Relatives of some those who died in the Aurora, Colorado, theater shooting last month accuse the charity raising money for their benefit of ignoring their demands to help decide how to spend it.
Looks like the mercurial Jay Gatsby will remain mysteriously out of reach for a bit longer.
The July 20 shooting spree at a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado, seems ultimately to have had a relatively modest impact on the release of the superhero blockbuster, at least in terms of its box-office performance.
The early Friday release of "The Dark Knight Rises" was one of the most eagerly anticipated movie events of the summer.
One of the most intriguing movies of 2012 is now one of the most intriguing movies of 2013.
An Australian stunt actor is suing Warner Bros. studio claiming he suffered permanent brain damage while working as Ed Helms' stunt double for the filming of "Hangover 2," court documents said.
Warner Bros. filed court papers on Monday indicating they intend to digitally alter the tattoo on Ed Helms' character's face when "The Hangover Part II" is released on home video, according to court documents. Tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who gave Mike Tyson the Maori-style tattoo that the film references, sued the company for copyright infringement.
Addiction specialist and HLN host Dr. Drew Pinsky weighs in on the behavior of actor Charlie Sheen.
In a bid to get more eyeballs on its movies, one major studio is looking to turn Facebook into a movie-streaming service.
Despite stopping production on the sitcom "Two and a Half Men," Warner Bros. Television said Tuesday it will pay the show's crew for the four episodes initially set to begin production this week.
The good news for the producers of "Two and a Half Men" is that Charlie Sheen's meltdown happened during the show's eighth season, and not the first.
Here are four possibilities for who could play the Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner characters
For those of you too busy downloading the entire Beatles catalogue to check out entertainment news, the second-to-last "Harry Potter" movie debuts Friday.
Daniel Radcliffe and the cast of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows' hit the red carpet for the premiere on Monday.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who appeared on "The Tyra Show" as a self-described sex addict is suing the daytime talk show host for up to $3 million, claiming the show flew the girl, Jewel Ciera Washington, to New York and put her on TV without parental consent or the proper work papers required by the state of Georgia.
Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday recorded its highest quarterly profit in company history, easily beating Wall Street's forecasts.
Charlie Sheen has told friends that he wants out of the CBS show "Two and a Half Men," his rep confirmed to CNN.
Ticket prices will be going up at movie theaters across the country this weekend as the entertainment industry looks to cash in on growing demand for 3-D movies following the success of "Avatar" and "Alice in Wonderland."
The boxed set: Criticized for its brick-like presence. Victim of grammatical ineptitude (it's usually called the "box set," which is what? A collection of boxes?). Subject of a hilarious Barenaked Ladies song.
Now that video game sales have eclipsed Hollywood box office revenues and sales of music CDs, you can bet your bitmaps some extraordinarily good games were released in 2009.
After a long and troubled production, Warner Bros.' "Where the Wild Things Are" found its supper waiting, and it was hot to the tune of $32.5 million, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" made $22.2 million at its midnight showings Wednesday, setting a new record.
The end is closer than the beginning.
The stars of "Harry Potter" walk the red carpet at the world premiere of their latest film. CNN's Myleene Klass reports.
A version of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" that leaked to the Web may hurt the movie at the box office.
When the highly anticipated movie "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" opened Friday in theaters, many fans had already seen it.
It seemed like a good idea at the time: Skip the "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience" -- the only major wide release this weekend and more or less review-proof -- and check out the new releases down at the local DVD store instead.
They have come to glimpse the miracle. They have come to witness the revolution. They have come for "Watchmen" -- the allegedly unfilmable superhero movie, the long-awaited adaptation of the comic book that changed the face of comic books forever.
If a bed and 14 other antiques up for sale in New York next week look familiar, it might be that you saw them in a movie.
De Niro, Pacino together was once an unmissable cinematic moment; now it's greeted with indifference in Hollywood. Here's why
Bill Melendez, the animator who gave life to Snoopy, Charlie Brown and other Peanuts characters in scores of movies and TV specials, has died. He was 91
Movie grosses this summer just about matched last year's big numbers. But it wouldn't have happened without Batman
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince the sixth installment in the blockbuster film franchise about boy wizard Harry, is moving from its planned Nov. 21 release to July 17, 2009
The Dark Knight beat Spider-Man 3, drawing $155 million. The secret: good word of mouth, plus lots of Heath Ledger
The future of television is changing before our eyes, as media giants scramble to stake their claims in the wilderness of Internet video.
Hollywood writers who went on strike against studios and producers may be back to work as early as Monday, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Hollywood reacted with shock Tuesday to the death of Heath Ledger.
This month on the Screening Room we're turning to the wonderful world of animated films.
Warner Brothers Home Entertainment announced Friday that it will begin offering its high-definition DVDs exclusively in the Blu-ray disc format, striking a major blow in the marketplace battle between Blu-ray and HD DVD.
Russ Leatherman previews this weekend's new movies: 'Good Luck Chuck,' 'Resident Evil: Extinction,' and 'Into the Wild.'
The undead of "Resident Evil" still have plenty of life in them.
Warner Bros. plans to launch a Web site early next year that will allow users to interact with its cast of animated characters, create personal profiles and watch original online episodes.
"Superbad" was super good at the box office, proving that a no-name cast could hold its own amid A-list summer blockbusters.
Exclusive release arrangements, plus aggressive price cuts for high-def DVD players, are designed to persuade consumers to finally choose between HD DVD or Blu-ray
"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" whisked its way to No. 1 at movie box offices with weekend ticket sales of $77.4 million and a five-day total of just over $140 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
"Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" caught a wave of moviegoers to the No. 1 spot at the weekend North American box office, according to studio estimates as of Sunday morning.
Leeza Gibbons' dance resume consists of a tap class in grade school and another that her teenage daughter, Lexi, talked her into taking a couple years ago.
After conquering the North American box office for the last two weekends, the ancient warriors of "300" lost the lead to historical figures from another distant era, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The fanboys are raring for this one. As of Wednesday, two days before "300" opened, the Internet Movie Database gave director Zack Snyder's historical epic a user rating of 8.6 out of 10, based on more than 7,000 votes. The breakdown reveals that 6,000 of the voters are males under the age of 29, and that more than 80 percent rated the film a perfect 10. (The figures weren't much changed as of Friday.)
Film star Leonardo DiCaprio is slated to produce and star in a new film on the collapse of the giant energy company Enron, Warner Bros. movie studio said Tuesday.
Warner Bros. movie studios struck a deal Monday to let some of its top films be sold through online site Guba.com, its second agreement involving technology companies that once threatened to destroy it.
Say what you want about Time Warner. The company has not had a problem making hit movies over the past few years. But this year, Time Warner needs Clark Kent to really make a "super" return.
Lots of people think they have the toughest job in Hollywood. Tom Cruise's publicist. The EMT on the Jackass set. The guy who played Gollum in the Lord of the Rings movies.
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Lots of people think they have the toughest job in Hollywood. Tom Cruise's publicist. The EMT on the "Jackass" set. The guy who played Gollum in the "Lord of the Rings" movies.
How can a European startup afford to lease cars to customers for $230 a month, insurance and maintenance included? Easy: by covering the autos with advertising and outfitting them with GPS tracking...
Combining two of America's greatest passions -- marketing and religion -- niche firms in Hollywood are discovering that selling films to audiences of faith pays.
Can a few kid flicks salvage what has been a miserable year in the movie business? For just the second time in two decades, box office revenues are down--by about 8% through late October. But the e...
It's no secret that this has not been the best of years for Hollywood.
Superman is back.
Distributing movies digitally could save Hollywood nearly $1 billion a year. Theater owners love the idea too, since it would let them quickly shift their offerings to meet demand. But so far, neit...
Locked in an epic battle over home video piracy in China, Warner Bros. Entertainment apparently is trying a new tactic and one that the movie studio would be highly unlikely to try at home.
Leave it to four zoo animals to do justice to one of the most formulaic of movie genres, the fish-out-of-water story -- and do it with an energy that would make Warner Bros. animators like Tex Avery proud.
The term art collector can be intimidating. To most of us it implies a wealth of cultural and historical knowledge, a high-class sophistication bordering on stuffiness, and huge piles of money—in s...
Alexander the Great conquered a nice chunk of the world before he died young. The makers of "Alexander," the three-hour Oliver Stone saga about the Greek warrior's life, are banking on a similar conquest before it's too late.
If you're looking for a gift with soul, no problem.
Suffering from post-election withdrawal?
In 1999, director David O. Russell showed the world a different side of battle in "Three Kings," a film set during the first Persian Gulf War.
American audiences prove, year after year at the box office and Nielsen desk, that they love their criminals.
He's still got lightning speed, Herculean strength and an uncanny ability to stick to walls.
Hollywood will start placing a series of $100-plus million bets this Friday, as the summer's big-budget blockbusters begin their assault on the nation's multiplexes.
The much anticipated finale of the hit television show "Friends" will end up being a very short farewell, as a DVD of that episode will be in stores within days of its May 6 airing.
The three most important words in animation? Location, location, location. Noodlesoup, a three-year-old company, has inked freelance work for Saatchi & Saatchi and Warner Brothers in large part by ...
Off the job, Jim Citrin is his own career tracker; he has logged the miles he's run, biked, and swum in the past 16 years: 29,848--"more than once around the world, isn't it?" Yes, Jim, it is. Week...
ABC's Fantasy Island remake flopped two years ago, but the network's co-chairman Stu Bloomberg seems to be living in the imaginary paradise. Ask him about the pending writers and actors strike, and...
In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock filmed the horror classic Psycho for about $1 million. This summer, Warner Bros. released The Perfect Storm, a movie that cost a reported $140 million. Is the staggering d...
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As the '90s fade into memory, here's a look back at some of the decade's finest music. (Part three in a series.)
THE GO Whatcha Doin' (Sub Pop): A garage in Detroit. A cooler of beer on the cement floor. A bunch of guys banging their crania to dumb, trashy riffs. Got a problem with that?
With the broadcast networks losing market share and making slim profits, you'd think they'd be focused on creating new hits. Alas, programming a TV network in a world of clashing media titans isn't...
Pity Josh Dare. Whenever someone decides to bash the home-video format Divx--and this happens pretty often, since Divx is probably the most maligned consumer-electronics launch since the Apple Newt...
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Echo Warner Bros.
Anthropologist Hortense Powdermaker, in her 1949 book Hollywood, the Dream Factory, writes that for all their glamour, the movie studios of her era were not too impressive: "They combine a bungalow...
THE WALT DISNEY CO. began the star-struck craze in 1987 with a Glendale, Calif. store promoting Mickey and pals. Now there are 253 Disney shops, selling such items as Belle ball gowns ($25) and Ala...
AMONG the more improbable scripts to emerge from Hollywood in recent years is the story of the movie industry's own box office comeback. After a drop in admissions and theatrical revenues in the mi...
The early reviews of Inside Warner Bros. (1935-51) have told you to read the book for its entertainment value, which is indeed considerable. But long before I had finished Rudy Behlmer's superbly e...
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