The SEC charged former New York Governor David Paterson and Charles Koppelman on Friday for not reporting stock trades in a startup movie company in a timely manner.
U.N. Creative Director Gabo Arora wants to make people feel and see pressing humanitarian issues through virtual reality storytelling.
David Bakula, Nielsen Entertainment provides insight to what your entertainment spending says about your political leanings.
SHANGHAI, Sept 23- Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group will market Sony Pictures' films and co-finance some upcoming movie releases of Sony Corp's film unit in China, which is forecast to become the world's top movie market as soon as next year. Wanda, owned by China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, and Sony announced a deal on Friday under which Sony Pictures will...
BEIJING— China's Dalian Wanda Group and Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group have formed a partnership to cooperate on multiple big-budget movies, marking another step into the global film industry by the Chinese conglomerate. Wanda, which already owns AMC Theaters and bought Legendary Entertainment for $3.5 billion in January, said it would...
The actor and golfing enthusiast creates a lifestyle and apparel brand with his five brothers.
Bob Iger says the company's standalone film, '"Star Wars: Rogue One," is not expected to match the cash "The Force Awakens" made.
Cathriona White's husband, Mark Burton, filed the suit claiming Carrey illegally supplied her with prescription drugs.
Jessica Reif Cohen, Bank of America Merrill Lynch senior media and entertainment analyst, discusses the Emmys, top media stock picks and the changing media landscape.
Roger Birnbaum, director, discusses his new remake of "The Magnificent Seven" and the success of movie remakes in the industry.
Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker, discuss his new film which depicts the story of a couple who helped refugees flee the Nazi occupation of Europe.
21st Century Fox accused Netflix of illegally hiring two of its executives in a lawsuit filed Friday, Deadline reports.
Having transformed how we watch TV, online streaming giants like Netflix have begun to put other parts of the entertainment industry to the test.
CNBC's Dominic Chu speaks with actor and film director Steve Buscemi at Cantor Fitzgerald's annual 9/11 charity event.
LOS ANGELES, Sept 11- Tom Hanks' "Sully" has taken off with a stellar $35.5 million at 3,525 North American locations, marking a solid start to the fall box office season. Lionsgate's launch of European animated comedy "The Wild Life" generated only modest interest in fifth place with $3.4 million at 2,493 locations while Relativity's horror film " The...
Vue Cinemas CEO Tim Richards says cinemas are part of a “growing, vibrant industry”, while commenting on customer experience, technology and its competitors.
Star Trek became famous even as the world was changing, and science fiction changed with it.
Adam Wilson, co-founder of Sphero, introduces his company's "Force Band" to control the company's Star Wars BB-8 droid toy and weighs in on the future of wearable tech beyond toys.
The frizzy-haired actor who played the candy man in 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' has died.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on the weekend's box office numbers, including a solid opening for Sony's latest thriller "Don't Breathe."
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin is in talks to purchase Dick Clark Productions, its owner says.
Dana White, UFC President, discusses UFC's legalization in New York, its debut event to take place at Madison Square Garden on November 12 and his support for Donald Trump.
Paramount's "Monster Trucks" isn't the only black sheep for the studio. The company has been plagued by flops and rotating release dates.
According to Facebook and Twitter, Trump's quotable moments, including his "temperament," lead social media chatter.
Marci Ryvicker, Wells Fargo media analyst, discusses the company's political ad spending of $5 billion, which is down 5 percent from the last election cycle in 2012.
Michael Roth, Interpublic Chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin at the annual Advertising Week conference about the future of advertising as the face of media changes.