With a show based on its popular videogame franchise “Halo” in the works from Steven Spielberg, Nancy Tellem is starting to put her first slate of shows together that she wants to launch on Microsoft…
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has opened the doors to WB Games San Francisco, a new development studio that will specialize in creating free-to-play, mobile, social and browser-based games…
Swedish actress Anita Bjork, one of Sweden's most respected actresses and a performer for director Ingmar Bergman both onstage and onscreen, died in Stockholm on Oct. 24. She was 89.
French vidgame publisher Ubisoft is launching Ubisoft Motion Pictures to adapt its game franchises into films and TV skeins.
3D is just two months shy of taking its biggest step into people's homes.
Digital tech has taken entertainment out of the theater or concert hall and made it ubiquitous. Music lovers can carry an entire record collection on their iPods or watch their movies anywhere on…
Less of a potshot at George W. Bush than a backhanded benediction for him, A. R. Gurney's jokey new play, "A Light Lunch," is refreshingly unlike most contempo American political theater.
There are two kinds of people destined to see this revival of "Rocky Horror Show": those addicted to Richard O'Brien's cult-classic musical and those interested in how David Ar-quette looks in a…