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  • Anne Hathaway to announce Oscar noms
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    Actress Anne Hathaway will join Tom Sherak, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, on Tuesday morning to announce nominations for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. They will unveil the nominees in 10 of Oscar’s 24 categories at a 5:30 a.m. press event at the Academy’s Samuel[…]

  • Service deals becoming popular in indie world
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    A bidding war broke out at Sundance last weekend over the sci-fi entry “Splice,” which stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley. But it wasn’t the typical contest in which distributors vie to see who is willing to pay the most for rights to the hot movie of the moment. Instead, the suitors were offering service deals, under which a movie’s producers pay them an upfront fee and a percentage of boxoffice returns to get the film into theaters.

  • Hi-TV dips into Cookie Jar
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    Canadian kiddie shingle the Cookie Jar Group has inked to give Mexico’s digital TV platform Hi-TV access to 1,200 of its titles. Run by TV Azteca, Hi-TV is expanding following last month’s decision by Mexican communications regulatory body Cofetel to legalize its broadcasting practices.

  • ‘Avatar’ breaks ‘Titanic’ worldwide record
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    “Avatar” is the winner and new worldwide boxoffice champion. After six rounds on the foreign circuit, “Avatar” is now the biggest-grossing film of all time. Distributor 20th Century Fox said the James Cameron mega-budget blockbuster’s worldwide cume — excluding Puerto Rico — was through the weekend just $2 million shy of “Titanic’s” global boxoffice record of $1.843 billion. The distributor confirmed that “Titanic’s” historic benchmark fell as of early Monday.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/22/10 to 01/24/10
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    FilmTotalAvatar, Fox$34,944,081Legion (2010), SGem$17,501,625The Book of Eli, WB$15,732,493The Tooth Fairy, Fox$14,010,409The Lovely Bones, P/DW$8,418,192Sherlock Holmes, WB$6,628,069Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Fox$6,403,504Extraordinary Measures, CBS$6,012,594It’s Complicated, Uni.$5,810,025The Spy Next Door, LGF$4,584,524

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Archives for: January 20105
  • Anne Hathaway to announce Oscar noms
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    Actress Anne Hathaway will join Tom Sherak, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, on Tuesday morning to announce nominations for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. They will unveil the nominees in 10 of Oscar’s 24 categories at a 5:30 a.m. press event at the Academy’s Samuel[…]

  • Service deals becoming popular in indie world
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    A bidding war broke out at Sundance last weekend over the sci-fi entry “Splice,” which stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley. But it wasn’t the typical contest in which distributors vie to see who is willing to pay the most for rights to the hot movie of the moment. Instead, the suitors were offering service deals, under which a movie’s producers pay them an upfront fee and a percentage of boxoffice returns to get the film into theaters.

  • Hi-TV dips into Cookie Jar
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    Canadian kiddie shingle the Cookie Jar Group has inked to give Mexico’s digital TV platform Hi-TV access to 1,200 of its titles. Run by TV Azteca, Hi-TV is expanding following last month’s decision by Mexican communications regulatory body Cofetel to legalize its broadcasting practices.

  • ‘Avatar’ breaks ‘Titanic’ worldwide record
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    “Avatar” is the winner and new worldwide boxoffice champion. After six rounds on the foreign circuit, “Avatar” is now the biggest-grossing film of all time. Distributor 20th Century Fox said the James Cameron mega-budget blockbuster’s worldwide cume — excluding Puerto Rico — was through the weekend just $2 million shy of “Titanic’s” global boxoffice record of $1.843 billion. The distributor confirmed that “Titanic’s” historic benchmark fell as of early Monday.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/22/10 to 01/24/10
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    FilmTotalAvatar, Fox$34,944,081Legion (2010), SGem$17,501,625The Book of Eli, WB$15,732,493The Tooth Fairy, Fox$14,010,409The Lovely Bones, P/DW$8,418,192Sherlock Holmes, WB$6,628,069Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Fox$6,403,504Extraordinary Measures, CBS$6,012,594It’s Complicated, Uni.$5,810,025The Spy Next Door, LGF$4,584,524

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Archives for: January 20105
  • Anne Hathaway to announce Oscar noms
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    Actress Anne Hathaway will join Tom Sherak, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science, on Tuesday morning to announce nominations for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. They will unveil the nominees in 10 of Oscar’s 24 categories at a 5:30 a.m. press event at the Academy’s Samuel[…]

  • Service deals becoming popular in indie world
    Wednesday January 27th 2010

    A bidding war broke out at Sundance last weekend over the sci-fi entry “Splice,” which stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley. But it wasn’t the typical contest in which distributors vie to see who is willing to pay the most for rights to the hot movie of the moment. Instead, the suitors were offering service deals, under which a movie’s producers pay them an upfront fee and a percentage of boxoffice returns to get the film into theaters.

  • Hi-TV dips into Cookie Jar
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    Canadian kiddie shingle the Cookie Jar Group has inked to give Mexico’s digital TV platform Hi-TV access to 1,200 of its titles. Run by TV Azteca, Hi-TV is expanding following last month’s decision by Mexican communications regulatory body Cofetel to legalize its broadcasting practices.

  • ‘Avatar’ breaks ‘Titanic’ worldwide record
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    “Avatar” is the winner and new worldwide boxoffice champion. After six rounds on the foreign circuit, “Avatar” is now the biggest-grossing film of all time. Distributor 20th Century Fox said the James Cameron mega-budget blockbuster’s worldwide cume — excluding Puerto Rico — was through the weekend just $2 million shy of “Titanic’s” global boxoffice record of $1.843 billion. The distributor confirmed that “Titanic’s” historic benchmark fell as of early Monday.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/22/10 to 01/24/10
    Tuesday January 26th 2010

    FilmTotalAvatar, Fox$34,944,081Legion (2010), SGem$17,501,625The Book of Eli, WB$15,732,493The Tooth Fairy, Fox$14,010,409The Lovely Bones, P/DW$8,418,192Sherlock Holmes, WB$6,628,069Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Fox$6,403,504Extraordinary Measures, CBS$6,012,594It’s Complicated, Uni.$5,810,025The Spy Next Door, LGF$4,584,524

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