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.

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.

Warner Bros. to Sell Movies, Show Via BitTorrent (May 9, 2006): The New York Times reports that Warner Bros.