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Shock Study: Nearly Half of U.S. Moviegoers Still Staying Away from Cinemas

Nearly half of all U.S. moviegoers are no longer going to cinemas in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, signaling a longer-than-expected road to recovery for the exhibition industry. A new study shows that many Americans are still too scared of the coronavirus to step foot in a movie theater, while other factors like pricing continue to keep people away.

A theater sits empty shortly before the start of a scheduled film showing, attended by a half dozen people, at the Cineteca Nacional, Mexico's film archive, in Mexico City, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020. After being closed for nearly five months amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, movie theaters in the capital …

Study: More Than 150 Million People will Cancel a Paid Streaming Subscription in 2022

Hollywood is staking its future on digital streaming entertainment, but now that future looks increasingly like its being built on shifting sands. A new study predicts more than 150 million people will cancel a paid streaming subscription, like Netflix or Disney+, in the coming year, signaling greater financial uncertainty for studios looking to grow their subscriber bases.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - AUGUST 17: Guests attend Netflix's "Stranger Things" Celebrates 12 Emmy Nominations at Hollywood Forever on August 17, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Netflix)

Alec Baldwin Lawyers Up for Multiple ‘Rust’ Shooting Civil Suits

Alec Baldwin is lawyering up by hiring attorney Aaron S. Dyer of the New York law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman to represent him in civil suits related to the fatal on-set shooting on the indie western movie “Rust,” according to multiple reports.

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Broadway Actor Charged in Jan. 6 Attack on U.S. Capitol

A Broadway actor has been arrested and charged with participating in the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill, the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the District of Columbia said. James D. Beeks, 49, of Orlando, Florida, was arrested Tuesday in Milwaukee while reportedly on tour with a production of Jesus Christ Superstar, in which he played the role of Judas.