After spending nearly a half-billion dollars to see "Shrek 2" in theaters this summer, consumers spent an additional $185 million buying the DVD over the weekend, according to DreamWorks.
Even $71 million didn't cut it for some Pixar investors, as the CGI animation studio saw its shares decline 6% Monday after the opening of "The Incredibles."
Midway Games had a strong but slow third quarter and predicted it will return to profitability in the fourth quarter for the first time since 1999.
Digital music network Music Choice is launching the first musicvideo-on-demand offering for TV. The company is expanding with a service that lets users program musicvid and audio channels based on…
Julie Andrews, Disney homevideo chief Bob Chapek and powerhouse DVD retailer Target will be inducted into the Video Business Video Hall of Fame on Dec. 6.
Moviegoers aren't the only ones buzzing about the positive reviews "The Incredibles" has been garnering. Investors rushed out Friday and loaded up on shares of the movie's producer, Pixar, pushing…
Make it six in a row for Pixar. The CGI studio extended its perfect streak with "The Incredibles," which opened at $70.7 million from 3,933 theaters. Disney set a slew of studio records this weekend.
Time is literally of the essence for entertainment flacks trying to draw attention to projects. In the last two months, journos have been bombarded with mini-clocks that count down the days, hours…
The CGI toon biz may be growing, but it's a small world after all. DreamWorks bowed "Shrek 2" on DVD Nov. 5 -- the same day Disney and Pixar's "The Incredibles" hit the bigscreen.
New MPAA topper Dan Glickman's announcement last week that studios will begin suing those who download movies online generated plenty of headlines, but few expect it to make a dent in the problem.
The Internet is increasingly being used to steer independent films to both their core audiences and the mass market, panelists said Saturday at AFM's seminar on exploiting ancillary markets.