When DreamWorks Studios decided to start pre-selling international territories one year ago, some observers took it as a sign that its main financier, India's Reliance Entertainment, was scaling back.
3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
Given "Avatar's" technological achievements, it's no surprise 20th Century Fox is turning to James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster to break new digital ground with the film's release on Apple's iTunes.
Consumers keep spending less on DVD as they switch over to Blu-ray, streaming services like Netflix and VOD, with the aging disc format earning 44% less last year than it did in 2009, despite strong…
Supermarkets have become an increasingly important venue for studios to sell their films, with 20th Century Fox set to up its presence in grocery stores for the homevideo release of "The Chronicles…
Sales of new DVDs in Blighty rose by 15.7% in July compared with the same month last year.
Earth Day turned into Christmas for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment last week as consumers clamored to re-visit Pandora.
All eyes are now on how James Cameron's sci-fi epic will perform when it bows on homevideo.
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