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Disney-Fox Deal Marks Seismic Shift for Hollywood's Studio System
The $60 billion deal would be the first time in modern history that a major Hollywood studio has gobbled up another major, throwing the fate of Fox's film and television operations into question.
Disney's Bob Iger to Talk to James Murdoch About Possible Executive Role
"I will continue to discuss whether there is a role for him here or not," the Disney CEO told analysts during a morning call.
Guillermo del Toro on the Urgency of 'The Shape of Water' | Director Roundtable
The director told THR he felt an "urgent, political, human need," to make his film.
Did Vladimir Putin Perform Movie Stunt Work in the 1970s?
At the time, he was a university student in St. Petersburg.
Palestinian Oscar Submission 'Wajib' Wins Big at Dubai Film Festival
The event drew to a close Wednesday with the regional premiere of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi.'
'What A Wonderful Family! 2': Film Review | Hawaii International Film Festival 2017
Yoji Yamada revisits the dynamics of contemporary Japanese families in this sequel to his 2016 ensemble comedy.
'Kiss Me Not' ('Balash Tbousny'): Film Review | Dubai 2017
Yasmine Rais ('Factory Girl') plays a popular starlet who suddenly decides to take the veil, thus wrecking a first-time director’s film, in Ahmed Amer’s satire.
China's Youku Inks Licensing Deals With Sony, NBCUniversal
The Alibaba-owned Chinese streaming service will get early access to studio tentpoles like 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' and 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.'
'And the Winner Isn't': Film Review
Roger Moore's son Geoffrey Moore, an amateur songwriter, tries to get an Oscar for best original song in Nik Panic's winking documentary.