Disneynature's "Elephant" film, narrated by Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, will be available to stream on April 3.
AMC Theatres announced on Wednesday that it is furloughing all 600 members of its corporate staff, including its CEO Adam Aron.
Here is how much money "The Lord of the Rings" franchise has made in time for National Tolkien Reading Day on March 25.
The coronavirus pandemic forced Netflix to shut down production of its shows, but that doesn’t mean the actors and other workers won’t be paid.
Woody Allen's memoir is finally out after a battle to get it published.
The need for social distancing has been good news for some drive-in theaters.
Netflix said Friday it is establishing a $100 million relief fund for workers in the worldwide creative community affected by the corona-virus caused halt of most film and television production.
Disney owned Pixar is the latest studio to move a big-budget title direct to viewers
Faced with a lengthy shutdown due the coronavirus pandemic, movie theaters are requesting relief from the Federal government, but will it be enough to save the industry?
The lights are out at the majority of the nation's movie theater creating economic hurdles for studios and theater owners
The coronavirus pandemic has cracked Hollywood's traditional theatrical window. Universal Pictures on Monday said it will make its current and upcoming films available for on-demand rental, becoming the first major studio to turn directly to home viewing in light of the virus.
Box office plunges to lowest level in over two decades amid coronavirus pandemic
Netflix has temporarily shut down all TV and movie production for two weeks amid novel coronavirus concerns.
"Mulan" was supposed to release March 27.
The film joins "F9" and "No Time to Die" on the list of films being delayed amid the outbreak.
The once-powerful movie mogul faced up to 29 years behind bars.
North American audiences are not staying away from theaters amid virus concerns
MGM will likely lose $ 30-$50 million dollars after opting to move its upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die
It’s Jagger’s first film since 2001’s “The Man From Elysian Fields.” And, he says, it might be his last.
An open letter to EON Productions, MGM Studios and Universal Pictures, calls for the movie to be delayed until the summer.