The 1918 pandemic helped shift the film industry’s center of power. Could the coronavirus pandemic do the same?
About a third of Alamo Drafthouse’s revenue is coming from private rentals, while many people are wary of sitting next to strangers.
"It has been a real tough puzzle for Hollywood to figure out," Hollywood Reporter's Bryn Sandberg says.
Women and people of color made gains in nearly all TV employment categories, according to a UCLA report.
Straight to video might be the only way studios can do business for a while.
As the pandemic continues, actors are being called back to the set, with caution.
Studios are struggling to find the best way to release new movies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some critics say the entire genre needs a serious overhaul because of the way it glosses over police brutality.
CBS's "The Bold and the Beautiful" is restarting filming with on-set health guidelines in place.