“Compton: A Soundtrack” had 25 million streams worldwide in its first week on Apple’s new service, but is expected to open in second place in the United States.
Robert Iger announced “jaw-dropping” plans for attractions based on the box office juggernaut at two parks.
How will television viewers hungry for sketches about racial injustice fill the gap after Comedy Central’s of-the-moment series ends its run?
The company is conducting an experiment in how far it can push white-collar workers to get them to achieve its ever-expanding ambitions.
John Lasseter, Disney’s top animation executive, told fans about a coming musical version of “Jack and the Beanstalk”; “Moana,” about the adventures of a Pacific Island princess; and “Toy Story 4.”
Under the deal, production will increase to 35 episodes a year from the current 18, and a spinoff show and another new educational series for children will be created.
The network extended its commitment to the popular host just weeks before Stephen Colbert takes over “The Late Show” on CBS.
Western authors are finding that new versions of their books about Russia are appearing in bookstores there — rewritten and released without their permission.
The company closes out a bad week with battered stock and a failed takeover bid .
Large-screen and 3-D formats, usually reserved for action blockbusters aimed at younger audiences, are now being employed for the kind of movies shown at film festivals.