The top four films this week are all domestic Chinese films. In the past, at least one of those would be from Hollywood.
The 1918 pandemic helped shift the film industry’s center of power. Could the coronavirus pandemic do the same?
With the release of "Tenet," Hollywood hoped to prove Americans were eager to fill seats in cinemas. Nope. Now what?
Many businesses remain open, but the island and its economy are not untouched by the global COVID-19 crisis.
Set staff may be tested regularly for COVID-19, and studios are reportedly thinking of limiting the use of extras.
Although the algorithms can crunch numbers and other data, they can't quite crack creativity.
After a century of thrilling movie audiences, will stunt workers be recognized?
It was a scandal last year when one of the world's biggest movie stars vanished from the public eye for months.
It's a time-consuming endeavor.