Rowan Atkinson's spy spoof "Johnny English" remained a potent player overseas in its soph session, racking up an estimated $19 million from 3,480 playdates in 38 territories during Easter weekend.
The 2004 kudos calendar is shifting again, with the Grammys planning an earlier date to avoid jostling with Oscar.
More than a year after its release, "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" was able to squeeze out one more award as the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America named the film's…
A two-hour documentary for A&E on the lives of the seven actors who played the von Trapp children in "The Sound of Music" is in jeopardy.
Activision has loaded the voice cast of its "True Crime: Streets of L.A." vidgame with big Hollywood guns, including Christopher Walken, Gary Oldman, Michael Madsen, Ron Perlman, Michelle Rodriguez…
The Bush administration is backing the record industry's fight to force Verizon and other Internet service providers to hand over the names of customers file-swapping pirated music.
Consumers spent more than $108 million to buy Warner Home Video's "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" on its first day of release in the U.S., according to estimates by Video Business magazine.
U.S. banks and Kirch Group creditors Lehman Bros. and J.P. Morgan are joining Germany's Bayern LB in taking over kidvidder EM.TV's stake in Formula One racing, EM.TV said Thursday.
French equipment and film services company Thomson saw revenues plunge 12% in the first quarter, despite big gains in its divisions that deal with Hollywood studios and broadcasters.
Vivendi Universal kept a stiff upper lip in the face of its second lawsuit in two weeks late last week, as it dismissed USA Interactive's legal accusations as being "without merit."
The fallout over Oliver Stone's controversial Castro pic "Comandante" has now been extended to its upcoming screening at the Tribeca fest. HBO, which decided to drop the film last week from its…