Bruce Willis Immortalized with Chocolate 'Die Hard' Statue in Japan 13 weeks ago
Bruce Willis has already been immortalized on film as the one and only John McClane, but now he's finally been immortalized as a statue...
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Monterey Media acquires U.S. rights to "Leonie" with Emily Mortimer
Guest blog: Upcoming baseball movie "Kano" tells story of how a group of Taiwanese island teens took on the mighty Japanese in 1931 and became a part of their country's lore
Titles include "Swingers" and "Pulp Fiction"
With Hulu up for sale, the streaming service goes international and lures fourth network
When I hear cute little Japanese or Taiwanese kids saying "f-- you" to each other as a greeting call, I wonder just what Hollywood's gift to the outside world really has been
Internet video company to embark on its first international expansion; doesn't reveal any info about the new service
The company has already spent an estimated $171 million to investigate and repair damage from previous attacks
Media giant had predicted a profit for the fiscal year ended in March, but now projects $3.2 billion loss
Fergie and her bandmates urge fans to be charitable in a new clip filmed in Tokyo
Stars are raising money to aid the victims of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan
Student's YouTube rant about Asians hours after Japan quake goes viral, leads to death threats
"Today" show correspondent, colleagues were in Sendai for 36 hours; "minute levels" found on shoes
Amid the devastation of the earthquake and tsunami, Twitter and the like have helped spread news and search for the missing
Film features vivid recreation of a tsunami
Foreign receipts are off about 60% from the same weekend last year, with the Asia-Pacific region's biggest driver hit hard by earthquake and tsunami
Virtually every major news organization -- ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, NBC -- sending staff for weekend coverage
Coverage of the disaster and aftermath, like the event itself, is all over the map
Theater chain partners with United Cinemas to install up to five new systems
Taiji fishing village disgusted by depiction in film
Medallion Media picks up Oscar-nominated documentary that had been barred from country whose fishing industry it bashes
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"