Theatrical windows shrank overall last year, but Hollywood's biggest movie hits actually took longer to get to videostores. That's the opposite of 2005, when overall windows remained fairly steady…
DreamWorks Animation is joining the digital 3-D wave. Studio plans to release all its pics in 3-D starting in 2009. That should give a major boost to the fledgling technology now available on just a…
Snoot Entertainment has signed Luke Wilson, Amanda Peet, Dennis Quaid, Justin Long and Chris Evans for voice roles in its upcoming CG-animated picture "Terra."
Sales in the Japanese home entertainment market, including DVDs and video cassettes, fell 10.8% to yen 330.8 billion ($2.8 billion) in 2006, according to figures released Monday by the Japan Video…
Sony Pictures has teamed up with Ster-Kinekor Home Entertainment and Nokia for the release of the first mobile-phone compatible movie in South Africa.
Toon maker GDH is producing the first toon series based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
Fox Latin American Channels is promoting its six pay TV nets in Brazil via Internet and mobile phones.
Who-ville is getting more crowded. A batch of thesps have joined the voice cast of CGI toon "Horton Hears a Who," starring Jim Carrey and Steve Carell.
Uncle Sam wants your television set to keep working, and the federal government has announced details of a subsidy program aimed at households with TVs at risk of going dark after the transition to…
Michael Eisner is boosting his online profile, announcing the formation of a Web studio called Vuguru. With the backing of the ex-Disney chief's investment fund, the Tornante Co., Vuguru will produce…
The major studios could boost their U.S. distribution revenues by 16% if they released their movies simultaneously in cinemas, on DVD rental and video-on-demand, according to a new academic study.
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