Brad Pitt launched a campaign on Monday to bring to life blocks of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward that are still languishing more than two years after the devastation from Hurricane Katrina.
It appears Paramount's "Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" will be making its exclusive pay TV debut on Showtime after all.
The Intl. Press Academy has announced the nominees for the 2007 Satellite Awards, which acknowledge achievements in film, television, DVD and new media.
The Hallmark Channel has engineered a multiyear carriage renewal with Comcast.
Sony Computer Entertainment plans to launch an on-demand high-definition video service in Japan for PlayStation 3 early next year, according to Japanese press reports.
Cute as a button and easy to a fault, "SimCity: Societies" could more accurately be called "SimCity for Dummies."
Pity the neighbors of anyone who picks up "Rock Band." With two guitars, a drum kit and a microphone, this new title from "Guitar Hero" developer Harmonix isn't a game so much as a virtual lifestyle.
Lots of videogames promise, choice, but none have ever offered it at such a deep level as "Mass Effect." Microsoft's new sci-fi title can be played as a stats-laden role-playing game, a story-driven…
Nintendo's Wii is a natural fit for a shooting gallery game, and "Resident Evil" is a natural license for some good old-fashioned zombie-shooting fun.
At first blush it would be easy to compare Nathan Drake, the treasure-hunting star of Sony's new adventure videogame "Uncharted," with "Tomb Raider's" Lara Croft.