The Interview made headlines by skipping theaters and making its money online, but meanwhile, Amazon is trying to worm its way into theaters. What gives?
Ex-Hulu CEO Jason Kilar debuts the beta version of Vessel, a $3/month subscription service aimed to offer early access to popular videos before they hit YouTube.
Zombies don't stand a chance in AMC's new trailer for the rest of the fifth season of The Walking Dead, the hit series based on the popular comic.
Spanish-languge digtial media company Latin Everywhere released a free, ad-supported beta for its Pongalo streaming service of over 10,000 telenovelas.
Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is among the actresses rumored to be testing for the female lead in Gareth Edwards' upcoming Star Wars standalone movie.
After making the rounds to nearly every video-on-demand platform in the land, The Interview will soon begin streaming on Netflix.
Overstock sees opportunity in Amazon's streaming video success, preparing a competing streaming service that will aim to entice customers to join its loyalty program.
Stardust and X-Men: First Class screenwriter Jane Goldman is working on a script for the Fables movie based on Bill Willingham's hit comic-book series.
HBO has announced a behind-the-scenes documentary on Game Of Thrones that covers a single day of filming on the international sets of the series.
X-Men spinoff movie Deadpool will begin filming this March in Vancouver, Ryan Reynolds' hometown, where many of the prior X-Men movies were filmed.
It hasn't even hit theaters outside of the U.S. yet but The Interview is all set to land in North Korea this week, via a balloon drop. The action to send across DVDs of the controversial movie is being taken by opponents of the country's oppressive regime.
Possibly designed to keep you binge watching Netflix while consuming expensive room service food, Marriott is currently testing streaming video access for guests that already subscribe to specific services.
NBC has announced that Chuck and Thor: The Dark World actor Zachary Levi will star in its upcoming Heroes: Reborn miniseries based in the Heroes universe.
Will Arnett's series Flaked, in which he will star, is set to debut on Netflix in 2016 with 8 episodes.