|Makers of films such as 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,' likely always to be frozen out of the major Oscar wins, must console themselves with merely pulling in $381 million at the box office.|
The social media giant is reportedly willing to pay top dollar to license content that could help change how users watch videos on its app.
Six charts showing signs of smart money footprints.
Historically, it's been a very strong strategy for Viacom.
While Warner Bros. will score its first blockbuster opening of the summer, Fox will see its partnership with DreamWorks end with the swan song that is 'Captain Underpants.'