Homevid execs don't have quite as much to cheer about at CES this year.
Who says stoners have no ambition? Three months into their reunion tour, Cheech and Chong, the original pot comedy kings, have their sights set on a network TV show, films and their own theater in…
Carrie Fisher can't stop writing or talking about her life, but who can really blame her? With stories like these, there's no need for her to hide behind fiction any more.
The top grosser of the year is about to become the top homevideo seller of the year. During its first week of release, "The Dark Knight" sold more than13.5 million discs across all retail channels…
You do realize how fabulously plugged in Michael Wolff is, don't you? The media chronicler has so much in common with Rupert Murdoch that he can't help sharing it in "The Man Who Owns the News."
Anecdotes gathered by co-author Bill Burke provide expected color and emotional shadings, but the overall portrait can't help but disappoint those expecting more a lively discourse from Turner…
Batman's latest cinematic adventures set an impressive new benchmark for Blu-ray this week, when Warners sold 600,000 copies of the pic on Tuesday alone.
The Hollywood sign now has a rival. On Wednesday night, Variety's name went up in lights atop 5900 Wilshire, the refurbished 31-story office building across the street from the L.A. County Museum of…
The mood promises to be grim Wednesday at Yahoo, where 1,500 staffers are expected to get the boot under previously announced layoffs.
"Call Me Ted" is every bit as unconventional as the man whose life it chronicles. Part memoir and part oral history, the book intersperses Ted Turner's own narrative with stories about him…