'Wonder Woman' could finally put to rest what analysts say is a tired story: that audiences won't pay to see female-led superhero movies.
Studio estimates on Sunday say the fifth installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise commandeered $62.2 million in its first three days in theaters. It was the second-lowest domestic opening for the nearly $4 billion franchise, but the latest film, which cost a reported $230 million to produce, has massive international appeal.
Though the company took the hacking threat seriously, Iger said it did not meat the threats demands and nothing has happened.
A partnership involving a Saudi Prince could mean major renovations at the Plaza Hotel.
It may seem like a long time ago but it's actually 40 years since "Star Wars: A New Hope" opened in cinemas in the United States, creating a cultural phenomenon that is still as strong nowadays.
As "Star Wars" celebrates its 40th anniversary, CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at the numbers behind the franchise phenomenon.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on summer box office hits and whether investors will buy in. The “Fast Money” traders discuss.
A "Top Gun" sequel could start filming "in the next year," Tom Cruise told Australian TV show "Sunrise."
Paul Dergarabedian, ComScore, discusses the outlook for summer movies as we head into the crucial Memorial Day weekend.
Ahead of the kickoff of summer with Memorial Day just around the corner, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Hollywood's box office expectations.
There are varying reports about Netflix's origin story, but regardless it's changed the face of how viewers consume entertainment.
HELSINKI, May 22- Finnish mobile games and animation studio Rovio Entertainment has decided to proceed with plans for a sequel to its Angry Birds movie, it said on Monday, aiming for release in September 2019. The Angry Birds Movie 2 will be produced with Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures, Rovio said. Alongside the movie plan, Rovio is looking to...
Attention Game of Thrones fans, David Peterson, the man behind Dothraki is teaching a language invention class at U.C. Berkeley.
In an era where data breaches are commonplace, experts say companies should take a hard line with blackmailers.
Oscar nominee Tom Hardy will portray the comic book anti-hero Venom in Sony's first-ever feature-length "Spider-Man" spin-off.
Barry Levinson, the Oscar-winning director and Diana Henriques, author of "The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust," discuss what they think are the most surprising aspects about the story of Bernie Madoff.
Forbes estimates that Beyonce and Jay Z are now worth $1.16 billion.
Disney is reportedly the victim of a high-profile ransomware attack.
Sherry Lansing, former Paramount Pictures CEO, weighs in on AMC CEO's comments on offering movies to be streamed at home for consumers.
May 10- Twenty-First Century Fox Inc, the television and film company controlled by Rupert Murdoch, reported quarterly revenue below Wall Street's expectations on Wednesday, weighed down by weaker box office results. Chief Executive James Murdoch, Rupert's son, told analysts on a post-earnings call that all of its networks except National Geographic showed...
'Wonder Woman' could finally put to rest the notion that audiences won't pay to see female-led superhero movies.
Alamo Drafthouse is under fire this week after announcing Wednesday that it would host "women-only" screenings of the new "Wonder Woman" film.
International ticket sales are the driving factor behind why studios keep making "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Transformers" movies.
CARACAS, May 26- In the mountains above Caracas, two government officials often stand watch over the antennas of TV news network Globovision, poised to take it off air if regulators object to coverage of anti-government protests, according to two station employees. In contrast to past waves of unrest in Venezuela, particularly during Hugo Chavez's 1999-2013...
WideOpenWest CEO Steven Cochran discusses his company's IPO and competition in the cable TV and internet provider space.
Jon Stewart and HBO shelved a project after 18 months of planning that became "significantly more complicated" than expected, N.Y. Times reports.