Discussing whether Netflix is headed higher, with David Trainer, New Constructs CEO, and James Ramelli, KeeneOnTheMarket.com trader.» Read More
LOS ANGELES/ NEW YORK, Jan 12- "Lone Survivor," the true story of a failed U.S. Navy SEALS mission to capture or kill a Taliban leader in Afghanistan, collected $38.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend to shoot ahead of Walt Disney Co's animated movie "Frozen" and win the U.S. and Canadian box office title.
For the third year since 2011, films by Meagan Ellison, daughter of Oracle founder Larry Ellison, are box office hits and contenders for major awards.
Brent Lang, senior writer at TheWrap, says there will be a "tense race" at the Golden Globes between "2 Years a Slave", "American Hustle" and "Gravity."
CNBC's Karen Tso talks to Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie, two of the stars of Martin Scorsese's new movie Wolf on Wall Street, about the aggressive trading culture.
Matt Leyland, reviews editor at Total Film, discusses the films and actors that could be up for an Oscar when nominations are announced on Thursday.
Peter Kafka, Re/code senior editor shares his opinions on the push into 4K TV.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai says the new Xperia Z1s phone available on T-Mobile combines the best of Sony's technology and digital imaging.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai discusses his company's new internet TV service, as well unveils its new 4k camcorder. "We are offering a new choice and convenience," he says in regards to its bet in TV.
Discussing just how realistic "The Wolf of Wall Street" is, with former trader-turned-comedian Raj Mahal, and CNBC.com commentary editor Cindy Perman.
Alexis Madrigal, The Atlantic senior editor, explains how Netflix is able to personalize data from their customers. CNBC's Jon Fortt weighs in.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" was a pretty accurate depiction of Wall Street, said former trader Raj Mahal. He shares some real-life stories that will make your toes curl.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings redefined the nature of television in 2013. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reflects on Hastings' contribution to the entertainment industry this year.
Wednesday was the second highest-grossing Christmas Day on record for the U.S. and Canadian box office.
Discussing the movie business going into the end of the year, with David Brain, EPR Properties CEO and president. It has been a great year at box office, he says.
Netflix is hoping to a "turbo charge" on Christmas Eve by debuting its first DreamWorks animated show, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
"Wolf of Wall Street" and "Frozen" are among holiday movies in 2013. David Bank, analyst for RBC Capital, provides insight into which movies do well.
NEW YORK/ LOS ANGELES, Dec 23- The release of "Fast& Furious 7," the big-budget action film that was shut down in November after the death of actor Paul Walker in a car crash, has been pushed back nine months to April 2015, Universal Pictures said on Monday.
A look at what's likely to move in the media next year, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance senior columnist, reveals that Disney is Yahoo's company of the year for 2014. Santoli explains the reason behind the decision.
CNBC's Jane Wells interviews Jordan Belfort, the real "Wolf of Wall Street." Belfort describes his con and how he manipulated his own brokers.
Some of the states with the most gambling revenue, such as Iowa, may surprise you
Voice over talent Jim Birdsall, makes his CNBC television debut on "Squawk Box" and discusses his other gigs with Wal-Mart and the NFL.
Gamblers don’t always bet money or bet at casinos. Here are strange items they bet with, and odd dares they bet on.
NEW YORK— The future of Aereo, an online service that provides over-the-air TV channels, hinges on a battle with broadcasters that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court next week. For as little as $8 a month, Aereo subscribers in New York and 10 other markets can watch shows live or record them using Aereo's online digital video recorder.
Former NBC Chairman Bob Wright discusses the market's adaption to new technology, and explains why the symbol for CNBC did not have the peacock at first.
Former NBC Chairman Bob Wright talks about the creation of the network and the merger with FNN.