A federal judge has sided with Tyler Perry Studios and Lionsgate, dismissing a claim by author Terri Donald that the feature film "Good Deeds" infringed the copyright on her book.
PBS announced at its TCA session that period drama “The Bletchley Circle” will receive a second season. From Guy Burt, “Bletchley Circle” centers on four women who work as code breakers in the U.K…
MSNBC markets itself as a place for discussion and community. Yet when bombs explode at the Boston Marathon or unrest shatters Egypt, viewers want information first, and analysis — even solutions &mdash…
This might be tough news to deliver to a venue full of middle-aged people decked out in full "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" regalia, but it's time for Comic-Con to grow up — not the attendees, mind you…
Kickstarter has leveled the playing field for artists in need of funding. But the influx of pros like Zach Braff has many wondering how crowdfunding will be transformed by showbiz (and vice versa).
With the upfronts looming next week and ABC in last place among the coveted 18-49 demo, Disney chief Bob Iger has one request for network: "We could use a few more new hits and hits that we own."…
A broad-minded but pretty vanilla third film in the French toon series from Gallic helmer Michel Ocelot
Amber Entertainment has snapped up movie rights to Brit author Catherine Fisher's young-adult fantasy novels "Incarceron" and “Sapphique.” Amber’s Ileen Maisel will produce. Fisher and Lesley…
Hollywood studios are quick to offer figures on the cost of piracy, but a new study sheds light on whether efforts to combat it is at all working. A study conducted by Carnegie Mellon’s Initiative…
Paul M. Barrett is an assistant managing editor and senior writer at Bloomberg Businessweek, and has been an editor and legal affairs reporter for the Wall Street Journal and staff writer and editor…