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  • THE BRIEF: 10 gifts that keep giving for under your tree
    Wednesday December 22nd 2010

    1) It would have to be the iPad. The best reason to hit the mall and the only reason for the lack of parking once you get there. The iPad is Apple’s latest and greatest piece of technology in the last decade. And it’s undoubtedly the most coveted gift of the season for its elegance of design, its extraordinary capacity to sate our curiosity, indulge our need to play, and basically interact with Apps that give us access to everything the human brain has conjured so far.

  • MGM restructuring becomes official
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    Leo the Lion is coming back to life with MGM’s restructuring plan becoming effective, fresh with $500 million in funding to revamp the storied studio. The company, which made the announcement Monday, said MGM’s secured lenders are exchanging about $5 billion, including accrued interest and fees, for most of the equity in MGM. Spyglass Entertainment toppers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum will serve as co-chairmen and CEOs. “MGM is emerging from one of the most challenging periods of its storied history,” the duo said.

  • Oscar sets the playing field
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    A total of 248 feature films have been declared eligible for a best picture nomination in the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The number of 2010 features eligible for Oscar honors is down 9% from 2009’s tally of 274 films. A total of 281 pics were eligible for the 2008 awards year.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/17/10 to 12/19/10
    Monday December 20th 2010

    FilmTotalTron Legacy, BV$44,026,211Yogi Bear, WB$16,411,322The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$12,388,662The Fighter, Par.$12,135,468Tangled, BV$8,775,344The Tourist, Sony$8,522,287Black Swan, FoxS$8,383,479How Do You Know, Sony$7,484,696Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$5,022,361Unstoppable, Fox$1,843,696

  • Superman coming to Vancouver? It’s up in the air
    Monday December 20th 2010

    Superman may be flying into Vancouver next summer. Then again, he may not. A media report surfaced that the latest film about the Man of Steel will be shot there. This is a spin off the fact that the movie will be directed by Zack Snyder, who has worked here before. But Susan Croome of the B.C. Film Commission says it hasn’t been nailed down just yet. “I haven’t had any confirmation that Superman is green-lit for Vancouver in 2011,” said Croome, just back in town after some meetings in Los Angeles.

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  • THE BRIEF: 10 gifts that keep giving for under your tree
    Wednesday December 22nd 2010

    1) It would have to be the iPad. The best reason to hit the mall and the only reason for the lack of parking once you get there. The iPad is Apple’s latest and greatest piece of technology in the last decade. And it’s undoubtedly the most coveted gift of the season for its elegance of design, its extraordinary capacity to sate our curiosity, indulge our need to play, and basically interact with Apps that give us access to everything the human brain has conjured so far.

  • MGM restructuring becomes official
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    Leo the Lion is coming back to life with MGM’s restructuring plan becoming effective, fresh with $500 million in funding to revamp the storied studio. The company, which made the announcement Monday, said MGM’s secured lenders are exchanging about $5 billion, including accrued interest and fees, for most of the equity in MGM. Spyglass Entertainment toppers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum will serve as co-chairmen and CEOs. “MGM is emerging from one of the most challenging periods of its storied history,” the duo said.

  • Oscar sets the playing field
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    A total of 248 feature films have been declared eligible for a best picture nomination in the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The number of 2010 features eligible for Oscar honors is down 9% from 2009’s tally of 274 films. A total of 281 pics were eligible for the 2008 awards year.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/17/10 to 12/19/10
    Monday December 20th 2010

    FilmTotalTron Legacy, BV$44,026,211Yogi Bear, WB$16,411,322The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$12,388,662The Fighter, Par.$12,135,468Tangled, BV$8,775,344The Tourist, Sony$8,522,287Black Swan, FoxS$8,383,479How Do You Know, Sony$7,484,696Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$5,022,361Unstoppable, Fox$1,843,696

  • Superman coming to Vancouver? It’s up in the air
    Monday December 20th 2010

    Superman may be flying into Vancouver next summer. Then again, he may not. A media report surfaced that the latest film about the Man of Steel will be shot there. This is a spin off the fact that the movie will be directed by Zack Snyder, who has worked here before. But Susan Croome of the B.C. Film Commission says it hasn’t been nailed down just yet. “I haven’t had any confirmation that Superman is green-lit for Vancouver in 2011,” said Croome, just back in town after some meetings in Los Angeles.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • THE BRIEF: 10 gifts that keep giving for under your tree
    Wednesday December 22nd 2010

    1) It would have to be the iPad. The best reason to hit the mall and the only reason for the lack of parking once you get there. The iPad is Apple’s latest and greatest piece of technology in the last decade. And it’s undoubtedly the most coveted gift of the season for its elegance of design, its extraordinary capacity to sate our curiosity, indulge our need to play, and basically interact with Apps that give us access to everything the human brain has conjured so far.

  • MGM restructuring becomes official
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    Leo the Lion is coming back to life with MGM’s restructuring plan becoming effective, fresh with $500 million in funding to revamp the storied studio. The company, which made the announcement Monday, said MGM’s secured lenders are exchanging about $5 billion, including accrued interest and fees, for most of the equity in MGM. Spyglass Entertainment toppers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum will serve as co-chairmen and CEOs. “MGM is emerging from one of the most challenging periods of its storied history,” the duo said.

  • Oscar sets the playing field
    Tuesday December 21st 2010

    A total of 248 feature films have been declared eligible for a best picture nomination in the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The number of 2010 features eligible for Oscar honors is down 9% from 2009’s tally of 274 films. A total of 281 pics were eligible for the 2008 awards year.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/17/10 to 12/19/10
    Monday December 20th 2010

    FilmTotalTron Legacy, BV$44,026,211Yogi Bear, WB$16,411,322The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$12,388,662The Fighter, Par.$12,135,468Tangled, BV$8,775,344The Tourist, Sony$8,522,287Black Swan, FoxS$8,383,479How Do You Know, Sony$7,484,696Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$5,022,361Unstoppable, Fox$1,843,696

  • Superman coming to Vancouver? It’s up in the air
    Monday December 20th 2010

    Superman may be flying into Vancouver next summer. Then again, he may not. A media report surfaced that the latest film about the Man of Steel will be shot there. This is a spin off the fact that the movie will be directed by Zack Snyder, who has worked here before. But Susan Croome of the B.C. Film Commission says it hasn’t been nailed down just yet. “I haven’t had any confirmation that Superman is green-lit for Vancouver in 2011,” said Croome, just back in town after some meetings in Los Angeles.

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