Apple is expected to launch a new streaming TV service and news subscription app at a press event on March 25. » Read More
By: Sarah Whitten
"Us" had been tracking towards a $50 million opening weekend, but strong Thursday and Friday ticket sales had analysts revising their estimates through Saturday night. » Read More
By: Donovan Russo
Sony will face a big decision when its current Spider-Man deal with Disney and Marvel Studios ends: Bring Spidey back into its own superhero movie extended universe exclusively, or keep the teen hero aligned with Marvel. » Read More
By: Barbara Booth
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft released his first public statement Saturday since being charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution. » Read More
Dan Ackerman, CNE T.com senior editor, and Angelo Zino, senior equity analyst at CFRA Research, join CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss Apple's big Monday event and break down the bullish call on the tech giant.
Critics are raving about Jordan Peele's "Us" ahead of its theatrical debut, but critical praise may not be enough to get this horror film a best picture Oscar, even if it's nominated.
Apple's subscription news product will be missing major publications, like The New York Times.
Frederic Chesnais of Atari Group weighs in on the impact of Google's Stadia on video games. He says gaming has evolved over the years, but players want content "first and foremost," and consoles are just a "conduit" for that.
CNBC's Josh Lipton shares news that GameStop has named George Sherman as its new CEO.
Disney's "Dumbo" hits theaters March 29. It is the first of four live-action remakes of Disney animated classics coming to the big screen this year and more than a dozen already in the works.
Joanna Coles, former chief content officer for Hearst and executive producer of Freeform's The Bold Type, and Joel Kulina, head of TMT trading for Wedbush Securities discuss the streaming landscape following Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox.
"Stranger Things" cast members are a little older but are up to their old tricks in Netflix's first trailer for the Emmy award-winning show's third season.
Janice Lee of PCCW Media says, apart from global blockbusters, Asian consumers also want "locally relevant" content on online streaming platforms.
A list of interns who worked on President Donald Trump's new "Economic Report of the President" includes the "real-life" names of Batman, Spider-Man and Captain America, "Monty Python" member John Cleese, and "Star Trek" character Kathryn Janeway.
CNBC's Diana Olick discusses the lawsuit filed against Peloton for music copyright infrigement.
Music publishers are suing Peloton after the maker of video-streaming exercise bikes allegedly used more than 1,000 musical works without permission.
Disney released its first official trailer for "Toy Story 4" Tuesday, teasing a life-changing journey for Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the toy gang.
The Brazilian butt lift was the hottest growing segment, surging 19 percent with more than 24,000 procedures last year, plastic surgeons say.
Two sex scandals that rocked the South Korean music world have crushed the country's entertainment stocks as police investigate the involvement of celebrities in sexual harassment allegations.
Tsujihara was being investigated for allegedly promising acting roles in exchange for sex.