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Redbox Cuts 150 Jobs Citing Pandemic Impact

Digital movie rental player Redbox Entertainment has cut 150 jobs to reduce operating costs amid the pandemic. On Friday, Redbox disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that the workforce reduction, completed on March 29, came “in response to the ongoing adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.” The company said the cost-cutting measure would […]

Pamela Anderson Says Netflix Doc Is Two Parts “So Far,” Will Follow Turn as Roxie in ‘Chicago’

Pamela Anderson says her recently announced Netflix documentary will be at least two parts and will feature a look at her Broadway debut in Chicago. The Baywatch actress gave an update on the doc, announced earlier this month, while discussing her turn as the musical’s lead, Roxie, a woman jailed for murder who turns her […]

Pamela Anderson Set to Make Broadway Debut in ‘Chicago’

One of the planet’s biggest celebrities will play a woman desperately craving fame when Pamela Anderson makes her Broadway debut next month in the musical Chicago, the Associated Press has learned. Anderson will play Roxie Hart from April 12-June 5 at the Ambassador Theatre, a remarkable union of one of the most recognizable sex icons […]

AMC Theatres Takes Over Former Cinemark Cinema Lease in Chicago

AMC Theatres has reached a lease agreement with GW Properties to take over and reopen AMC Evanston 12 in the Chicago area. The theater operated as the Century 12 Evanston movie theatre before Cinemark terminated its lease early on during the pandemic and is expected to open later this year. AMC said it is holding […]

Todd Whiting, NBCUniversal Digital Content Veteran, Dies at 45

Todd Whiting, a 17-year veteran with NBCUniversal, has died. He was 45. Whiting died suddenly on Jan. 4 of cardiac arrest resulting from pneumonia and complications from COVID-19, his family said. “Todd’s love of people and faithfulness in friendship is what will be missed by so many from coast to coast. Todd had an infectious […]

Dennis Rodman’s ‘48 Hours in Vegas’ Set for Movie From Lord Miller, Lionsgate

Dennis Rodman’s infamous 48-hour romp through Las Vegas midway through the 1998 NBA Finals is set for a movie treatment by producer Lord Miller for Lionsgate. 48 Hours in Vegas, based on a screenplay by Jordan VanDina, will portray Rodman’s madcap adventure in Sin City with his skittish assistant general manager just as the Chicago […]

Guild of Music Supervisors Honoree Maureen Crowe Sounds Off on Importance of Her Profession Amid a Changing Industry

The Guild's founding member and president, who will receive the organization’s Legacy Award at its 11th annual awards ceremony on April 11, discusses the Guild’s origins, its relevance to an industry increasingly reliant on the use of music in all of its forms, and its goals going forward.

HBO Max’s New Releases Coming in June 2020

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be added to HBO in June 2020.

Showtime: Movies Leaving in May

Take a look at the movies that will disappear from Showtime next month.

Showtime’s New Releases Coming in May 2020

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be added to Showtime in May 2020.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in January

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from the streaming service next month.

Catherine Zeta-Jones Is “Shocked and Disgusted” by Harvey Weinstein Claims

"That big old dinosaur of people who think a man is able to get away with that behavior and has been getting away with it for years, is extinct as of now," said the actress who won a best supporting actress Oscar for her role in Miramax's 'Chicago.'