When "Medal of Honor: Airborne" was announced, a similar groan could be heard coming out of the mouths of many a vidgame fan: "No, not another World War II game."
European consumers may be embracing new video platforms, but the staying power of traditional TV should not be underestimated, according to a report commissioned by Liberty Global.
Don Cheadle is barking up a new tree. The actor has signed on to co-star in DreamWorks' live-action "Hotel for Dogs." Emma Roberts has already boarded the film, which is based on Lois Duncan's 1971…
"Dreamgirls" Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson has joined the cast of New Line's "Sex and the City: The Movie." Hudson, who's in final negotiations, will portray the assistant to Sarah Jessica Parker's…
Unlicensed portable broadband devices that Microsoft, Google and other tech companies plan to make and market threaten the future of digital television, a group of broadcasters and media…
CBS is adding its network of local TV and radio station websites to its online "audience network," which distributes Eye primetime shows across the web.
Two "Harry Potter" movies, "Batman Begins" and "Ocean's Twelve" are heading for TV syndication a few years from now, following their runs on broadcast and cable TV.
"Prom Queen: Summer Heat," the spinoff of the online serial "Prom Queen," has set distrib partnership and promotional pacts with a slew of additional Internet vid sites.
The Scientific and Technical Awards Committed of Academy of Motion Pictures Art & Sciences has released its shortlist of 15 sci-tech achievements being considered for Oscar consideration.
Imagine finding out in April that the newest "Spider-Man" or "Shrek" movie is suddenly being removed from the summer schedule.