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Leonardo DiCaprio’s dedication as an actor cannot be denied, and his work with top directors has produced some of the best films of the past 30 years.
2020 was a tough year for movie theater owners and for movie producers. Global ticket sales dropped by nearly three-quarters. The bright spot, of course, was streaming digital entertainment, which...
The Disney+ streaming service has just boosted its forecast (again) for total subscribers in 2024 to up to 260 million, a total that Apple TV+ can only dream of.
Apple is expected to lose its position this year as the top choice for podcast listeners. Spotify is forecast to beat Apple and to garner a larger share of the podcast audience in the years ahead.
24/7 Tempo has compiled a list of the best movies by black filmmakers, and from this list, picked the best film.
To help viewers at home avoid losing any of their free time to cinematic black holes, 24/7 Tempo has determined the 15 worst sci-fi movies ever made.
In addition to rising hopes for a change in U.S. law removing marijuana from a list of dangerous drugs, a swarm of retail investors has been taking aim at pot stock short sellers. Here's how that's...
The Beatles are the most famous rock band of all time, based on such metrics as popularity on Spotify and Facebook and performance on the Billboard charts.
Historical epic "Gone With the Wind," made in 1939, remains the top-grossing movie of all time.
The best western currently available for streaming is "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," according to user and critic ratings on the Internet Movie Database and Rotten Tomatoes.
Sidney Lumet’s 1957 drama about 12 jurors battling over the guilt or innocence of a minority youth charged with murder failed to win any awards at the 1958 Academy Awards but has lived on as a...
The film sequel with the absolute worst rating is "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2." It is one sequel that left moviegoers wishing it had never been made.
In the worst holiday movie ever made, Kirk Cameron plays himself and attempts to save the Christmas spirit by arguing in favor of all the lavish spending and extravagance that come with the holidays.
How many of Jimmy Stewart's films are seen every year, year after year, for decades, and will be for decades to come? Just one.
AT&T’s Warner Bros. just dug the grave for troubled movie theater company AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. (NYSE: AMC). Warner has decided to release its 2021 slate of films on its HBO Max...