A year after 27-year-old camera assistant was killed by a freight train in Georgia, the parents of Sarah Jones launched a new effort to keep their daughter's memory alive.
With the Oscars less than a month away, here's a look at how the best picture nominations are doing at the domestic box office.
DreamWorks Animation's plans to lay off 500 people, overhaul management and release fewer movies was intended to reassure investors that the struggling Glendale studio was taking steps to right itself.
Media company Viacom's stock slipped last year -- but the company's chief executive, Philippe Dauman, saw his compensation soar 19% to $44 million.
How does it feel to hold a $100,000 acoustic guitar?
Ashton Kutcher reached a major milestone in 2009: beating out CNN to be the first Twitter user to reach 1 million followers.
John Woo’s highly anticipated romantic nautical epic “The Crossing: Part 1” could not right its ship in its second week in Chinese theaters, sinking to third place in the box-office rankings in the seven days ending Sunday.
The nostalgic romantic youth drama “Fleet of Time” sunk director John Woo’s much-anticipated nautical epic “The Crossing: Part 1” at the Chinese box office in the seven days ending Sunday.
A four-count criminal complaint has been filed by the Los Angeles city attorney's office against talent manager Debra Baum, alleging that she violated the Krekorian Talent Scam Prevention Act by charging clients more than $100,000 in up-front fees.
John D'Angelico, the famed New York guitar maker, built just 1,164 instruments before he died in 1964, and the brand all but disappeared for five decades.
DreamWorks Animation stock tumbled after the studio announced layoffs and over $300 million in writedowns and charges.
DreamWorks Animation took a sweeping step Thursday to shore up its bottom line, unveiling plans to cut 500 jobs, shake up top management and scale back film production.
Two days after his State of the Union address, President Obama had to win over a new audience: YouTubers.
DreamWorks Animation announced Thursday that it would cut 500 jobs in the wake of a string of box-office disappointments.
Looks like the odds were in Lionsgate's favor in 2014.
Forget free shipping, Amazon wants to make "Transparent" available for free.
Fox's "Empire" is on a roll.
Despite three new releases, "American Sniper" will likely hold down the top spot at the box office.
Netflix shares surged 17% on Wednesday as Wall Street was encouraged that a jump in subscribers will help the streaming giant’s strategy to grow overseas.
Television viewership for President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night fell to a 15-year low, according to numbers from Nielsen.
Are female fans eager to hear Katy Perry roar at the Super Bowl?
U.S. TV shows including “Agent Carter,” “Empire” and “Shameless” have suddenly been removed from Chinese video streaming sites this week, a sign that government regulators are pressing ahead with vows to exercise greater censorship of online video content.
Netflix finished off 2014 with better-than-expected subscriber growth as the streaming giant gained users outside the U.S.
It's looking less likely that members of Teamsters Local 399 will go on strike against commercial producers.
The Federal Communications Commission is demanding that Viacom and ESPN pay fines totaling $1.4 million for misuse of Emergency Alert System warnings.
The average price of a movie ticket rose to $8.17 in 2014, the highest yearly average on record, according to The National Assn. of Theatre Owners.
Fender's curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades.
DreamWorks Animation SKG, the upstart studio that once rivaled Walt Disney Studios in mining box-office gold from animated features, is embarking on a fresh round of layoffs following a string of disappointing releases.
Amazon.com is ready to join the big picture show.
Stung by a series of box office misfires and failed sale attempts, DreamWorks Animation plans a substantial number of layoffs, two people familiar with the matter said.
Move over, Hollywood movie studios.
Setting aside the perceived snub of "Selma" in the Oscars nominations last week, director Ava DuVernay and producer Oprah Winfrey joined their cast and crew to march alongside local residents of Selma, Ala., on Sunday in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Move over, critics: Computers are the new film experts in Hollywood.