Sub-brands such as Star and Hulu have allowed Disney to experiment with adult-themed content while protecting its core brand.
In a rousing speech, one of the “organisers” of the rebellion muses on the lifelong struggle of activists and wades into the debate on the best way to effectively resist.
Doctor Who episodes missing from the BBC archives have been recovered from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Africa.
Both are orders of religious warriors and both were taken down by power-hungry rulers
Ms. Marvel represents a break from the ‘Muslim equals Middle Eastern’ portrayals popular in western media.
Time dilation might seem like science fiction, but it’s not. There are astronauts circling the Earth right now who are experiencing it – though luckily nowhere near as much as Buzz Lightyear.
Lesser-known gods are featured in the Marvel series, which has pleased experts and fans alike.
Netflix’s subscription losses are a worrying shift for a business that had previously only seen sustained growth since 2011 – however there’s more nuance to the issue.
Get Back shines a light on the love that still existed between the Fab Four.
The revelation that a Superman is bisexual is a big deal in terms of Superhero comics, and it hasn’t gone down well with everyone.
Global spending on product placements is expected to top $23 billion in 2021, about a 14% increase over the previous year.
The latest Disney-Pixar film has been seen as containing queer themes, but what is the animation studio trying to achieve?
Like Joker, this adaptation seeks to humanise a famous villain. But is this revisionism or a new story altogether?
Advertisers forked over $5.5 million for a mere 30 seconds of air time during the Super Bowl. Here’s Twitter’s verdict on which brands got social media bang for their bucks.
Audiences have a growing appetite for slow weekly released TV.
Industry experts see the shift away from theatrical releases as a sign that Hollywood studios are embracing the inevitable future. But is it as simple as that?
The Urdu-speaking powerhouse, Ms. Marvel, has destabilized stereotypes of Muslims and reinforced ideas about American exceptionalism.
The 97-year-old media conglomerate has changed its business strategy and is focusing most of its energy on its streaming platform, Disney+.
A battle is raging between distributors with expensive blockbusters and cinemas with empty seats.
Cinemas have survived threats before. But the pandemic shutdown might speed up the shift to short theatre runs or take us back to the old studio-style monopolies.