DOJ repeals historic antitrust decree in film industry
The Justice Department has announced that it will review the Paramount Decrees, which are outlined in the 1948 settlement of a suit charging movie studios with monopolistic control over movie theaters. The Supreme Court ruled that eight companies held an unfair monopoly over the other studios, vi
RoboCop Returns, gets gore-friendly new director
Abe Forsythe, the Australian director of 2018’s Halloween, is on tap to direct RoboCop Returns, a direct sequel to 1987’s original RoboCop. Forsythe replaces Neill Blomkamp, who was originally slated to direct the new feature. Forsythe’s blood-gushing horror-comedy Little Monsters rates 81%
Fox files application to trademark ‘OK boomer’
“OK boomer,” the condescending comeback a member of Gen-Z might throw at an unsuspecting baby boomer is trending. It might become even more popular upon resolution of a current trademark battle.  The short comment dismisses “typical boomer” behaviors and viewpoints as outdated, rooted in
Disney prioritizes ‘creative instincts’ when greenlighting projects
Netflix proudly describes itself as a data-driven company that relies on analytics to create TV content that will please subscribers. A glance at the company’s achievements demonstrates that the approach works. Nonetheless, executives in charge of the new Disney+ streaming service say they woul