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Warner Bros.' "Focus," starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, opened with $900,000 in domestic ticket sales from Thursday night pre-shows.
Bob Osher, Sony Pictures' digital productions president, is exiting, the latest executive change for the Culver City studio.
The Federal Communications Commission's landmark vote on open Internet rules is being cheered by some in Hollywood who see the Internet as the new frontier for creativity and free expression.
The Lyon family was on top of the TV ratings again, with "Empire" continuing its growth streak for the seventh week in a row.
The 3-D historical action movie “Dragon Blade” starring Jackie Chan ruled at mainland cinemas over the Chinese New Year holiday, raking in $54.4 million in a record-breaking week for the country’s box office.
DreamWorks Animation posted a loss of $263.2 million in the fourth quarter, as the company was buffeted by restructuring costs and impairment charges from its recent film releases.
"Hunger Games" studio Lionsgate has made a significant investment in video game developer and publisher Telltale Games, paving the way for the companies to collaborate on new games and TV shows.
NBCUniversal revenue last year increased 7.5% to $25.4 billion with improvements at the NBC broadcast network, cable channels and theme parks.
Comcast Chief Executive Brian Roberts said Tuesday he expects the federal government will approve his company's $45-billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable and that the deal will be complete by this summer.
Television entrepreneur Byron Allen has filed a $20-billion racial discrimination lawsuit against cable giants Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable.
Kevin Hale announced his retirement as longtime vice president and general manager at Fox-owned KTTV and KCOP.
And the Oscar goes to... social media! (Kind of.)
Scrutiny of Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly’s reporting on the 1982 Falklands war protests isn’t going away.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” saw ticket sales drop 73% from its opening, but an estimated $23.2-million second-weekend gross was good enough to win the box office race and push the movie's domestic haul so far to $130.1 million.
A day before the Oscars, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti rolled out his own Hollywood campaign.
Despite an anticipated drop in ticket sales, "Fifty Shades of Grey" is poised to dominate the box office for a second weekend.
Cable giant Viacom Inc. has restructured its large portfolio of TV channels while expanding the responsibilities of veteran programming executive Doug Herzog.
Could "CSI: Hulu" be the next installment in the storied franchise? Don't count on it. But "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is looking to bring its grisly crime-solving to the streaming site.
Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-Los Angeles) on Wednesday became one of the first members of the U.S. House to publicly oppose a proposed merger of Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable.
Warner Bros. Pictures President Greg Silverman and his colleagues huddled in a darkened screening room on the Burbank lot.