As light as a banana souffle and about as substantial, "Space Chimps" is a diverting dish for young moviegoing primates. Though dwarfed by the summer's two 800-pound animated gorillas (well, one…
Broadway stalwart "The Phantom of the Opera" will go dark for four performances in August to accommodate the installation of a new digital sound system.
The first in a series of subsidies for 3-D film production in France was announced Tuesday by the Centre National de la Cinematographie, Gaul's government-backed film and TV funder.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Rather than fight its fans, Lionsgate has made a deal with YouTube aimed at satisfying -- and monetizing -- the people who post clips of its films, like "Dirty…
Seeking closer ties with Hollywood as part of its ongoing makeover, Blockbuster has hired longtime Warner Bros. exec Jeffrey Calman as VP of studio relations and new media.
MTV has launched Soundtrack.mtv.com, an interactive music website showcasing artists featured on the network.
Spurned suitor Microsoft painted an alarmist portrait of Yahoo's outsourcing deal with Google during congressional antitrust hearings on Tuesday.
Bowing to privacy watchdogs, Viacom has agreed to allow YouTube to mask the online viewing history of its clips when the latter turns over records to the conglom in a $1 billion copyright…
Joss Whedon's made-for-Internet tuner "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" was a little too popular in its debut late Monday night.
Disney has teamed with Hong Kong broadcaster Television Broadcasts to offer four of its U.S. network TV shows online free of charge.