Some epics improve over the years, others wither on the vine; Fox's 1963 "Cleopatra," splendidly revived on DVD in its original theatrical version of 243 minutes (plus music), has curiously hung in…
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" exec producer Michael Davies has pacted with Jellyvision, creators of the hit CD-ROM "You Don't Know Jack," to develop a series based on the company's next computer…
Despite the recent dot-com downturn, online entertainment Netcaster Heavy.com has inked a syndication deal with Warner Bros. Online for the exclusive rights to its "Sabotage News Network" and…
Gen Y entertainment venture Alloy Online said Thursday it's one step closer to recording its first profitable year in 2001. Company reported a surge in fourth quarter earnings of $42.5 million, up…
The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences has tapped charter member Paul Provenzano as prexy and executive director of the professional academy of the entertainment software industry.
A new canyon has opened in Hollywood and it's called the Digital Divide. What's at stake? How and when studios will release their movies and other valuable programming digitally, the next great…
Despite winning an Oscar for its visuals in "The Matrix," Manex Entertainment needs a kung-fu fighting superhero to win any chance of working on Warner Bros.' upcoming sequels for the film.
USA Networks topper Barry Diller warned Wednesday against "media imperialism" when it comes to technology initiatives, urging traditional entertainment companies to change the rules of engagement…
It was the beginning of the end for Napster last week when a federal judge gave the music file-swapping service three days to block copyrighted songs identified by the record labels.
Embattled song-swap service Napster says the record industry is not playing fair.
The Internet has gone legit, and theater producers are embracing Web sites as an efficient way to market and sell tickets to their extravaganzas.