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  • Box office top 20: 'Furious 7' speeds to $59.6 million

    "Furious 7" continues to run loops around the competition, taking the box office checkered flag for the second straight week with a commanding $59.6 million in North American theaters. The Universal action sequel has made $251.5 million in two weeks,...
  • 'Furious 7' keeps speed, tops box office with $60.6 million

    The high-octane thriller "Furious 7" maintained speed in its second week, racing away with $60.6 million at North American theaters and bringing its box-office total to a robust $252.5 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Universal's "Furious...
  • LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties

    LACMA reframes its future with growing Hollywood ties
    The guest list for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's 50th anniversary gala Saturday night might easily be mistaken for that of a Hollywood awards show. Studio executives Robert Iger of Walt Disney Co., Michael Lynton of Sony Entertainment and...
  • ‘Wonder Woman': Warner Bros. hires new director Patty Jenkins after Michelle MacLaren’s departure

     
    Praise Gaea! “Wonder Woman” has landed a new director. Days after Michelle MacLaren departed as director of the DC Entertainment […]...
  • GLAAD study finds studio movies lagging in LGBT roles

    An annual study by GLAAD has found that Hollywood studios continue to lag in producing films representing gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, despite a slight improvement over the last year. Examining the 114 films released by the seven...
  • GLAAD Report: Movies improving for gay characters, still lack transgender roles

    GLAAD Report: Movies improving for gay characters, still lack transgender roles
    Studios are slowly starting to show more lesbian, gay and bisexual characters on film, according to the annual Studio Responsibility Index released today by media advocacy group GLAAD. The report, which studied releases from the seven major studios in...
  • Box office: 'Furious 7' still in driver's seat; 'Longest Ride' comes in third

    Box office: 'Furious 7' still in driver's seat; 'Longest Ride' comes in third
    “Furious 7” again raced to the top spot at the box office this weekend. The latest installment from the Universal Pictures franchise dominated domestic ticket sales with $60.6 million in its second weekend—still robust despite a 59%...
  • Another news victory for ABC over NBC

    NBC's "Nightly News" has lost to ABC in the ratings for the second straight week and only the second time since 2009, increasing pressure on the network to decide whether suspended anchor Brian Williams will return. The Nielsen company said ABC's...
  • China's Huayi Bros. Media closes film slate deal with Burbank-based STX Entertainment

    China's Huayi Bros. Media closes film slate deal with Burbank-based STX Entertainment
    Chinese film production company Huayi Bros. Media Corp. has closed a major film slate deal with Robert Simonds' new movie and television studio, Burbank-based STX Entertainment, highlighting the growing business ties between Hollywood and China. ...
  • China's Huayi Bros. Media closes film slate deal with STX Entertainment

    China's Huayi Bros. Media closes film slate deal with STX Entertainment
    Chinese film production company Huayi Bros. Media Corp. has closed a major film slate deal with Robert Simonds' new movie and television studio, STX Entertainment, highlighting the growing business ties between Hollywood and China. Under the three-...
  • Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves

    Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves
    When cable TV was growing in the 1980s and '90s, many of its programs were past hits from the lineups of ABC, CBS and NBC. "The Andy Griffith Show" was the top show on Turner Broadcasting's TBS. Viacom made classic TV a big business by packaging...