Melissa McCarthy suffered her worst debut ever for a starring vehicle.
In a twist worthy of Shyamalan, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is holding as well as ‘The Sixth Sense’ in its second weekend.
Dinesh D’Souza’s latest “documentary” underwhelmed despite a 1,105-screen wide release.
Walmart has made tentative moves into the video rental/streaming video space over the years. A new report suggests that the retail giant is considering another shot at the business with a subscription service that will allow members to view movies and television shows at a price below $8 a month.
Netflix may recommend How It Ends to you if you like sci-fi, but don’t believe them. It’s an utter waste of time.
Television networks across Europe are forming alliances even between lifelong rivals, in a bid to create online platforms to match Netflix and AmazonPrime. HBO is also trying to be more like Netflix. But becoming Netflix is not easy: requires a new mentality and a powerful digital transformation.
The stock market put in an impressive close last week which has turned the short term A/D indicators positive. Does this mean that stocks can stay strong through earning’s season or are some too bullish on the market leader’s earnings?
People are so hyper-focused on pontificating about trade theory, they’re missing the policy execution that is busting the monopoly-threats in Silicon Valley…