A number of Oscar-nominated films -- "The Dark Knight," "Slumdog Millionaire" and "Wanted" -- feature sounds of violence that have been stylized to elicit a different kind of visceral experience…
As a double nominee in the sound mixing category for his work on "Wall-E" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," Michael Semanick is in rare air this award season.
The entertainment biz will remember 2008 as the year when global revenues from digital media exceeded revenue generated by movie theaters and homevideo combined.
Tribune Co. is folding the operations of its Zap2It movie and TV listings website into the entertainment news side of the Los Angeles Times.
German private equity firm Parter Capital Group has completed its aquisition of Thomson Grass Valley's Post Production Business Unit and remonickered it Digital Film Technology Weiterstadt GmbH.
It's not quite a nerd Mecca like San Diego, but the New York Comicon has plenty going for it this year.
Animation critic Charles Solomon evaluates the striking range in tone, medium and style in this year's slate of animated shorts.
As John Lasseter tells it, there are few people alive who've had a greater impact than Ed Catmull on the way movies are made in the 21st century.
Boog is back but not so Martin Lawrence, who voiced the domesticated bear in "Open Season" (Mike Epps takes his place). Same goes his antler-challenged companion Elliot, who's no less spastic with…
MSN is getting into the celebrity news business, launching Wonderwall, an entertainment website created with BermanBraun Interactive.
The second time was the charm: The House voted Wednesday to delay the deadline for the switch from analog to digital broadcasting from Feb. 17 until June 12.