At 12:01 am on Monday, 60,000 TV and fi
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Though Hollywood has served as the film capital of the US for more than a century, the entire Golden State has been a backdrop for countless movies, TV shows and commercials. Lured by the mild climate, diverse landscapes and short drive up from LA,
Idris Elba’s urban western “Concrete Cowboy” will be riding its way onto Netflix.
The streamer has picked up the cowboy tale after it debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Netflix will release the film in 2021.
UCLA's latest diversity report predicts a $159 million movie lacking authenticity from diverse voices will lose $32.2 million in its first weekend, and potentially $130 million in overall box office.
Big and medium-sized Hollywood movies lacking a div
"We see an elongated, challenging recovery for both film studios and movie theaters," Credit Suisse's Meghan Durkin wrote in an investors note.
With film production slowly restarting and cinemas reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Credit Suisse anal
After more than six months of struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Hollywood issued a dire message about the state of the movie theater industry — the nation’s cinemas “may not survive” without help.
Groups representing movie studios, theater owners
Olivia de Havilland, a two-time Oscar winner and for decades the last surviving star of "Gone With the Wind," has died at the age of 104, her publicist Lisa Goldberg told CNN.
As Hollywood commits to featuring more Black actors on camera, another question arises: What is being done about the support staff around them — and particularly in the hair and makeup trailers?
When “The Bold Type” star Aisha Dee posted a letter on I
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