"Condemned 2: Bloodshot" will strike some players as a pulse-pounding, mind-challenging delight; for others, it will be a nausea-inducing nightmare.
The debut of the late Anthony Minghella's final film "The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency" proved an Easter Sunday hit for BBC1, pulling 6.3 million viewers.
Repping little short of a French revolution in film and TV funding, movie finance from Gallic regional, county or local authorities rose to a nationwide total of Euros 52.5 million ($80.8 million)…
David Mamet's "Redbelt" will preem at the Tribeca Film Festival in tandem with the ESPN Sports Film section of the fest on April 25.
EMI Music Publishing U.K. has promoted Felix Howard from A&R manager to vice president of A&R.
The CEO of Sony BMG Music Entertainment says that the company is developing an online music subscription service that would give users unlimited access to its music and be compatible with a host of…
U.K. online upstart BlinkBox Entertainment has licensed more than 160 TV shows from FremantleMedia Enterprises in a deal that enables auds to edit the programs and add their own comments.
Blighty's battling terrestrial web Five has at last appointed a director of programs.
The Smashing Pumpkins are suing Virgin Records, saying the record label has illegally used their name and music in promotional deals that hurt the band's credibility with fans.
The Motion Picture Association has promoted Christopher Marcich to president and managing director of its operations in Europe, the Mid-East and Africa.
Former RDF Media chief creative officer Stephen Lambert, who launched nonscripted hits such as ABC's "Wife Swap" and BAFTA-nommed U.K. entry "The Secret Millionaire," has opened his own production…