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Apple Nabs Filmed Version of ‘Come From Away’ Musical

Apple Original Films has picked up the live filmed production of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical from Entertainment One.

European Authorities Accuse Apple of Distorting Music Streaming Market

Antitrust authorities in the European bloc have filed charges that could bring multibillion-dollar fines. The new case comes on the verge of a huge trial between Epic Games and Apple.

Apple Must Face Lawsuit for Telling Consumers They Can “Buy” Movies, TV Shows

Rejecting a motion to dismiss, a federal judge says it is plausible that consumers don't know that access to purchased content can be revoked.

Apple Acquires ‘Number One on the Call Sheet’ Docs About Pioneering Black Actors

The companion films are produced by Jamie Foxx, Kevin Hart, Angela Bassett, Halle Berry and others.

Apple Launches New iPad Pro, iMac, Apple TV 4K: What It Means for Hollywood

"Cinematographers, colorists and directors have needed a tool that can display their work faithfully, as they originally intended it to be seen, without having to be in color suites," says's…

Louis Armstrong Doc in the Works at Apple, Imagine Documentaries

Apple Original Films has greenlit 'Black & Blues: The Colorful Ballad of Louis Armstrong' from executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.

Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, Jillian Dion Join Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

The Canadian and American indigenous actresses join a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.

Apple Introduces Kid-Friendly Podcast Experience

Common Sense Media will help the tech company curate podcast collections for kids and families.

Apple Acquires ‘Luck,’ ‘Spellbound’ From Skydance Animation

Their overall deal includes animated TV shows like 'The Search for WondLa,' which gets a series order.

Sundance: Apple Nabs ‘CODA’ for Record-Breaking $25M

The title, which premiered in the U.S. dramatic competition, follows Ruby (Emilia Jones), the only hearing person in a deaf family. 

Apple Mulls Podcast Subscription Push Amid Spotify’s Land Grab

The iPhone giant has explored adding a paid audio product, a risky move given the proliferation of free, ad-supported programming.

How Foreign Streamers Could Save a Canadian Industry on the Brink

Canada forcing Netflix and other foreign streamers to pour $800 million annually into local Canadian content will be a lifeline for world-beating creators, say Bill C-10 supporters.