ABC Upfronts: Network's 'Damage Control' Includes Going Big, Jabbing Rivals and 'Dancing' 1 week ago
With broadcast audiences shrinking, ABC mostly avoided admitting its troubles in its upfront presentation to advertisers Tuesday. Instead...
By Tim Molloy
One explores human mind; the other a world where dinosaurs still walk the earth
After shunning the controversial animated awards in 2010, Disney and Pixar restore support for a revamped organization
Toby Scammell says he didn't get tips from his Disney-employee girlfriend about the media giant's $4 billion deal for the comic book company two years ago
The commercial director takes on Fox's P.T. Barnum-themed musical
The studio hopes to appeal to investors in the market for higher-yielding, long-term investments
The year-old independent production company lured in the former president of the Mouse's interactive media as a digital advisor
The film has some of Disney's most important players attached: Johnny Depp, Gore Verbinski and Jerry Bruckheimer
SEC slaps Toby Scammell with insider-trading charges after he makes a more than $192,000 profit on the deal
Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 519.83 points, slamming media stocks.
This weekend-long event focuses on 25 years of Pixar's technical wizardry
President and CEO Robert Iger said that the company won't be discounting resort rates any time soon, despite economic concerns
CBS, decimated on Monday, was up nearly 15%, and Disney was up more than 5%
CBS was especially hard-hit, falling more than 10 percent, but even Apple took its lumps in another Wall Street bloodbath
The action-adventure film starring Taylor Kitsch, Willem Dafoe and Lynn Collins will get the big-screen 3D treatment when it's released on March 9, 2012
Despite huge upfront sales and strong earnings, the media industry is fully aware that advertisers have cancellation options
Analysts said media companies dependent on advertising are most vulnerable, and indeed CBS was hardest hit in worst one-day selloff since December 2008
This time, the studio is focusing on the seven dwarfs -- only instead of dwarfs, they're warriors -- in its feature "Order of the Seven"
Where will Jeffrey Katzenberg go?
Court rejects screenwriter's claims that he came up with the anthropomorphic autos in the mid-'90s
The family of legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby claimed the characters belonged to them
There’s something to be said about a movie for children where there’s not a single item on-screen that plugs in or runs on batteries
Disney CEO says the streaming service's owners want to divest themselves
As of July, CEO Jason Kilar is without a contract. He plans to stay put nonetheless as company is considered by buyers, says an insider
The studio also moves the release date of "The Help" to Aug. 10, 2011
"The Social Network" producer has a new first-look deal with Sony Pictures; he had been at Disney for five years
Peter Chernin quashed a rumor going that he was gathering a group of investors to buy Hulu. “No, it’s not true,” he told me on Monday
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga