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You Can Now Audition For 'American Idol' From The Comfort Of Home
Pandemic Is Driving A Need For 'Virtual Productions' In Hollywood
Is 'Straight-To-Streaming' The New Normal In Hollywood?
NBCUniversal Announces Layoffs
Disney Switches Gears, Will Send 'Mulan' To Its Streaming Service
Character Actor Wilford Brimley Dies At 85
Disney+ Is Now Home To Beyoncé's Newest Album, 'Black Is King'
Hundreds Of Indie Music Venues Are In Danger Of Closing Completely
The First-Ever Online Theater Company Is Turning Screens Into Stages
Oscar-Winning Actress Olivia De Havilland Dead At 104
Regis Philbin, Iconic Television Personality, Dies At 88
Redesigning Hollywood: How Will Variety Shows Look After The Pandemic?
Movie Studios Shake Up Their Release Schedules Amid Pandemic
Alex Trebek Memoir Touches On Life, Career And Cancer Diagnosis
ViacomCBS Cuts Ties With Nick Cannon Over 'Anti-Semitic' Comments
Judge Rejects Weinstein Settlement Deal, Calls Terms 'Obnoxious'
Actress Naya Rivera's Body Found In Lake Piru
Celebrities Are 'Passing The Mic' To Public Health Experts
Kanye West Announces Bid For Presidency
The Pandemic-Driven Revival Of Drive-In Movie Theaters
Hollywood Actor, Director Carl Reiner Dies At 98
Broadway Theaters Plan To Not Reopen Until 2021
MTV VMAs Set For August And Will Span All 5 NYC Boroughs
Orange County Lawmakers Push To Drop John Wayne's Name From Airport
For These Black Artists, Public Art Can Be A Form Of Protest
Fortnite Reportedly Removes All Police Vehicles From Game
Actors And Playwrights Call Out Racism In 'White American Theater'
Hollywood Wants To Get Back On Set, But Can Studios Afford It?
Oscar Ceremony Delayed to April 2021 Because of Coronavirus
Oscars To Add New Inclusion Requirements For Awards Eligibility
Lady Antebellum Changes Its Name Amid Protests
Cop Shows Are Facing Major Scrutiny Amid Calls For Racial Justice
AMC To Reopen 'Almost All' Of Its U.S. Movie Theaters In July
HBO Max Temporally Pulls 'Gone With The Wind' Movie
U.S. Prosecutors Request Interview With Prince Andrew In Epstein Probe
Pop Culture Fandom Groups Are Supporting Protests Online
Celebrities Use Their Voices To Speak Out Against Racial Injustice
Asian Americans Are More Represented In The Media Than Ever Before
Lady Gaga Celebrates New Album With More Coronavirus Relief Aid
New Pixar Short Has First Gay Lead Character
Run Out Of Stuff To Watch? HBO Max Is Launching This Week
Lori Loughlin And Husband Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scandal
What Does The Post-Pandemic Future Of Movie Theaters Look Like?
Bookshop Platform Gives Independent Booksellers A Way To Sell Online
Broadway Theaters To Remain Closed Into September Over Pandemic
Can Virtual Comic-Cons Replicate The Real Thing?
Rock And Roll Pioneer Little Richard Dies At 87
These Companies Are Making (Virtual) Game Nights Possible
Obamas Will Host Virtual Commencement For 2020 Graduates
Local Indie Bookstores Are Facing A 'Daily Fight' Against The Pandemic
What Are People Actually Watching During The Pandemic?
COVID-19 Is Enabling Some Governments To Limit Press Freedoms
Sen. Cruz Aims To Block U.S. Aid For Films Censored For China Audience
This Web-Slinging Superhero Hosted A Live Trivia Game From Home
Netflix Gained Over 15 Million New Subscribers Since The Start Of 2020
R. Kelly's New York Trial Postponed Until September
Streaming Is Thriving Amid The Pandemic. Can Newcomers Succeed, Too?
NASCAR Driver Kyle Larson Fired After Using Racial Slur
'Saturday Night Live' Is Returning With A Remotely Produced Show
Broadway Theaters To Remain Closed Into June Over Coronavirus
Self-Quarantined Authors Are Pivoting To Virtual Book Tours
HBO Is Unlocking Nearly 500 Hours Of Content To Stream For Free
'Lean On Me' Singer-Songwriter Bill Withers Dead At 81
In Quarantine, Social Media Is The Only Stage In Town
Prince Charles Has Recovered From The Coronavirus
Former 'Bachelor' Star Speaks On Public Recovery From COVID-19
CNN's Chris Cuomo Has The Coronavirus
Prince Harry And Meghan Don't Need U.S. Government To Provide Security
Displaced TV And Film Workers Among Millions Helped By Relief Package
Duchess Of Sussex's First Post-Royal Job Is With Disney
AMC Theatres Furloughs 600 Corporate Staff, CEO
Prince Charles Tests Positive For The Coronavirus
Tony-Winning Playwright Terrence McNally Dies At 81 From Coronavirus
Netflix Creates $100M Coronavirus Relief Fund For Out-Of-Work Crews
Virtual Venues Are Replacing Physical Ones Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Cannes Film Festival Postponed Due To Coronavirus
Entertainment Workers Face Major Job Losses Amid Pandemic
Harvey Weinstein Moved To Maximum Security Prison In New York
U.S. Movie Theaters Are Facing An Uncertain Future
'Saturday Night Live' Suspends Taping Over Coronavirus Concerns
Bill Gates Is Leaving The Boards Of Microsoft And Berkshire Hathaway
The Coronavirus Is Accelerating Entertainment's Digital Evolution
Coronavirus Containment Policies Close Curtains For U.S. Theaters
Tom Hanks' Elvis Presley Biopic Among Several Halted Productions
Charles Barkley Is Selling His Awards To Give Back To His Hometown
Tom Hanks And Rita Wilson Test Positive For The Coronavirus
Music Festivals And Concerts In Jeopardy As Coronavirus Fears Worsen
Harvey Weinstein Sentenced To 23 Years For Sexual Assault
Prince Harry And Meghan Wrap Up Final Royal Duties
How Are Shuttered Chinese Movie Theaters Impacting Hollywood Films?
New James Bond Movie Postponed Amid Coronavirus Fears
Recording Academy Fires Ousted CEO Deborah Dugan
'Hardball' Host Chris Matthews Retires From MSNBC
Longtime 'Inside The Actors Studio' Host James Lipton Dies At 93
Celebs Incognito: We Followed Around 'Captain America' At C2E2
Lori Loughlin's College Admissions Scandal Trial Has A Date
Canada To Soon Stop Providing Security For Harry And Meghan
True Crime Is Having A Big Moment — Especially Among Women
1,300 People Complained To The FCC About The Super Bowl Halftime Show
Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Down