It’s been a year since Oscar viewers feverishly began Googling “inclusion rider” on their smartphones while watching the awards.
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Oscars remain a cash cow for Walt Disney Co.’s ABC network. But each year, fewer and fewer people watch the awards ceremony on TV.
“Roma” didn’t meet the BAFTA’s own criteria, which includes not screening a movie purely to qualify for the awards.
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The video service is alike Amazon’s Prime Video and Netflix, and will include TV shows and movies, acquired or funded by Apple.
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The picture won the Festival Favorite Award at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
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“Glass,” the psychological thriller directed by M. Night Shyamalan, topped the box office for a second weekend.
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The studios wanted Los Gatos, California-based Netflix to join its ranks to help share costs of battling piracy, other expenses.
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