Blockbuster is in advanced talks to acquire Movielink, but other buyers are still apparently kicking the tires of the studio-owned download site.
Verizon Wireless on Thursday launched a broadcast TV service for cell phones in about 20 Midwestern and Western markets, charging $15 to $25 a month for the initial lineup from eight leading networks.
Move over, "American Pie" -- there could be a DVD sequel of "Airplane" and "Naked Gun" movies on the way.
Shirley MacLaine and Olympia Dukakis are headed for a grandma gang, toplining “Poor Things” with Ash Baron Cohen directing. MacLaine will also produce with Rob Hickman through his newly minted Still…
Danny Boyle will direct “Ponte Tower,” a thriller set entirely in one of Africa’s tallest skyscrapers. The 54-story cylindrical Ponte Tower in Johannesburg, South Africa, was a powerful symbol of…
Digital TV subscriptions in China reached 12 million at the end of 2006, up from 6.5 million, according to a statement from the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television.
Looking to strengthen ties with Hollywood as it delves deeper into online video, Microsoft on Tuesday sent a memo to top execs at all the major media congloms offering to work closely with them to…
Coming soon to a Fox affiliate Web site near you: streamed and downloadable episodes of "24," "Bones" and other network shows.
The Recording industry launched an antipiracy-educational initiative aimed at university students that includes a chance for a "discounted" settlement and no record being kept of the illegal…
CBS has tapped a former Google exec to head its digital marketing efforts, a move that deepens connections between the media company and search monolith.
In film news, Trekkers can look forward to a very merry Christmas in 2008. Paramount announced Tuesday it will release J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek XI” on Christmas Day next year, resurrecting the cult…