"Superman Returns" perfectly embodies the phrase "too little, too late." After a five-month delay, EA's adaptation of the WB summer tentpole is finally out, just in time for the homevideo window…
Forget the Oscars, Golden Globes and Emmys.The online Center for Media and Democracy has unveiled the winners of this year's Falsies, which recognize "the most heinous polluters of the information…
London Eye: Forget the Arctic Monkeys, Lily Allen, the phenomenon of TV's "X Factor" or the comeback of Take That. The biggest event in British rock 'n' pop this year was the "new" Beatles album…
This year's glut of animated films made for some nasty B.O. jostling, as pics from stalwarts Pixar and DreamWorks slugged it out with a raft of hopefuls from other studios and animation upstarts.
Beleaguered auds in Lebanon are prepping for the January launch of another satcaster, Orange TV. The channel is the brainchild of opposition leader Michel Aoun, head of the Free Patriotic Movement.
There's an old showbiz axiom that says stick to what you do best. But in 2007, cablers are adhering to another showbiz truism: Nobody ever succeeded by playing it safe.
While Western media continues to be obsessed with all things celeb, China is heading in the opposite direction. China Central TV says it wants to cut down on TV shows about celebrity lives and gossip.
ProSiebenSat 1's ratings battle against RTL Television is about to spread beyond Germany and into Europe as the broadcast group's new owners forge plans to merge it with Luxembourg-based SBS…
Most Italian bizzers are jazzed that native son Gabriele Muccino's "The Pursuit of Happyness" is in the spotlight in the U.S.
If school teachers want free copies of "An Inconvenient Truth" to show students, producers have 50,000 DVDs they're eager to give away.
A host whom pubcaster ARD threw off air because of his age is launching a digital channel devoted to issues for viewers over 50. Max Schautzer, 66, who wrote a bestseller about his firing called…
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