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The tech giant kicked the tires on 'No Time to Die' and mulled an offer in the $350 million to $400 million range, which was a nonstarter for the studio.
10/27/2020 by Borys Kit, Tatiana Siegel
Writer-director Zoe-Lister Jones continues on the path of the 1996 cult horror hit, with Cailee Spaeny as the new witch in town to provide the missing fourth point of a high school coven.
10/27/2020 by David Rooney
The U.S. government claims the tech giant has abused its position with respect to search services.
10/20/2020 by Eriq Gardner
The exec has now re-upped his contract until April 1, 2024, with a bump in his annual salary.
09/25/2020 by Etan Vlessing
The mogul will give up all of his cash bonus at his publishing company.
05/07/2020 by Alex Weprin
United Talent Agency CEO Jeremy Zimmer told staff Wednesday of impending increases in pay for hourly employees.
09/02/2020 by Mia Galuppo
Part one of the two-part series, which was developed and executive produced by the Quintanilla family alongside Netflix, will premiere Dec. 4, 2020.
10/06/2020 by Jessica Roiz, Billboard
'Things I Know to Be True,' based on Andrew Bovell's play, is the third project at the streamer for the actress and producer.
10/28/2020 by Rick Porter
"The sacrifice you have made over the past several months has allowed us to protect our full-time colleagues," Fox chief legal and policy officer Viet Dinh wrote to staff.
08/20/2020 by Alex Weprin
Sienna Miller on How Chadwick Boseman Gave Her Part of His Salary to Increase Pay on '21 Bridges' | THR News
Sienna Miller says that '21 Bridges' co-star Chadwick Boseman took a cut of his own salary on the 2019 action-thriller and gave it to her after she "asked for a number that the studio wouldn't get to."
The Nicole Kidman-Hugh Grant limited series draws a first-night audience similar to that of 'Lovecraft Country.'
10/26/2020 by Rick Porter
The cable giant, led by CEO Tom Rutledge, who has extended his contract with the firm through 2024, mentions an estimated $218 million in credits for video customers due to "expected rebates from sports programming networks, which result from fewer games broadcast during COVID-19."
10/30/2020 by Georg Szalai
"It's just unfathomable to imagine another man in that town behaving that graciously or respectfully," Miller said of her late co-star.
09/28/2020 by Abbey White
Sanaa Hamri and Danny Strong are developing 'Ya Bint' at the Disney-owned cable network.
07/30/2020 by Rick Porter
The actors were among participants in Stop Poaching Now!’s 24-Hour E-Race Extinction Event to raise awareness of the illegal killing affecting rhinos, elephants and other wildlife.
08/18/2020 by Degen Pener