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‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Stomps to Pandemic-Best $122M Foreign Start

China alone turned in a massive $70.3 million. The Legendary and Warner Bros. tentpole doesn't open in the U.S. until next week.

Cannes Sets Dates for Pre-Festival Online Market

The Cannes Marche will hold online-only screenings for market and select festival titles in May, ahead of the planned in-person festival in July.

California to Expand Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults on April 15

Adults over 50 will be able to receive the vaccine starting April 1.

Bono, Penelope Cruz, David Oyelowo and Kumail Nanjiani Lend Voices to Pro-Vaccine Animated Series ‘Pandemica’

Patrick Adams, Samuel Arnold, Connie Britton, Meg Donnelly, Danai Gurira, Nick Kroll, Laura Marano, Phoebe Robinson, Michael Sheen, Wanda Sykes and Calum Worthy round out the 'Pandemica' voice cast.

Regal Owner Cineworld Posts $3 Billion Loss, Raises Cash, But Warns “Material Uncertainty” Remains

The cinema giant, led by CEO Moshe Greidinger, eyes a reopening of its U.K. sites from May, but reiterates continued uncertainty "around its ability to continue as a going concern."

John Boyega’s ‘Naked Singularity’ to Open San Francisco Film Fest

The SFFILM's hybrid event will show 103 films online and at physical drive-in screenings.

Behind the Scenes of Hollywood Reporter’s Pandemic-Era Photo Shoots

Preparation. Precaution. Perseverance. Five photographers offer an up-close glimpse of their work shooting Regina King, Sacha Baron Cohen and more.

NBC’s ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Brings Back Live Studio Audience

The move, which also saw the host return to his longtime home of Studio 6B, makes it likely the first nightly, network late-night program to bring back a live audience since the pandemic began.

Virtual Hot Docs Fest to Open with ‘Artificial Immortality’

The Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is set to open with Ann Shin's Artificial Immortality, a film about AI, robotics and biotech.

German Cinemas Stay Shut as Country Extends Lockdown

The German government of Chancellor Angela Merkel has extended COVID-19 lockdown measures in the country until at least April 18. 

The Pain of Paying Dues in a Pandemic: Hollywood Hopefuls on the Rough Start to Their Careers

For those hoping to make it in the industry, the past year has been particularly brutal and recovery feels slow to come

Hollywood Parents Seek Nearby Getaways for Spring Break Amid Pandemic

With spring break arriving in late March, many industry parents are looking for getaways after a winter of stay-at-home orders: "COVID responsibility and avoiding…