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Rings Trailer is Pants-Crappingly Scary

I just watched the trailer for Rings, and holy shit, that was intense! (I’m almost expecting a phone call…)

Rings follows Julia, a woman who becomes paranoid after her boyfriend watches a viral video that basically promises that whoever watches it dies seven day later (I don’t blame her). 117 more words


Cinema Dispatch: Ben-Hur

Ben-Hur and all the images you see in this review are owned by Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Directed by Timur Bekmambetov

On the list of unnecessary remakes that no one was asking for ever, I can’t imagine one being worse than this except maybe Citizen Kane or ANOTHER remake of The Jazz Singer.  1,995 more words

Cinema Dispatch

The Day of the Locust (1975, John Schlesinger)

The Day of the Locust is a gentle film, at least in terms of Schlesinger’s direction, Conrad L. Hall’s cinematography and John Barry’s score. The film’s softly lit but with a whole lot of focus. 607 more words


'Ben-Hur' Named 'Epic Flop' After Opening to $11.4 Million

This article originally appeared on EW.com.

Kids across the nation aren’t the only ones feeling the back-to-school blues, as this weekend’s three new wide releases failed to drum up much interest at the box office, though year-to-date numbers are up around 5.2% from the same frame in 2015. 607 more words


Paramount Taps Peter Giannascoli To Co-Run Domestic Marketing

Peter Giannascoli has been named co-President of Domestic Marketing at Paramount Pictures and will run the department jointly with Rebecca Mall, who was hired last month from Google… 213 more words

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'Mission: Impossible 6' Halts Prep Until Tom Cruise And Others Deals Get Worked Out

EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures has stopped the ticking clock and halted early pre-production of M:I6 Mission: Impossible. The studio won’t start up again until salary is worked out with franchise star Tom Cruise. 338 more words


Why 'Ben-Hur' Could Be One of the Summer's Big Box Office Bombs

This weekend could see the release of one of the summer’s biggest box office bombs: Ben-Hur.

Viacom’s Paramount Pictures and MGM certainly are bracing for what could be a massively disappointing weekend debut for the latest remake of the epic, chariot-racing thriller. 440 more words