Italian B-movies -- that distinctive genre of gory, garish, and stylish pics that did killer biz for decades, before going dormant in the early 1990s -- have been reawakened by Quentin Tarantino.
Spain's Constitutional Court has authorized Baltazar Garzon, a judge at its Audiencia Nacional, to reopen the case against former Italo prime minister Silvio Berlusconi for tax evasion and false…
The Mouse House is gearing up to adapt more of its TV shows in Latin America. Properties Disney is pushing for remake include "Golden Girls," "Moonlighting," "Home Improvement" and "Amazing Grace."
Having spent so much time realigning its production and marketing teams, the new-look Paramount is understandably nervous about negative reviews.
In an almost unprecedented move, a Mumbai court Thursday jailed movie pirates Samath Abdul Amir Khan and Mukesh Satish for six months and fined them $1,100 each.
Once trundling toward oblivion, the Japanese movie biz has roared back in the past two years, making more pics, scoring more hits and taking more market share away from Hollywood.
Marking an armistice in Spain's TV soccer wars, Spanish pay TV giant Sogecable and rights broker and production company Mediapro have teamed to share Spanish league and cup soccer rights.
Disney may be localizing versions of "Desperate Housewives" for the Latin American market -- but U.S. viewers would see little difference.
Microsoft's decision to enter the digital entertainment market with its Zune brand players and software this fall will turn a lot of its partners into competitors.
Blighty's dominant pay TV platform BSkyB reported fourth-quarter profits down 35% to £126 million ($234 million) year-on-year amid a spending increase aimed at wooing customers.