In at least a temporary reprieve for the creative community, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that a new law making it illegal to post on the Internet sexually explicit content that can be seen by kids…
Sony will use games as a way to lure audiences to see its films. The studio's Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment division plans to create three games per year that are tied closely with its tentpole…
Lions Gate Entertainment has become the first studio to strike a licensing deal with 3-month-old Pocket PC Films to make movies available for viewing on a Palm Pilot or similar hand-held device.
Cinesite Hollywood has tapped Chris Bailey as director of animation, in an attempt to beef up the f/x facility's inhouse computer-generated character capabilities.
Vidgame maker THQ has snagged all interactive rights on the next three Disney/Pixar animated projects, "Finding Nemo," "Cars" and "The Incredibles." The worldwide deal also involves the Disney…
Vidgamemaker Activision reported its best year-end results ever, with net revenues up 27% over fiscal year 2001 to $786 million, and net income up 76%, to $52.2 million per diluted share.
In his latest high-profile gamble, John Malone is betting about $300 million that viewers are ready to tune into interactive TV.
Visual effects supervisor Steffen Wild and key team members responsible for the f/x behind "Independence Day," "Godzilla," "Stuart Little" and "The Faculty" have formed production shingle Cirque…
MovieTickets.com has been tapped by Lucasfilm to serve as the exclusive seller of advance tickets to "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" on StarWars.com.
Media.net, which enables television producers to transfer digital dailies from a production's remote location to Los Angeles, has snagged seven new television pilots as clients.