Joss Whedon's made-for-Internet tuner "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" was a little too popular in its debut late Monday night.
Disney has teamed with Hong Kong broadcaster Television Broadcasts to offer four of its U.S. network TV shows online free of charge.
Sony PlayStation is finally getting Hollywood movies, and Nintendo is finally getting a "Grand Theft Auto" game.
A former Microsoft topper is being tipped as the BBC's new director of future media and technology.
MPAA topper Dan Glickman and a host of 3-D proponents, including "Journey to the Center of the Earth" helmer Eric Brevig, will speak at Singapore's 3DX: 3D Film & Entertainment Technology Festival.
A new website offering U.K. filmmakers the opportunity to distribute their features online is launching in November with $6 million backing from private investors.
Japanese Broadband giant Usen, which owns movie distributor Gaga Communications and runs the pioneering GyaO Internet platform, is forecasting a massive loss of $557 million.
Warner Bros. and Capcom are traveling to "Lost Planet." The studio will distribute a pic based on the hit vidgame that will be co-financed by the Japanese publisher.
Disney's "Cinderella" and Pixar's "Finding Nemo" are among toons that will screen at the 12th Hiroshima Animation Festival, which unspools Aug. 7-11.
Sensing the impending demise of his reality franchise, "The Mole" exec producer Scott Stone isn't waiting for fans to generate a "Save Our Show" campaign -- he's launching one himself.