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"Straight Outta Compton" continued its streak on top of the box office, and the faith-based drama "War Room" exceeded expectations with a No. 2 debut.
Twitter has long been part of the Hollywood swirl. Celebrities routinely use the messaging service as a marketing device. Then there are the VIPs who sometimes make news by tweeting out a random thought that proves offensive - Ashton Kutcher, we're looking at you.
It looks like an otherwise strong summer at the domestic box office is is ending on a low note.
Netflix isn't the only streaming service that has its sights set on Japan. Rival Amazon will launch Prime Instant Video in the country next month.
The Rev. Al Sharpton is losing his weeknight pulpit on MSNBC and will move to Sunday mornings.
In the latest executive shakeup at DreamWorks Animation, the Glendale-based studio said Michael Francis is stepping down from his role as the company's chief branding officer.
Every four years, the English-speaking TV world rediscovers Jorge Ramos.
A New York bankruptcy judge has cleared the path for the sale of troubled film studio Relativity Media, which declared Chapter 11 last month.
Donald Trump's trolling of Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly on Twitter isn't hurting her standing with viewers.
Children's programming might have just become the new front line in the subscription battle between Netflix, Amazon.com and other major streaming services to boost subscriber numbers.
In a bid to expand its presence in the world's second largest film market, Warner Bros. is in talks to produce local language movies in China through a joint venture with a state-backed investment fund.
Ken Howard, the veteran actor who starred in the 1970s TV series "The White Shadow," defeated "Home Improvement" actress Patricia Richardson to remain president of Hollywood's largest entertainment union.
In a move to significantly bolster its music business, United Talent Agency announced Thursday that it acquired the Agency Group, the world's largest independent music agency.
In a propitious sign for Los Angeles' production sector, one of Hollywood's largest prop houses is reopening six years after it shut down.
Entertainment conglomerate NBCUniversal has agreed to make a $200-million equity investment in BuzzFeed, both companies confirmed Tuesday.
After four weeks atop the mainland box office charts, "Monster Hunt" fell to second place in the seven days ending Sunday. But the live action/animation film still has a chance to surpass "Furious 7" as the top-grossing movie ever in China.
Quick, what rhymes with "corporate synergy?"
Veteran news director Bill Dallman has been tapped as vice president and news director of KCBS-TV Channel 2 and KCAL-TV Channel 9.
It's no surprise that the people who turned out in the largest numbers to see "Straight Outta Compton" mostly were Angelenos, but the list of top 10 theaters for ticket sales nationally has a surprise at No. 1.
Harish Kumar considered himself lucky to nab a ticket on a recent night at Cinemark's sprawling theater complex at the Howard Hughes Center in Westchester.