Hollywood studios don't directly own much of cyberspace, but the investment community is impressed at how the film biz suddenly seems adept at harvesting it.
The stock market has swooned and Wall Street fears a double-dip recession, but Hollywood has managed to stay above the doomsday fray -- at least for the moment.
Studio corporate brass have long complained about the spiraling costs of marketing films -- particularly the ever-rising fees charged by TV networks for commercial time -- and have futilely pondered…
The Web has been called a tool celebs can use to connect with their fans and build their audience.
Hollywood celebs have tweeted insensitive comments about breast feeding in public, circumcision and jokes about the Japanese earthquake disaster -- proof positive that not all of their Twitter…
Video-on-demand has for years fallen short of the industry's expectations, disappointing Hollywood and the cable biz alike. But that may be about to change.
Is the iPad a whole new media platform or simply just another "smart" TV in the home?
The selection process for picking the lawyers on Variety's first-ever Hollywood Law: Up Next list took no account of the candidates' gender. When the final list emerged, virtually half of the…
It will be a year before audiences see "Men in Black 3," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and other summer tent-poles scheduled for 2012, but production dailies are already being screened at trailer shops…
Trailers for big, glossy tentpole movies typically deliver a booming symphonic score or operatic choral sounds to convey an epic feeling, though the downside to such larger-than-life bombast is the…