Variety has launched a preview of its digital archives featuring highlights of issues from the 1960-65 period.
Alcon Entertainment has geared up its live-action/animated version of "Hong Kong Phooey" with Alex Zamm on board to direct from David Goodman's script.
FilmBuff, a video-on-demand channel curated by New York indie sales outfit Cinetic, will launch Wednesday.
While the Grateful Dead didn't mind recordings being made of their concerts, most musicians are a little less enthralled with the idea. Not Rob Thomas. Whether it's at his solo shows or his gigs with…
Raja Gosnell has been tapped to direct Sony's live-action/animated "Smurfs."
Metrodome Distribution has inked an exclusive deal with Palisades Tartan to represent the company's TV and VOD library in the U.K.
Vertigo Films is producing what it claims will be the U.K.'s first 3-D horror pic, "Elfie Hopkins and the Gammons."
Every studio is grappling with an upheaval as the digital revolution changes the way movies are made.
Looks like Amazon might be starting to take those criticisms about the Kindle's price to heart. The Register has unearthed a patent application by the online retail giant that describes adding…
Click. Click. The View-Master may be coming to the bigscreen.
"Soul Train," which charted the soul, R&B and hip-hop genres for more than 35 years on TV, is headed to DVD, bringing with it decades of perfs by Michael Jackson and other iconic acts.