By the close of the campaign Thursday, "Critical Role" fans had raised more than $11.3 million to fund a "Dungeons and Dragons" animated series. The project has become the most successful film or television campaign in Kickstarter history. » Read More
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Bucky Barnes actor Sebastian Stan says you have to "learn how to face rejection."
Avengers actor Sebastian Stan tells us how he made it in Hollywood and what keeps him inspired in life.
India, is one of Disney's largest markets in South Asia, and a company executive said he remains "very optimistic" even as the "whole digital landscape is changing."
The life-like devices could worsen impotence and spread disease, claim the experts.
Discovery will invest more than $2 billion over the next decade to broadcast and stream golf's PGA Tour outside the U.S., the company said.
A casino-hotel worker union said it has reached a tentative agreement with MGM Resorts, covering nearly half of the 50,000 employees threatening to strike in Las Vegas.
She’s the British journalist who revitalized glossy magazines. Now, she’s focused on her Women in the World summits and counts Meryl Streep, Hillary Clinton and Christine Lagarde as contacts
The television producer behind "American Idol" and "X Factor" told the Daily Mail getting rid of his cell phone has helped him become a happier person.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent, continued his long-running offensive Friday against The Walt Disney Co. and their subsidiary company ABC over pay disparity at the conglomerate's flagship theme park.
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Maya Hari of Twitter says consumers have "voted with their eyeballs."
ABC's decision to cancel "Roseanne" after its namesake's racist tweet shows the country is moving in the right direction.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the cancellation of Roseanne Barr's television show after her racist tweet and why it's unlikely to negatively impact advertisers for Disney.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talk about Disney's bid for Twenty-First Century Fox's assets.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a preview of this year's Code Conference where data privacy and unchecked power of big tech companies will likely top the conversation.
The comedian has repeatedly retweeted messages from supporters who defend the racist tweet that got her show canceled.
"Roseanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," ABC said.
The actress tweeted that Jarrett would be what happened if "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby."
At a recent event, CNBC asked several famous astronauts about which lessons here on Earth can help humans chart the way to Mars.
Memorial Day weekend moviegoing is off to a good start, if the highly anticipated "Solo: A Star Wars Story" is any indication.