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"Avatar" sequel: rebooting the Hollywood-China romance?
"The Way of Water" debuted in China and the U.S. on Friday amid tense relations between the countries. A simultaneous theatrical release is a big deal.
How do movie theaters decide showtimes?
Deciding when a film plays is a giant moving puzzle that theaters have to put together every week.
How the "vertical integration" of streaming studios today evokes old Hollywood's power
Abraham Ravid, finance professor at Yeshiva University, thinks more contract disputes like the one between Scarlett Johannsen and Disney will pop up as streaming overtakes the movie theater experience.
Netflix promises a new movie every week. Can it afford that?
Some industry insiders are wondering whether it’s an overly ambitious strategy for the streaming giant.
Weak box office is scaring Hollywood into delaying theater releases
With the release of "Tenet," Hollywood hoped to prove Americans were eager to fill seats in cinemas. Nope. Now what?
Universal, banking on home audiences, to stream movie releases
Its other films currently showing may stream this week. Will people staying away from theaters pay the nearly $20 fee?
Disney hones "Star Wars" strategy in China, Latin America
Disney is widening access to earlier "Star Wars" movies for international audiences.
Wes Craven's legacy: Hollywood loves horror
As the director demonstrated, it doesn't take a big budget to make a huge hit.