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Ringing today's opening bell are stars of Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner, at the NYSE; and CEO of America First Multifamily Investors Chad Daffer, at the NASDAQ.
Today's bell ringers are stars of Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner, at the NYSE; and CEO of America First Multifamily Investors Chad Daffer, at the NASDAQ.
Marvel's new film has earned massively at the box office without even opening in the U.S.; how should Hollywood handle its releases?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin spoke with NBCUniversal President and CEO Steve Burke about the deal to buy DreamWorks.
The teaser provides the first official look into the Hollywood movie about Edward Snowden.
CNBC's David Faber reports trading in DreamWorks is halted as a deal with Comcast is announced. Comcast is reportedly buying Dreamworks Animation for $41 a share.
At first glance, iflix might appear to have a lot in common with Netflix, but CEO Mark Britt is adamant that the two companies are not competing.
The official trailer for Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden biopic "Snowden" arrived online on Wednesday.
Fans complain on social media, claiming the shoes were only available in men's sizes.
Hollywood has set its sights on China but filmmakers in the world's second-largest economy are stepping up efforts to carve a niche in the U.S.
With two weeks before the official theatrical release of "Captain America: Civil War," the social media buzz has never been greater.
These movie franchises seemed like good ideas, but they bombed at the box office and burned a hole in studio wallets. So what went wrong?
CNBC's Eric Chemi pours through the data on which streaming service may be the better deal for consumers: Netflix or Amazon Prime.
The Weinstein Company's latest film delves into the life of Ray Kroc, the 52-year-old milkshake machine salesman who built McDonald's empire.
Creative Director at Double Negative and 2x Oscar Winner, Paul Franklin talks about talent and creativity within the United Kingdom, and how technology enhances story-telling.
Discussing the future for virtual reality in the fields of documentary filmmaking and sports, with Gary Hustwit, Filmmaker and Scenic VR CEO, and Brendan Reilly, EON Sports CEO.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla speaks with Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal about the technological push for the high-profile festival, and Donald Trump's potential impact on film making.
A group of web developers have developed a way to predict which character will die next in fantasy series “Game of Thrones”.
Jeremy Darroch, CEO of Sky, talks about the company's partnership with HBO and the importance of producing drama.
On the fringes of entertainment festivals, Apple, Google, Facebook and Alibaba are quietly entering the fray of original content.
New York Times Columnist Jim Stewart discusses why Captain America is doing well, why Batman isn't and weighs in on Hollywood's superhero success.
Mario Gabelli, Gamco Investors CEO, shares his thoughts on the future of media.
Mario Gabelli, Gamco Investors CEO, talks about the battle for control of Viacom.