Covid-19 has killed more than 437,000 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 15:
HBO Max launches to a captive audience stuck at home without access to theatre, live music, shopping excursions or live or televised sporting events.
HBO Max's launch follows telecoms giant AT&T's $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, and brings that sprawling media empire's titles under one roof.
The controversial app that has long drawn national-security and privacy concerns in the US, has Disney's Kevin Mayer as the new Chief Executive Officer
The Disney production, which opened in March 2018 and is based on the blockbuster 2013 movie, will not return, Disney said in a statement.
The revised schedule confirmed eagerly awaited Marvel movies "Black Widow" and "The Eternals," as well as the latest "Thor" and "Doctor Strange" sequels, have all been pushed back as the virus shutters theaters around the world.
Disney+ launched in Britain, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria and Switzerland with reduced picture quality to ease data volumes flowing through networks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Move comes in response to an EU call to stave off internet gridlock as thousands work from home due to the coronavirus outbreak.
With millions of restless children currently cooped up inside by the coronavirus outbreak, the timing could not have been better for the world's largest entertainment company.
The new 'Playmakers' project is aimed at girls aged five to eight years old, who are not currently playing football, and is focused around play and games involving popular Disney characters and storylines.
Hollywood has embraced diversity on-screen, but progress has been much slower off-screen.
Disney’s animated sequel scored another $34.7 million in North America.
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