With only slight fanfare in the United States, "Howl's Moving Castle" has joined an elite group of hit pics from non-English-speaking countries.
Just six months into its life as a publicly traded company, DreamWorks Animation is having to fend off unexpected flack. Last week, the studio became the subject of a Securities & Exchange Commission…
"Ringers: Lord of the Fans," writer-helmer Carlene Cordova's docu tracking the cultural influence of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" fantasy books, has been acquired by Sony Pictures Home…
The hack that turns the "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" videogame into an adult video is now turning up the political heat on the game industry and its voluntary rating system.
Online media company IGN Entertainment is going public, filing for an IPO of up to $200 million on Thursday.
Spider-Man and his superhero pals are swinging over to Microsoft. Tech giant has signed a deal with Marvel Enterprises to create a multiplayer online game that will include the comicbook publisher's…
Satcaster BSkyB's flagship entertainment channel Sky One has renewed contracts with Warner Bros. on "Nip/Tuck" and "Cold Case."
Looking to deliver multimedia services such as data and video in the near future, XM is buying a new chunk of spectrum to handle its expansion in an all-stock deal worth $196 million.
Paramount's hitting the campus, setting up a feature development deal with the CollegeHumor.com Web site and Par-based Alphaville. CollegeHumor.com, and Alphaville partner Sean Daniel are aiming to…
Digital TV is in more than 60% of British homes and almost 30% of households have broadband, more than have dial-up, according to U.K. communications regulator Ofcom.
PBS has commissioned a series it hopes will be downloaded, swapped and distributed online: NerdTV. Billed as broadcast's "first entirely downloadable series," skein will be hosted by tech columnist…