Film News

Meryl Streep Blasts Donald Trump and Supports Journalists at 2017 Golden Globes (January 8, 2017): Meryl Streep blasted Donald Trump at the 2017 Golden Globes. She also supported journalists to stand up to power.

NBCUniversal to Acquire DreamWorks Animation (May 14, 2016): NBCUniversal has announced plans to acquire DreamWorks Animation. The deal is expected to close by the end of 2016.

Fandango Acquires Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes (March 10, 2016): Fandango announced it has signed an agreement to acquire both Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes. Rotten Tomatoes includes the popular Tomatometer ratings.

The Social Network Wins Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (January 17, 2011): The Social Network was named the Best Motion Picture in the drama category at last night's Golden Globe Awards.

Hollywood Reporter to Become Weekly Magazine (September 15, 2010): The New York Times reports that the Hollywood Reporter is going to become a weekly magazine.

Jackassworld to Build Community Around Jackass Films (March 13, 2008): The world really didn't need the Jackass movies: Jackass, Jackass Number Two and Jackass 2.

Conde Nast Launches Movies Rock Magazine (November 7, 2007): Conde Nast is debuting a new magazine called Movies Rock.

Writers' Strike Begins (November 5, 2007): The Writers' Strike is underway with writers now picketing outside major studios in Los Angeles and New York City.

Media Companies Using Games to Boost Traffic (April 23, 2007): The Wall Street Journal reports that media companies are using online games to draw visitors to their websites.

April Edition Will Be Premiere's Last (March 10, 2007): Hachette Filipacchi is ceasing publication of the print edition of Premiere with the April edition.

Sleek New Disney Website Planned (January 2, 2007): The New York Times is reporting that Disney CEO Robert A.

Google Buys YouTube and Plans More Video Acquisitions (October 10, 2006): Google has acquired the extremely popular YouTube.

FoxFaith to Make Twelve Family-Friendly Films a Year (September 20, 2006): Twentieth Century Fox plans to make about 12 family-friendly films a year that will be marketed under its FoxFaith film divison.

Hollywood Launches Online Video Blog (September 15, 2006): Internet video is such a hot topic that some of the big media companies are launching blogs dedicated to the subject.

Path to 911 Blog Returns (September 10, 2006): The blog for ABC's extremely controversial and erroneous Path to 911 miniseries has returned.

Harry Potter and the Podcaster's Stone (September 4, 2006): 17-year-old Andrew Sims has become a podcasting star with his weekly Harry Potter podcast called MuggleCast that reaches 45,000 weekly listeners.

Blogging The Da Vinci Code Part 2 (August 14, 2006): The Da Vinci Code can still be found in many theatres since opening nearly three months ago.

MTV Buys Atom Entertainment (August 11, 2006): MTV Networks has acquired Atom Entertainment, a publisher of web games, films and funny video clips for $200 million.

Movie Downloads Finally Coming to iTunes (June 20, 2006): The New York Times reports that Disney is expected to be the first company to offer movie downloads on iTunes.

Did Bloggers Hurt Mission: Impossible III's Box Office Numbers? (May 10, 2006): Melissa P.