Take-Two Interactive's "Grand Theft Auto IV," from its Rockstar vidgames label, has smashed first-week sales records in the U.K., the world's third-biggest market for vidgames after the U.S. and…
"Grand Theft Auto IV" has surged past "Halo 3" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" to set the record for the biggest opening week of any entertainment product.
DreamWorks Animation's exclusive six-year relationship with Activision will be coming to an end in 2010.
India had 261 million mobile phone subscriptions at the end of March, making it the world's second-largest cellular market in numerical terms after China and ahead of the U.S.
Even as showbiz talent and management have found a common enemy in the threat posed by online piracy, the divide between the two camps regarding Net neutrality remains wide, testimony in a…
Original content from high-profile film and TV names highlighted the 12th annual Webby Awards winners, which were announced Tuesday.
Microsoft is finally going after the TV download market with its Zune device and online network.
"Ice Age" helmer Chris Wedge has signed on to direct Brian Selznick's magic-themed children's novel "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" for Graham King's GK Films, Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil and Warner…
Yahoo chief exec Jerry Yang scrambled into damage control mode Monday while Wall Street second-guessed his decision to turn down Microsoft's $47.5 billion takeover offer on Saturday.
Javier Bardem is cashing in on his Oscar for "No Country for Old Men" but not with the usual career moves. He is appearing in a Spanish-language, 45-second webisode due up Wednesday on YouTube…
Moviegoers who think today's blockbusters have gotten long-winded have it easy compared to the commitment expected by French silent movie maestro Abel Gance.