Sony has pushed back its first shipment of Blu-ray discs so they arrive in stores closer to hardware that can actually play the discs. The studio's first high-def discs are now skedded to hit retail…
DreamWorks Animation will bow the animated short film "First Flight" on May 19 in select New York and L.A. theaters prior to showings of "Over the Hedge."
CBS is expected to announce an advertising-supported broadband channel today that will air short-form programming and possibly some network shows after they air on CBS-affiliated stations.
Warner Bros. and Playtone have set Benicio Del Toro, Forest Whitaker, Michelle Williams, Catherine O'Hara, Tom Noonan and Michael Berry to star in "Where the Wild Things Are," the adaptation of the…
James Bond has switched sides in the videogame world. In a major shift, MGM and Electronic Arts have ended their deal for the superspy, one of the most popular and profitable licenses in the vidgame…
World Wrestling Entertainment unveiled its slate of original made-for-mobile content at the Bango Nexus confab in Gotham on Tuesday, with a range of short clips from game previews to wrestler…
Looking to make more money from its properties on the very small screen, Universal has set up a division for mobile content. Consumer products exec Jeremy Laws has been tapped senior VP in charge of…
Warner Bros. is returning a bigscreen version of "The Jetsons" to the launch pad, bringing in Donald De Line to produce and Adam F. Goldberg to pen a new screenplay. De Line will produce the…
In a first-of-its-kind deal, Turner Broadcasting has bought a five-pic package from Sony that includes exclusive video-on-demand rights to "The Pink Panther" and upcoming Will Ferrell starrer…
The MPAA has released its first comprehensive study of worldwide piracy, and while the figures are grim, org now estimates bootleg DVDs aren't as big a problem as it previously thought.
Marking its first foray into original broadband content, Microsoft's MSN online portal is finishing negotiations for a multiproject deal with "The Office" and "Biggest Loser" producer Reveille.
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