It looks like CNN and sounds like CNN, and its name even resembles CNN's. But a new satirical news show in Oz pokes fun not only at CNN, but also Fox News and their brethren.
How do you get people to pay for something they can get for free? Hello, bottled water. And if two young companies have their way, hello, satellite radio, too.
The 17th annual Fort Lauderdale Int'l Film Festival will unspool from Oct 18-Nov 24, featuring over 100 pics. Fest opens with the U.S. preem of Gallic helmer Artus de Penguern's comedy "Gregorie…
"Minority Report's" Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg proved a winning combo with mainland Euro auds this week, while Jackie Chan dressed up the box office in Southeast Asia with "The Tuxedo."
War in the Middle East hasn't broken out yet, but a battle against journos is apparently already under way.
If your agent called to tell you he wanted a commission before he got you a job, you'd probably fire him. Traditionally, agents get paid only when they land work for clients. Yet a burgeoning breed…
While zealots have been touting video on demand for two decades, online DVD rental firm Netflix has found success delivering movies via a very old system: the U.S. post office. And one big…
The Brazilian government has surprised the industry by relaxing restrictions on foreign media ownership sooner than expected.
A succession of purges worthy of the French revolution is reshaping the cash-strapped Gallic movie biz.
ShowEast's move from Atlantic City to Florida a couple years back traded craps tables for theme-park attractions, but it's also provided a new Latin flavor to the annual trade show.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures