CBS, Paramount Tell Star Trek Fans How They Can Make Fan Films Without Getting Sued
In the midst of a lawsuit targeting a crowdfunded film, the two studios give 10 conditions.
Samsung Now Shipping New Go-Pro Alternative 360° Camera
Samsung's answer to the GoPro is set at $350 and will be released on a wider basis later this year.
Apple Discontinues Its Big Beautiful Thunderbolt Display
Apple hasn’t updated its Thunderbolt display in five years, and now it won’t be selling it either.
James Earl Jones Will Play Darth Vader Again in Star Wars: Rogue One
Kathleen Kennedy said that fans will see very little of Vader in “Rogue One,” but that when he does appear, it will come at a very important moment in the film.
Jeff Robinov Movie Under Investigation After 5 Dead Bison Used During Filming
On April 27, five bison carcasses were arranged on the set of the Ice Age film The Solutrean in Alberta, Canada, for a scene that takes place after a hunting expedition.
The TV Business Has Changed Forever—And That’s a Good Thing
When Lost went off the air in 2010, there were around 200 original programs on television. This year, there will be more than double that.
Pedro Almodóvar: 13 Great Spanish Films That Inspire Me
In his own words, the acclaimed director recommends Spanish films that he admires
Amazon’s Transparent Lags Behind Netflix, Hulu Shows
Transparent falls short of other original streaming series on Netflix and Hulu, and even some of its fellow Amazon shows.
Netflix Picks Up Sarah Polley & Mary Harron’s Miniseries Adaptation Of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace
Polley first announced she was developing an adaptation back in 2012 as a movie, but it more recently was revealed to be a miniseries for CBC.
Genndy Tartakovsky Isn’t Done With Hotel Transylvania
Many industry observers had expected that Tartakovsky would not return for the third installment, especially after Sony killed Tartakovsky’s pet project, a CGI Popeye reboot.