Ken Parks, Spotify’s first U.S. employee, who led the streaming-music service’s global deals with record companies, is leaving after eight years to join Pluto TV as executive chairman. At Pluto TV…
Call it a hat-trick of Scottish plays: The Kenneth Branagh-toplined staging of “Macbeth,” which bowed in a much-lauded U.K. run earlier this summer, will make the move to New York next year…
Ken Howard has been re-elected national president of SAG-AFTRA, easily defeating Esai Morales as his primary challenger in the first contest to lead performers union since last year’s merger of SAG…
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The Happiest Place on Earth is getting a little more expensive to visit. With summer vacation season heating up, Disney has increased ticket prices at its resorts in California and Florida. Over the…
After two decades of false starts and near misses, the director can now look forward to shooting his long-gestating adaptation of Japanese novelist Shusaku Endo's novel next summer.
Fanboys fueled the weekend’s domestic box office as Sony’s Sam Raimi-produced “Evil Dead” remake collected top coin with an estimated $26 million. Meanwhile, Universal’s 3D conversion of “Jurassic…
The season-three premiere of "Downton Abbey" on PBS reached new heights with average viewership of 7.9 million viewers Sunday, according to preliminary data from Nielsen.
Sundance Selects has bought U.S. theatrical rights to documentary "The Central Park Five," three months after it premiered as an official selection at Cannes.
The American justice system -- and American society -- are indicted for institutionalized racism in this gripping investigative docu.
Prolific documentary filmmaker Ken Burns is not in Cannes to wheel and deal -- even though his latest feature "The Central Park Five" is screening out of competition.
Opening the Swedish company's first offices in the United States, Parks headed up U.S. negotiations with the four major record labels, indie groups and performance right sorgs to secure licenses to…