Milken Global Conference: Content Is King, Especially If It Plays In Asia Like DreamWorks, And CBS Is Hunting For More Of It
At the Milken Global Conference, A-list execs like CBS’ Les Moonves dished on Netflix, China — and why star quality is more important than ever.
Movie Studio Earnings Preview Q1 2016: Walt Disney Company (DIS), Time Warner Inc. (TWX), 21st Century Fox (FOXA), Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF)
The box office is heading for another record year, but the challenged TV industry could weigh down media companies like Disney and Time Warner.
Comcast vs. Disney: Armed With DreamWorks, NBCUniversal Is Gearing Up For A Theme Park Battle In China
With its $3.8 billion purchase of DreamWorks, Comcast unit NBCUniversal gets beloved characters to help it compete with Disney in China's theme park sector.
China’s box office owes a lot to its more than 300 Imax screens. But is there a big-screen bubble forming?
The cable giant may spend more than $3 billion to acquire the animation studio behind “Kung Fu Panda 3,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
Wattpad, a digital publishing platform with more than 2 million writers, just launched Wattpad Studios.
Disney’s “Jungle Book” has quickly become the biggest-ever U.S. movie in India, and American studios will notice.
Virtual reality is the hottest new thing in porn right now. But doing it well requires good old-fashioned acting skills.
The media giant is bowing out of its digital news experiment, selling its stake in the website and cable channel to Univision.
Marquee names like Donnie Yen are seeing their paydays as much as triple, thanks to a strong local box office and global ambitions.
With the big opening of “The Jungle Book,” the studio could make $1 billion at Chinese movie theaters this year.
Hollywood loves a big premiere, but how a film does later on may offer a better measure of a film's success, a study shows.
Despite Bryant’s retirement tour, TWC's Southern California sports channels are struggling. What happens next?
With “Civil War” set to follow in the footsteps of “Zootopia,” Disney is making all the right moves at the Chinese box office.
Disney’s animated film has been well-received in China and Russia where audiences and governments don’t always welcome inclusion messages.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is expected to bring 1 million visitors to Universal Studios Hollywood. It may also help film production stay in LA.
Disney’s soon-to-be-opened Shanghai resort was a pet project of CEO Bob Iger and outgoing COO Thomas Staggs.
Mark Fuhrman's racist statements proved to be a major factor in Simpson's acquittal, and a foreshadowing of police corruption.
“Batman v Superman” dropped nearly 80% from its opening weekend in China, a big disappointment for Warner Bros.
A cineplex in Los Angeles has added Barco Escape, triple-screen technology that some say is the future of movies.
“Batman v Superman,” starring Ben Affleck, disappointed in China, joining other DC properties that failed to resonate.
American productions are booming in China, but Chinese filmmakers are finding their movies aren’t doing so well in the States.
Virtual reality could be a game-changer for the adult film industry. Oddly enough, one of its biggest villains might be able to help.
A man was arrested after a husband, wife and daughter were found dead and wrapped in plastic in Southern California.
Justin and Stephanie Shults, Vanderbilt University graduates who worked as accountants in Belgium, died in Tuesday's attacks.
Andre Adam, who later represented Belgium at the United Nations, was killed at the Brussels airport while his wife was injured.
Despite bad reviews, the Ben Affleck superhero film raked in more than $200 million for Warner Bros. on opening night.
Authorities detained the American Airlines employee Saturday prior to a scheduled Detroit-to-Philadelphia flight.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, who took the job in February, used his personal email for official business until December, though he did not send classified information.
First, Chinese companies started scooping up U.S. film studios. Now Japanese tech conglomerate SoftBank is investing in WME-IMG, a top talent agency.