Subscriber declines don't matter much when those who stick around pay more than ever. But how much longer can these companies continue to defy gravity?
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When Danish auteur Nicolas Winding Refn brought his Ryan Gosling-starring thriller “Drive” to the Cannes competition two years ago, he earned largely rave reviews and a directing prize. It remains to…
Seeking to put a twist on the typical close-to-the-vest development process the entertainment business has made standard practice, Amazon has given its massive user base access to samples of content…
Digesting the ratings for "Hannibal" – which considering the list of ingredients, including a presold title, heavy marketing and mostly positive reviews, have to be considered disappointing – one…
Juxtaposed against TV's popular versions of “reality” as well as the medium's increasingly fuzzy definition of “news,” it's worth taking a look at two programs premiering early next month: David…
Evaluating a five-day-a-week program based on its premiere is a fool’s errand, especially when the show is designed to be topical. Still, it’s worth noting how well a production team puts its best…
After turning "Halo" into a multibillion-dollar videogame franchise for Microsoft, Bungie is ready to introduce a tentpole title for new partner Activision Blizzard with "Destiny."
A play's delay can pay big dividends
Though Vincent Gallo's second feature may never escape the crippling legacy of its Cannes premiere, it's worth noting that the re-cut version, which played several festivals last fall, is an…
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