With Edgy ‘Joker,’ Warner Bros. Punches Back at Marvel’s Might
The two studios had hit a high-profile impasse last month.
Themes of financial malfeasance and class struggle are more prominent in movies this year.
In Tough Box-Office Year, Theaters Bicker Over the Pre-Show Ads
MoviePass Owners Put Shuttered Service Up for Sale, Ending Drama
Deal would give Viacom a stake in more than 700 titles, including four best-picture Oscar winners.
Quentin Tarantino Shows Art Cinemas Can Live Happily Ever After
Lions Gate’s $100 Million Yonkers Deal Highlights New Tax Break
More Women Get to Throw Tomatoes as Movie-Critic Website Diversifies
Martin Scorsese, Patty Jenkins and Ryan Coogler revealed new Filmmaker Mode for upcoming TVs from LG, Panasonic and Vizio Inc.
Netflix Tiptoes Further Into Theatrical Releases With New Slate
Under the terms of the all-cash transaction, Entertainment One shareholders will receive 5.60 pounds for each common share.
Hasbro’s Push Into Media Shines Light on Other Film and TV Takeover Targets
The two sides haven’t been able to agree on new terms for their partnership, said the people.
The company will introduce a small selection of shows and then expand its catalog more frequently over several months.
Viacom and Lions Gate Go Head-to-Head in Fight for Miramax Stake
Fox’s affiliate fees grew across both its broadcast television and cable businesses.
James Murdoch’s Fund Leads Group Buying Control of Tribeca Film Festival
U.S. Lawmakers Plan Trip to China Amid Trade Talks Impasse
Pro-Choice States Target Georgia’s $10 Billion Film Business
Zee is seeking a strategic investor to help pay off debts of its parent group as well as fend off competition