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Authorities say 24 people stranded on a roller coaster have been rescued from near the top of the ride at Six Flags America in Maryland.
Consumers are suddenly unable to place advance orders to buy DVDs or Blu-ray discs of films from Walt Disney Studios.
Spotify has re-advertised a job this week that sparked speculation the firm could be preparing to go public when it was first posted.
Facebook has recently met with film studios and directors about creating content for the Oculus Rift, The Information reports.
CNBC's Jane Wells shares Joanna Rohrback's new "prancercise" video filmed with drones, and Victor Cutino of the Peaceful Ridge Rescue for horses.
Vizio is recalling 245,000 flat screen televisions due to an ineffective stand that causes the TV to tip, posing a risk of impact injury.
Hasbro doesn't toy around when it comes to R&D. A look inside the art of innovation with My Little Pony, Mr. Potato Head and Play-Doh.
Twenty-First Century Fox reported a rise in quarterly revenue, helped by the box office success of films and growth in its cable network business.
The Walt Disney Co. reported earnings of $1.28 per share on revenue of $12.47 billion.
Back by unpopular demand, it’s Flappy Bird. Re/Code reports.
Auction house Christie's is offering a night's stay at Highclere Castle, the setting for PBS's period drama Downton Abbey.
Regulators are considering new rules to make pot-infused treats look different even when they're out of the packages.
The good news: Many young adults haven't left the game completely—they just want a cheaper, more engaging experience.
CNBC's Jane Wells spends a day in the life of a Malibuian as she walks rescue dogs, eats local and does Taichi on a Pacific cliff.
"Sharknado 2" screenwriter Thunder Levin, discusses the genesis of Sharknado, the success of the franchise and the challenges of filming in New York City.
Richard Gelfond, IMAX CEO, discusses the growth of the movie consumption in Asia - and China in particular - and says international revenues now surpass U.S revenues.
Lower costs, less competition and diverse ingredients are prompting chefs like Daniel Kayser of Cafe Boulud to leave NYC. The NYT reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Thomas Tull, Legendary Entertainment CEO, about the state of the movie industry and his plan for growth at home and in China. Tull said the focus is on making great content across the board.
The successes of 'Orange is the New Black' and 'House of Cards' show that Netflix is ready to be a player in TV. Fiscal Times reports.
The summer box office is suffering, but it's possible that Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" and a few fanboys could salvage it.
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