There’s nothing wrong with having more time – unless it’s being used to simply try and slap a Band-Aid on a wound you desperately hope isn’t an artery cut.
At least this time fans didn’t have to wait for the film’s name to be released before finding out.
For the first time Indiana Jones will take to the theaters without one of its key play players: George Lucas.
The merger would re-unite the two companies despite both maintaining National Amusements as their majority owners.
Sony’s loss might become Leonardo DiCaprio’s gain as the Oscar-winning actor could finally bring Captain Planet to the big screen.
It’s not just about stock prices and profit margins, it’s also about one of the largest science-fiction properties we could ever love, adore and worship.
Multiple filings from defense attorney Erin Ranahan has questioned whether or not CBS and Paramount even own Star Trek.
NBC is showing interest in a procedural drama from Jason Pagan and Andrew Deutschman the network hopes will scare its way into high ratings next year.
Lawyers want to hear more from directors as trial date approaches.
Paramount Pictures has resolved the disagreement with their franchise star.
The 17th-century religious epic could be the longest feature film of the director’s career.
It’s not just a clever title.
If Paramount and CBS are indeed in the process of settling its copyright infringement lawsuit against an “independent” fan-film, it will now have to settle two…
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If you didn’t already know, it looks like moviegoers worldwide really like Ethan Hunt.