Online ticketing service Fandango has agreed to acquire Flixster and movie review-aggregator Rotten Tomatoes from Warner Bros. Entertainment for an undisclosed price. Warner Bros. Entertainment will…
UPDATED: Warner Bros. issued a statement Saturday in the wake of complaints about technical issues experienced by Kickstarter donors to “Veronica Mars” attempting to redeem free digital downloads of…
Popular movie review website Rotten Tomatoes will now also start tracking television shows. On Tuesday, the site will launch a separate "TV Zone" that includes a Tomatometer based on reviews of a TV…
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American movie auds are substantially less likely to watch trailers in theaters than they were two years ago, while trailer viewing online and on mobile devices has jumped over the same time period…
Pinterest, the social site that lets users share image "pins" of stuff they like, is teaming with Netflix, Rotten Tomatoes and Time Warner's Flixster to serve up more info on films that fans stick on…
With a sweeping reorganization of exec responsibilities in TV and home entertainment, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has taken a big first step toward making the studio more attuned to the demands…
Mark May 21 on your calendar. That's when Microsoft plans to unveil the next generation of its popular Xbox 360 videogame console – a device that the company aims to make an even bigger player in the…
The rare remake that likely will be enjoyed most by diehard fans of its predecessor, "Evil Dead" often comes off as the cinematic equivalent of a cover-band concert tribute to a supergroup's greatest…
More TV shows and movies are coming to the Xbox videogame console.
Paramount Pictures has found a cheaper way to monetize older titles in its film library: have Warner Bros. pump out the DVDs and Blu-rays.
If Reed Hastings needs another reason to hope for a partnership with HBO, new data on mobile video consumption isn't going to change his mind.