- Should Hollywood Be Afraid of Horror Movies?
Executives were hoping Universal's 'The Purge: Anarchy' would help turn the tide for horror films. Now it's clearer than ever that horror films are no longer as solid an investment as they once were, and that's making Hollywood studios nervous.
- Can 4DX Theaters Bring Audiences Back to the Movies and Bolster the Film Industry?
3-D movies have lost their luster, but a new 4DX experience could give studios a chance to win back audiences and make movies like Transformers: Age Of Extinction even more appealing.
- What Delaying ‘Breaking Bad’ Spin-Off ‘Better Call Saul’ Means to AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc
AMC has had a rough go of it in 2014 with original programming, but the delay of ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off ‘Better Call Saul’ could work in its favor.
- What a ‘Jupiter Ascending’ Delay Means for Warner Brothers, the Wachowskis, and Channing Tatum
The delay of the Wachowskis' next film, 'Jupiter Ascending,' has created a lot of buzz in Hollywood as it was just weeks from its original release date. The delay means different things to all of the film's major players including the directors, its distributor, and its star.
- Weekend Box Office: ‘Fault in Our Stars’ Dazzles, Tom Cruise’s ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Stalls Stateside
Fox's 'The Fault in Our Stars' proved to be a box office winner while Tom Cruise's 'Edge of Tomorrow' had a rough weekend, but still had proved to have legs internationally.
- Is Tom Cruise Still a Bankable Actor?
Tom Cruise has always been a box office presence, but after some negative turns in the spotlight many wonder if his days of profitability are done. Yet even despite 'Edge of Tomorrow' not performing as well as hoped, the actor may still be in a good earning position.
- What ‘Halt and Catch Fire’s’ Low Premiere Ratings Mean to AMC
While AMC's newest series 'Halt and Catch Fire' failed to live up to its name, that doesn't mean the network should be ready to pull the plug ... no matter what the ratings.
- How ‘Silicon Valley’ Helped Reboot HBO’s Comedy Hopes
HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ wraps its first season run tonight and over its eight episodes has proven to be a big success … and one that the network can really use at the moment.
- Will John Malkovich’s ‘Crossbones’ Be a Summer Hit for NBC?
NBC's summer schedule includes a number of big-name projects with "Crossbones" being one of the most interesting. The show represents a way for the network to keep its regular season business model in tact during the summer.
- What New Series Such as ‘The Flash,’ ‘A to Z,’ and ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Say About the State
With all of the networks having revealed their new fall schedules, it's time to take a look at the major trends that have come from those plans, including a few that could be big news.