Superhero movies like "The Batman" and the "Black Panther" sequel could attract moviegoers, but the pandemic will continue to disrupt theaters.
From Marilyn Monroe to Marlon Brando, every big name in Hollywood history has appeared at the awards.
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A theater industry exec is concerned about fewer movies being released to theaters in 2022 and the potential impact of big tech on business.
The North American box office in 2021 doubled 2020's total, but was still down 60% from 2019 as the theatrical industry continues to recover.
Imax ended the year on a high note while the larger theatrical industry struggles to recover amid the pandemic.
Nearly all of the most pirated movies of last year were available online, either on streaming services of PVOD platforms.
China has the world's biggest movie box office, and its government intends to keep the top spot with a five-year film plan.
Sony's new Marvel movie, "Morbius," and the next entry in the "Scream" horror franchise debut in January.
Shows like "Breaking Bad" and "The Wire" consistently won over critics, and their best seasons set a standard for what great TV looks like.
The Warner Bros. films that earned the most at the box office, like "Dune" and "Godzilla vs. Kong," also performed well on HBO Max.
Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, and a number of other critically acclaimed directors have directed at least one movie that critics tore apart.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" became the first movie of the pandemic to cross $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
One of the biggest threats facing the movie business is a smaller supply of theatrical releases, one executive said.
Adult dramas like "West Side Story" and "The Last Duel" struggled this year as superhero movies dominated the box office.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" received an A+ grade from audiences, joining three other MCU movies that have scored that high.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" earned $253 million domestically over the weekend, the third biggest opening of all time.