In the continuing cat-and-mouse game between Hollywood and the Internet's peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, it's been two steps forward and two steps back lately.
Francois Truffaut once called Jean Renoir "the father of us all," which would make Renoir's 1939 self-described "whimsical drama" "The Rules of the Game" daddy's specially gifted child. Perhaps the…
It feels a bit foolish lending a critical eye to "Gilligan's Island," a mainstay of afternoon and early evening reruns to hundreds of thousands of school kids in the 1960s and early '70s, most of…
Elijah Wood and Jada Pinkett-Smith didn't get Oscar noms for their roles in last year's "Lord of the Rings" and "Matrix" sequels, but they may get a prize yet. Voiceover work in vidgame adaptations…
The case of dueling doll divas is about to hit the bigscreen. Bratz fashion dolls, the phenom that have been eroding Barbie sales, are now entering Barbie's newest arena of stardom: movies.
Aiming to stimulate the moribund pay TV business, Foxtel today unveiled radically changed pricing and channel packaging deals for its digital service that's expected to launch next month.
Fox Home Entertainment will debut three new compilation DVDs featuring footage from the long-running Fox reality show "Cops" on March 23.
RealNetworks has ended its money-losing deal to provide backend technology for Major League Baseball's online efforts, leaving the sports league that has been the most aggressive with Internet…