The ability to determine the outcome of a movie with your mind has become a reality, according to U.K.-based tech company MyndPlay.
The most startling visual effect in Marvel's "Captain America: The First Avenger" isn't any bit of superhero derring-do but rather the sight of star Chris Evans shrunk down to a proverbial 97-pound…
Is the iPad a whole new media platform or simply just another "smart" TV in the home?
Video-on-demand has for years fallen short of the industry's expectations, disappointing Hollywood and the cable biz alike. But that may be about to change.
Studios have set a pair of toons for two summers from now with Fox staking out May 17, 2013 for "Leafmen" and Paramount scheduling DreamWorks Animation's "Turbo" for July 19, 2013.
As consumers stream more video online, those on Netflix and Hulu are using the technology in different ways.
After the company's stock hit a six-year low yesterday, Nintendo executives are feeling the heat. Satoru Iwata, global president and CEO of the game giant, effectively fell on his sword for the 3DS's…
Spending on DVD and Blu-ray discs in France dropped 9% to Euros 564 million ($804 million) in the first half of the year.
Universal Pictures is the latest studio to offer up a library of pics to Amazon's Instant Video service.
RealD reported declines in both profits and revenues for its first quarter of 2012, sending its stock into an after-hours-trading spiral before a slight recovery Thursday.
All four colorists on the Impact list this year are affiliated with Efilm, the digital lab owned by Deluxe that provides digital intermediate, scanning, color timing, film recording and other…