Seeking an inside guide to vidgame properties that can be developed into movies, Warner Bros. has tapped cable channel G4 to be its talent scout.
Consumers will soon get to decide whether Warner Home Video will next release "Night of the Iguana," "Bad Day at Black Rock" or "Love Finds Andy Hardy" on DVD.
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John Woo is taking his action expertise to another arena: videogames. The director and producing partner Terence Chang have launched Tiger Hill Entertainment, a new venture that will allow the duo to…
Whoopi Goldberg and Cheech Marin have rejoined the voice cast from the original "The Lion King" for Disney's second animated DVD premiere sequel, "The Lion King 1½: Hakuna Matata," which will be…
Sony is revamping Screenblast, its pioneering online content-creation site, launching a premium subscription service today that targets mass-market auds.
MGM and Danjaq have extended their lucrative James Bond vidgame license with publisher Electronic Arts through 2010 in a deal covering all of Ian Fleming's original books, the 20 films so far and any…
The biggest entertainment business that's not part of Hollywood makes its annual L.A. pilgrimage this week, as the $20 billion vidgame industry stuffs the Los Angeles Convention Center with 400…
Chuck Dolan's Independent Film Channel is rounding up a library of sex-saturated movies, TV series and documentaries for a proposed video-on-demand platform with a target date of September.
DVD/video piracy is growing alarmingly in Australia and eating into the B.O. potential of major films, prompting the film, video and pay TV industries to form a coalition to lobby federal and state…
Two former music industry execs were stunned while shopping in a Los Angeles mall the weekend of May 3. It was no surprise that the combo CD and bookstore had no music playing, but the neighboring…