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Three days before the nose-twitching witch is reincarnated in theaters in the form of Nicole Kidman, Sony will release "Bewitched" on DVD.
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Call it "High Noon" for the digital world: On Tuesday, the entertainment industry will have its long-sought showdown with peer-to-peer online networks in the U.S. Supreme Court, where attorneys for…
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Blockbuster withdrew its hostile bid for Hollywood Entertainment on Friday after failing to work out a deal with federal regulators that would have allowed the merger of the nation's two largest…
Arguing that online piracy is rampant and should be punished, the movie and music industries are unquestionably right. Ditto their claim that peer-to-peer software poses an enormous threat to…
Warner Bros. Pictures has bolstered its star stable with Ruki, Yurble, Uni and Kacheek. The studio has closed a deal with NeoPets to make CGI-animated features using 50 different pet species from the…
Vinton Studios topper Jeff Farnath has ankled the indie animation house after he was unable to come to terms on a contract renewal with chairman and owner Phil Knight. Bob Harold, a board member and…
The Blue Collar gang of comics has landed a multiyear development deal at Paramount.
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