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Winners in Film Slots Named at the 33rd Annual Saturn Awards

2007-05-11 11:05:50

"Superman Returns" topped the event with taking five honors that included those of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor, and Best Director.

"Pirates" Snatches Back World Reign

2006-09-18 02:09:19

"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has returned to the top position of the international box office.

Lionsgate Steps Aboard "3:10 to Yuma"

2006-09-18 01:09:15

Lionsgate has picked up the distribution rights to James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma."

Weekend U.S Box-Office of September 15-17, 2006

2006-09-18 12:09:48

Columbia Pictures' "Gridiron Gang" has made its way to secure the top spot of weekend U.S box-office with $15 million, according to studio estimates.

MGM in Charge of "Rescue Dawn"

2006-09-11 01:09:33

MGM will be the distributor of Werner Herzog's "Rescue Dawn" for all North American regions.

"Pirates" Crosses $1 Billion Mark Overseas

2006-09-11 11:09:07

"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has drawn total sum of $1,002.6 billion to officially become only the third film in history to break $1 billion barrier worldwide.

Top Ten Box-Office Holdovers of the Weekend September 8-10, 2006

2006-09-11 10:09:15

"The Covenant" emerges with $9 million to replace "Invincible" on the top rank of U.S box office of the weekend ended September 10, 2006.

The 63rd Venice Film Festival Big Winners

2006-09-11 09:09:27

Ben Affleck has been named best actor at the Venice Film Festival for his role in "Hollywoodland."

Praise Showering on "World Trade Center"

2006-07-29 10:07:12

Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" gained positive remarks from conservatives and critics.

The 2006 Venice Film Festival Lineups

2006-07-28 04:07:25

"The Fountain" and other movies have been included to be the participants of the 63rd annual Venice Film Festival.

"Hollywoodland" Traces the Trails of 'Superman'

2006-07-08 10:07:56

Focus Features presents a movie about George Reeves, known as Superman on TV of the 1950s.


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