After three weeks of box office dominance, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1″ ceded its reign to “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” The biblical epic easily ruled the weekend with a $24.5 million debut, according to box office tracker Rentrak’s Sunday estimates.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman in bathroom stall at a Ventura County movie theater.
A mother who reportedly abducted her 4-year-old girl from a motel in Santa Ana was found with the little girl at a movie theater in Victorville, police said Saturday.
The alleged attack occurred last Friday evening, authorities said.
Chasing down the top spot at the box office after debuting at No. 2 last week, “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” took the lead in its second weekend.
The City Council unanimously approved a $1.1 billion proposal to overhaul an aging shopping center adjacent to the University of Southern California.
Studio executives expected their biggest summer ever this year as they loaded their lineup with huge action movies and superhero franchises.
TMZ reports that mass murder suspect James Holmes was putting up profiles on at least two websites — Match.com and adultfriendfinder.com — in search of a girlfriend.
Warner Bros. Pictures will not release box office estimates this weekend out of respect for the July 20 murders of 12 Batman fans at a Colorado theater.
CBS2 has confirmed that the suspect in Friday morning’s shooting massacre at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater graduated from UC Riverside.
Warner Bros. issued a statement early Friday morning in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.”
A new church that broke away from the Crystal Cathedral has launched in a rented movie theater in Orange County.
Island Cinema really makes its mark with all of the tangible items involved with going to the movies. For years, the act of going to a movie in Orange County has had a tendency to […]
The robot boxers of “Real Steel” and the dancers of “Footloose” are in a tight fight for the box-office title.
Drive-in movie theaters may have been a fad in the 1950s, but they still exist today. You can bring your own food, talk as much as you want, and pay less than you do at a regular movie theater—without ever having to get out of your car.