Friday, December 27, 2013

'Hobbit 2' Ekes Past 'Wolf'; John Miller Exits CBS News for NYPD; 'Believe' Director on Bieber's Challenging Year; 2013's Most Pirated TV Shows

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UPDATED: Universal's "47 Ronin" comes in No. 6 with $7.1 million despite its $175 million budget, while Justin Bieber's concert doc "Believe" falls outside of the top 10 with $1.3 million. |

The senior correspondent will rejoin incoming commissioner William Bratton, with whom he previously worked as part of the New York and Los Angeles police departments. |


"Getting to the heart" of a trying time was the focus of the follow-up to "Never Say Never," out Christmas Day. |

"X-Men" casts unite, Superman flies again and "Gravity" wows in some of the best early looks at movies this year. |

"The Lone Ranger" debuts at No. 3, followed by "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters." |


"The Walking Dead" and "The Big Bang Theory" also make TorrentFreak's annual ranking. |

The former NBC anchors will reunite with Matt Lauer on Dec. 30. |

The BBC released a seven-minute prequel for the third season of the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring series, which returns in January. |


The U.K. native and former hairdresser had a long fight with prostate cancer. |

However, the Dec. 12 ruling is being appealed, which means the district court will likely have the ultimate say on whether legal cases brought by Screen Capital International and the bankruptcy court trustee can ... |

The online retailer joins Target in not carrying the physical version of the singer's surprise album. |



For as many pop songs as get shoveled into movies nowadays, music supervision is still an elusive and tricky sub-artform in film. When the two media come together in the right way at the right moment, it's as if Fred Astaire danced into our arms, even if it's Tom Jones on the soundtrack. Here are 10 exceptional uses of music in the movies that made our hearts sing in 2013.|

Jesse Jackson is the latest public figure to weigh in on Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson's controversial comments about gays and blacks. Although Robertson has arguably garnered the most attention for his anti-gay remarks, he also told GQ that he never saw any mistreatment of black people while growing up in pre-civil-rights-era Louisiana. |

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