The two-disc "Let's Get Sweaty" edition of this year's middling comedy "Semi-Pro" advances a recent academic theory: Even if the movie itself isn't very funny, the extras on any Will Ferrell DVD…
SpiralFrog Inc., which operates an ad-supported, free music and video download Web site, said Monday it will soon begin offering content from Coldplay, Keith Urban and other recording artists as part…
"That '70s Show" alums Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore are behind "Dan's Detour of Life," a new online comedy from Briggs Digital Media.
Online gamer Gonzo Rosso, a subsid of toon house GDH, has linked with toymaker Tomy to co-produce and market online game content.
Anime director Satoshi Kon is coming to Lincoln Center this month.
But if players can wait for the glitches to be repaired, they'll find innovative combat mechanics and a hefty set of storylines that could help "Conan" muscle its way into a space completely…
Warner Bros. is to make its first animation feature in India following a deal with helmer Jyotin Geol and his Geol Screencraft shingle.
"The Simpsons" cast has sealed a four-year deal that hands it more "D'oh" and solidifies the animated hit's 20th season.
The videogame industry may need a new mantra: Just because a property can be turned into a Lego game doesn't mean it should be. LucasArts' disappointing "Lego Indiana Jones" is a case in point.
They're animated series, but they're also half-hour comedies. Shows like "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" have long been forced to choose a side each Emmy season, leaving no one satisfied. Until now.
The Indian animation boom may have started with cheap labor, as Western companies outsourced projects there, but it was only a matter of time before the explosion of Indian animation talent and firms…