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‘Glass Onion’ and ‘Matilda’ Test Netflix’s Approach to Theatrical Releases

That enthusiasm was short-lived, stifled when Mr. Sarandos emphasized his commitment to streaming during last month’s earnings call.Some of the large exhibitors were considering backing out of the deal after […]




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After Hollywood’s #MeToo Reckoning, a Fear It Was Only Short-Lived

The movement led to increased diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, but now there is worry that executives have turned their attention elsewhere. Read More













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How a Spreader of Voter Fraud Conspiracy Theories Became a Star

In 2011, Catherine Engelbrecht appeared at a Tea Party Patriots convention in Phoenix to deliver a dire warning.While volunteering at her local polls in the Houston area two years earlier, […]




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At Corporate Pep Rally, Disney CEO Pitches Warmer, Fuzzier Side

Every few years, the Walt Disney Company stages a colossal pep rally for its most-ardent fans. The three-day event is called D23 Expo, and roughly 140,000 people pay anywhere from […]




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Movie Theaters Had a Great Summer. But There’s a Plot Twist.

The hits just keep on coming. But not the ones movie theaters need.Unwelcome forces — Netflix, 50-inch TVs, the coronavirus pandemic — have buffeted cinemas for years. Now, staggering debt […]




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After Pixar Ouster, John Lasseter Returns With Apple and ‘Luck’

LOS ANGELES — The most Pixar movie of the summer is not from Pixar. It’s from Apple TV+ and the lightning-rod filmmaker-executive who turned Pixar into a superpower: John Lasseter.Five […]




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Netflix, Still Reeling, Bets Big on ‘The Gray Man’

Anthony and Joe Russo like to go big.In 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” the directing brothers shocked fans when they erased half the global population and allowed their Marvel superheroes to […]