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The North Korea comedy lowers price in wake of unconventional streaming and theatrical rollout
"The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" featured early performances of Warren Beatty, while "Fridays" starred a young Larry David
There are signs the home entertainment industry may be figuring out how to make people buy digital copies of movies
Sales of "The Hunger Games" are roughly in "Twilight" territory
The adaptation of Suzanne Collins' best-selling novel has already racked up nearly $650 million at the worldwide box office
Consumer spending on home entertertainment hit $4.5B in the first quarter, up 2.5% from a year ago, the Digital Entertainment Group reports. Blu-ray disc sales...
A final deal is still weeks away, says an insider
The kiosk market shows signs of strength with companies like Redbox enjoying a 28% in disc rentals
Report says that the industry continues to struggle with declining movie attendance and the rise of digital platforms
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1” got off to a stronger start on home entertainment than the last Twilight movie
Home-entertainment giant abandons plan to rent video games, but will offer 3D streaming
To be released next fall, the collection begins with “Dr. No” and ends with “Quantum of Solace” and includes more than 130 hours of bonus...
Producer Mike Medavoy, critic Joe Morgenstern, “Warrior” director Gavin O’Connor and others on how movies can survive after a brutal box office year
Special digital versions has six hours of extras that show Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana in their performance capture finest
The hottest diva of 2011 bares her sheer musicality on a live CD… and plenty of amusingly profane confessions on the longer DVD that comes...
The singer turns in some typically strong performances on her concert DVD, if you can get past all the self-serving patter
You’ll need a wad of cash and serious space on your DVD shelf for this mammoth box set, which collects all 20 “L&O” seasons on...
The strategy — used by Disney on big hits — should send disc sales for “Deathly Hallows: Part 2” through the roof
The stock plunges on news that the subscription company is splintering off its DVD by mail business
Rental market rose 11 percent to $4.2 billion according to DEG report
Revenues climb 52 percent and profits jump 55 percent during the second quarter, but failed to meet Wall Street expectations
Job cuts amount to about 7% of the studio’s domestic work force; decline in DVD sales is blamed
Year-to-year sales of the set-top players are up 16 percent, but the overall home entertainment market continues to shrink