Oscar Nominations of 2014: The Year of the Contemporary Historical Drama
The Oscar nominations are in -- and 5 of the 9 films nominated for Best Picture were historical dramas. Is this the start of a new trend in American cinema, and could it be dangerous for filmmakers to blur the lines between fact and fiction?
Weekend Box Office Preview: Jack Ryan and Ride Along Lead Rush of New Releases
This weekend, four movies enter the box office fray including "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit," "Ride Along," 'Devil's Due" and 'The Nut Job." However some studios may have more up for grabs than others and really need to find a hit.
Can Paramount Successfully Reboot Tom Clancy's 'Jack Ryan' Franchise?
It's been more than a decade since Tom Clancy's iconic character Jack Ryan last top-lined a film, but that will change this weekend when Paramount releases "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit." After so much time away from the big screen, will audiences still be interested?
Europe probes studios' deals with pay TV
EU hits studios and pay TV with antitrust probe
How the Golden Age of Television and Baseball Ends
The average baseball team is now worth a billion dollars. The eight largest contracts in sports history went to baseball players. How has baseball become such a money machine? And what does it mean for the future of the sport?
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Devil's Due, and Ride Along Look to Rule the Box Office in Jan
Paramount, Universal, and Fox will all release films in January that have similar reasons to expect long-term success.