Germany's upper house of parliament on Friday approved a controversial copyright law, which makes it all but illegal for individuals to make copies of films and music, even for their own use.
Spanish mini-major Filmax Ent. is to launch an online megastore to sell films and music worldwide.
Brad Pitt is poised to star alongside Mark Wahlberg in "The Fighter," the Paramount Pictures drama about Boston boxer "Irish" Mickey Ward and his unlikely path to become world lightweight…
Warner Bros. is moving aggressively ahead with the bigscreen adaptation of DC Comics' "Justice League of America," with George Miller aboard to direct. Project, which is in the initial phases of…
Just as NBC's "The Office" and "30 Rock" are exiting iTunes, another laffer -- CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" -- is finally set to debut on Apple's video download service.
Microsoft will hit the tube in a big way to promote next week's launch of its vidgame "Halo 3."
AOL Video users will get a chance to view frosh ABC skeins like "Pushing Daisies" and "Cavemen" immediately after their premiere under a new deal sealed by the portal and Disney-ABC Television Group.
After years of negotiations between studios and consumer electronics manufacturers, retailers and individuals can now burn studio movies and TV shows onto a DVD.
In a $1.75 million deal, the Walt Disney Co. has acquired Jonathan Hensleigh action pitch "Nine Lives," with Hensleigh to write the script. Jerry Bruckheimer will produce through his Disney-based…
Looking to avoid a showdown with James Cameron's 3-D actioner "Avatar" in May 2009, DreamWorks Animation has decided to relocate 3-D toon "Monsters vs. Aliens" to March 27, 2009, and make it an…