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Are moviegoers ready to come back?

After lengthy closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theaters are reopening in the nation’s biggest cities. On March 5 in New York City and March 15 in Los Angeles,

Drive-in movies: Back for the future?

For obvious reasons related to the pandemic, drive-in movie theaters started popping up all over the country. The concept of the drive-in fit well within the pandemic as people didn’t

Streaming services board up the box office

The entertainment industry periodically grumbles about a lack of transparency from streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Specifically, industry analysts have criticized these platforms’ inability, or refusal, to disclose clear viewership

Who better to write about the best business movies around than people who write about business all the time? Check out some of our favorites. (Image via Pixabay)

Business movies that business writers love

There are some great business movies out there. In order to identify the best of the bunch, we asked a handful of our Reynolds Center staff and contributors to list their favorite films

Movie theaters are combatting sinking sales with luxury service and immersive experiences. ("Popcorn" image by "annca" via Pixabay)

4 new movie theater trends

Facing competition from streaming services like Netflix, movie theaters have had a hard time in recent years. In 2014, movie attendance plunged to the lowest level in nearly 20 years.

2015 fall movie preview, part 3

In our previous stories, we told you about big pictures, family-friendly movies, and Oscar contenders that are coming out this fall. In our final segment, we look at some of

2015 fall movie preview, part 2

In the first part of our fall movie preview, we told you about the sequels and spectacles that are heading to theaters this fall. Now we’re back with the kid-friendly movies

2015 fall movie preview, part 1

While summer movies are all about which movie will be the biggest blockbuster, fall movies are a different beast. Many of the upcoming films will be marketing events, attracting flocks

NASA and Hollywood meet in ‘The Martian’

Astronauts are a perennially popular topic for the movies. Everyone from Tom Hanks to George Clooney and Sandra Bullock have played them. Now, Matt Damon is set to join the

Women stars produce movie profits

This weekend, you can catch Meryl Streep in the debut of Ricki and the Flash, a comedy-drama about an aging rock star (yes, Streep.) It will compete at the box

BMW and Mission Impossible

Tom Cruise’s newest Mission: Impossible movie debuted this weekend with $56 million in U.S. ticket sales, easily making it the No. 1 film, according to Box Office Mojo. There was

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