Ryan Coogler's comic-book sensation on Sunday became the first film since James Cameron's 2009 smash to top the weekend box office five straight weekends. The Disney release grossed $27 million in ticket sales over the weekend, according to studio estimates, pushing its domestic haul to $605.4 million. The $90 million film opened with $23.5 million, largely...
British Film Industry CEO Amanda Nevill discusses tackling gender and diversity inequality in the entertainment industry.
LOS ANGELES, March 14- Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday it had created a new unit for its streaming video and international businesses as the company retools its traditional media operation for a world rapidly embracing online video. Kevin Mayer, the company's chief strategy officer, was named chairman of the new division, which will oversee the upcoming ESPN+...
Cowen analyst Doug Creutz believes Disney's venture in over the top content is rife with uncertainty as the media giant tries to balance losses in ESPN.
Though investing in traditional media presents a challenge for even the most adept trader, media analyst Doug Creutz thinks CBS may be the safest bet.
British Film Institute CEO Amanda Nevill speaks about sexual harassment in the film industry.
Nvidia's top salesperson in 2018 may be none other than filmmaker Steven Spielberg, according to Jefferies.
Marvel's latest film continues to dominate theaters worldwide.
Shares of GGP, which invests in shopping centers, is up more than 7,000 percent since the bull market started on March 9, 2009.
Walt Disney Co shareholders rejected an executive compensation plan for CEO Bob Iger in a non-binding vote on Thursday.
Toymaker Lego reported its first sales fall in 13 years Tuesday, with CEO Niels B. Christiansen saying there would be no "quick-fix"
MEXICO CITY, March 5- Mexican director Guillermo del Toro's Oscars triumph and a win by animated film "Coco" were hailed by Mexicans on Monday as a sign of their nation's cultural sway in the United States despite growing tensions under U.S. In Mexico, news headlines boasted " Mexico sweeps the Oscars," "Oscar 2018: Mexico's Night" and "Del Toro Paints the Oscars Green,...
He's renowned for being behind the likes of Disney's "Frozen" and Broadway musicals "The Book of Mormon" and "Avenue Q".
Across the board, employers are feeling the ripple effects of Hollywood's determination to tackle harassment, abuse and sexism.
LOS ANGELES, March 4- Fox Searchlight, the arthouse studio of 21st Century Fox Inc, won the film industry's most prestigious prize on Sunday, taking the best picture Oscar for fantasy romance "The Shape of Water." "The place I like to live the most is Fox Searchlight," "Shape of Water" director Guillermo del Toro said as he accepted the best director award.
The idea of using sex in human intelligence gathering is still part of espionage, "Red Sparrow" author Jason Matthews explains.
Ramsay spent years working for the Pentagon and the Homeland Security Department — before he packed up and moved to L.A.
Trump should tune into the Academy Awards on Sunday. Movie exports help narrow America's trade deficits, says Kabir Sehgal.
A group of investors want to transform the scandal-plagued film studio into a female-led entertainment venture.
For a monthly $9.95 subscription fee, MoviePass allows members one ticket a day, to see a movie in a theater. MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe explains how it works and how his company plans to be profitable.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will aim to shore up U.S.-Saudi ties and seek investment opportunities.
Jim Cramer bucks the Netflix naysayers who think the streaming giant's spending on content is a reason to sell.
Jim Cramer isn’t chill about the haters of Netflix, and uncovers why Wall Street skeptics missed the massive move on the stock.
Netflix stock is set for even more gains with budding interest in Asia, RBC's Mahaney wrote.
CBS' "60 Minutes" has set a date for when it will show an interview with Stormy Daniels who says she had an affair with Donald Trump. The New York Time reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks about a story in The Hollywood Reporter where former ESPN President John Skipper talks about his abrupt exit from the sports network.