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The pornographic rival to Playboy is throwing in the towel on its print edition.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" and "Pixels" were nominated for the Golden Raspberry Awards, nicknamed the Razzies, as the worst movies of 2015.
The founding fathers of tech, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, are getting their own musical on Broadway.
The video-streaming service provider plans to block proxy access to content not available locally.
John Lewis calls out Hollywood for failing to nominate black actors or directors for the 2016 Academy Awards.
Thanks to hits "The Martian" and "Mad Max," which both grossed over $150 million in the U.S., this year's crop is more successful than last year's.
Turkey attacks Isis in retaliation for Istanbul bombing, Maine considers impeaching governor, "The Revenant" lands 12 Oscar nominations.
British actor Alan Rickman, known for roles in "Love Actually" and the "Harry Potter" films, died at age 69. NBC News reports.
From books, to an unforgettable "packet of fairy dust". 2015's official list of gifts received by the British royal family has been revealed.
Efe Cakarel, CEO of movie streaming start-up MUBI, discusses his company's attempt to crack the Chinese market and says China could overtake the U.S. as the biggest market for movies.
Californian lottery officials have revealed a winning Powerball lottery ticket was sold to someone in Chino Hills. The jackpot was $1,586,400,000.
BTIG's Rich Greenfield explains why Netflix is still a must own stock, and why it is a Disney killer.
If you became a billionaire overnight by winning the largest jackpot in U.S. history, what would you actually do with your new-found riches?
Poker champ Antonio Esfandiari is apologizing for his behavior and coughing up $50K.
Staff at a restaurant in New Jersey celebrate winning the Powerball lottery, until they realize they read the wrong number. The prize fund is now worth $1.5 billion.
After coming under fire for the shortage of products featuring Rey from "Star Wars," Hasbro revealed that the character's absence was deliberate.
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