Los Angeles City Council member Wendy Greuel has introduced a resolution in support of state legislation that would provide $650 million in tax breaks for filmmakers to keep production in California.
Miramax Home Entertainment will release the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" Sept. 24 in a two-disc DVD set that includes six hours of bonus features.
The video industry hasn't even begun to reap the rewards of the movies sparking the biggest summer in box-office history, but consumer spending on the purchase and rental of DVDs and videocassettes…
"Spider-Man" will swing into videostores Nov. 1 with lofty expectations from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, which is mounting the studio's biggest marketing campaign, valued at more than $100…
When you've already put out DVD special editions of classics in your film library like "Citizen Kane" and "The Wizard of Oz," what do you do for an encore?
The most recent state analysis of the key California bill to fight runaway production has boosted the cost estimate of the legislation by 57% to $650 million.
Artisan Pictures has inked to pick up "The Lost," a spec thriller from tyro scribes Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie in a deal approaching low-six figures.
One of the last remaining major movie trilogies never released on DVD -- the "Back to the Future" series -- will debut on Dec. 17 from Universal Studios Home Video.
Fox is mounting a glacier-sized promotional push for the Nov. 26 video release of "Ice Age," the studio's biggest animated film ever.
Call him Kirby Atkins, Coy Genius. Practically the ultimate Hollywood outsider, Atkins has sold his spec script "S.P.O.O.K.S." (Special Paranormal Organization of Kids) to Miramax Films in a six…
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