Will ‘Deadpool’ Change How Hollywood Looks At R Ratings And February? 4 Takeaways From The Surprise Hit
The Ryan Reynolds superhero movie broke many of the genre's conventions, but it still managed to clean up at the box office — taking in more than $260 million.
President Park Geun-hye warned early Tuesday that a continuation of North Korea's recent actions will only speed "regime collapse."
The home-security company agreed to be acquired by affiliates of private equity giant Apollo Global Management for $42 a share, according to reports.
The artist's decision upset fans who paid $20 to download the digital album, with some of them being charged twice.
Grammys 2016: This Year Could Be Kendrick Lamar, Compton And South LA’s Coronation, But It’s Been Long Building
Kendrick Lamar's Best Rap Album win Monday ended a drought for rap artists from the Los Angeles area.
The last day of the Digital Entertainment World expo featured a big announcement and more excitement about streaming and virtual reality.
Niche content with little mainstream appeal — like Snooki and JWoww’s series on AwesomenessTV — is thriving thanks to a glut of streaming services, but will it make money?
"The Great Wall," starring Andy Lau and Matt Damon, may launch a long string of English-language blockbusters touting Chinese culture.
Over-the-top, or OTT, streaming is changing the way we consume video content. It might also change the way we interact with churches, video ads and telethons.
Hollywood is excited about the potential for virtual reality. But few are as enthusiastic as reality television producers, says the founder of a VR company.
Nowadays, you can find a prop bet to wager on anything remotely related to the Super Bowl, including the ads.
Bernie Sanders has the momentum, but Hillary Clinton’s longtime show-business donors aren't quite sold.
Releasing a sequel to a proven summer favorite in the dead of winter was a risk, but “Kung Fu Panda 3” delivered.
The NFL will also announce an "over-the-top" streaming agreement soon.
The producer of a new faith-based film talks about how the Christian movie genre is coming into its own.
Founder and CEO Jim VandeHei says he'll leave after the November election, as will some staffers -- including Playbook writer Mike Allen.
The e-commerce giant will use the premium advertising space to promote its Echo voice-command device.
Signaling stronger ties between U.S. and Chinese studios, the cartoon will be the first Western film released in China during New Year’s celebrations.
A deal to restructure financially troubled Puerto Rico's electric-utility debt fell through after a missed deadline and a failed extension.
The Academy Awards are designed to honor not the most popular film performances but the best ones. Even so, some of the choices can be pretty obscure.
A manhunt is underway for three inmates who cut their way out of an Orange County, California, jail.
At least nine people are dead after a tourist boat capsized off the coast of Nicaragua. 32 people, including four Americans, were on board.
A piece of curved metal that could be wreckage from the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight washed up on a beach in Thailand.
Facing a backlash over a lack of diversity in award nominations, the motion picture academy is making a push to include more women and minorities.
"Ride Along 2," a critically panned cop comedy, was the top movie last weekend. Welcome to winter in Hollywood.
The motion picture academy has vowed change after a second year of all-white nominees, but the real culprit could be its own rules.
ScriptBook, a Belgian startup, has developed software that its founder says can predict whether a movie script will hit or flop.
NFL Los Angeles: Rams Return And New Stadium Could Provide Economic Boost Beyond Sports For Hollywood
The Rams are moving to Los Angeles in a brand-new stadium that could host much more than sports.
Moviegoers in the world’s No. 2 market seemed more captivated by large-format images than by the plot of “The Force Awakens.”
Golden Globes 2016: A Knockout For Amazon’s ‘Mozart In The Jungle’ And The CW, But Not The Usual TV Suspects
Nontraditional networks outdid the Hollywood establishment at the 73rd Golden Globes — and that's good news for TV creatives.