When you think ‘film’: Film industry news

Hollywood is the film industry’s biggest moneymaker.

That makes it one of the most important industries to watch.

The industry is in the midst of a $30 billion production boom, with production values rising by more than 40% annually.

But Hollywood’s output is dwarfed by the rest of the country, and the numbers are not always in its favor.

Here’s a look at what’s happening in the world of Hollywood and why we’re seeing so much talent go elsewhere.1.

What are the top movies coming out in 2017?

The first half of 2017 has been pretty much all films from the major studios.

In that first half, The Weinstein Co.’s The Birth of a Nation, Paramount’s Baby Driver, Sony’s The Maze Runner, Universal’s Creed and Fox’s The Hitman’s Bodyguard all made it to the top of the box office charts.

They also made some big hits that year, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Great Gatsby, The Artist and The Shape of Water.

But they’re not the only films to have been released in the first half.

The Weinstein Company’s Inside Out and DreamWorks’ The Good Dinosaur have been the big hits in the past few months, too.

In addition, two major films released in 2017 have been critically acclaimed.

The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them debuted to great critical reviews, and The Martian was hailed as a film that should have been made in theaters a long time ago.

Still, many moviegoers will want to get a taste of some of these other big-name films.

The list below features movies that have made it into theaters.

It’s not a complete list.

We have to be careful here to avoid overgeneralizing.

We also have to look at how each film performed overseas.2.

Who is the most-watched film of 2017?

It’s hard to overstate the impact The Birth Of A Nation had on the box-office chart in 2017.

The film made $150 million worldwide, a number that has only been surpassed by The Avengers, which made $208 million.

And the film also has a large fanbase abroad.

The movie is the only film that has made $100 million in a calendar year.

The Birth was also the only movie to top $100.2,500 tickets sold.

That means more than $40 million was spent on the film’s opening weekend alone.3.

Who has the most theatrical film of the year?

The big-budget superhero flick Deadpool topped the chart with a $103.4 million opening weekend, a record for a superhero film.

It also led the year’s overall box office with $5.5 billion.

The picture was also highly critical.

Critics and audiences alike were critical of the film, with The Hollywood Reporter calling it “the worst film of all time.”

The film has since received an R-rating and is one of many superhero films that are being rebroadcast in theaters.4.

Which movie made the biggest comeback of 2017 in the U.S.?

It’s hard for us to say, since we’re not in the business of reporting box-score numbers.

But this year’s breakout hit is coming back.

Last weekend, The Birth brought in $31 million from more than 70 markets, and its overseas haul is more than double what it brought in in the same period last year.

We’ll likely see more movies from that same cast and crew this year, but 2017 was the year when Deadpool’s biggest audience in the States came from China, where The Birth took in $17.3 million in its opening weekend.5.

Who are the biggest Hollywood stars of 2017 who have gone elsewhere?

There are so many big-screen stars in Hollywood who are leaving the industry for other jobs, and there are also so many stars who are retiring from Hollywood.

But for the most part, Hollywood stars stay in the industry, so you’ll probably see more stars who aren’t making movies anymore.

The following stars are not making movies in Hollywood: Leonardo DiCaprio, Josh Gad, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Downes Jr., Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Pattinson, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Chris Hemsworth, Amy Adams, Kevin Hart, Matt Damon, Bradley Cooper, Daniel Craig, Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert Redford, Chris Pratt, Chris Tucker, John C. Reilly, James Franco, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Fassbender, Jonah Hill, and Zach Galifianakis.