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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/28/10 to 05/30/10
    Monday May 31st 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$43,405,000Sex and the City 2, WB (NL)$31,145,000Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, BV$30,100,000Iron Man 2, Par.$16,336,000Robin Hood, Uni.$10,305,000Letters to Juliet, Sum.$5,900,000Just Wright, FoxS$2,150,000Date Night, Fox$1,800,000MacGruber, Uni.$1,553,000How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,063,000

  • Canadian film gets boffo launch at box office
    Monday May 31st 2010

    “It’s been a long, hard journey to make it to this point. Many times I thought it would collapse under its own weight.” Director Vincenzo Natali is talking about Splice, his remarkable sci-fi thriller that opens on 3,000 screens across North America on Friday. It’s blockbuster season, so that number[…]

  • Guillermo del Toro leaves ‘The Hobbit’
    Monday May 31st 2010

    After spending the last two years developing “The Hobbit” as his latest directing project, Guillermo del Toro has announced he is leaving the helm of the J. R. R. Tolkien adaptation.

  • Inside Out Festival celebrates its 20th year
    Friday May 28th 2010

    The largest Film and Video Festival in Canada devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender topics, opened on the weekend in Toronto. The Inside Out Film Festival is celebrating the end of its second decade this year, can you remember what you were doing twenty years ago? (it was the 90s, I had trouble too). Better still, can you remember how many gay and lesbian friends you had that were out? Compare that to now.

  • UFC sets up Toronto office
    Thursday May 27th 2010

    Looking to muscle his way into Ontario, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White has opened an office in Toronto, and named former Canadian Football League commissioner Tom Wright to head up UFC Canada as president and top lobbyist. The UFC already does 17% of its new media and pay-per-view TV business in Canada. The UFC also wants to set up its stall in Toronto, considering the rich broadcast rights dollars and gate receipts up for grabs locally.

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Archives for: May 20105
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/28/10 to 05/30/10
    Monday May 31st 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$43,405,000Sex and the City 2, WB (NL)$31,145,000Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, BV$30,100,000Iron Man 2, Par.$16,336,000Robin Hood, Uni.$10,305,000Letters to Juliet, Sum.$5,900,000Just Wright, FoxS$2,150,000Date Night, Fox$1,800,000MacGruber, Uni.$1,553,000How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,063,000

  • Canadian film gets boffo launch at box office
    Monday May 31st 2010

    “It’s been a long, hard journey to make it to this point. Many times I thought it would collapse under its own weight.” Director Vincenzo Natali is talking about Splice, his remarkable sci-fi thriller that opens on 3,000 screens across North America on Friday. It’s blockbuster season, so that number[…]

  • Guillermo del Toro leaves ‘The Hobbit’
    Monday May 31st 2010

    After spending the last two years developing “The Hobbit” as his latest directing project, Guillermo del Toro has announced he is leaving the helm of the J. R. R. Tolkien adaptation.

  • Inside Out Festival celebrates its 20th year
    Friday May 28th 2010

    The largest Film and Video Festival in Canada devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender topics, opened on the weekend in Toronto. The Inside Out Film Festival is celebrating the end of its second decade this year, can you remember what you were doing twenty years ago? (it was the 90s, I had trouble too). Better still, can you remember how many gay and lesbian friends you had that were out? Compare that to now.

  • UFC sets up Toronto office
    Thursday May 27th 2010

    Looking to muscle his way into Ontario, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White has opened an office in Toronto, and named former Canadian Football League commissioner Tom Wright to head up UFC Canada as president and top lobbyist. The UFC already does 17% of its new media and pay-per-view TV business in Canada. The UFC also wants to set up its stall in Toronto, considering the rich broadcast rights dollars and gate receipts up for grabs locally.

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Archives for: May 20105
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/28/10 to 05/30/10
    Monday May 31st 2010

    FilmTotalShrek Forever After, P/DW$43,405,000Sex and the City 2, WB (NL)$31,145,000Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, BV$30,100,000Iron Man 2, Par.$16,336,000Robin Hood, Uni.$10,305,000Letters to Juliet, Sum.$5,900,000Just Wright, FoxS$2,150,000Date Night, Fox$1,800,000MacGruber, Uni.$1,553,000How to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$1,063,000

  • Canadian film gets boffo launch at box office
    Monday May 31st 2010

    “It’s been a long, hard journey to make it to this point. Many times I thought it would collapse under its own weight.” Director Vincenzo Natali is talking about Splice, his remarkable sci-fi thriller that opens on 3,000 screens across North America on Friday. It’s blockbuster season, so that number[…]

  • Guillermo del Toro leaves ‘The Hobbit’
    Monday May 31st 2010

    After spending the last two years developing “The Hobbit” as his latest directing project, Guillermo del Toro has announced he is leaving the helm of the J. R. R. Tolkien adaptation.

  • Inside Out Festival celebrates its 20th year
    Friday May 28th 2010

    The largest Film and Video Festival in Canada devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender topics, opened on the weekend in Toronto. The Inside Out Film Festival is celebrating the end of its second decade this year, can you remember what you were doing twenty years ago? (it was the 90s, I had trouble too). Better still, can you remember how many gay and lesbian friends you had that were out? Compare that to now.

  • UFC sets up Toronto office
    Thursday May 27th 2010

    Looking to muscle his way into Ontario, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White has opened an office in Toronto, and named former Canadian Football League commissioner Tom Wright to head up UFC Canada as president and top lobbyist. The UFC already does 17% of its new media and pay-per-view TV business in Canada. The UFC also wants to set up its stall in Toronto, considering the rich broadcast rights dollars and gate receipts up for grabs locally.

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