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Though failing to match the impressive opening of its predecessor 'The Da Vinci Code', Tom Hanks-starring 'Angels and Demons' digs up enough gold at the weekend box office to top 'Star Trek' earning.
Topping the North American and some foreign box office, 'Star Trek' easily garners the biggest Trek opening yet and makes a history by being the biggest-grossing weekend ever in IMAX.
Despite early online leak in April, 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' still kicks off the summer season with a big bang, becoming the number 1 bankable movie at the North American box office this weekend.
Scoring a bigger number than expected, Beyonce Knowles-starring 'Obsessed' hit no.1 at the North American box office over the weekend.
The special screening event for 'The Soloist' was attended by Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr. as well as the real-life Nathaniel Ayers and Steve Lopez, who become the subjects of the film.
'Doubt', the drama movie that teams up Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams, will be opening the 2008 AFI FEST Film Festival on October 30.
Being delayed to 2009, the musical drama starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr., 'The Soloist', has been pulled out from its opening night slot at the 2008 AFI FEST Film Festival.
The drama movie starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr. is now listed to be a March 2009 flick, while Daniel Craig-starring 'Defiance' will be widely released in January 2009.
Initially expected to be outed by mid-summer 2008, the full length theatrical trailer of the J.J. Abrams' highly anticipated sci-fi is most likely to be released in November.
The first glance into DreamWorks drama musical about a schizophrenic and homeless musical prodigy named Nathaniel Ayers.
Oscar nominee Robert Downey Jr. has been billed to play L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez opposite Jamie Foxx's Nathaniel Ayers in based-on-true-story drama "The Soloist."
Oscar winner Jamie Foxx will portray a real-life music prodigy who suffered from schizophrenia in DreamWorks Pictures' new drama "The Soloist."