Hong Kong helmer Corey Yuen has signed up to direct "Dead or Alive" (aka "DOA") for Impact Pictures, a subsidiary of Germany's leading independent production and distribution company Constantin Film.
The premiere of UPN's vidgame-inspired series "Game Over" Wednesday night marks the first-ever release of a full-scale videogame concurrent with a TV series on which it's based.
Third-season premiere of "The Shield" didn't arrest auds, averaging 2.8 million overall viewers in its bow.
Miami-based sales company and distrib Venevision Intl. plans to launch DVD versions of its popular telenovelas in the U.S.
If Steve Jobs wants to make more money on store shelves, he should make WB his new home. That's Time Warner Entertainment and Networks chairman Jeffrey Bewkes' case for why his studio would be the…
Internet users downloaded copies of DJ Danger Mouse's "The Grey Album," a mix of Jay-Z's "The Black Album" and the Beatles classic "White Album" on what organizers dubbed "Grey Tuesday," Feb. 24.
RealNetworks is accusing Major League Baseball of balking on a new contract the two companies recently signed. In a lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle, the digital media provider…
MGM's chairman-CEO Alex Yemenidjian said Tuesday he wants to do a deal with newly single Pixar and that the Lion is "the most perfect fit" among potential partners.
An innocuous trifle aimed at easily amused tykes, direct-to-video "Winnie the Pooh: Springtime With Roo" arrives as Easter-themed entertainment just in time for holiday season viewing and…
The number of homes in Western Europe with a DVD player nearly doubled from less than 30 million in 2002 to 56 million in 2003 with only Italy dragging its feet.