The videogames biz is off to a slow start this year.
Video games have been competing with broadcasters for viewer eyeballs for years. But now the PlayStation is taking a page from the broadcasting playbook.
French producer Aton Soumache's Onyx Films is developing "Mune," a $40 million 3D toon, with Paris-based Kinology and Studio 37.
French studio EuropaCorp is in pre-production on its next big English-language project, the 3D sci-fi actioner "Section 8."
Spanish toon house Dygra Films has signed "Madagascar" screenwriter Billy Frolick to write the English-language version of Dygra's 3D animated Christmas farce "Holy Night!."
Tivo, the name that's synonymous with the DVR, has something new in the works. The company will take the wraps off of its newest product March 2 in New York, saying in the invite: "Inventing the…
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.