"Crash" didn't pussyfoot around race, and its extras don't either. Writer-director Paul Haggis, producer-co-scribe Bobby Moresco and star Don Cheadle address the thorny issue in by far the most…
CBS Sports has engineered a big expansion of its Sportsline.com Web site, offering computer users a free, content-rich 24-hour service filled with breaking news and features exclusive to the Internet.
The fifth and sixth seasons of "Seinfeld" will be released in two DVD volumes Nov. 22 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Comedy Central has inked a deal with "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone that keeps the network's top-rated series on the air through 2008.
Hard Sell: One Night last summer, five unmarked white vans, each one retrofitted with a movie projector designed to run on its engine battery, embarked on a guerilla mission through the streets of…
In a rare sign of corporate synergy at the Japanese conglom, Sony Pictures is teaming with its sister vidgame division to launch "Stealth" onto the PSP. Release of the unsuccessful action pic for the…
After a year worrying about competition from Blockbuster, Netflix is back on the grow. Online DVD rental store saw its stock rise more than 6% Thursday after it upped guidance, predicting it will hit…
After promising to build an Internet empire, News Corp. has now spent about $1.5 billion on Web properties since the Fox Interactive Media unit launched in mid-July.
Finally, an iPod with call waiting. Apple on Wednesday introduced its long-awaited mobile phone from iTunes. Called Motorola Rokr, it holds up to 100 songs, is being produced by Motorola and sold by…
MTV Films has acquired film rights to action-horror vidgame "The Suffering" from Sumner Redstone-owned Midway Games.
Exploitation maven Roger Corman, the producer of hundreds of films on the outer fringes of the studio system, is bringing his DVD base to Disney. Concorde-New Horizons has inked a DVD-distribution…