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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in May

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

Disney+’s New Releases Coming in May

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

‘John Carter’ Movie Rights Regained by Edgar Rice Burroughs Estate

The estate plans to partner with a new studio to continue the franchise

Walt Disney Studios President ‘Extremely Focused’ on International Growth

"China could be an $8 billion marketplace in the next several years, so if we make the right kind of movies that they like, then you can see that multiplier expanding," the exec stated on Wednesday

ERB, Inc. Teams With Dynamite for New ‘John Carter,’ ‘Tarzan’ Comics

The estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs puts its lawsuit against the indie publisher behind it with new agreement to relaunch "John Carter" and "Tarzan" comic series.

Disney’s Quarterly Profit Beats Expectations

UPDATED: CEO Bob Iger touts "Iron Man 3's" box office haul and upcoming films including "The Lone Ranger," but says ABC "could use a few more new hits."

Disney Scores Top Spot in SNL Financial Report

The research firm ranked 25 entertainment companies on the basis of net income and operating revenue.

Les Moonves Declares DVR Viewing Should Be Counted ‘Equally’ in Ratings Measurements

The CBS chief hinted at aggressive negotiations with Time Warner Cable and addressed online distribution strategy at the Deutsche Bank Media and Telecom conference.

Visual Effects Oscar: The Illusions Behind ‘Avengers’ Through ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’

With the Academy's shortlist of finalists due Jan. 3, a look at the effects we take for granted -- from a Bengal tiger on a lifeboat to a 3D Gollum.

Andrew Stanton to Direct Pixar’s ‘Finding Nemo’ Sequel

The director, who stumbled with the live-action flop "John Carter," returns to his animation roots with a follow-up to his 2003 undersea adventure.

Box Office Mid-Year Report: What’s Worrying Hollywood

Domestic revenue is at a record level, so why aren't studios smiling? Between the dramatic slide in 3D attendance and a string of jaw-dropping disappointments, there's little reason to celebrate.

‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’ Leads Home Video Sales for Second Straight Week

The Robert Downey Jr.-starrer continues its strong run, while "Project X" debuts at No. 2.