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'Star Trek Beyond' Flying To Decent $59.6M: But Why Is It Lower Than 'Into Darkness'?

Prior to July 4th, we observed that Paramount/Skydance’s Star Trek Beyond was bound to post an opening between $50M-$60M, and that’s what we’re seeing this weekend with the threequel’s 3-day currently estimated at $59.6M. 1,067 more words

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Alibaba Pictures Issues Warning On Losses

The film unit of Jack Ma’s online giant Alibaba has issued a warning that its half year losses will be higher than expected. Alibaba Pictures Group, which had been expanding aggressively in recent months, blamed the losses on increased marketing costs at its online film ticket portal Tao Piao Piao. 656 more words

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Fourth 'Star Trek' Movie A Go At Paramount; Chris Hemsworth Back As Kirk's Father

Paramount Pictures, Skydance and Bad Robot are reteaming for a fourth installment of their Star Trek movie franchise, with Chris Pine returning and the rest of the cast of the rebooted pics also expected to return. 144 more words

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'Terminator Genisys' Multiplayer Game Coming in 2017

“Terminator Genisys” may not be coming back to the big screen, but the cyborg franchise is set to get an all-new mobile game release next year. 380 more words

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'Star Trek Beyond' Trailer: Rihanna Brings Her 'Sledgehammer' To The Soundtrack & Imax

UPDATE with Imax release plan for music video: Paramount Pictures has dropped the third trailer for Star Trek Beyond, this time featuring pop superstar Rihanna and her tune “Sledgehammer,” which will appear on the film’s soundtrack. 256 more words

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China's Alibaba Pictures Unveils Development And Production Strategy; Intends To Use Online Dominance To Help Creative Partners

Alibaba Pictures has unveiled the development and production pipeline it hopes will establish it as a major player in the Chinese film biz and beyond. Announced at the Born to be Different strategic conference in Shanghai, Alibaba Pictures’ production slate includes 17 features. 671 more words

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Ron Howard Boards Sci-Fi Adaptation 'Seveneves' for Skydance

Ron Howard could be reuniting with his “Apollo 13” scribe Bill Broyles on the Skydance movie “Seveneves,” which would have Howard directing and Broyles adapting the script. 207 more words

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