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  • Timing poor as Canwest ratings cut
    Tuesday February 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Dominion Bond Rating Services on Monday slashed the ratings of two key debt issuers at Canwest Global Communications Corp., the country’s largest media group, just as it enters crunch talks with its senior lenders on new borrowing terms. DBRS cut the rating on Canwest Media from B-high to[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/20/09 to 02/22/09
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    FilmTotalTyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$41,030,947Coraline, Focus$11,432,124Taken, Fox$11,281,262He’s Just Not That Into You, WB (NL)$8,558,225Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$8,384,680Friday the 13th (2009), WB (NL)$7,942,472Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$6,821,377Confessions of a Shopaholic, BV$6,742,778Fired Up, SGem$5,483,778The International, Sony$4,463,916

  • SAG rejects ‘final offer’ from AMPTP
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have rejected the majors’ take-it-or-leave-it offer, two days after talks on a feature-primetime deal fell apart over the issue of the length of the new deal. SAG announced Saturday night that 73% of its national board had spurned the “last, best, final” offer following[…]

  • O’Brien signs off from ‘Late Night’
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Conan O’Brien may be moving to “The Tonight Show,” but he’ll still be Conan O’Brien. That was the latenight host’s message to viewers Friday night as he signed off NBC’s “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” for the 2,725th and last time. “We’re going on to this next gig, and sometimes[…]

  • ‘Slumdog’ tops Oscars
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    “Slumdog Millionaire,” a rags-to-riches tale both on screen and off, was named best picture at the 81st Annual Academy Awards. The indie movie that fought an uphill battle to worldwide recognition took home eight awards, including best director honors for filmmaker Danny Boyle. Senn Penn earned his second Oscar as best actor for his performance as gay activist Harvey Milk in the biopic “Milk.”

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  • Timing poor as Canwest ratings cut
    Tuesday February 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Dominion Bond Rating Services on Monday slashed the ratings of two key debt issuers at Canwest Global Communications Corp., the country’s largest media group, just as it enters crunch talks with its senior lenders on new borrowing terms. DBRS cut the rating on Canwest Media from B-high to[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/20/09 to 02/22/09
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    FilmTotalTyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$41,030,947Coraline, Focus$11,432,124Taken, Fox$11,281,262He’s Just Not That Into You, WB (NL)$8,558,225Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$8,384,680Friday the 13th (2009), WB (NL)$7,942,472Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$6,821,377Confessions of a Shopaholic, BV$6,742,778Fired Up, SGem$5,483,778The International, Sony$4,463,916

  • SAG rejects ‘final offer’ from AMPTP
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have rejected the majors’ take-it-or-leave-it offer, two days after talks on a feature-primetime deal fell apart over the issue of the length of the new deal. SAG announced Saturday night that 73% of its national board had spurned the “last, best, final” offer following[…]

  • O’Brien signs off from ‘Late Night’
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Conan O’Brien may be moving to “The Tonight Show,” but he’ll still be Conan O’Brien. That was the latenight host’s message to viewers Friday night as he signed off NBC’s “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” for the 2,725th and last time. “We’re going on to this next gig, and sometimes[…]

  • ‘Slumdog’ tops Oscars
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    “Slumdog Millionaire,” a rags-to-riches tale both on screen and off, was named best picture at the 81st Annual Academy Awards. The indie movie that fought an uphill battle to worldwide recognition took home eight awards, including best director honors for filmmaker Danny Boyle. Senn Penn earned his second Oscar as best actor for his performance as gay activist Harvey Milk in the biopic “Milk.”

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Archives for: February 20095
  • Timing poor as Canwest ratings cut
    Tuesday February 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Dominion Bond Rating Services on Monday slashed the ratings of two key debt issuers at Canwest Global Communications Corp., the country’s largest media group, just as it enters crunch talks with its senior lenders on new borrowing terms. DBRS cut the rating on Canwest Media from B-high to[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 02/20/09 to 02/22/09
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    FilmTotalTyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$41,030,947Coraline, Focus$11,432,124Taken, Fox$11,281,262He’s Just Not That Into You, WB (NL)$8,558,225Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$8,384,680Friday the 13th (2009), WB (NL)$7,942,472Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Sony$6,821,377Confessions of a Shopaholic, BV$6,742,778Fired Up, SGem$5,483,778The International, Sony$4,463,916

  • SAG rejects ‘final offer’ from AMPTP
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have rejected the majors’ take-it-or-leave-it offer, two days after talks on a feature-primetime deal fell apart over the issue of the length of the new deal. SAG announced Saturday night that 73% of its national board had spurned the “last, best, final” offer following[…]

  • O’Brien signs off from ‘Late Night’
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    Conan O’Brien may be moving to “The Tonight Show,” but he’ll still be Conan O’Brien. That was the latenight host’s message to viewers Friday night as he signed off NBC’s “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” for the 2,725th and last time. “We’re going on to this next gig, and sometimes[…]

  • ‘Slumdog’ tops Oscars
    Monday February 23rd 2009

    “Slumdog Millionaire,” a rags-to-riches tale both on screen and off, was named best picture at the 81st Annual Academy Awards. The indie movie that fought an uphill battle to worldwide recognition took home eight awards, including best director honors for filmmaker Danny Boyle. Senn Penn earned his second Oscar as best actor for his performance as gay activist Harvey Milk in the biopic “Milk.”

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