Warner Bros. CEO Zaslav cancels release of $90 million film ‘Batgirl’
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav shocks the movie industry once again by shelving the nearly-completed $90-milion film “Batgirl.” What does this mean for the company’s future?
Summer blockbusters are over. Will theaters hit a box-office wall?
Movies came back this summer, providing theater owners some relief. However, cinemas could hit a wall, until big blockbusters, such as “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” are released in the fall. Meanwhile, moviegoers will turn to streaming services.
Netflix loses 1 million subscribers in Q2, below expectations. Has it turned the page?
Netflix lost nearly 1 million subscribers in Q2, below expected projections. But Netflix’s CEO thinks it’s a positive sign. So has the streaming service really turned the page?
Hulu gets 58 Emmy nods, but its future remains uncertain
Hulu gets 58 Emmys’ nominations this year, but its future as a streaming platform remains unclear.
The box office roars back: ‘Minions’ opens at $125 million
“Minions: The Rise of Gru” opens to a huge weekend, and “Lightyear” doesn’t meet Disney’s expectations. The Business host Kim Masters and Puck News founder Matt Belloni discuss.