Tech website AllThingsD will part ways with News Corp.'s Dow Jones & Co. by the end of 2013. Dow Jones confirmed the separation and released a statement from Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of Dow…
It wasn't quite the moon landing, but the deal announced earlier this week that put a Netflix app on Virgin Media's set-top TV box in the U.K. seemed to have been received with equal rapture. Ever…
“It's a Girl!” the Daily Mirror trumpeted last week in its front-page headline. In the buildup to Monday's birth, the British press was falling all over itself to cover every possible detail, seizing…
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
Barry Rothbart may be a funny guy, but he's not joking when he says he auditioned for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" three times before realizing who the director was.
Dwight Howard made a lousy decision, and not just because Houston is one of those rare cities with a downtown area that's even uglier than L.A.'s. No, Howard's choice to bolt the Los Angeles Lakers…
Sony is planning “The Reunion” for Phil Lord and Chris Miller, setting up the comedy project for the “21 Jump Street” duo to produce with Miller directing from his own script. Details of the story…
Apologies, Discovery: amid a slew of errands, apartment cleaning, pilot watching and Super Moon glancing, I had forgotten that Nik Wallenda was planning to make history and tightrope walk across the…
An ugly, unusually audience-pandering thriller from the prickly German director behind such mass-killing sprees as "Postal" and "Rampage," this one playing like "Margin Call" with grenades.
Time Warner profits rose 24% over last year amid varying performance across the conglom's news, film and television activities. Profits rose to $720 million in the first quarter, or 75 cents a share…
There was clear tension in the room when Bill Clinton started talking about the Defense of Marriage Act at the 24th GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles. It erupted just once at the April 20 gathering…