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People's Choice Gongs Awarded

The People's Choice awards have been given out during a pre-recorded show due to the ongoing effects of the Hollywood writers' strike.With Sunday's Golden Globe awards ceremony already cancelled due to the industrial action, the...

By on 09 January 2008

Depp Top Draw In 2007

Johnny Depp, who was once relegated to relatively low budget films because producers thought him too outr to attract sizable audiences, was named Top Money Making Star for the second year in a row in...

Potter Rules UK Box Office

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has been named as the biggest earner at the UK and Ireland box office in 2007.David Yates' adaptation of the fifth book in JK Rowling's hugely successful...

By on 03 January 2008

Lohan Named 'Worst Actress'

Lindsay Lohan has capped a remarkable 2007 by being named the worst actress of the year.The 21-year-old had the latest in a long line of car crashes in May, attended rehab three times and spent...

By on 02 January 2008

Depp Proud To Make Woman Laugh For First Time In Years

JOHNNY DEPP has been left immensely proud of his work on the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN films - after a stranger told him his performances made his sick wife laugh for the first time in...

Pirates Recall

In what amounts to a recall of its high-definition Blu-ray edition of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Disney has informed purchasers that it will replace the discs with ones that...

Pirates Again Sales To The Top

After mostly lackluster DVD sales this season, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment unit shipped Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End to retailers last week and consumers promptly snatched up 8 million copies, according to...

Two More Movies Derailed By Strike

There will be no overture for a new movie about William Tell, at least while the writers' strike remains in effect. Spyglass productions on Wednesday announced that Ironbow: The Legend of William Tell would be...

Mann And Depp Are Public Enemies

Johnny Depp has signed a deal to step into the shoes of one of the most famous gangsters in US history, according to industry reports.The Pirates of the Caribbean star is reportedly to play John...

By on 06 December 2007

Dvd Sales Spin Down

For the first year since DVDs came on the market a decade ago, studios and retailers are expected to report a sales decline in the format this year. The New York Post reported today (Tuesday)...

Blu-ray Is High-def Champ In Europe

In Europe, Blu-ray appears to be winning the competition against HD DVD handily, the Blu-Ray Disc Association European Promotions Committee boasted on Wednesday. It cited figures from Media Control GfK International that show Blu-ray discs...

Enchanted Lives Up To Its Name

Disney had some Enchanted weekend, with its latest hand-drawn animated/live romance drawing $50.05 million over the five days, $35.3 million over the weekend. "I think Disney has a major hit on their hands,'' Paul Dergarabedian,...

Bruckheimer Lends Photos To Vessel

Hollywood producer JERRY BRUCKHEIMER has loaned his personal photographs of the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN set to help raise funds for a damaged ship in the U.K. The Oscar winner's series of more than 30...

Hollywood Big Hitters Take On Internet Cafe

Five top Hollywood studios are suing a Chinese-based website and an internet cafe they claim help web users illegally download movies including PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN. Twentieth Century Fox, Walt Disney, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures...

Studios, Claiming Piracy, Hit Chinese Online Service

The five major studios, Fox, Disney, Paramount, Sony, and Universal, have joined in a lawsuit against the Chinese online service Beijing Jeboo and the Shanghai East Cybercafe, accusing them of providing illegal downloads of their...

Hawaii May Lose Lost

The impact of the strike of the Writers Guild of America is being felt even in Hawaii, where filming of Lost is expected to shut down by the end of next week, according to the...

Disney Chief: Strike Could Cause "Indelible Damage"

A day after News Corp. President and COO Peter Chernin said that the writers' strike could actually benefit his company since it has a number of non-scripted and animated shows in the works -- including...

Bloom Cleared Over Hit-and-run

Orlando Bloom has been cleared by US prosecutors over any potential hit-and-run and drink driving charges after a collision earlier this month.The British actor had been involved in a crash in Los Angeles after being...

By on 27 October 2007

Potter Leads Bafta Kids' Nods

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has worked its magic to lead the nominations at this year's children's Baftas.The fifth film in the wizarding series will compete against penguin animation Happy Feet and...

By on 22 October 2007

Crook Desperate To Become Next Doctor Who

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN star MACKENZIE CROOK is desperate to become the next DOCTOR WHO - and insists he'd be great in the show's title role. The actor wants to follow in the footsteps of...

Bloom 'Sober' In La Crash

Orlando Bloom was not under the influence when he drove his Toyota Matrix into two parked cars yesterday morning, police have confirmed.The Pirates of the Caribbean star was at the wheel when his car was...

By on 13 October 2007

Jlc Picks Up Two Comedy Awards

Comedian Justin Lee Collins has claimed two gongs at the Loaded Laftas Comedy Awards.The Bristolian was named funniest man, as well as picking up the funniest double act award for his partnership with Friday Night...

By on 04 October 2007

Saldana Expected To Take Uhura Role

Zoe Saldana is tipped to take the role of Lieutenant Uhura in the latest Star Trek movie.The Drumline and Pirates of the Caribbean star is reportedly in final negotiations about her role in the film,...

By on 18 September 2007

Columnist Warns Hollywood On Sequels Reliance

Although the movie business chalked up a record $4 billion in revenue this past summer season, it may be facing a severe downturn next year if it continues to rely on hits of the past,...

Hollywood Reports Bumper Summer

Hollywood studios have reported an exceptional summer with worldwide ticket sales crossing the $4 billion (2 billion) mark and beating sales records set in 2004.Trade magazine Variety reports that films performed extremely well, as earnings...

By on 04 September 2007

Halloween Film Tops Us Summer Box Office

A remake of horror film Halloween has topped the US box office with opening weekend takings of $26.5 million (13.14 million).The horror film comfortably overtook last week's number one Superbad as movie studios celebrate the...

By on 03 September 2007

Knightley: I Did Pirates Without A Script

Actress Keira Knightley has said that she played scenes in the Pirates of the Caribbean films without a script.In an interview appearing in the October issue of Empire Magazine, the star, who was first noticed...

By on 31 August 2007

New Canadian Anti-camording Law Fails To Halt Pirates

New Canadian laws imposing greater restrictions and penalties on theater patrons camcording movies from their seats have apparently had little effect in Montreal, where much of the illegal camcording takes place, according to Bloomberg News....

Superbad Retains Hold On Us Box Office

Teen comedy Superbad has retained the top position at the US box office for the second consecutive week.The coming of age comedy grossed $18 million (8.92 million) making it this year's third film to stay...

By on 27 August 2007

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