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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/25/11 to 03/27/11
    Monday March 28th 2011

    FilmTotalDiary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$23,751,502Sucker Punch, WB$19,058,199Limitless, Rela.$15,055,249The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$10,750,365Rango, Par.$9,772,822Paul, Uni.$7,856,800Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$7,582,566Red Riding Hood, WB$4,311,312The Adjustment Bureau, Uni.$4,290,795Mars Needs Moms, BV$2,258,428

  • Film producers outraged over tax credit cut
    Friday March 25th 2011

    New Brunswick’s independent film producers are warning Premier David Alward’s budget is jeopardizing the future of the province’s multi-million dollar industry. Finance Minister Blaine Higgs announced that the New Brunswick Film Tax Credit will be terminated. Maurice Aubin, the director and producer with Mozus Productions in Moncton and president of New Brunswick’s Film Producers’ Association, said the reverberations of the budget announcement will be felt for years to come.

  • Interviewing Dave Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 2: Coffee, Bruce and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    By TO411 staff writer Daisy Maclean Bruce was a lot harder to track down because of his schedule (the man has more than a few projects on the go), but he very graciously made time to meet me for tea in a local Canadian-owned coffee shop. You’ve kind of become[…]

  • Interviewing David Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 1: Dave, the Phone and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    I recently had a chance to talk with writer/producer David Brady and director Bruce McDonald about their new project Yonge Street: Toronto Rock & Roll stories. The series explores the colourful past of Canada’s musical hub in the 50s and 60s in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Juno Awards. Featuring entertaining interviews with music legends Robbie Roberston, Daniel Lanois, Ronnie Hawkins, John Kay and many more. I arranged to track Dave Brady down at a screening out of town, where he managed to tell me more about his fascinating series between greeting people as they arrived.

  • Part of Lionsgate Suit Against Carl Icahn Dismissed
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    A Manhattan federal judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit by Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. against Carl Icahn that accused the activist investor of plotting to merge the studio with MGM. U.S. District Judge Harold Baer on Wednesday rejected claims that Icahn failed to disclose plans about a possible Lionsgate-MGM merger, in violation of securities law. The suit also said Icahn failed to disclose an agreement to buy the 5.4 percent share in Lionsgate owned by financier Mark Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks basketball team.

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Archives for: March 20115
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/25/11 to 03/27/11
    Monday March 28th 2011

    FilmTotalDiary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$23,751,502Sucker Punch, WB$19,058,199Limitless, Rela.$15,055,249The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$10,750,365Rango, Par.$9,772,822Paul, Uni.$7,856,800Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$7,582,566Red Riding Hood, WB$4,311,312The Adjustment Bureau, Uni.$4,290,795Mars Needs Moms, BV$2,258,428

  • Film producers outraged over tax credit cut
    Friday March 25th 2011

    New Brunswick’s independent film producers are warning Premier David Alward’s budget is jeopardizing the future of the province’s multi-million dollar industry. Finance Minister Blaine Higgs announced that the New Brunswick Film Tax Credit will be terminated. Maurice Aubin, the director and producer with Mozus Productions in Moncton and president of New Brunswick’s Film Producers’ Association, said the reverberations of the budget announcement will be felt for years to come.

  • Interviewing Dave Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 2: Coffee, Bruce and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    By TO411 staff writer Daisy Maclean Bruce was a lot harder to track down because of his schedule (the man has more than a few projects on the go), but he very graciously made time to meet me for tea in a local Canadian-owned coffee shop. You’ve kind of become[…]

  • Interviewing David Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 1: Dave, the Phone and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    I recently had a chance to talk with writer/producer David Brady and director Bruce McDonald about their new project Yonge Street: Toronto Rock & Roll stories. The series explores the colourful past of Canada’s musical hub in the 50s and 60s in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Juno Awards. Featuring entertaining interviews with music legends Robbie Roberston, Daniel Lanois, Ronnie Hawkins, John Kay and many more. I arranged to track Dave Brady down at a screening out of town, where he managed to tell me more about his fascinating series between greeting people as they arrived.

  • Part of Lionsgate Suit Against Carl Icahn Dismissed
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    A Manhattan federal judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit by Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. against Carl Icahn that accused the activist investor of plotting to merge the studio with MGM. U.S. District Judge Harold Baer on Wednesday rejected claims that Icahn failed to disclose plans about a possible Lionsgate-MGM merger, in violation of securities law. The suit also said Icahn failed to disclose an agreement to buy the 5.4 percent share in Lionsgate owned by financier Mark Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks basketball team.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: March 20115
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/25/11 to 03/27/11
    Monday March 28th 2011

    FilmTotalDiary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$23,751,502Sucker Punch, WB$19,058,199Limitless, Rela.$15,055,249The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$10,750,365Rango, Par.$9,772,822Paul, Uni.$7,856,800Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$7,582,566Red Riding Hood, WB$4,311,312The Adjustment Bureau, Uni.$4,290,795Mars Needs Moms, BV$2,258,428

  • Film producers outraged over tax credit cut
    Friday March 25th 2011

    New Brunswick’s independent film producers are warning Premier David Alward’s budget is jeopardizing the future of the province’s multi-million dollar industry. Finance Minister Blaine Higgs announced that the New Brunswick Film Tax Credit will be terminated. Maurice Aubin, the director and producer with Mozus Productions in Moncton and president of New Brunswick’s Film Producers’ Association, said the reverberations of the budget announcement will be felt for years to come.

  • Interviewing Dave Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 2: Coffee, Bruce and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    By TO411 staff writer Daisy Maclean Bruce was a lot harder to track down because of his schedule (the man has more than a few projects on the go), but he very graciously made time to meet me for tea in a local Canadian-owned coffee shop. You’ve kind of become[…]

  • Interviewing David Brady and Bruce McDonald, Part 1: Dave, the Phone and Me
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    I recently had a chance to talk with writer/producer David Brady and director Bruce McDonald about their new project Yonge Street: Toronto Rock & Roll stories. The series explores the colourful past of Canada’s musical hub in the 50s and 60s in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Juno Awards. Featuring entertaining interviews with music legends Robbie Roberston, Daniel Lanois, Ronnie Hawkins, John Kay and many more. I arranged to track Dave Brady down at a screening out of town, where he managed to tell me more about his fascinating series between greeting people as they arrived.

  • Part of Lionsgate Suit Against Carl Icahn Dismissed
    Thursday March 24th 2011

    A Manhattan federal judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit by Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. against Carl Icahn that accused the activist investor of plotting to merge the studio with MGM. U.S. District Judge Harold Baer on Wednesday rejected claims that Icahn failed to disclose plans about a possible Lionsgate-MGM merger, in violation of securities law. The suit also said Icahn failed to disclose an agreement to buy the 5.4 percent share in Lionsgate owned by financier Mark Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks basketball team.

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