Wavy Gravy will greet a new legion of Woodstock fans next year when Warner Bros. releases an expanded 40th-anni edition of its doc on the monumental music festival.
Funny or Die has tapped "Saturday Night Live" scribe Andrew Steele to serve as the creative director of the comedy website founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.
Yumiko Aoyagi, an exec producer on "LonelyGirl15," is getting ready to launch online mystery "The Scary City" as a big-budget follow-up to the popular Web series.
DreamWorks has put the kibosh on simplejackmovie.com -- a website aimed at promoting the studio's upcoming comedy "Tropic Thunder" -- in response to criticism from disability rights advocates.
Shareholders didn't back Yahoo's board as strongly as the Netco originally reported.
Three episodes. That's how long CBS gave Aardman's "Creature Comforts" to find an audience before pulling the plug on the stop-motion series in June 2007.
"The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" barely made it out the door before most of Sierra Entertainment's slate was canceled following the merger of parent company Vivendi Games with Activision.
MSN and "Entertainment Tonight" are partnering online.
The children's TV series "Saddle Club," which runs on some PBS stations and on Discovery Kids, is moving into the virtual world through Sun Microsystems' online-game platform Project Darkstar.
Nicklas Bengtsson has stepped down as Scanbox Entertainment Sweden CEO to move to Bonver Entertainment, one of the Nordic region's major home entertainment distributors.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has inked a deal to distribute select ABC Studios titles on DVD.