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Walt Disney Studios on Sunday estimates that in its second weekend 'Captain Marvel' has earned an additional $69.3 million from North American theaters and $120 million internationally, bringing its global grosses to $760 million.
More than 40 years after the first edition of "Dungeons and Dragons" hit shelves, video platforms Twitch and YouTube are leading a renaissance of the fantasy roleplaying board game — and business is booming.
"We're just another option. [NCAA] has ... a traditional model in place, but we don't feel that that model is equitable and fair," Historical Basketball League COO David West says.
The two daughters of "Full House" star Lori Loughlin remain enrolled at the University of Southern California as Loughlin and her husband face criminal charges of participating in a bribery scheme to get their daughters into the school.
A man who spoke with admitted college admissions fraudster William "Rick" Singer in 2011 says Singer floated the idea of having the man's son pose as a water polo player to ease his acceptance by a California university. The man declined.
James Gunn has been rehired by Disney's Marvel Studios to helm "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" after being pulled from the project last summer.
HBO confirmed the estimated run times for the final six episodes of "Game of Thrones" on Friday.
Apple is reportedly hiring strategists to help it with campaigns for awards shows like the Academy Awards and Emmys, with the intention of running for the Emmy Awards as soon as 2020.
In 2017, he divested his stake in a film production company after joining the White House. But he sold that position to his wife, filmmaker and actress Louise Linton, for between $1 million and $2 million, the The New York Times reported.
Steven Spielberg reportedly met with Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos earlier this week, a sign that, perhaps, these rumors of discord are just that, rumors.
The Hallmark Channel cut ties Thursday with favored star Lori Loughlin, a day after her arrest in a college admissions scam put the family-friendly network and extended Hallmark brand in uncomfortable proximity to a national scandal.
Amazon has not been the major player in the streaming video, but it has the advantage of being able to tie content to products it sells.
Amazon is spending far less than Netflix on content, but with its vast e-commerce site, the company has a unique ability to connect merchandise with content. This fact is what won Amazon the rights to a "Lord of the Rings" series.
NBC's Pete Williams discusses the developing college admissions cheating scandal that has snared several Hollywood actresses.
Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab chief investment strategist, and Dan Ives, Wedbush tech analyst, join CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team to discuss Apple's rumored streaming service about to be unveiled in a few weeks, as well as the future of streaming content.
Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" could come to IMAX theaters, if Netflix makes concessions about how long it's willing to let the film play in theaters before bringing it to its streaming service.