South Korea is the latest territory set to dial up TV by phone. Manufacturers are rushing to roll out new cell phones that can receive satellite signals in time for September's launch of digital…
From Los Angeles to London and beyond, the high-tech dream of switching off the analog TV signal by 2010 as every household goes digital looks set to become a nightmare for governments and regulators.
It's difficult to say where fluke left off and the snowball effect took over in the resurgence of documentaries on the bigscreen.
Film distribution in Argentina has been a lean business since the 2001-02 economic crisis, leaving moviegoers with less selection, especially in art films. Now a new player, Quasar Films, is bucking…
If any more proof were needed of the rising power of the international marketplace, look at "Troy" and "Van Helsing."
Two decades after fringe comedian Andy Kaufman died (or "died" as some insist) of cancer, the "Taxi" star is more embraced by Hollywood than he ever was during his career.
Broadway grosses saw a modest rise during Week 51 (May 10-16), creeping up 3.2% to $15,634,148, with attendance up 3.3% to 242,351 in the wake of the Tony nominations announcement on Monday.
Public opinion on gay topics ranges from outrage to indifference throughout Asia. But in some countries, pics with gay subjects are finding strong auds despite lingering stigmas.
Jeffrey who? It may have been the case that made "I hate the little midget" a household phrase, but five years after his legendary day on the witness stand, Disney CEO Michael Eisner is pretty hazy…
The ghost of 1985 hangs over the stalled Writers Guild negotiations with studios.
Road grosses dipped 1.1% to $13,634,811 during Week 51 (May 10-16).