Kim Masters, host of KCRW’s The Business, breaks down Hollywood's top stories.
Netflix says ‘thanks, but no thanks’ to pricey Nancy Meyers’ filmEntertainment
Netflix passed on Nancy Meyers’ latest title due to budgetary disagreements. Why did the streamer pull back on a deal with a top filmmaker?
Stars should keep high salaries, says agency exec at Morgan Stanley ConferenceEntertainment
Can stars keep top salaries under current studio’s austerity measures? An agency exec proposes it at the Morgan Stanley TMT Conference.
Warner Bros. golden ticket: Will they make new ‘Lord of the Rings’ films?Entertainment
Following Amazon’s release of their expensive “Lord of the Rings” series, Warner Bros. Discovery announced they too want to make new films from the “Lord of the Rings” world.
‘Ant Man’ gets poor reviews. Will the Marvel invincibility last?Entertainment
With its latest movie “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” getting poor reviews, Marvel Studios may have a creative problem.
Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg reconcile at Oscars luncheonEntertainment
Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise seem to have reconciled at the Academy Award luncheon. Who benefits from the friendship?
Disney’s Bob Iger open to selling Hulu, plans exit in two yearsEntertainment
A day after Disney’s Q1 report and Bob Iger’s restructuring and cost cutting plans, he announced he’s open to selling Hulu, and possible exit in two years.
James Gunn, Peter Safran present a new DCU plan. Will they deliver?Entertainment
Co-chairs of DC Studios at Warner Bros. Discovery James Gunn and Peter Safran have unveiled a new plan. Will they deliver?
Big stars, popular films are nominated. Will audiences watch the Oscars?For Your Consideration
Will the Academy attract viewers with two nominees having the highest total gross in history? Plus, a look at Oscars surprises and snubs.
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