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Netflix canceled Marvel's 'Luke Cage' and 'Iron Fist' in the span of a month, and it could show a strategy shift


I went to the opening concert of the BTS World Tour, and it was beyond anything I’ve seen before — and then I got kicked out


Netflix and YouTube combine for over 70% of the time teens spend watching video, as cable TV slumps



Jonah Hill explains how he got music from legends like Morrissey and A Tribe Called Quest in his directorial debut, 'Mid90s'


'Halloween' earned $77.5 million over the weekend, the biggest opening ever for the franchise


Netflix's 'The Haunting of Hill House' is surging in popularity and is the next big hit horror TV show



How musicians really make their money — and it has nothing to do with how many times people listen to their songs


The new 'Halloween' movie was going to kill off a main character — then creator John Carpenter stepped in


Netflix's 'The Haunting of Hill House' director is making a sequel to Stephen King's 'The Shining'


The 19 biggest horror movies of all time, ranked by how much money they made at the US box office


Some MoviePass investors are cheering on a new government investigation into the company's finances


John Krasinski is writing a sequel to his hit horror movie, 'A Quiet Place,' after first telling the studio to move on without him



Some MoviePass investors are cheering on a new government investigation into the company's finances


Jonah Hill says he showed only one movie to his cast to prepare them for 'Mid90s,' his directorial debut


'Halloween' is poised to have the biggest horror-movie opening of the year and has already broken a record


A film starring Fan Bingbing alongside Bruce Willis got axed after China made an example of her



The Rock is the most loved of the world's 100 highest-paid entertainers


Jake and Logan Paul have been poster boys for bad behaviour on YouTube, but they're also some of the platform's most talented artists


'The Conners' premiere fell well short of 'Roseanne' in ratings, but it's still a hit for ABC


Stephen King loves Netflix's new horror series, 'The Haunting of Hill House,' and called it 'close to a work of genius'