Warner Bros. has all its chips behind “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” whose early reviews are mixed at best.
Tribune Publishing's decision, prompted by a federal antitrust lawsuit, clears the way for a competitor to buy Freedom Communications.
Under threat, the state's adult film industry might get much-needed campaign cash from payment processors in its fight against a condom mandate.
The federal agency on Thursday filed a lawsuit attempting to block Times owner Tribune Publishing from buying the owner of a nearby competitor.
The success of “Kung Fu Panda 3” and especially “Zootopia” has Chinese studios paying closer attention to animated films. One just started a division.
Los Angeles-based Immersv launched one of the first virtual reality mobile video ad platforms Thursday, targeting mobile app developers.
Finding a Chinese buyer for Paramount Pictures isn’t just the best choice for entertainment conglomerate Viacom; it might be the only choice.
Movies like "Zootopia" might not be the best fare to take advantage of heightened consumer interest after the Academy Awards.
Performers plan to leverage their social media presences to beat a California initiative that would mandate condoms.
AMC Entertainment will spend $1.1 billion for Carmike Cinemas. The combined company would pass Regal Entertainment Group to become the largest U.S. chain.
Channels including ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, Disney XD and Freeform are now available on the basic tier of Sony's PlayStation Vue, just reduced to $40 a month.
‘The Mermaid’ Box Office: 3 Reasons Why The Chinese Import Is Making A Splash With American Audiences
Stephen Chow’s epic “The Mermaid” is bucking a trend of foreign comedies not playing well stateside.
Oscars 2016: Chris Rock’s Trip To ‘Compton’ Pointed Out Hollywood’s Real Diversity Problem During An ‘Oscars With A Message’
Chris Rock was a highlight of an Academy Awards ceremony that veered deeply into race. But historical films ruled at the diversity-focused Oscars.
Oscar nominations and wins can be jackpots for the relevant films, but the ratings of the ceremony itself doesn’t mean much for the movie industry.
Melissa Harris-Perry Will Not Appear On MSNBC Show Until Further Notice In Protest Over Being ‘Silenced’
Melissa Harris-Perry has told her staff she will not appear on air until she can fully participate in election coverage.
Two of this year’s Best Picture nominees, “Room” and “Brooklyn,” have Irish ties, and they probably won’t be the last.
Amid the groundswell of controversy over the lack of diversity at the Oscars, USC is working to make the film industry a little more diverse.
Viacom (VIAB) Pursuing Sale Of Minority Stake In Paramount Pictures, Hopes To Make Deal By Third Quarter
Viacom chief executive Philippe Dauman said he has been approached by investors interested in investing in Paramount Pictures.
White men and "sexy" women flourish in film, but minorities and older women are barely visible, a diversity study shows.
The Nevada Republican Party’s peculiar caucus protocol, which involves texting photos of envelopes to the state party chair, could add another wild card to a strange race.
Voters across Iran will head to the polls on Feb. 26, and the current government can’t be reassured by their anger over the country’s anemic economy.
China’s studios and production companies have global ambitions. But, with the exception of Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” 15 years ago, don’t expect the academy to take notice.
In Myanmar, one of the world’s largest suppliers of opium, police are preventing Christian anti-drug crusaders from destroying poppy fields.
Filmgoers can’t get enough of Ryan Reynolds’ adult humor, as “Deadpool” was the No. 1 movie in the U.S. again, lapping its competition.
Obama Administration Secretly Approached North Korea About Diplomatic Talks Days Before Its Latest Nuclear Test: WSJ
The U.S. was prepared to abandon its demand that North Korea reduce its nuclear arsenal before the beginning of talks that could have formally concluded the Korean War.
Media execs this week fawned over the potential of Snapchat and panned the information overload of Twitter.
At the Code/Media conference in California, Michael Lynton talked peak TV, "windowing" — and his return to a quaint technology.
Chartbeat's Tony Haile said Thursday that journalists spend a lot of time tweeting, but their audiences could care less.
How Has Old-Line Cosmopolitan Stayed Relevant? Meeting Its Audience On Snapchat, And Sex Advice Still Sells
At a conference, Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles talked about creating online content -- and why she's scared of VR porn.
A Chinese video game and TV company will pony up 25 percent of the budget for Universal movies made over the next five years.