“Letters From Iwo Jima,” Clint Eastwood’s ambitious companion piece to “Flags of Our Fathers,” has been dated and stamped. Warner Bros. Pictures will open the Japanese-language film in the U.S. on…
Rogue Pictures has pacted with James Cameron to co-write and produce “James Cameron’s Sanctum,” a live-action drama to be shot next spring in high-definition 3-D. Gary Johnstone will direct the pic…
Mipcom's Mobile TV day kicked off Wednesday with a jock-ish keynote from George Bodenheimer, ESPN and ABC Sports' prexy and co-chair of Disney Media Networks.
The Mouse House has found its new tech guru. Walt Disney Studios has named Arthur Hair chief technology officer. He'll oversee all of the studio's technology strategy, including taking advantage of…
Fox has greenlit a pilot presentation of "Two Dreadful Children," an animated project from Dave Hemingson ("American Dad"). "Children" revolves around a family of rednecks who discover that their…
Silicon Valley's accounting scandal over backdated options took down its first victim in the media biz Wednesday, as CNET Networks chief exec Shelby Bonnie resigned following his company's internal…
Time Warner said Wednesday that it's selling AOL U.K. to British company Carphone Warehouse for about $688 million. AOL France was recently sold to Neuf Cegetel and AOL Germany to Telecom Italia.
Ending months of nervous speculation on Wall Street, Paul Allen has at last exercised a right to force DreamWorks Animation to sell millions of shares in a so-called secondary offering following the…
A day devoted to mobile television at the Mipcom TV mart on Wednesday was filled with hope, hype and even a few concrete examples of the technology's use.
NEC Electronics has started shipping chips able to handle both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats, paving the way for the production of hybrid players.
A Tokyo court has rejected Paramount Pictures' appeal of a lower court decision holding that cheap DVD knockoffs of its 1953 pic "Roman Holiday" were not a violation of copyright.