The digital revolution will change everything, we've been told. The cost of moviemaking will be reduced, enabling new talent to strut its stuff. Directors will require less in the way of equipment…
Mercedes-Benz is making a movie. Well, sort of. The German luxury automaker recently bowed a trailer for a new thriller called "Lucky Star," which stars Benicio del Toro, in British movie theaters…
Los Angeles is a valet kind of town, so it's not surprising that studios are beginning to take advantage of the parking process to promote their pics.
Online travel agency Expedia has rejected a takeover bid from Barry Diller's USA Interactive, saying it sees more potential for growth if it remains independent.
It doesn't take much to figure out what staffers were yelling at Yahoo! on Wednesday, when the Internet portal giant posted its first profit in six quarters.
DirecTV vet John Godwin has been tapped chief technology officer of Movielink, the video-on-demand service being created by a consortium of Hollywood studios.
Cinesite and Rhythm & Hues have been tapped to create a large portion of the f/x for 20th Century Fox's superhero sequel "X-Men 2."
An awkward alien named Meeper is introducing Hollywood and auds to Sony's new toon unit.
RealNetworks has launched GamePass for its RealOne Arcade service, the latest piece of the Internet software giant's subscription puzzle.
Raising the animation ante, DreamWorks is planting two major 2004 toons on Disney's favorite turf: June and Thanksgiving. The mini-major has planted "Shrek 2" and "Sharkslayer" on mid-June and…