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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 06/27/08 ot 06/29/08
    Monday June 30th 2008

    FilmTotalWall-E, DISNEY$63,087,526Wanted, UNIVERSAL$50,927,085Get Smart, WARNER BROS.$20,211,242Kung Fu Panda, PARAMOUNT$11,692,061The Incredible Hulk, UNIVERSAL$9,577,245The Love Guru, PARAMOUNT$5,340,895Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, PARAMOUNT$5,179,960The Happening, FOX$3,907,948Sex and The City, WARNER BROS.$3,808,288You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, SONY$3,175,214

  • Reliance buys up more businesses
    Monday June 30th 2008

    In Hollywood, there’s a debate about whether David Geffen and Steven Spielberg are using India’s Reliance ADA Group to flush out a more local, Hollywood bidder. But meanwhile, the giant Indian conglom is going about its regular business — buying companies and launching even more. In the past week, it[…]

  • Duo off to Sony’s global market
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Sony Pictures has upped Valerie Van Galder and Marc Weinstock to the newly created positions of co-presidents of worldwide theatrical marketing for the studio in a restructuring that puts studio’s global marketing structure under one roof. The promotions reunite Van Galder and Weinstock, who first worked together for more than[…]

  • Film and TV production lagging in Canada
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Canadian studio operators are eyeing the horizon for U.S. film and TV shoots like sailors lost at sea as the SAG contract talks in Los Angeles put a damper on production here. “The studios that we’re talking to about potential for work have all made it quite clear that they are not going to be greenlighting pictures until the SAG (deal) is worked out,” Toronto Film Studios president Ken Ferguson said Friday.

  • Toronto film festival follows Cannes’ lead
    Friday June 27th 2008

    The Toronto International Film Festival made way for some Cannes heavyweights Thursday, unveiling Special Presentation slots for Laurent Cantet’s Palme d’Or winner “The Class” and Matteo Garrone’s Grand Prix winner “Gomorrah” among a group of about two dozen North American premieres. Arnaud Desplechin’s “Un conte de Noel” and Canadian helmer Atom Egoyan’s “Adoration” — both Cannes Competition titles — also will get the red-carpet treatment in Toronto.

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Archives for: June 20085
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 06/27/08 ot 06/29/08
    Monday June 30th 2008

    FilmTotalWall-E, DISNEY$63,087,526Wanted, UNIVERSAL$50,927,085Get Smart, WARNER BROS.$20,211,242Kung Fu Panda, PARAMOUNT$11,692,061The Incredible Hulk, UNIVERSAL$9,577,245The Love Guru, PARAMOUNT$5,340,895Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, PARAMOUNT$5,179,960The Happening, FOX$3,907,948Sex and The City, WARNER BROS.$3,808,288You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, SONY$3,175,214

  • Reliance buys up more businesses
    Monday June 30th 2008

    In Hollywood, there’s a debate about whether David Geffen and Steven Spielberg are using India’s Reliance ADA Group to flush out a more local, Hollywood bidder. But meanwhile, the giant Indian conglom is going about its regular business — buying companies and launching even more. In the past week, it[…]

  • Duo off to Sony’s global market
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Sony Pictures has upped Valerie Van Galder and Marc Weinstock to the newly created positions of co-presidents of worldwide theatrical marketing for the studio in a restructuring that puts studio’s global marketing structure under one roof. The promotions reunite Van Galder and Weinstock, who first worked together for more than[…]

  • Film and TV production lagging in Canada
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Canadian studio operators are eyeing the horizon for U.S. film and TV shoots like sailors lost at sea as the SAG contract talks in Los Angeles put a damper on production here. “The studios that we’re talking to about potential for work have all made it quite clear that they are not going to be greenlighting pictures until the SAG (deal) is worked out,” Toronto Film Studios president Ken Ferguson said Friday.

  • Toronto film festival follows Cannes’ lead
    Friday June 27th 2008

    The Toronto International Film Festival made way for some Cannes heavyweights Thursday, unveiling Special Presentation slots for Laurent Cantet’s Palme d’Or winner “The Class” and Matteo Garrone’s Grand Prix winner “Gomorrah” among a group of about two dozen North American premieres. Arnaud Desplechin’s “Un conte de Noel” and Canadian helmer Atom Egoyan’s “Adoration” — both Cannes Competition titles — also will get the red-carpet treatment in Toronto.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: June 20085
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 06/27/08 ot 06/29/08
    Monday June 30th 2008

    FilmTotalWall-E, DISNEY$63,087,526Wanted, UNIVERSAL$50,927,085Get Smart, WARNER BROS.$20,211,242Kung Fu Panda, PARAMOUNT$11,692,061The Incredible Hulk, UNIVERSAL$9,577,245The Love Guru, PARAMOUNT$5,340,895Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, PARAMOUNT$5,179,960The Happening, FOX$3,907,948Sex and The City, WARNER BROS.$3,808,288You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, SONY$3,175,214

  • Reliance buys up more businesses
    Monday June 30th 2008

    In Hollywood, there’s a debate about whether David Geffen and Steven Spielberg are using India’s Reliance ADA Group to flush out a more local, Hollywood bidder. But meanwhile, the giant Indian conglom is going about its regular business — buying companies and launching even more. In the past week, it[…]

  • Duo off to Sony’s global market
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Sony Pictures has upped Valerie Van Galder and Marc Weinstock to the newly created positions of co-presidents of worldwide theatrical marketing for the studio in a restructuring that puts studio’s global marketing structure under one roof. The promotions reunite Van Galder and Weinstock, who first worked together for more than[…]

  • Film and TV production lagging in Canada
    Monday June 30th 2008

    Canadian studio operators are eyeing the horizon for U.S. film and TV shoots like sailors lost at sea as the SAG contract talks in Los Angeles put a damper on production here. “The studios that we’re talking to about potential for work have all made it quite clear that they are not going to be greenlighting pictures until the SAG (deal) is worked out,” Toronto Film Studios president Ken Ferguson said Friday.

  • Toronto film festival follows Cannes’ lead
    Friday June 27th 2008

    The Toronto International Film Festival made way for some Cannes heavyweights Thursday, unveiling Special Presentation slots for Laurent Cantet’s Palme d’Or winner “The Class” and Matteo Garrone’s Grand Prix winner “Gomorrah” among a group of about two dozen North American premieres. Arnaud Desplechin’s “Un conte de Noel” and Canadian helmer Atom Egoyan’s “Adoration” — both Cannes Competition titles — also will get the red-carpet treatment in Toronto.

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