DC Entertainment has found a new way to tell its superhero stories. The publisher today announced enhancements to its digital comicbooks, adding a new dimension to the artwork while also giving…
One guy shows his love for his ex-girlfriend through ’80s films — quite literally. Jon Marco inserts himself to travel through dozens of the decade’s favorites like “Back to the Future,”…
After sitting out most of "X-Men: First Class," Hugh Jackman and his mutant alter-ego claw their way back into theaters this summer in the X-Men original tale "The Wolverine."
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BuzzFeed is doubling down on video, building an L.A.-based "social video" studio designed to create news and entertainment content exclusively for YouTube and entering into pact with news cabler CNN…
Twitter is deep in the throes of a love affair with TV advertising, launching a program to let marketers tweet ads to TV viewers and inking ad deals with 16 media partners, including A+E Networks…
Big cable operators remain unable to shake the stigma of poor service and chronic rate hikes, once again turning in dismal scores for TV service on the American Customer Satisfaction Index that — on…
Warner Bros.' outdoor marketing blitz for "Great Gatsby" plays on stylized, iconographic images.
Wall Street Journal execs told Madison Avenue types that company reaches well beyond financial news and dead-tree roots of namesake biz newspaper, promising to pump reams of new, original online…
ABC responded to the lawsuit filed last week by studio Prospect Park seeking $25 million in damages — which alleged Alphabet net maliciously killed three "One Life to Live" characters to sabotage its…
Lucasfilm is getting out of the videogame-making business.
If you haven’t watched the entire first season of Netflix’s “House of Cards” by now, then you probably have several outdoor hobbies and a thriving social life. But if you have managed to binge view…