Is there a cure for sequelitis in the vidgame biz? The major game distribbers may be satisfied with the performance of the latest installments of their big franchises, but game developers are growing…
American TV viewers who love foreign films routinely tear their hair out in frustration: Less than a fourth of the schedules of IFC and Sundance consists of subtitled movies, and most of those get…
Nearly 31 years after his death, martial arts star Bruce Lee's feature films have received a complete audiovisual makeover and will be packaged together for the first time.
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Talk about keeping an eye on the ball. The widespread DVD piracy in England of anew film about soccer hooliganism has generated a cult following that may hurt box office prospects -- or inadvertently…
Microsoft's MSN Internet network has abandoned its longtime partnership with ESPN and signed up Fox Sports as its provider of sports news and information.
With sales for "Enter the Matrix" petering out and no other hit to take its place, vidgame publisher Atari saw net revenue fall 12% in the fiscal year ended in March to $468.9 million.
IDT Entertainment has acquired a minority stake in Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment in a deal that gives the company exclusive distribution rights to the comicbook vet's upcoming animated DVD properties.
Vidgame publisher Activision reported a 10% increase in revenue to $947.7 million and 17% growth in new income to $77.7 million for its fiscal year ended in March.
Regardless of who becomes its new distribution partner, Pixar plans to start self-financing its own films in 2006 after its contract with Disney ends.
Warner Bros. Pictures Intl. has tapped Rossanna Wang veep, new media and interactive marketing -- a newly created position.
Vidgame publisher Square Enix is releasing a unique sequel to its 1997 hit "Final Fantasy VII" in the form of a direct-to-DVD CGI animated feature.