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CNBC's Julia Boorstin explains why this could be a blockbuster year for the movie industry.
Singer/songwriter Christina Grimmie, a season six contestant on "The Voice," is reading Manga thrillers and tales about faith this summer.
Former hosts of the BBC's popular "Top Gear" show will launch a new series for Amazon Prime.
Put on your red shiny slippers and head down to New York this fall, for you could get your hands on Judy Garland's dress from movie "The Wizard of Oz."
Sacked BBC "Top Gear," host Jeremy Clarkson has signed with Amazon to make a new car show with co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May.
Sacked BBC "Top Gear," host Jeremy Clarkson has signed a deal with Amazon to present a new show with former co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May.
Rovio's Angry Birds 2 hits app stores today.
The average Broadway ticket now costs $110.
It's not quite a month old, but Apple's music streaming service has already reached 10 million subscribers, a website reports.
A professional poker player has sued a casino that claimed he won $9.6 million by cheating at baccarat.
Disney chief Bob Iger says ESPN could be eventually sold directly to consumers. He also talked China, technology and "Star Wars."
A popular UK attractions operator has issued a profit warning ahead of its interim results, after a rollercoaster incident at one of its theme parks.
Anthony DiClemente, Nomura senior analyst, discusses the future of ESPN and standalone brands.
Robert Iger, The Walt Disney Company CEO, discusses how Disney is using tech to innovate its products and obtain an advantage. Also Iger shares his thoughts on keeping a diverse board, Disney's bet in China, and Apple's comeback after the death of Steve Jobs. With Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management.
Robert Iger, The Walt Disney Company CEO, discusses those brands which could be sold directly to the customer.
Robert Iger, The Walt Disney Company CEO, shares his outlook on the sports channel amid technological changes.
Marvel continued to build out its roster of superheroes in "Ant-Man," offering clues about where the studio is heading after 2019.
Pearson is in talks to sell its stake in the Economist Group, to other shareholders in the group, according to people familiar with the situation. The FT reports.
Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien no longer need to trek to New Zealand for a taste of the hobbit life.
The WWE has pulled icon Hulk Hogan off of its website, amid reports about comments the wrestler allegedly made.