

    By Ben Grossman TORONTO, /TO411 DAILY/ — Hamilton officially entered the film production world this month with the grand opening of Steel Work Studios, a 20,000 square foot production facility in Toronto’s east end. Owned by a group of five partners, the studio is geared for all aspects of production[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/25/08 to 04/27/08
    Monday April 28th 2008

    FilmTotalBABY MAMA, UNIVERSAL$17,407,110HAROLD AND KUMAR ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO BAY, NEW LINE$14,908,404THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, LIONSGATE$11,212,364FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL, UNIVERSAL$11,028,060NIM’S ISLAND, FOX$4,548,792PROM NIGHT, SONY$4,508,12221, SONY$4,018,06488 MINUTES, SONY$3,593,890DR. SEUSSHORTON HEARS A WHO, FOX$2,486,903DECEPTION, FOX$2,312,146

  • Summer movie promotion heats up
    Monday April 28th 2008

    On one busy intersection in Los Angeles, eight brightly colored billboards are pushing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” That kind of hype is overkill even by Hollywood standards, but the signs on La Cienega and Venice Boulevards are evidence of an expensive situation at the studios this summer. The costs to tout their tentpoles is going up. “Indiana Jones” not withstanding, Hollywood is light on sequels vs. last summer, and it costs more to launch new properties that bizzers hope will turn into franchises.

  • Canadian pay TV, PPV, VOD revs rise
    Monday April 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Revenue for Canada’s pay TV channels, pay-per-view and video-on-demand services rose to C$2.7 billion ($2.6 billion) last year, up 9.1% from the previous year’s total of $2.5 billion, in line with increases in recent years. Paybox revenues have risen an average 9.7% each year between 2003 and 2007.[…]

  • SAG, studios take the weekend off
    Sunday April 27th 2008

    With Hollywood still fretting about a possible actors strike, SAG and the majors have recessed for the weekend after two weeks of negotiations on a new feature-primetime contract. The 10th days of talks concluded late Friday afternoon at the headquarters of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers in[…]

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Archives for: April 20085
  • Steel Work Studios takes Hollywood North to Parkdale
    Tuesday April 29th 2008

    By Ben Grossman TORONTO, /TO411 DAILY/ — Hamilton officially entered the film production world this month with the grand opening of Steel Work Studios, a 20,000 square foot production facility in Toronto’s east end. Owned by a group of five partners, the studio is geared for all aspects of production[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/25/08 to 04/27/08
    Monday April 28th 2008

    FilmTotalBABY MAMA, UNIVERSAL$17,407,110HAROLD AND KUMAR ESCAPE FROM GUANTANAMO BAY, NEW LINE$14,908,404THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, LIONSGATE$11,212,364FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL, UNIVERSAL$11,028,060NIM’S ISLAND, FOX$4,548,792PROM NIGHT, SONY$4,508,12221, SONY$4,018,06488 MINUTES, SONY$3,593,890DR. SEUSSHORTON HEARS A WHO, FOX$2,486,903DECEPTION, FOX$2,312,146

  • Summer movie promotion heats up
    Monday April 28th 2008

    On one busy intersection in Los Angeles, eight brightly colored billboards are pushing “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” That kind of hype is overkill even by Hollywood standards, but the signs on La Cienega and Venice Boulevards are evidence of an expensive situation at the studios this summer. The costs to tout their tentpoles is going up. “Indiana Jones” not withstanding, Hollywood is light on sequels vs. last summer, and it costs more to launch new properties that bizzers hope will turn into franchises.

  • Canadian pay TV, PPV, VOD revs rise
    Monday April 28th 2008

    MONTREAL – Revenue for Canada’s pay TV channels, pay-per-view and video-on-demand services rose to C$2.7 billion ($2.6 billion) last year, up 9.1% from the previous year’s total of $2.5 billion, in line with increases in recent years. Paybox revenues have risen an average 9.7% each year between 2003 and 2007.[…]

  • SAG, studios take the weekend off
    Sunday April 27th 2008

    With Hollywood still fretting about a possible actors strike, SAG and the majors have recessed for the weekend after two weeks of negotiations on a new feature-primetime contract. The 10th days of talks concluded late Friday afternoon at the headquarters of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers in[…]

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