To make the most money, TV networks like NBC, ABC and CBS need viewers to watch shows the traditional way – on the good ol’ boob tube. To get TV aficionados to try new shows like freshman ABC sitcom…
The glut of big-budget tentpoles left even less room than usual for specialty pics to spread out and catch audience attention this summer.
CBS gave fans of their new hit series "Under the Dome" a screening of the show's fifth episode over 24 hours in advance of the rest of the country on the last day of Comic-Con.
No seatback screens? No problem. Dish Network has inked a unique deal with Southwest Airlines that will get the satellite TV service provider's channels in front of the airline's passengers for free…
It was like the thesps and creatives of "Much Ado About Nothing" were transported back to old England at the June 5 premiere.
This summer offers f/x-heavy pics as diverse as any year ever, some of them offering new take on familiar and established franchises.
Expect some improved infrastructure at the upcoming 70th Venice Film Festival, and more new facilities in the near future.
Austria's Red Bull Media House will unspool McConkey at Cannes, a portrait of U.S. extreme skiing and BASE-jumping icon Shane McConkey, who died in an accident in 2009.
The Weather Co., flexing multiplatform muscles, will bow three short-form original digital series this fall, playing across cable TV, online, smartphones and tablets.
For Scott Glosserman, founder and CEO of online demand-it platform Gathr, it makes sense to focus more on per-screening averages rather than average per-screen. While traditional theatrical releases…
Hearst Castle, the inspiration for Xanadu in “Citizen Kane,” saw its movie role revisited Friday as the landmark hosted the West Coast premiere of Leslie Iwerks’ documentary “Citizen Hearst.” About…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History