When creative thinkers come up with the latest and greatest ways to watch TV, there's often an assumption placed on the technology: They are just giving consumers what they want.
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Documentary filmmakers have won a ruling from the U.S. Copyright Office that allows them to legally break the encryption codes of DVDs and online streaming content to obtain clips for their projects.
Charlie Sheen launching a $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre over his exile from "Two and a Half Men" boasts the fiery tone of betrayal and deception that has defined the…
As thousands converge on Comic-Con July 22-25, there's a long gestating question that increasingly is in need of an answer in Hollywood: Just who owns the superheroes?
An aging cop's last chance to redeem his soured existence provides the sturdy frame for "16 Blocks," a movie by Richard Donner that's closer to a compact film noir than to the gimmicky entertainments…
The 1970 Isle of Wight Music Festival was bigger than Woodstock -- but because only 10% of its estimated 600,000 patrons actually paid their $:3 gate fee, this largest event of its kind was also the…
The great longrun stage musical made by Lerner & Loewe and Herman Levin) out of the wit of Bernard Shaw's old play, "Pygmalion," has now been transformed into a stunningly effective screen…