Despite the deep-rooted racism and prejudice that exists within Hollywood, we are in the 21st century. We have the internet, various production companies, and platforms that are challenging the status quo.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on March 27.
Andy Warhol's painting "Blue Marilyn" may be the most expensive work of art to be sold in a Christie’s auction.
The Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) said Monday it is pausing the release of theatrical films in Russia, starting with the upcoming Pixar Animation Studios release, "Turning Red." Within hours, WarnerMedia said it would pause this week's release of "The Batman" in Russia.
Hollywood star Gerard Butler seemed to really enjoy his recent visit to Egypt.
On August 8 , many important events took place.
A year after South Korean satire “Parasite” took Hollywood by storm, another Korean-language movie, “Minari,” is making waves during awards season.
Just a few years after the #OscarsSoWhite uproar in Hollywood, Black culture is making its mark on this year’s award season with critically acclaimed films like “One Night in Miami,” “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and the latest release, “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
Egypt’s Amir Hedayah wins Best Title Music at Hollywood Music in Media Awards.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass stated that he is friends with the British model Naomi Campbell, who is currently visiting Egypt.
The concert's program includes singing anthologies from the most famous Hollywood films and international operas.
Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey was accused in a civil lawsuit on Wednesday of sexual assault and battery in the 1980s by actor Anthony Rapp and a second, unnamed person when both plaintiffs were about 14.
Britain’s Prince Harry and his American-born wife Meghan have signed an exclusive multiyear production deal with Netflix Inc.
The hopes of Hollywood were riding on the opening of “Tenet” on Wednesday as the Christopher Nolan spy thriller tests the appetite of movie fans to return to cinemas and rescue an industry hammered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As home-bound audiences eagerly await new programming during the coronavirus pandemic, Hollywood has been slow to get cameras rolling again.
Walt Disney Co’s live-action epic “Mulan” will skip most of the world’s movie theaters and go directly to the company’s streaming platform in September
Insurers have largely stopped covering independent film and television productions against the risk of COVID-19 illness, a shift that threatens the supply of new entertainment in 2021, Hollywood producers, insurers and industry experts said.
Hollywood came under intense scrutiny for a lack of diversity in 2015 when the #OscarsSoWhite movement spotlighted the dearth of Black nominees for the film industry’s highest honors.
Universal Studios said on Monday it expects to resume production in early July on “Jurassic World: Dominion” as Hollywood begins to emerge from a three-month coronavirus shutdown.
Hollywood studios and labor unions on Monday proposed extensive coronavirus testing and other safeguards to allow actors and crew members to resume movie and TV show production in the United States.