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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/27/09 to 03/29/07
    Sunday March 29th 2009

    FilmTotalMonsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$59,321,095The Haunting in Connecticut, LGF$23,004,765Knowing, Sum.$14,702,187I Love You, Man, P/DW$12,671,533Duplicity, Uni.$7,672,485Race to Witch Mountain, BV$5,801,77512 Rounds, Fox$5,329,240Watchmen, WB$2,732,439Taken, Fox$2,695,342The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$2,644,295

  • ‘Slumdog’ writer in ‘Truckers’ convoy
    Friday March 27th 2009

    Simon Beaufoy has his first post-Oscar gig. The “Slumdog Millionaire” writer, who walked away with the Academy Award for adapted screenplay last month, is working on the script for DreamWorks Animation’s “Truckers.” The project is in the early development stages, and nothing is known about the story line.

  • CBC cutting as many as 800 jobs
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. will cut up to 800 jobs to deal with a growing budget shortfall, the pubcaster said Wednesday. CBC president and CEO Hubert Lacroix told employees during a closed-circuit internal meeting that the public network must cut costs to fight a growing advertising downturn. “I wish I could be standing here in better circumstances,” Lacroix told CBC employees. “But these are tough times … and we need $171 million ($139.5 million) to balance our budget…”

  • No silver bullet for Canadian broadcasters: regulator
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The federal broadcast regulator cautioned politicians Wednesday there’s no silver-bullet cure for what ails Canadian broadcasters, but the agency is trying to ease the pressure in the short term. MPs grilled Konrad von Finckenstein, chairman of the CRTC, on measures he could be taking to help broadcasters struggling to survive the recession. With local TV stations closing or threatened with closure, MPs of all stripes are feeling pressure from constituents – and seeing outlets for their own publicity disappearing. The hearings came the same day CBC announced it was slashing 800 jobs.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/20/09 to 03/22/09
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    FilmTotalKnowing, Sum.$24,604,751I Love You, Man, P/DW$17,810,270Duplicity, Uni.$13,965,110Race to Witch Mountain, BV$12,786,041Watchmen, WB$6,801,114The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$5,776,160Taken, Fox$4,057,695Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$2,676,369Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$2,566,535Coraline, Focus$2,130,746

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Archives for: March 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/27/09 to 03/29/07
    Sunday March 29th 2009

    FilmTotalMonsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$59,321,095The Haunting in Connecticut, LGF$23,004,765Knowing, Sum.$14,702,187I Love You, Man, P/DW$12,671,533Duplicity, Uni.$7,672,485Race to Witch Mountain, BV$5,801,77512 Rounds, Fox$5,329,240Watchmen, WB$2,732,439Taken, Fox$2,695,342The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$2,644,295

  • ‘Slumdog’ writer in ‘Truckers’ convoy
    Friday March 27th 2009

    Simon Beaufoy has his first post-Oscar gig. The “Slumdog Millionaire” writer, who walked away with the Academy Award for adapted screenplay last month, is working on the script for DreamWorks Animation’s “Truckers.” The project is in the early development stages, and nothing is known about the story line.

  • CBC cutting as many as 800 jobs
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. will cut up to 800 jobs to deal with a growing budget shortfall, the pubcaster said Wednesday. CBC president and CEO Hubert Lacroix told employees during a closed-circuit internal meeting that the public network must cut costs to fight a growing advertising downturn. “I wish I could be standing here in better circumstances,” Lacroix told CBC employees. “But these are tough times … and we need $171 million ($139.5 million) to balance our budget…”

  • No silver bullet for Canadian broadcasters: regulator
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The federal broadcast regulator cautioned politicians Wednesday there’s no silver-bullet cure for what ails Canadian broadcasters, but the agency is trying to ease the pressure in the short term. MPs grilled Konrad von Finckenstein, chairman of the CRTC, on measures he could be taking to help broadcasters struggling to survive the recession. With local TV stations closing or threatened with closure, MPs of all stripes are feeling pressure from constituents – and seeing outlets for their own publicity disappearing. The hearings came the same day CBC announced it was slashing 800 jobs.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/20/09 to 03/22/09
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    FilmTotalKnowing, Sum.$24,604,751I Love You, Man, P/DW$17,810,270Duplicity, Uni.$13,965,110Race to Witch Mountain, BV$12,786,041Watchmen, WB$6,801,114The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$5,776,160Taken, Fox$4,057,695Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$2,676,369Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$2,566,535Coraline, Focus$2,130,746

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Archives for: March 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/27/09 to 03/29/07
    Sunday March 29th 2009

    FilmTotalMonsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$59,321,095The Haunting in Connecticut, LGF$23,004,765Knowing, Sum.$14,702,187I Love You, Man, P/DW$12,671,533Duplicity, Uni.$7,672,485Race to Witch Mountain, BV$5,801,77512 Rounds, Fox$5,329,240Watchmen, WB$2,732,439Taken, Fox$2,695,342The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$2,644,295

  • ‘Slumdog’ writer in ‘Truckers’ convoy
    Friday March 27th 2009

    Simon Beaufoy has his first post-Oscar gig. The “Slumdog Millionaire” writer, who walked away with the Academy Award for adapted screenplay last month, is working on the script for DreamWorks Animation’s “Truckers.” The project is in the early development stages, and nothing is known about the story line.

  • CBC cutting as many as 800 jobs
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. will cut up to 800 jobs to deal with a growing budget shortfall, the pubcaster said Wednesday. CBC president and CEO Hubert Lacroix told employees during a closed-circuit internal meeting that the public network must cut costs to fight a growing advertising downturn. “I wish I could be standing here in better circumstances,” Lacroix told CBC employees. “But these are tough times … and we need $171 million ($139.5 million) to balance our budget…”

  • No silver bullet for Canadian broadcasters: regulator
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    The federal broadcast regulator cautioned politicians Wednesday there’s no silver-bullet cure for what ails Canadian broadcasters, but the agency is trying to ease the pressure in the short term. MPs grilled Konrad von Finckenstein, chairman of the CRTC, on measures he could be taking to help broadcasters struggling to survive the recession. With local TV stations closing or threatened with closure, MPs of all stripes are feeling pressure from constituents – and seeing outlets for their own publicity disappearing. The hearings came the same day CBC announced it was slashing 800 jobs.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/20/09 to 03/22/09
    Wednesday March 25th 2009

    FilmTotalKnowing, Sum.$24,604,751I Love You, Man, P/DW$17,810,270Duplicity, Uni.$13,965,110Race to Witch Mountain, BV$12,786,041Watchmen, WB$6,801,114The Last House on the Left (2009), Uni.$5,776,160Taken, Fox$4,057,695Slumdog Millionaire, FoxS$2,676,369Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail, LGF$2,566,535Coraline, Focus$2,130,746

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