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'Joker' is on track to make more money than any other R-rated movie in history at the box office

A 16-year-old moved to Los Angeles with dreams of making it in Hollywood. But he got his big break on the buzzy app TikTok instead.

Seeking nominations for top executives who are leading in the sports betting space

The best streaming services for horror movie fans, from Netflix to Amazon Prime Video to Shudder

HBO's 'Watchmen' director shares how being from Charlottesville made the series incredibly personal, and her thoughts on a season 2

2 major changes happening in comic books could shape the industry's future — and comic shops will have to adapt to survive

'Maleficent' sequel wins the box office but performs below expectations

The world's top-earning YouTube star is an 8-year-old boy who made $22 million in a single year reviewing toys

The top 9 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week

What Netflix's roller-coaster week and earnings report say about its pricing power and growth potential

'Star Wars' is a box-office juggernaut but has struggled for years in China. Disney wants to change that.

The 'Dr. Death' podcast team has a new medical investigation that delves into greed and desperation in the stem cell industry

The release of Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' has been halted in China, and it might be because of Bruce Lee's portrayal

Netflix's 8 most popular original movies and TV shows that it has shared viewership data for

Researchers from Columbia and Rutgers crunched the data and found no bias from The New York Times in its Trump coverage

Netflix championed its ability to 'create a brand almost out of thin air' ahead of the launch of Disney Plus, citing the success of 'Tall Girl'

'Bourne Identity' director Doug Liman thought he was pitching YouTube a 5-minute webisode with 'Impulse,' but he got a full-blown series that just debuted season 2

'South Park' mocked LeBron James over his comments about China

Netflix says 'Stranger Things' season 3 was watched by 64 million households in its first month, but it couldn't beat Adam Sandler

Netflix climbs 10% on international and earnings growth, despite missing subscriber targets for the second straight quarter