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"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" had one of the biggest box-office openings in Hollywood history—but compared to other big sequels, was it a flop?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at this weekend's box office release of "Hunger Games: Caching Fire." The film is on track to be the biggest 2D opening ever.
Celebrating its golden anniversary, sci-fi series "Doctor Who" is a global phenomenon beyond TV through collectibles, clothing and events.
'Catching Fire' hits theaters this weekend and could outperform the original 'Hunger Games' thanks to a good release period and hotter romance.
Discussing the current reviews for Xbox One, and where the bugs exist, with Tina Amini, Kotaku deputy editor.
Addressing whether the software is ready, Senior Vice President Yusuf Mehdi said, "Xbox One is the most tested developed product we've ever done."
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson explains how he turned his life around after bankruptcy, prison and drug addiction.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht says his company his open to anything that will bring long-term shareholder value.
Starz plans to produce 50 hours of original programming in 2014. Its CEO Chris Albrecht discusses demographic opportunities, and the company's efforts to boost its original programming.
Filmmaker Ken Burns explains why PBS is still his preferred distribution platform.
Filmmaker Ken Burns discusses "The Address," which encourages people to learn the Gettysburg Address in honor of the 150th anniversary. His films are now available on Netflix.
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns says PBS will always be his primary distribution channel but new platforms, like Netflix, are helping to keep his older programs in the public's view.
Some of these seats provide a view you've never seen before. Others enable you to see and be seen with movers and shakers of Wall Street, Hollywood and sports.
Cedar Fair reported record Q3 results, and raised its outlook for the full year. Its CEO Matt Ouimet discusses the longest inverted roller coaster "Banshee" set to open at Kings Island in 2014, and the behavior of consumers.
Spreecast co-founder and CEO Jeff Fluhr, discusses his company's focus on media and education, as well as how Spreecast differs from Ustream.
BT has defended its lavish spending on exclusive soccer rights to show prime European soccer games, telling CNBC that it did not overpay.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is hampering U.S. business expansion abroad, especially in the gambling industry. Now bets are moving to Asia.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on potential opportunities at Lions Gate for a "Hunger Games" theme park. Nancy Giles, pop culture commentator, and CNBC's Robert Frank weigh in.
CNBC's Robert Frank goes inside "Caledon," which is a 314-acre estate in Arlington, Washington
Disney reported higher profit for the quarter, lifted by more visitors to U.S. theme parks and higher sales of toys and other consumer products.