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  • Joaquin Phoenix confirms he’s done with movies
    Tuesday November 04th 2008

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – The writing on Joaquin Phoenix’s fists said it all. The words “Good Bye” were penned on the actor’s knuckles at a premiere Saturday night for his latest film, “Two Lovers,” and Phoenix confirmed a surprise announcement he made last week: He’s giving up movies. “I think[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 10/31/08 to 11/02/08
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    FilmTotalHigh School Musical 3: Senior Year, BV$15,316,072Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Wein.$10,065,630Saw V, LGF$9,741,578Changeling, Uni.$9,351,560The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Free$5,423,315Beverly Hills Chihuahua, BV$4,864,021The Secret Life of Bees, FoxS$4,010,668Max Payne, Fox$3,688,253Eagle Eye, P/DW$3,482,655Pride & Glory, WB (NL)$3,363,452

  • Spielberg, Jackson digging for ‘Tintin’
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Tintin may have a new benefactor. Filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are in the process of trying to line up a co-financing and co-distribution partner for their in-the-works trilogy of “Tintin” films, set up at Paramount Pictures. The director-producers are trying to entice Sony Pictures, which is now in discussions with Paramount, to help finance the films and take on international distribution.

  • Ted Rogers temporarily leaves post
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Ted Rogers has temporarily left the top job at Rogers Communications, one of Canada’s leading media companies, due to health issues. The company announced late Friday that the 75-year-old Rogers CEO had been admitted into a hospital for treatment of an existing cardiac condition. Rogers has faced heart problems for[…]

  • Nielsen finds strong TV-Internet usage overlap
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Nearly a third of all U.S. household Internet activity takes place while the user watches television, suggesting new and old media often share rather than compete for attention, the Nielsen Company said in a report Friday. In fact, the study found that heavy Internet users are[…]

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Archives for: November 20085
  • Joaquin Phoenix confirms he’s done with movies
    Tuesday November 04th 2008

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – The writing on Joaquin Phoenix’s fists said it all. The words “Good Bye” were penned on the actor’s knuckles at a premiere Saturday night for his latest film, “Two Lovers,” and Phoenix confirmed a surprise announcement he made last week: He’s giving up movies. “I think[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 10/31/08 to 11/02/08
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    FilmTotalHigh School Musical 3: Senior Year, BV$15,316,072Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Wein.$10,065,630Saw V, LGF$9,741,578Changeling, Uni.$9,351,560The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Free$5,423,315Beverly Hills Chihuahua, BV$4,864,021The Secret Life of Bees, FoxS$4,010,668Max Payne, Fox$3,688,253Eagle Eye, P/DW$3,482,655Pride & Glory, WB (NL)$3,363,452

  • Spielberg, Jackson digging for ‘Tintin’
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Tintin may have a new benefactor. Filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are in the process of trying to line up a co-financing and co-distribution partner for their in-the-works trilogy of “Tintin” films, set up at Paramount Pictures. The director-producers are trying to entice Sony Pictures, which is now in discussions with Paramount, to help finance the films and take on international distribution.

  • Ted Rogers temporarily leaves post
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Ted Rogers has temporarily left the top job at Rogers Communications, one of Canada’s leading media companies, due to health issues. The company announced late Friday that the 75-year-old Rogers CEO had been admitted into a hospital for treatment of an existing cardiac condition. Rogers has faced heart problems for[…]

  • Nielsen finds strong TV-Internet usage overlap
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Nearly a third of all U.S. household Internet activity takes place while the user watches television, suggesting new and old media often share rather than compete for attention, the Nielsen Company said in a report Friday. In fact, the study found that heavy Internet users are[…]

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: November 20085
  • Joaquin Phoenix confirms he’s done with movies
    Tuesday November 04th 2008

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – The writing on Joaquin Phoenix’s fists said it all. The words “Good Bye” were penned on the actor’s knuckles at a premiere Saturday night for his latest film, “Two Lovers,” and Phoenix confirmed a surprise announcement he made last week: He’s giving up movies. “I think[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 10/31/08 to 11/02/08
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    FilmTotalHigh School Musical 3: Senior Year, BV$15,316,072Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Wein.$10,065,630Saw V, LGF$9,741,578Changeling, Uni.$9,351,560The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Free$5,423,315Beverly Hills Chihuahua, BV$4,864,021The Secret Life of Bees, FoxS$4,010,668Max Payne, Fox$3,688,253Eagle Eye, P/DW$3,482,655Pride & Glory, WB (NL)$3,363,452

  • Spielberg, Jackson digging for ‘Tintin’
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Tintin may have a new benefactor. Filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are in the process of trying to line up a co-financing and co-distribution partner for their in-the-works trilogy of “Tintin” films, set up at Paramount Pictures. The director-producers are trying to entice Sony Pictures, which is now in discussions with Paramount, to help finance the films and take on international distribution.

  • Ted Rogers temporarily leaves post
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    Ted Rogers has temporarily left the top job at Rogers Communications, one of Canada’s leading media companies, due to health issues. The company announced late Friday that the 75-year-old Rogers CEO had been admitted into a hospital for treatment of an existing cardiac condition. Rogers has faced heart problems for[…]

  • Nielsen finds strong TV-Internet usage overlap
    Monday November 03rd 2008

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Nearly a third of all U.S. household Internet activity takes place while the user watches television, suggesting new and old media often share rather than compete for attention, the Nielsen Company said in a report Friday. In fact, the study found that heavy Internet users are[…]

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