Talks in Japan aimed at finding common ground between rival camps supporting two proposed incompatible formats for high-def DVDs broke down Monday with little hope for a resolution.
Workers at U.K. satcaster giant BSkyB are bracing for job cuts as part of CEO James Murdoch's efficiency drive. The chief exec is understood to have hired number-crunchers the Boston Consulting Group…
In a move that could easily spell the end of union actors in the booming vidgame biz, SAG/AFTRA and representatives of the vidgame industry broke off talks on the last day of a contract extension…
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With a growing pay TV market in Latin America, Sony is the latest feevee programmer to launch another network in the region. Animation feevee Animax will bow in July, Sony Pictures TV Intl. senior…
GSN and feature producer John Jacobs ("Anger Management") are heading to the "Arctic Station." Producer has set up the animated pilot presentation at the cabler, with Sony Pictures TV to produce.
The Museum of Modern Art's film screening lineup for the rest of 2005 will include the New York premiere of Gus Van Sant's "Last Days" and the North American premiere of Hayao Miyazaki's "Howl's…
After stockholders swept Carl Icahn and his slate of dissident directors onto Blockbuster's board last week in a sharp rebuke to longtime chairman-CEO John Antioco, who lost his own seat in the…
"Let's talk about sex" exhorts "Kinsey's" tagline, and talk indeed the double disc does, almost to the point of exhaustion. Extras delve into Alfred Kinsey's pioneering sex research and production…
Less is indeed more with Rogue Pictures' remake of John Carpenter's low-budget 1976 thriller "Assault on Precinct 13."
Writer-director Paul Weitz may joke about the two people who will tune into his commentary with star Topher Grace, but in truth the pair make for very good company indeed.
Drugs. Cursing. Graphic violence. Sex. Are those the signs of an art form growing up or an industry looking to make a buck at the risk of harming America's children?