The motion picture academy is looking toward the future, and plans to look more like America, starting with youth.
At VidCon 2016, cable channels and brands make their pitch to the elusive teen demographic that’s turned off the TV.
Fox hopes a more China-friendly plot and local pop star cameo will translate into box-office gold for the adventure sequel “Independence Day: Resurgence.”
Pixar's “Finding Dory” set a box office record thanks to a lack of any real competition. That wasn't deliberate.
J.K. Rowling is expected to announce a surprise at this year’s Shanghai Film Festival, which will introduce the ubiquitous franchise to a new generation.
The video game-inspired film, with Paula Patton, was a smash hit in China, but a dud in the U.S. So it isn’t a blueprint for anything.
Movies such as “Spotlight” and “The Big Short,” which would not get past China’s censors, play in Shanghai.
The stars of the Comedy Central show, which returns for its second season Wednesday, take IBT inside the writing process.
The missing pages became more relevant after the U.S. Senate passed a bill last month allowing families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
Fewer professors say the high school educational initiative is preparing students for college, education testing company ACT reports.
Google denied claims of bias after an internet video report surfaced Thursday accusing its search of favoring Hillary Clinton.
“Warcraft,” a global movie behemoth — but an underdog at U.S. cinemas — may exceed expectations on the strength of interest from hardcore game fans.
But the game-inspired film's opening weekend in China is still expected to fall short of the country's all-time box office record.
Under new ownership, the iconic adult publication emerged from near oblivion by doubling down on ink and paper.
After its board members were re-elected in the face of some opposition, Tribune Publishing changed its name to tronc.
Tribune Publishing chairman Michael Ferro got his board approved despite organized opposition.
Midnight presales for Legendary’s “Warcraft” are on a record pace in China, despite only a moderate performance in the U.S.
Celebrity endorsers are the toast of the alcohol industry, driving a growing portion of its more than $200 billion annual U.S. sales as brands and wine regions use star power to stand out.
The film’s strong presales might be a window into a new movie genre that can play well in China.
TV is the star for Lions Gate Entertainment, a mini-major studio and frequently rumored acquisition target.