Why the Yankees Will Continue to Pay the Luxury Tax
Derek Jeter embarks on his farewell tour in 2014, as Fox takes over the YES network. What does this mean for the future of the MLB's highest-valued franchise?
Warner Bros. Prepares a Monster-Sized Hit with New Godzilla Movie
The last time that Godzilla was featured in an American film, fans were turned off by the non-traditional take on the monster. With Warner Bros.' upcoming "Godzilla" film, it seems that the studio has gone the traditional route to help ensure happy box office returns.
‘12 Years a Slave’ Wins Best Picture Oscar: 3 Lessons for Hollywood
What three key lessons can Hollywood learn from the critical and commercial success of ‘12 Years a Slave’?
Japan’s Coming Casino Decision May Come Down To Non-Gaming Entertainment
Japan wants a casino industry without the seediness of the current gambling fleshpots of Tokyo. Family centered non-gaming entertainment may take center stage, as it did in Singapore.
Is Fantastic Four’s Human Torch Making a Trip to Superman’s Metropolis?
While fans adjust to the news that Michael B. Jordan has been cast as the Human Torch in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot, new rumors suggest that he may be in talks to play another costumed hero as well.
Why WWE Might Not Get the TV Deal it Wants
The WWE has both opportunity and risk as it attempts to dramatically increase the rights fees it receives for its U.S. television programming.
NBC Casts Matt Ryan as ‘Constantine’ for Upcoming Series
NBC is moving into production on a pilot for a possible "Constantine" series, based on the character from DC Comics' "Hellblazer." Could a "Constantine" show be a hit for the peacock network?
Baseball’s Biggest Problem: It’s Not Steroids
While the league struggles with on-field issues like performance enhancing drugs, there's a far bigger problem looming that threatens its long-term success.