Claiming a first for Hollywood, Warner Bros. will release its movies in South Korea on demand two weeks before they go out on DVD.
The federal Copyright Royalty Board left the rate for royalties paid to songwriters for CDs and digital downloads unchanged.
Now that five studios have agreed to help defray the cost of converting to digital cinema, the country's top three theater circuits face the daunting task of raising up to $1 billion in financing at…
Jeff Zucker's been accused of plenty of things during his tenure at NBC Universal.
Overture has secured pay-per-view and video-on-demand deals to fill out its distribution pipeline.
Scion is turning to Roman Coppola and kung fu-fighting puppets to get consumers interested in its cars.
DreamWorks Animation is moving forward with a "Kung Fu Panda" sequel, slotted for release on June 3, 2011.
Hollywood-based Swedish actor Peter Stormare will voice one of the characters in the international version of Swedish animated kid pic "Gnomes and Trolls: The Forest Trial."
Sony will unveil 14 new titles at the Tokyo Game Show, which runs Oct. 9-12 in the capital.
"Bolt," Disney's animated winter tentpole, will be the opening night film at 3DX, the 3-D film fest and conference in Singapore.
Regent Releasing has acquired the North American distribution rights to the animated comedy, "$9.99."