Check out a new internet exclusive trailer for Toy Story 3 which stars the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and many more Hollywood stars.
Avatar's Blu-ray sales have shattered previous sales records, selling through 1.2 million on the first day.
A new live-action short set in the Halo universe, “Birth of a Spartan,” debuts this week.
Follow the 2010 NFL draft from your computer or cell phone with these websites and mobile apps.
Microsoft is investigating the possibility of adding an Xbox Live channel to the XBL service, which would deliver original content to Xbox owners.
Streaming content on Hulu may cost $9.95 per month with the launch of Hulu Plus.
T-Mobile’s VOD+ service will offer Warner Bros. movies, including The Hangover, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Price, and Matrix Revolutions, to HTC Android Phones.
A recent report claims that over the last two years, 800,000 Americans have cut their cable television and now watch their TV online. That number is expected to double by next year.
For an extra $7.99 per month, subscribers to Blockbusters Online service can now rent games.
In the first deal of its kind, Seagate and Paramount have teamed up to offer external hard drives with movies preloaded on them.
A recent Redbox survey asks customers to rate their interest in a streaming video service that would cost $3.95, half of what Netflix charges.
Verizon plans to upgrade its FiOS system in order to sell 3D TV packages before the end of the year.
Revisit your favorite DVDs to discover secrets you never knew were there with these craftily hidden “Easter eggs.”
A new agreement will grant Blockbuster the exclusive right to rent Warner Bros. titles for 28 days after release on DVD and Blu-ray.
Hulu takes a blow with Comdey Central leaving, but does this mean we could be paying for Hulu's services soon?