As theaters struggle to stay open during Covid-19, many can't go on without studio blockbusters.
Covid-19 is bringing back things from the past like drive-in movies and classics like Jaws, Back to the Future and Black Panther
Documentary filmmakers are all clamoring to cover the Black Lives Matter protests after the murder of George Floyd.
Michelle Obama is back with her Netflix documentary Becoming that will be a surefire Netflix ratings hit.
Warner Bros is forced to delay The Batman and more movies again from the Coronavirus pandemic while NFL pulls off their 2020 draft virtually.
While people are social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic, movie fans are getting together for online watch parties.
Disney was forced to change their entire Marvel Cinematic Universe slate of films as the Coronavirus pandemic rages on.
As Coronavirus continues ramping up in America, the stars of the film Contagion have created a PSA teaching people how to avoid it.
North American theaters felt the coronavirus impact as box office numbers hit a twenty year low with Onward topping charts again.
Onward topped the box office pushing The Invisible Man into second place, but it was a weak opening by Pixar film standards.