Scott Bradlee has long wanted to bring his inventive Postmodern Jukebox production to Vegas. He told Saturday’s audience at Mirage’s Terry Fator Theater that was so enamoured of his surroundings, “I haven’t left this building in two days. I have not seen sunlight in that long.”
The Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and 20th Century Fox are — for now, at least — champions of the world.
Michael Meyers — or is it Jamie Lee Curtis? — can’t be stopped. “Halloween” dominated the North American box office for the second straight weekend, carving up an estimated $32 million in ticket sales.
The power of Jamie Lee Curtis cannot be underestimated. It goes beyond the $77 million-plus opening weekend her film “Halloween” earned at the box office, making it the No. 1 movie in the land.
Horror writer Stephen King is giving a deal to student filmmakers at the Blaenau Gwent Film Academy in Wales.
The world will have to wait a little longer for the “Wonder Woman” sequel, which will now arrive in theaters in summer 2020.
MoviePass, the struggling discount movie ticket subscription service, is being spun off by the company that owns it.
Forty years after he first appeared in theaters, Michael Myers is still drawing huge audiences for a good scare. Universal Pictures said Sunday that “Halloween” took in an estimated $77.5 million in ticket sales from North American theaters.
Robert Redford married Lola Van Wagenen in Las Vegas in 1958.