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Past articles by Travis:

Are the 'Avatar' movies animated? Here's why the Oscars don't think so.

"Avatar: The Way of Water" is mostly shot using motion capture, which the Oscars don't consider an animation technique. → Read More

James Cameron is king of the world — again

Avatar: The Way of Water is the No. 7 highest-grossing movie ever with $1.7 billion globally.Director James Cameron has made three of the top 10 biggest → Read More

Cast of Netflix's 'Stranger Things' is getting a big payday for the show's final season

The young "Stranger Things" actors have come a long way. They're set to make over $7 million for season five. → Read More

No, Netflix isn't losing its mega-hit 'Wednesday' to Amazon

Speculation swirled online this week that "Wednesday" could leave Netflix, but there's no way that's happening. → Read More

'Westworld' is leaving HBO Max entirely after getting canceled

The sci-fi series, which was canceled after four seasons last month, could reportedly move to a free ad-supported service. → Read More

How a 'Minions' meme craze among teens may have boosted the new movie's box office

The #GentleMinions meme was made popular on TikTok, in which young people show up to the new "Minions" movie in suits. → Read More

'Stranger Things' season 4 is Netflix's biggest premiere ever, surpassing 'Bridgerton'

Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven and Noah Schnapp as Will Byers in "Stranger Things" season four.Netflix"Stranger Things" season four was watched for 286 million hours in its debut weekend, Netflix said.It's the biggest series premiere for Netflix ever."Stranger Things" season four debuted on Netflix on Friday, three years after the third season premiered. And it's… → Read More

More streaming TV shows are getting renewed than ever before — except at Netflix

The growing streaming space is betting on long-running shows. But Netflix ordered more new series and renewed fewer in 2021 compared to 2020. → Read More

Data shows HBO Max and Discovery+ would make a formidable streaming player if combined

HBO Max and Discovery+ are expected to be combined into one platform now that the WarnerMedia-Discovery merger is complete. → Read More

Marvel shows like 'Daredevil' are moving from Netflix to Disney+ in March

"Daredevil," "Luke Cage," and more Marvel series that were previously on Netflix will debut on Disney+ on March 16. → Read More

8 video-game movies in the works after 'Uncharted'

Mark Wahlberg and Tom Holland in "Uncharted."Clay Enos/Columbia PicturesThe video-game movie "Uncharted" topped the box office over the weekend.Other game-based movies are coming soon or are in the works.As Hollywood looks to supercharge streaming services, more and more video games are getting the TV treatment, from Netflix's "Assassin's Creed" to HBO's "The Last of Us."Game-based movies, on… → Read More

Netflix's Korean zombie series 'All of Us Are Dead' is its most popular TV show right now

"All of Us Are Dead."NetflixEvery Tuesday, Netflix updates its weekly rankings of its most popular movies and TV shows.The Korean zombie series "All of Us Are Dead" is Netflix's most popular series right now. Netflix is set to release more than 25 Korean originals in 2022, its most in a single year.Its latest, the Korean-language zombie series "All of Us Are Dead," debuted on Friday. In its… → Read More

'The Batman' is nearly 3 hours long. History suggests moviegoers won't be deterred.

Robert Pattinson as Batman and Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman in "The Batman."Warner Bros."The Batman," which opens in theaters on March 4, is two hours and 55 minutes.It'll be the longest theatrical movie starring Batman yet, but that shouldn't hurt its box office."The Batman" will be the longest theatrical movie starring its title character ever released when it opens in theaters on March 4.Warner… → Read More

How the buzz for HBO Max's first DC spinoff 'Peacemaker' compares to Disney+ Marvel shows

Data shows that HBO Max's "Peacemaker" is similar in audience engagement to Disney+'s "Hawkeye." Both shows trailed Disney+'s "WandaVision" in engagement. → Read More

'Don't Look Up' is already one of Netflix's biggest movies of all time

Jennifer Lawrence in "Don't Look Up."NetflixEvery Tuesday, Netflix updates its weekly ranking of its most popular movies and TV shows."Don't Look Up" was the streamer's most watched movie this week and is one of its biggest ever.Director Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up" topped Netflix's weekly ranking of its most popular movies for the second week in a row — and is already one of the streamer's top… → Read More

How China became the world's top movie market and what it means for Hollywood

China surpassed the US as the world's biggest box office in 2021. Experts say fewer Hollywood movies could be approved in the region in the future. Hollywood → Read More

The 4 best Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, according to audiences

Zendaya as MJ and Tom Holland as Spider-Man in "Spider-Man: No Way Home."Sony Pictures"Spider-Man: No Way Home" received an A+ grade from CinemaScore.CinemaScore surveys audiences on a movie's opening night."Spider-Man: No Way Home" earned $260 million at the US box office over the weekend, the second biggest opening of all time behind "Avengers: Endgame." It's already grossed $600 million… → Read More

Netflix says 'Red Notice' was its biggest movie debut of all time in its first weekend

"Red Notice" was watched for 148 million hours over the weekend, Netflix said on Tuesday. It's Netflix's biggest opening weekend ever for a movie. "Red Notice," → Read More

Netflix's 'Money Heist' is the top TV show in the world

"Money Heist" is the most in-demand series globally across all platforms, according to Parrot Analytics. The first half of the show's final season premiered → Read More

Why the future of movie theaters is looking uncertain again

Some Hollywood studios have once again started delaying their movies or selling them to streamers. It's a sign that theaters could face more complications → Read More