The annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, scheduled for May 2 in Cleveland, has been called off because of coronavirus.
In the latest sign of the coronavirus' impact on Hollywood, Universal has pushed back the release of "F9," one of its key summer tentpoles, to next year.
Due to growing concerns about the coronavirus, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's "A Quiet Place Part II" will not hit theaters as planned on March 20.
Liz Garbus directs the Netflix true crime drama 'Lost Girls,' starring Amy Ryan as a woman searching for her missing daughter, a New Jersey sex worker.
His documentary "You Cannot Kill David Arquette" was set to debut at South by Southwest. A day after the festival's cancellation, Arquette staged his own premiere screening for friends and family.
Celia Laskey's novel "Under the Rainbow" tracks LBGTQ activists in the heartland
'I Still Believe' is a fact-based drama starring K.J. Apa as Christian music star Jeremy Camp during a time when his faith was tested.
"Balloon," a based-on-fact drama about two families attempting to escape Communist East Germany in a homemade hot-air balloon, is built on classic movie thrills.
Director Andrew Goldberg's documentary "Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations" look at four examples of perhaps the oldest hatred.
Shortly after Tom Hanks revealed he and wife Rita Wilson had tested positive for coronavirus, Twitter users wished the actors a speedy recovery.