Celestial Pictures will soon release 1984 romantic-comedy "Behind the Yellow Line" on Blu-Ray DVD, its first title on the high-definition format.
Some independent film and television producers are mad as hell at MPAA topper Dan Glickman.
Total DVD sales in Japan fell 3.9% to 318 billion yen ($3.18 billion) in 2007, the Japan Video Assn. announced on Thursday.
How do you make "Nancy Drew" a bigger draw on VOD? Give the tween detective tale some extra pop exclusively for digital platforms.
So certain is Jeffrey Katzenberg about the re-emergence of 3-D movies that he recently traveled to Italy to talk with sunglass company Luxottica about making movie eyewear as fashion accessories.
Paramount Pictures will make an animated film inspired by the '70s sci-fi fantasy magazine Heavy Metal, with director David Fincher spearheading the project.
The vidgame biz kept up its boffo growth in February, as revenue surged 34% over the same month in 2007 to $1.3 billion. So far this year, biz is up 26%.
With Take-Two Interactive's board refusing to budge in its opposition to the deal, Electronic Arts has turned its $2 billion acquisition offer hostile.
Cable and satellite platform Sky Perfectv! will launch a contents channel for cell phone users, in co-operation with telco giant NTT DoCoMo, on April 21.
Big changes continued at Sony Pictures Digital on Thursday as its vidgame division Sony Online Entertainment left the studio and was re-aligned with the conglom's Playstation group.
Viacom's MTV is using fast-developing Asia to test technology and new media.