In 2006, when Pixar and Disney merged, the first thing "Toy Story 3" helmer Lee Unkrich did was scrap Disney's in-the-works version of "TS3."
Hulu and Viacom have agreed to a deal that will bring back such shows as "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" to Hulu.com.
While the media has had a field day trying to convince people that the table market is being fought on a hardware front, it's not. Ultimately, it's the end user experience that makes the difference…
Movie rental service Digiboo, started by a trio of former MGM homevideo executives, has locked down Fujitsu to build the company's kiosks that will enable customers to download films to USB flash…
In one of the most highly anticipated media launches in years, News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch on Wednesday unveiled the first edition of his iPad-only newspaper the Daily, saying the tablet…
The first year on the job is a challenge for any first-time CEO, but the results posted for 2010 by AOL on Wednesday illustrated the particularly tough initiation topper Tim Armstrong had last year.
A screaming Red Queen with a head that's double the normal size. A suitably Mad Hatter with eyes that jump in size and change color with his moods.
Forget tricks of the trade. For most of this year's Oscar-nominated editors, film -- their own, and those by their colleagues -- is all about authenticity, where total immersion is key in both edit…
With his sound mixing nomination for "Salt," Greg Russell has 14 for such diverse films as "Transformers," "Apocalypto," "Memoirs of a Geisha," "Spider-Man," and "Pearl Harbor."
Nintendo may have pioneered the world of motion controlled gaming, but its days as the only player in the field are long over.
Every pic requires thousands of choices by sound editors and mixers to create a soundtrack. Here are a few moments from this season's nominated sound jobs that caught our ears.