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Walt Disney Co. is merging its interactive and consumer products divisions in response to "changing consumer preferences in a marketplace increasingly influenced by technology," the Burbank company said Monday.
Seth MacFarlane's comedy "Ted 2" fell short of tracking expectations with a $32.9 million launch as "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out" continued a tight race for No. 1 at the box office.
Veteran actor Ian McKellen celebrated with a Vine video. Singer Miley Cyrus rejoiced with some screaming and a few emojis. And talk show host Ellen DeGeneres summed up her joy in two words and a hashtag.
Warner Bros. is about to premiere a major expansion of its backlot tour in a bid to grab a larger share of Los Angeles' lucrative tourism business.
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court ruled Friday that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. And the majority of Hollywood was rapturous.
Walt Disney Studios announced Thursday it has crossed the $1-billion mark at the domestic box office after 174 days, beating its previous record of 188 days in 2012.
There's a three-way race this weekend as "Ted 2," "Inside Out" and "Jurassic World" rack up ticket sales that could put June within range of being the biggest month ever at the box office.
It's looking like another robust weekend at the summer box office as "Ted 2," "Inside Out" and "Jurassic World" enter a three-way race for No. 1.
Three U.S. films - "Furious 7," "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Jurassic World" - have sold almost $750 million in tickets in Chinese theaters since April.
He's one of the most feared litigators in Hollywood. Over a four-decade career, Neville Johnson has wrangled more than $350 million for actors, writers and other clients he contends were shortchanged their fair share of royalties and profits.
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has launched its safety hotline program for members to report hazards on the job.
Ralph Roberts, who built Comcast from a small cable TV system in Mississippi into one of the nation's largest entertainment companies, has died. He was 95.
Pixar's emotional new film "Inside Out" should be feeling pretty happy based on early box-office numbers.
The entertainment empire Rupert Murdoch is turning over to his sons James and Lachlan will face far different challenges from the ones he encountered during the last 60 years.
Female moviegoers flexed their box-office might again this weekend, helping Melissa McCarthy's comedy "Spy" take the No. 1 spot with an estimated $30 million in the U.S. and Canada.
Shares of 21st Century Fox were little changed Thursday as the succession plan for Rupert Murdoch became clearer.
Charter Communications said it will offer the Los Angeles Dodgers-owned cable channel to its customers in Southern California beginning Tuesday, ending a 14-month TV blackout that's left thousands of baseball fans fuming.
Fast-growing music streaming company Spotify is armed with half a billion dollars in new funding as it faces its most formidable challenger yet - Apple.
Robert Redford's Sundance Cinemas is putting itself up for sale.
Beleaguered anchor Brian Williams is still awaiting word about his future, but network insiders believe that it's unlikely he'll return to his desk at the "NBC Nightly News."