Fan-made trailer for BioShock movie goes the minimalist route and makes us even more eager to see the game adapted for the big screen.
YouTube movie rentals adds Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks movies to its library
Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of The Social Network, has an offer from Sony to adapt Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography into a feature film.
Netflix is attempting to raise $400 million to help cover the rising cost of streaming content. The company also announced that it expects to lose money throughout 2012 as customers continue to flee.
For all the PlayStation 3 owners have have been dying to watch Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo in Mystery Science Theater 3000 fashion with virtual friends, an update to PlayStation Home will have those avatars smiling.
Amazon has launched new deals on its Black Friday site including phones for pennies and a $200 PS3.
A soldier's 27-year campaign against alien invaders will be chronicled in new Halo: Helljumper webseries.
While Netflix will suffer without Starz content when the partnership between the two companies expires next year, Starz already has plans to continue providing digital content on a first party playtform.
A new Netflix deal is giving the company exclusive rights to stream the upcoming Arrested Development revival episodes.
New Line Cinema plans to make Rampage movie "in the vein and tone of Ghostbusters and Independence Day."
While streaming options are definitely limited over Wi-Fi for the frequent flyer, Walmart-owned Vudu is launching support for HD video downloads.
Iron Man, Oregon Trail, and even Rockapella make it into the Taiwanese animation trailer for Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
"We don't have a need to get it made," says BioShock creator Ken Levine.
Is the Doctor Who film confirmed? Yates claims he's directing it and he says the film will be fresh, not a continuation of the series.