Uriah Shelton

  • Liam Neeson’s Frail Frame Makes Him Almost Unrecognisable

    The 63-year old, Irish actor, Liam Neeson, has caused much concern amongst fans after being photographed looking quite frail on the streets of New York last week. In this dramatic transformation, he appears worryingly gaunt in the face with long grey wispy hair hidden underneath a baseball cap. In…

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  • Adam Sandler: 5 Reasons He’s No Longer a Movie Star

    Is it game over for Adam Sandler? His new comedy, “Pixels,” opened over the weekend to a mediocre $24 million, a disappointing result for the $88 million project. Sandler’s latest box office lemon comes on the heels of “The Cobbler” (Sandler’s lowest-grossing title ever, which opened to just…

  • Tom Cruise: I’ll Make Top Gun 2 On One Condition

    Tom Cruise is clearly a man after our own hearts. The ‘Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation’ star has taken our breath away by revealing he’s ready to return to the role of ace fighter pilot Maverick for ‘Top Gun 2′ on one condition… that the airplane stunts are performed for real without the use of…

  • Guess I should have checked twitter before chatting with Jesse Eisenberg

    Jason Segel talks about playing David Foster Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg reflects on portraying David Lipsky in James Ponsdolt's "The End of the Tour.

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    Box Office Report: July 24 - 26th

    Jake Gyllenhaal's Southpaw overperformed its opening weekend, while Paper Towns and Pixels stalled.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Carmike Cinemas Shares Jump 10 Percent on Strong Financial Results

    The company posted a 14 percent attendance increase and 24 percent climb in revenue generated at the snack bars.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • The Look of Silence - a New Documentary Wants Us to Make Noise

    A scene from The Look of Silence. Courtesy, Drafthouse Films & Participant MediaBeginning in 1965, over one million people were murdered in Indonesia. This state-sponsored genocide was justified at the time as necessary to root out the communists. What filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer uncovered in his…

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  • Movie Review: Best of Enemies, Listen to Me Marlon -- Tasty Slices of History

    Half the struggle in documentary filmmaking is finding the right material. The other half is figuring out what to do with it. Two new documentaries get both halves of that equation right. Listen to Me Marlon takes previously unheard tape recordings of Marlon Brando and illustrates them with film,…

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  • Haugesund Film Fest Opens with ‘The Wave,’ Premieres Docu ‘Rebels’

    PARIS– Roar Uthaug’s disaster movie “The Wave” is set to open the 43rd Norwegian film festival in Haugesund. The festival, which runs August 18-21, will also host the world premiere of Kari Anne Moe’s socially engaged docu feature “Rebels.” The screening will be attended by Norway’s Crown Prince…

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    Chinese Companies Funding U.S. Movies, Is It a Trend?

    July 27 -- Box Office Media Managing Editor Daniel Loria discusses the movies, the box office and the funding of U.S. movies. He speaks on "Market Makers."

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  • William Hurt Looks Back at 'Kiss of the Spider Woman,' the Groundbreaking, Oscar-Winning Drama Turning 30 This Month

    The actor looks back at his Oscar-winning role, and reflects on his late costar and friend Raul Julia.

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  • TV Biz Attorney Brad S. Small Rejoins Greenberg Glusker As Partner

    Brad S. Small is returning to Greenberg Glusker as a partner in a further expansion of the firm’s Entertainment Law Group. Small, a transactional attorney and former Greenberg Glusker associate, most recently served as EVP Business and Legal Affairs at The Weinstein Company. During his tenure there…

  • Golshifteh Farahani, Louis Garrel & Pierre Niney Board Atiq Rahimi’s ‘Ports Of Call’

    EXCLUSIVE:  Golshifteh Farahani, Louis Garrel and Pierre Niney are attached to star in Atiq Rahimi’s Ports Of Call. The project is an adaptation of Amin Maalouf’s bestselling novel about two ill-starred lovers who meet in Paris during World War II: Ossyane, the principal narrator and Muslim…

  • Josh Duhamel Boards Hulu's '11/22/63' (Exclusive)

    He'll have a regular role in the miniseries starring James Franco.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Locarno: Wide Acquires Sales Rights to ‘Our Loved Ones’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID –Stepping up as one of the sales agents with most titles at Locarno, Loic Magneron’s Paris-based sales-production house Wide has acquired Canadian Anne Emond’s “Our Loved Ones” which screens in the Swiss Fest’s Filmmakers of the Present. Also written by Emond, “Our Loved Ones” is produced by…

  • Japan B.O.: ‘Hero’ Wins Second Weekend

    "Hero," the second feature in a TV/film franchise centering on a rebellious public prosecutor played by Takuya Kimura, won its second weekend at the Japan box office.

  • John Oliver Makes Case For Scrubbing Mandatory Prison Sentence Minimums

    John Oliver made the case for doing away with mandatory minimums that require fixed prison sentences for certain crimes, on his HBO comedy series Last Week Tonight. Two weeks earlier, President Obama announced in a Facebook video that he had commuted the sentences of 46 non-violent federal drug…