James Cameron has shored up his position as king of the worldwide box office.
Maybe some day, medical science will invent an ointment that can help. Note to Steve: stop now. Before it spreads.
Industry leaders are attributing a steep drop in box office revenue to a weak slate of releases so far in 2011.
The Earth Day Network says it has exceeded its goal of planting one million trees worldwide.
James Cameron is giving “Avatar” a fresh start. Cameron unveiled a new opening scene Tuesday for an extended cut of his sci-fi blockbuster due out Nov. 16 on DVD and Blu-ray disc.
The world’s highest-grossing film and one of the most awarded TV shows are also some of the greenest productions around.
An Iraq war drama that chronicles the perilous adventures of a U.S. Army bomb disposal team outshined Avatar, the highest grossing film of all time, at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. The Hurt Locker, brainchild of writer Mark Boal – who spent time embedded with an explosive ordnance disposal team in Baghdad – won six of the nine awards for which it was nominated, including best picture.