Bravo's Andy Cohen is ready for his close-up. Cohen, who serves as senior VP of programming production for the NBC U-owned cabler, has been doing all he can to break free from the confines of suitdom.
The legitimate DVD market in China will grow fourfold in four years, according to forecasts from U.K. research house Screen Digest.
"Sonic the Hedgehog" hasn't gotten much respect among gamers since the late '90s, but Sega has kept plugging away with the speedy furball and may have finally hit a winning formula in "Sonic and the…
After a year of virtual silence following its launch, AMC, Cinemark and Regal's joint digital cinema venture is back with a new name and two studio partners.
"Happy Feet" has been named the 2006 Kids Pick of the Year by Kidspickflicks.com. Conversely, "Cars" was named the most disappointing "flick" of the year.
Chase Carey, president and CEO of DirecTV, said the exclusive deal for out-of-market games he's about to sign with Major League Baseball will be "a big win for consumers."
As if things weren't going badly enough for the PlayStation 3, which is in third place among the three new vidgame consoles, Sony is now the target of a YouTube video spreading like wildfire in the…
Former "Monty Python" star Michael Palin was on hand to talk up his latest travel series, "Palin's New Europe," and there was even a western night to promote BBC/Discovery co-production "The Wild…
Some directors seem to think that if they just keep tinkering, eventually they'll achieve cinematic perfection. And studios are willing to pay the price.
Ten years into the DVD era, "The Wizard of Oz" has been issued a handful of times, and "Terminator 2" at least three. Sharon Stone's nearly forgotten "Sliver" has come out in unrated form; even such…