Lucasfilm's announcement is clearly intended to put a stop to any discussion of a CG version of the actor.
Bank of America, Netflix, and Facebook stocks are making headlines on Friday.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas and his team were on the side of the City of Angels over the City by the Bay. They chose L.A. as the home of a museum that will showcase his life's work along with a huge collection of more general film history and other art.
Playing alongside Ashton Kutcher in “No Strings Attached”, Natalie Portman has revealed that she was paid three times less than him.
Warren Buffet's life is the subject of "Becoming Warren Buffett," on Time Warner's HBO.
Apple, Delta and Disney stocks are making headlines this Thrusday morning on Wall Street.
Apple is planning to create its own TV shows and movies in order to compete with rival streaming services, The Wall Street Journal reports.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas chose Los Angeles as the home of a museum that will showcase his life's work.
Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt agree to handle their divorce in a private forum.
Jinah Kim of NBC News breaks down the key takeaways from the 2017 Golden Globes awards.
The romantic musical scored a total of seven Golden Globes.
Kelvin Hou, CEO at Mtime, says that attendance rates at the movies in China are looking up.
"Rogue One" hauled in significantly less than "Star Wars Episode VII" in its Chinese debut.
Mark Hamill is reading Donald Trump's best tweets, using the voice of his iconic Joker from Batman: The Animated Series.
Imax CEO Richard Gelfond speaks to CNBC about how Donald Trump's tough talk toward China could affect the movie business.
LOS ANGELES, Jan 6- China's moviegoers embraced big-screen superheroes, cartoon animals and a video game-turned-action flick in 2016, adding $1.8 billion in ticket sales to Hollywood's 20 highest-grossing films of the year. In 2016, China overtook the United States as the country with the largest number of movie screens. Most of the top Hollywood movies...
The president-elect's hardliner stance on making trade more fair for U.S. companies shouldn't affect Canada-based Imax, its CEO says.
June Yoon reports on the Netflix adaptation of the popular Korean webtoon.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, discuss the trade on Disney following Evercore's upgrade of the stock to buy from hold, naming it a top pick for 2017.
Walt Disney, GM, and Verizon stocks are making headlines on this first trading day of the year.
Spending rose 130 percent year-over-year in 2016 in the "entertainment" category of the App Store, according to data from Sensor Tower.
Snapchat, known for its disappearing photo messages, is competing with traditional media for advertising dollars.
Unnamed sources told Axios that Jay Z, also known as Shawn Carter, will partner with venture capital firm Sherpa Capital.
Walt Mossberg, The Verge, weighs in on how some tech companies are trying to revolutionize television while consumers are streaming on mobile devices. He says, "TV is not there yet."
While tech companies let people view content on different devices other than TV, no one has "revolutionized" the medium, says Recode's Walt Mossberg.
Feb 22- U.S. satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp reported that it added pay-TV subscribers in the fourth quarter, while analysts were expecting the company to lose subscribers. Net income attributable to Dish was $343 million, or 70 cents per share, in the quarter compared with a loss of $125 million, or 27 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue fell to $3.72...