Activision Blizzard, the videogame industry's largest publisher, posted a loss of $286 million during the pivotal holiday sales season, despite having the bestselling game of the year with "Call of…
MySpace has deleted its top executive.
Fresh from directing "The Book of Eli," Allen and Albert Hughes are in talks with Warner Bros. to direct its live-action "Akira," based on Katsuhiro Otomo's graphic novel.
Spider-Man is the latest tentpole to get the 3D treatment.
Berlin Forum entry "The Mouth of the Wolf" will preem on the Internet in Italy before going out theatrically.
Though the WGA strike and the dramas among SAG and AFTRA leadership found their way into mainstream media, post-production labor issues rarely enter the consumer press.
Already well established as an astute observer of TV news, Jon Stewart turned a satirical eye toward various Internet sites last week -- catching them with their hyperbole up and their pants down.
Google Inc. opened a new social hub in its e-mail service on Tuesday, leaving little doubt that the Internet search leader is girding for a face-off with Facebook.
No one ever thought the first wave of 3D HD TVs was going to be cheap. Turns out we were right. Panasonic, which ran circles around the competition at CES when it came to 3D picture quality, has…
Now that "Cleveland" rocks for Fox, series co-creator Rich Appel has inked a new overall deal at 20th Century Fox TV.
The world of animation gathered Saturday to honor its own at the 37th annual Annie Awards at UCLA's Royce Hall.