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'The Mandalorian' cinematographer said shooting baby Yoda was similar to shooting Christian Bale in 'Vice'

Jemele Hill and Cari Champion have joined forces to host 'Stick to Sports,' a new show where they don't have to

The 8 best YouTube cooking channels to get ready for Thanksgiving

The 10 companies helping marketers with privacy, Medium taking on Apple News, Comscore recalibrates, and Quibi's high-profile exec departure

Disney writes down $353 million of its stake in Vice, chopping its valuation of the media startup for the 2nd time

Reporters call out Jill Abramson's book, claiming it contains factually inaccurate statements, uncredited reporting, and plagiarism

The Super Bowl was a snooze for fans, but there's still nothing like it for advertisers

Christian Bale called Donald Trump a 'clown,' but said he's 'far less dangerous' than Dick Cheney

Christian Bale thanks Satan at the Golden Globes for inspiring his performance as Dick Cheney in 'Vice'

Our predictions for who will win big at the 2019 Golden Globes — and who should win

Dick Cheney biopic 'Vice' is a wicked satire that messes with the audience and features an outstanding Christian Bale performance

22 movies coming to theatres before 2018 ends that you need to see this holiday season

Christian Bale gained almost 20kg to play Dick Cheney in a new movie — and he looks completely unrecognisable

See Christian Bale's transformation into Dick Cheney in the first trailer for 'Vice'

Shane Smith is out as CEO of the Vice -- and a seasoned media exec is coming in to replace him

Vice Media reportedly missed its 2017 revenue target by more than $100 million, largely due to its struggling cable TV channel

Vice's Canadian cable TV channel is going off the air, after low ratings and reported losses for the $100 million joint venture

Vice puts two executives on leave following sexual harassment reports

Vice had a 'non-traditional' workplace agreement that made some employees feel they could not complain about sexual harassment

Bombshell investigation finds Vice and its employees paid at least $184,000 to settle four sexual misconduct claims