BloodRayne In Two-Pack Deal

Fans of Uwe Boll’s BloodRayne won’t need to go to two different aisles when the DVD and video game are released later this year. According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, ... Continue Reading →

Icon’s Vitaminix Gobbled By MIP B’Casters

Barcelona-based Icon Animation has announced the signing of a raft of programming deals at MIPTV 2006 for its Vitaminix series. Panama free TV channel TV7 (Corp. Medcom), UEA cabsat ... Continue Reading →

Foothill Unveils MIP Pilots

Forget March Madness. How about MIP Madness? It continues apace today as, among other things, Santa Barbara-based Foothill Entertainment, Inc. unveils the two completed pilots it’s ... Continue Reading →

Internet Film Sites Up And Running: Now What?

If ever there was a product designed by a committee it’s the major Hollywood studios on-line movie download effort launched Monday. Users can download films to their PC and then ... Continue Reading →

National Geo Launches Toot Straight-To-DVD Release

National Geographic Television and Film’s children’s programming and production unit has started production of Toot & Puddle: I’ll Be Home for Christmas as both ... Continue Reading →

Kong King DVD Towers over Competition

It may say something about the nature of the blockbuster mentality of the entertainment business that a film that has grossed $500 million worldwide has garnered so little attention. ... Continue Reading →

Nick’s 2006 Kid’s Choice No April Fool

In an era of just way, way, way too many award shows, Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice show continues to amaze in scope and the sheer number of A-listers that show up, willing ... Continue Reading →

Ice Freezes Critics, Warms Fox Hearts

With reviews only slightly better than the savaging heaped on Sharon Stone’s return to the screen as a been-around-the-block femme fatale, Fox’s Ice Age 2: The Meltdown ... Continue Reading →

Simpson Movie Set for July 2007

Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie are now officially ready for their big-screen close-ups! After years of promising, Fox, Matt Groening and James L. Brookes have finalized plans for ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Pulls South Park Seg

If you thought that free speech was alive and well in America, think again. It’s not just the FCC that’s trying to have its unelected five-person committee decide for 295 ... Continue Reading →