A food-obsessed French rat couldn't edge out a fish named Nemo, but he still did mighty well for himself.
The problems were sorted out quickly and the damage was slight, but a boycott of "The Simpsons Movie" by Indian exhibitors could be a sign of things to come.
Webheads who are counting on reality shows to get them through a possible strike might want to take another look at this summer's ratings.
Hollywood is a very small town in "Surviving Hollywood," the new vidgame that squeezes the entire experience of making it in showbiz onto a cell phone screen. Though it makes the process of arriving…
Sina Corp., China's online media giant, has acquired Internet broadcast rights to English Premier League and Italian Serie A soccer.
If Mark Cuban has his way, Brian De Palma's forthcoming Iraq war movie "Redacted" will be available to digital subscribers two or three weeks before the pic reaches the multiplexes.
In the latest sign of the escalating battle between online video sites and entertainment congloms, the startup site Veoh has taken pre-emptive legal action against Universal Music Group.
New Line's signed Chris Noth to reprise his "Mr. Big" role from "Sex and the City" in the feature version.
A series of underperforming films returned to haunt Lionsgate in a quarter splattered with red ink, but the company said results were in line with internal and Wall Street expectations.
Fox has picked up the script "Drop Dead Diva," a high-concept legal hour from Josh Berman ("CSI").
In a film fest landscape where size seems increasingly to matter, the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival, which runs Aug. 15-26, remains small, frisky and proud of it.