Hollywood heavyweights including Bill Mechanic, AMC CEO Gerry Lopez and Village Roadshow's Robert Kirby have thrown their weight behind First Rites, a new portal website intended to give first time…
What’s better than a Vine clip posted to Twitter? A Videogram, a more immersive video-discovery system created by startup Cinemacraft, which several Hollywood studios have already experimented with…
In a match-up only Hollywood could think up, Warner Bros. has revealed the first trailer for "Grudge Match," starring "Rocky's" Sylvester Stallone and "Raging Bull's" Robert De Niro.
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
The distance between Hollywood and Silicon Valley is being bridged by people like Seacrest and Systrom, who are emblematic of an ongoing cross-pollination between these two worlds.
Hollywood's major unions have backed Viacom in its attempt to overturn rulings in its copyright infringement case against Google subsidiary YouTube.
Facebook already has become a powerful promotional tool for film studios and TV networks. But the social network is about to increase the value of their marketing messages around the launch of a new…
Peter Falk will posthumously receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday, honoring a career best remembered for his work on the hit TV show “Columbo.” Stay Tuned Thursday for…
The Peacock is making a play for more ad dollars from movie studios. Starting Monday, NBCUniversal will promote the new Summit Entertainment movie, "RED2" on its USA, Syfy and E! cablers with…
Google's YouTube confirmed reports that it has made an investment in Vevo, the Internet music-video service that is YouTube's biggest content partner. New York-based Vevo is majority owned by Sony…
Director Nicolas Winding Refn may have worked with the likes of Ryan Gosling and Tom Hardy but don't expect the "Drive" filmmaker to tackle studio blockbusters just yet.