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Imax is gearing up for its largest “filmed for Imax” slate in 2025, with at least 14 titles currently in production using Imax film or Imax-certified digital cameras. This represents a significant increase from previous years, showcasing the growing interest from Hollywood and international filmmakers in creating content specifically for the Imax platform. Despite Imax
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Jane Schoenbrun's film, I Saw Then TV Glow, has seen a significant increase in box office earnings in its second week, with an estimated $195k+ on 21 screens. This expansion marks a successful rollout, driven by a passionate fan base particularly among young, male, and LGBTQ+ audiences. The gender-bending supernatural thriller is set to continue
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AMC Entertainment is currently grappling with a significant financial challenge in the form of a $4.5 billion debt, with a large portion of it maturing in 2026. The company's CEO, Adam Aron, recently addressed this issue during a post-earning conference call, revealing that AMC has been engaged in discussions with lenders for almost a year
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The journey to bring a live-action Barbie movie to the big screen was undoubtedly a long and winding road. With various studios and producers attached to the project over the years, including big names like Anne Hathaway and Amy Schumer, the path to realizing Barbie's potential as a movie franchise was fraught with challenges. However,
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Universal's recent release, “The Fall Guy,” starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt, had a lackluster start at the box office, pulling in $3.15M from early showings and Wednesday advance screenings. The movie is projected to make around $35M-$40M over its opening weekend. This sluggish start can be attributed to delays in the production of feature
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In the realm of blockbuster movies, the importance of a theatrical release cannot be overstated. Despite the rise of streaming platforms and the convenience they offer, studios have come to realize that there is nothing more profitable than a traditional theatrical release and the downstream revenue streams that follow. This realization has been especially prominent
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