Netflix fell to a loss in its first quarter even while adding three million streaming members to its ranks, bringing its total to 26 million worldwide.
Category: Home Entertainment
Beginning yesterday, movie fans can now gain digital access to current DreamWorks Animation titles, including "Shrek," "Madagascar," "Kung Fu Panda" and "How to Train Your Dragon."
Time is running out for fans to own two of Disney’s beloved animated hits on Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: DIAMOND EDITION and BAMBI: DIAMOND EDITION will return to the Disney Vault on April 30, 2012.
Special Guest: Dr. Janeann Dill
On this epic-sode, Joel discovers the vast musical range of a rubber band; Alan discovers his lack of interest. Then, Dr. Janeann Dill, physician to the arts, discusses the breaking of art history, animation balm, the deep south, and legendary animation artist, educator, and innovator Jules Engel.
Two men are in custody after they were apprehended stealing 40 palettes of Mars Needs Moms DVDs, worth an estimated $285.00, from the shipping dock of a Texarkana Walmart.
William M. “Trip” Hawkins III -- founder of Electronic Arts and father of the 3DO console is rewriting the rules again. Here, Hawkins explains why he believes social gaming and virtual goods are the future of interactive entertainment.
Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage is back as Johnny Blaze in Marvel’s action-packed 3D sequel GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE.
On July 10, 2012, Shout! Factory will unleash the UNCUT edition Blu-ray and DVD of Steve Niles’ REMAINS.
Hasbro Studios announced a multi-year deal with Netflix, which brings 10 highly popular franchises, including new and catalog seasons of famed Hasbro content, available to instantly watch on Netflix.
The Gnomon Workshop releases “Environment Sculpting,” an in-depth look by environment artist David Lesperance at the workflow behind hit titles such as “Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe,” “Tony Hawk: Ride” and the highly anticipated “Halo 4.”
Embark upon the adventure of a lifetime as “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” arrives onto Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download on June 5.
You sat before the TV watching them when you were a kid. Now dig up those warm memories and let's find out the favorite cartoons of the past 50 years!
Larry the Cable Guy has always been an animated character. Mark describes the production of an animated version of Larry for his latest movie Tooth Fairy 2.
Cartoon Network has announced the DVD release of the entire first season of its Emmy-nominated animated comedy series "Adventure Time."
Here, Rich Farley, creative director at Danger Close Games, talks about what’s in store for PC gamers and gives his take on the move to modern warfare in this exclusive interview from GDC 2012.
Netflix has acquired three DHX Media-produced preschool series: “Franny’s Feet,” “Bo On The Go!” and “Mighty Jungle” for its expanding kids’ entertainment offering.
Walt Disney Studios unveils an all-new, original full-length CG-animated feature film, “Secret of the Wings,” which will debut on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital on October 23, 2012.
This compilation is a rather ingenious six-part BBC1 TV series that puts a bit of whimsy and “cool” into the world of science, contraptions and the mankind’s need to tinker.
The world‐renowned Muppets received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce in celebration of the release of Disney’s The Muppets on Blu‐ray Combo Pack and DVD.
Warner Home Video will dish up another treat from Dr. Seuss with the release of Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham and Other Stories Deluxe Edition, available on Blu-ray™ for the first time on June 26, 2012.
Superman vs. The Elite, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download June 12.
Kate Beckinsale is back in action like you’ve never seen her before in the 3D box office smash hit UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING.
The MPAA and NATO are panicking because they don’t know how to replace revenues lost not to piracy, but to newer legitimate commercial content platforms, like Netflix, or ad-supported platforms like YouTube. This is, I believe, a better explanation for the brinksmanship between Old Media and New Media companies over the now-tabled SOPA/PIPA legislation.