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Weekend Report (cont.): Final 'Night at the Museum' Narrowly Tops 'Annie'

2 hours ago | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

<< Continued from "Weekend Report: 'Hobbit' Emerges Victorious in Final Box Office 'Battle'"Playing at 3,785 locations, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb opened to an estimated $17.3 million this weekend. That's a fraction of the last movie's $54.2 million debut, though that did open over Memorial Day weekend (when the opening frame is much more significant). A better comparison is the first Night at the Museum, which earned $30.4 million on the same weekend back in 2006.More recent comparisons are Fox three-quels The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, which opened to $24 million and $23.2 million, respectively. If the final Night at the Museum follows the same pattern as those movies, it will wind up with less than $100 million total.The second Night at the Museum movie earned 29 percent less than the first, which suggested that the novelty of the original movie had quickly worn off. »

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Forecast (cont.): 'Night at the Museum,' 'Annie' Open Ahead of Christmas Holiday

17 December 2014 2:14 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

<< Continued from 'Forecast: Will Moviegoers Show Up One Last Time for 'The Hobbit'?Playing at 3,783 theaters, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is also aiming to be the final chapter in its franchise: the poster's tagline reads "One Final Night To Save the Day."After opening on this same weekend back in 2006, the original Night at the Museum wound up earning a massive $250.9 million. Two-and-a-half years later, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian wasn't quite as impressive, earning $177.2 million (down 29 percent from the first movie).There's been a five-and-a-half year gap between the second and the third installment, which begs the question: does anyone care about this series anymore? Star Ben Stiller has been down this road before with Little Fockers, which opened six years after its predecessor. That didn't work out so well, as Little Fockers wound up earning 47 percent less than Meet the Fockers. »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Wild movie review (London Film Festival)

15 December 2014 6:05 AM, PST | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

A film full of spectacular landscapes of both the natural world and the human spirit. This is what it looks like when women get to be people onscreen. I’m “biast” (pro): I am desperate for stories about women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Cheryl Strayed was a mess. She was in the midst of divorcing her husband; she’d ruined their marriage with her constant random fucking of strangers. She was using heroin. She was lost. So, in the summer of 1995, she figured maybe she might be able to find herself by hiking a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. Which she did. And then she wrote a book about her transformative experience. And now it’s a movie.

Please, everyone stop with the “Oh, this is the movie where »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Robert De Niro says he’ll appear in David O. Russell’s 'Joy'

17 November 2014 10:07 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Does Robert De Niro feel indebted to David O. Russell? His Best Supporting Actor nomination for 2012’s "Silver Linings Playbook" came 20 years after his last flirtation with the Academy, a Best Actor nod for 1991’s "Cape Fear." Many suspected that De Niro was done giving the all that earned him statues for "Raging Bull" and "The Godfather: Part II." Movies like "Little Fockers," "New Year's Eve" and "Righteous Kill" paid the bills — why chase awards fodder? And then "Silver Linings Playbook" came along, throwing the pessimistic theory out the window. De Niro kept a good thing going, reuniting with Russell for a bit part in "American Hustle," making him part of the director’s regular roster. From the sound of it, the working relationship isn’t slowing down: From De Niro’s mouth, he will costar in the director’s next project. Previously reported to be in talks for a role, »

- Matt Patches

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Holiday 2014 Forecast: 'The Interview'

5 November 2014 1:26 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

<< Back to Holiday 2014 ForecastThe InterviewRelease Date: December 25thStudio: Sony/ColumbiaGenre: ComedyDirector: Seth Rogen & Evan GoldbergWriters: Dan SterlingCast: James Franco, Seth Rogen, Lizzy CaplanStudio Description: Dave Skylark (Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show "Skylark Tonight." When they discover that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they land an interview with him in an attempt to legitimize themselves as journalists. As Dave and Aaron prepare to travel to Pyongyang, their plans change when the CIA recruits them, perhaps the two least-qualified men imaginable, to assassinate Kim Jong-un.Analysis: The Interview arrives seven months after Neighbors, which became star Seth Rogen's highest-grossing live-action movie ever with $150.1 million. It also marks the second directorial outing for Rogen and Evan Goldberg after last Summer's This is the End, which also topped $100 million.While the Rogen brand has probably never been stronger, »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Holiday 2014 Forecast: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'

4 November 2014 5:25 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

<< Back to Holiday 2014 ForecastNight at the Museum: Secret of the TombRelease Date: December 19th Studio: 20th Century FoxGenre: Family AdventureDirector: Shawn LevyWriters: David Guion & Michael HandelmanCast: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dan Stevens, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ben Kingsley, Rebel Wilson, Rami Malek, Ricky Gervais, Rachael Harris, Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney, Bill CobbsStudio Description: Larry (Ben Stiller) spans the globe, while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.Analysis: Eight years after the first Night at the Museum earned a massive $250.9 million, the franchise comes to an end with Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. Will this third outing be able to recreate the success of the previous installments?Probably not. The second movie, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian earned substantially less than its predecessor (down 29 percent to $177.2 million), which suggests that moviegoers were already tiring of the »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Key & Peele Stars Will Topline Keanu

21 October 2014 8:34 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

After exploding on Comedy Central with their sketch series Key & Peele, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are heading to the big screen for their first joint film project, titled Keanu.

The movie, centering on two friends who masquerade as drug dealers to infiltrate the criminal underworld in hopes of retrieving a purloined cat (the Keanu of the title), won out over a Police Academy reboot, a Judd Apatow flick and a spinoff of Mr. Garvey, aka Substitute Teacher, as the duo’s first big-screen starring vehicle.

Though the pair co-starred in FX’s Fargo and have had separate gigs in films like The Lego Movie and Let’s Be Cops (Key) and Wanderlust and Little Fockers (Peele), Keanu will serve as their first joint film.

Peele and Alex Rubens, who has written for Key & Peele and also Community, handled script-writing duties. Said Peele:

“The movie should resonate with a »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Key And Peele Get Catnapped With ‘Keanu’

21 October 2014 12:20 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Comedy Central duo Key and Peele are set to start their first film together at New Line Cinema – and it features a kidnapped feline.

Keanu tells the story of the stolen moggy (called Keanu we assume) who’s swiped by a criminal gang. Friends and family must infiltrate the crime underworld to rescue the purloined puss.

The pair have been thinking about feature films for a while now, with a Police Academy reboot and a Key and Peele spinoff on the table. But it looks like the cat’s the winner.

Peele wrote the script along with Alex Rubens, another show writer. Filming starts in La next April and it looks like Peter Atencio might be lined up to direct.

Both  Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are no strangers to film – Key in The Lego Movie and Let’S Be Cops, and Peele in Wanderlust and Little Fockers, however this »

- Claire Joanne Huxham

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‘Key & Peele’ In New Line Deal For First Joint Film, About Purloined Feline ‘Keanu’

20 October 2014 8:07 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Comedy Central series stars Key & Peele’s Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have set their first joint film project at New Line. Titled Keanu, the film is set to start production next spring. The title refers not to the actor who played Neo in The Matrix, but rather to a kidnapped cat.

Said Peele: “The movie should resonate with a large audience as almost everyone has had a house pet stolen by a street gang, right?”

The pair worked together on Mad TV  and have seen their Comedy Central sketches develop a strong viral following. They have been circling numerous film projects for the past few months, including a Police Academy reboot, an untitled Judd Apatow feature and a spinoff of Mr. Garvey, aka Substitute Teacher, a popular character on the show. Keanu tells the story of friends who pose as drug dealers to infiltrate the criminal underworld, »

- Scott Bowles

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Stephen Chbosky Discovers Santa Is Real

9 October 2014 5:02 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Sticking with Christmas films, though on completely the opposite tack to Dario Argento today, New Regency and Walden Media have just announced Santa Is Real. Stephen Chbosky (The Perks Of Being A Wallflower) will direct the musical, which is based on a forthcoming book by Charles E. Hall and Brett Witter.Not actually a story about Father Christmas per se, the book and film focus on the "true life fable" of co-author Hall, who has played Santa in the Christmas Spectacular at New York's Radio City Music Hall for an extraordinary 27 years.When Radio City stopped showing films in 1979 it looked to be in trouble. But bumping up the Christmas show from a modest half-hour to a 90-minute extravaganza was the saving of it. The move was also the saving of Hall, a struggling actor who bagged the role of St Nick and ended up making it his life's purpose. »

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The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’s Stephen Chbosky To Helm Santa Is Real

9 October 2014 2:32 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It’s a question heard throughout many homes during the holiday season. No, not “Who spiked the eggnog with lighter fuel?” We’re talking about the big man himself, Santa Claus, and whether or not he truly exists. I’m still out on this one, but it seems that one filmmaker firmly believes in Saint Nicholas. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower writer-director, Stephen Chbosky, has signed up to helm the festival family romp Santa Is Real, which will also double as a musical to add a dose of extra holiday jollies!

Walden Media and New Regency are behind the pic, which is based on the upcoming novel Santa Claus Is for Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing, by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter. However, despite the title, the novel is not about The Santa Claus, who is oft spotted chomping down on mince pies »

- Gem Seddon

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‘Rent’ Screenwriter Stephen Chbosky to Direct Musical ‘Santa Is Real’

9 October 2014 12:22 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Rent” screenwriter Stephen Chbosky has been hired to directed the musical “Santa Is Real” for New Regency and Walden Media, the companies announced Thursday. Larry Stuckey (“Little Fockers”) will write the family film, which Stacey Sher and Alexandra Milchan will produce with Walden Media. Also read: Miles Teller, Emma Watson Circling Damien Chazelle's Musical ‘La La Land’ (Exclusive) “Santa Is Real” is based on the upcoming book “Santa Claus Is For Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing” by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter, which Random House will publish on Oct. 14. The film tells the story of Charles E. Hall, »

- Jeff Sneider

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'Perks of Being a Wallflower' director to helm 'Santa Is Real' musical

9 October 2014 11:59 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

New Regency and Walden Media have partnered to develop Santa Is Real, a musical family film directed by Perks of Being a Wallflower's Stephen Chbosky and written by Little Fockers' Larry Stuckey. The film, which is based on the upcoming book, Santa Claus Is For Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing from Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter, follows Charles E. Hall, the man who plays Santa in Radio City's Christmas Spectacular. Hall took the job as a struggling actor, but according to a press release, "the role ended up saving his life." And as a result, »

- Samantha Highfill

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Director Stephen Chbosky to Follow The Perks Of Being A Wallflower with Santa Is Real

9 October 2014 11:04 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Well this is certainly an unexpected project for The Perks of Being a Wallflower writer/director Stephen Chbosky to tackle as his followup, but that probably means it's the interesting, right thing to do. Chbosky is attached to direct Santa is Real, a family musical from New Regency and Walden Media.  The script will be written by Larry Stuckey (who also wrote Little Fockers.) This movie is actually based on a true story that will be chronicled in the upcoming book by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter titled Santa Claus Is For Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing.  I didn't really think this would be the next move for Chbosky, but that's what I get for making assumptions.  Hit the jump for more on Santa is Real. THR had the story on this new project. Here's the official synopsis for the book: A heartwarming »

- Evan Dickson

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‘Santa Is Real’ Musical Movie in the Works from ‘Perks of Being a Wallflower’ Director

9 October 2014 10:43 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

New Regency and Walden Media are partnering to develop, finance and produce the musical family film “Santa Is Real.”

Stephen Chbosky (“The Perks of Being a Wallflower”) is set to direct and Larry Stuckey (“Little Fockers”) will write. Stacey Sher and Alexandra Milchan are producing with Walden Media.

The movie is based on the upcoming book “Santa Claus Is For Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing” by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter.

Random House is publishing the book on Oct. 14.

The film tells the story of Charles E. Hall, who was a struggling actor when he began playing Santa in Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular. He’s been in the role for the past 27 years.

Walden Media’s Naia Cucukov will oversee the project on behalf of Walden.

New Regency is in production on Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s “The Revenant” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy »

- Dave McNary

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'Perks of Being a Wallflower' Director Tackling 'Santa Is Real' for New Regency, Walden

9 October 2014 10:22 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

It’s Christmas in October for New Regency and Walden Media. The two companies have partnered up to develop, finance and produce a musical family film titled Santa Is Real. Stephen Chbosky, who directed critical darling The Perks of Being a Wallflower, is on board to helm the project, which will be written by Larry Stuckey (Little Fockers). Based on an upcoming book by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter titled Santa Claus Is for Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing, the feature project will tell the true story of Hall, the man who plays Santa in

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‘Santa Is Real’ Musical Lands ‘Perks Of A Wallflower’ Helmer Stephen Chbosky

9 October 2014 10:16 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

New Regency and Walden Media will develop Santa Is Real, a musical family film that will be directed by Stephen Chbosky, who helmed The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. Little Fockers scribe Larry Stuckey will write the script and Stacey Sher and Alexandra Milchan will produce with Walden.

Stuckey will adapt the upcoming book Santa Claus Is For Real: A True Christmas Fable About the Magic of Believing by Charles E. Hall and Bret Witter, which Random House publishes next week. The film tells the story of Charles E. Hall, the man who plays Santa in Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular. A struggling actor when he took the job, the role gave him purpose and rescued Radio City, which has run the show as a perennial. Regency’s Pam Abdy and Walden’s Naia Cucukov, are overseeing. New Regency has Gone Girl in the marketplace with the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu-directed »

- Mike Fleming Jr

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Katie Holmes To Direct All We Had

12 September 2014 6:21 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The ranks of female film directors are about to swell a little more, as Katie Holmes confirms her plan to helm the upcoming adaptation of the debut novel from Annie WeatherwaxAll We Had. The script is being written by Josh Boone (Stuck In Love, The Fault In Our Stars), with Holmes starring and pulling producer duties alongside Jane Rosenthal (Little Fockers) and Berry Welsh (NYC 22).

The story is described as ‘wry and sharply observed’ by publishers Simon And Schuster, and centres on a mother and 13 year old daughter, who find themselves existing on the verge of poverty in small town America, after their old life implodes. Holmes will play the role of the mother, but there is no news yet on wider casting.

While this news will almost certainly be met in many quarters with derision, it is important to note that, of late, Holmes has finally begun to come into her own. »

- Sarah Myles

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Katie Holmes to make directorial debut with All We Had adaptation

11 September 2014 11:37 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Katie Holmes is making her directorial debut with an adaptation of the book All We Had.

The star optioned the novel in July and has got Jane Rosenthal (Little Fockers) to produce and The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone to write the screenplay.

Holmes will also star in the film as a mother living on the brink of poverty with her 13-year-old daughter.

Rosenthal said in a statement: "Katie has such a clear vision for the book's irreverent, original mother-daughter relationship. Her passion for the material, along with Josh Boone's ability to tell stories grounded in the comedy and drama of every day, will truly bring these characters to life."

All We Had is Annie Weatherwax's debut novel and was only released in August.

Holmes will next be seen on screens in Miss Meadows, in which she plays a teacher turned vigilante.

The film premiered at »

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Katie Holmes Moves to Director’s Chair for Mother-Daughter Story ‘All We Had’

11 September 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut and star in the mother-daughter drama “All We Had,” based on the Annie Weatherwax novel.

Tribeca Prods. partner Jane Rosenthal will produce with VP of production Berry Welsh. Josh Boone, director of  “The Fault in Our Stars,” has come on board to adapt the script.

Holmes optioned “All We Had” in July and Scribner published the book, Weatherwax’s debut novel, on Aug. 5. The story centers on a mother and her 13-year-old daughter, living on the edge of poverty, who find an unlikely home amid the quirky residents of small town America.

“I am very excited and honored to be collaborating with Jane and Josh on this project and look so forward to bringing Annie’s incredible characters to the screen,” said Holmes.

Holmes stars as a vigilante in dark comedy “Miss Meadows,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and will be »

- Dave McNary

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