Chris Evans appears in costume as Captain America on the upcoming cover of EW.
James Cameron has agreed to a deal with Fox that will make the Avatar sequels his next movies.
PlayStation Rewards will offer users special content based on their level of interactivity Sony’s gaming products.
Director Christopher Nolan has leaked a few details about the next Batman film. It will be titled “The Dark Knight Rises”, and the Riddler will not be the villain.
Part music video, part movie trailer, Daft Punk’s “Derezzed” debuts to tease the upcoming Disney film, Tron: Legacy.
MySpace, the once mighty social network, has been retooled and relaunched as a music and entertainment social network. The new look still resembles Facebook.
LimeWire, a veteran P2P filesharing service, has been shut down by a court order. The RIAA now moves to sue its founder, Mark Gorton.
Lucasfilm is planning on bringing the Indiana Jones films back to the theaters in 3D.
By attempting to preserve cable television and punish those who wish to use the Internet to watch TV, major broadcast networks are merely postponing the inevitable.
Now that Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit has officially been greenlit, the majority of the cast has been officially unveiled.
A new rumor suggests that Lucas is planning to film a new Star Wars sequel trilogy once the original films have aired in 3D.
Television manufacturers and broadcasters like ESPN paint 3D as the wave of the future for sports fanatics, but do you really want to watch sports on a 3D TV? Making the switch is a toss up for hardcore fans.
New York's respected Guggenheim art museum will feature winning YouTube video submissions through Sunday.
Hulu is considering a significant reduction in the price of its Plus service to $4.95.
In this week’s edition of our weekly viral videos: a golfer’s highly technical workout regimen, slamming into a truck can be super annoying, and Manchester City’s goalie is not human.