Warner Bros. has found a home for the tech employees from its recently shuttered WB Online division, moving them to a new unit called Warner Bros. Advanced Digital Services & Technology Systems…
Chinese officials have been busy fining and jailing copyright pirates and pornographers in the latest crackdown on intellectual property theft and vice.
News Corp. has let go of MySpace's many sibling sites that came as part of its $580 million acquisition of the social networking powerhouse last summer.
Jeff Clanagan's Codeblack Entertainment, which specializes in urban and faith-based projects, has acquired five features that the company will distribute both theatrically and on DVD: "Dirty…
The Madhouse toon shop will make a cartoon for Japanese TV based on the popular online role-playing game Maple Story, company announced.
The holiday glut at the box office has nothing on the season's disc deluge. Each year, studios squeeze more releases into the fourth quarter in a bid for holiday sales, but this year's title wave is…
Aussie porn seller Adultshop.com has stepped up its campaign to legalize the sale of films depicting sex, arguing if arthouse films like "Shortbus" and "9 Songs" are legal, porn should be.
Most DVDs come with dire warnings about sharing discs with others. However, Paramount's encouraging it for "An Inconvenient Truth."
Cartoon Network has signed animation vet Sam Register to a first-look deal to develop programming for the network.
IFC and the Weinstein Co. are teaming to buy North American rights to “Out of the Blue,” which played this year’s Toronto Film Festival. IFC will release the film, the true story of a New Zealand…
A cadre of singing and dancing penguins beat out the monkey-suited international superspy James Bond at the B.O. this weekend, as Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow’s CG-animated “Happy Feet” skipped…