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TNT: NBA Western Conference Finals Game 6 Coverage A Ratings Slam Dunk
Posted on Sunday May 29, 2016

Whether you were a relieved Golden State Warriors fan or an increasingly worried supporter of the Oklahoma City Thunder who may or may not be nursing a serious depression hangover after game six of the NBA Western Conference finals, you definitely weren’t alone. According to TNT, its exclusive coverage of last night’s game was the network’s most-watched NBA Western Conference game six of all time. The Warriors/Thunder match up averaged 10.8 million total viewers and a…

‘Alice’ Sees $65M In Offshore Looking Glass; ‘Warcraft’ Scores $31.6M; ‘X-Men’ Cumes $186M – Intl Box Office
Posted on Sunday May 29, 2016

UPDATE, WRITETHRU, 11:14 AM PT: There were several moving parts to the international box office this weekend, with new entries and holdovers all jockeying for position — and new milestones in the mix. The widest newbie, Disney's live action sequel, Alice Through The Looking Glass, slid down the rabbithole into 43 material offshore markets for a $65M debut. The result mirrors the opening of last year's comp, Cinderella, in the same suite of markets and at today's exchange…

Holdovers ‘Weiner,’ ‘Love & Friendship’ & ‘The Lobster’ Strong: Specialty Box Office
Posted on Sunday May 29, 2016

Box office numbers for the Specialties were slow in coming Sunday, with only some holdovers reporting their Friday to Sunday grosses over the holiday weekend. Last weekend's top opener, Weiner from Sundance Selects, continued to show zest in its second frame as it expanded into just over two dozen locations, while Sony Classics' Maggie's Plan starring Greta Gerwig, Ethan Hawke, Julianne Moore held its own as it moved into 19 runs. Oscilloscope's Spanish-language title Ma m…

Moviegoers Turn Out For The ‘Apocalypse’ Over Memorial Day & Chop Off ‘Alice’s Head – Sunday AM Update
Posted on Sunday May 29, 2016

6TH WRITE-THRU, Sunday AM: Tropical Storm Bonnie, the first of the year to threaten the U.S., will hit South Carolina by Sunday night. As such, distrib chiefs can’t use the weather as an excuse yet for what has been a lackluster Memorial Day weekend at the B.O. The new titles — 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: Apocalypse and Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass  were both down on Saturday from their Friday returns, respectively -23% and -6%, which is putting a damper on…

Sam Mendes: “I Think It’s Time For Somebody Else” To Direct Bond
Posted on Saturday May 28, 2016

It is still not clear whether or not Daniel Craig is officially finished with James Bond, but if the actor who revitalized the character leaves it behind, he’ll have company. Sam Mendes, who helmed two back to back Bond flicks – 2012’s Skyfall and 2015’s Spectre – that collectively earned nearly two billion dollars, has confirmed, as he indicated to Deadline late last year, that he’s done with the 007 franchise. "It was an incredible adventure, I loved every second of it,”…



What is Entertainment Law:

Entertainment Law is a specialty of law that deals with the services and products of entertainment-related professionals. Entertainment Law involves more than just actors, recording contracts, and films ... It actively involves the assessment and prediction of all types of entertainers' objectives as they daily carry out their business practices.

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