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  • Samsung Unveils Virtual-Reality Headset Built with Facebook's Oculus

    Samsung Electronics launched a virtual-reality wearable headset technology -- the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition, built in partnership with Facebook's Oculus -- as the consumer-electronics maker looks to stake out what could be the next big category in...
  • Tribune Media's Gracenote acquires film and TV database Baseline

    Tribune Media Co.'s Gracenote has acquired film and TV information website Baseline for $50 million, the company announced Wednesday. The addition of Los Angeles-based Baseline expands Gracenote’s entertainment data portfolio with information...
  • Dwayne Johnson to Play Black Adam in New Line's 'Shazam,' Darren Lemke To Script (EXCLUSIVE)

    Though Dwayne Johnson hasn't been shy about teasing his potential involvement in New Line Cinema's "Shazam" movie, the superhero comicbook pic now looks closer to achieving lift-off. Sources tell Variety that Darren Lemke is set to write the script...
  • DreamWorks Animation's 'Dragon 2' stays atop China box office

    DreamWorks Animation’s “How to Train Your Dragon 2” remained atop China’s box office last week, and will soon become the top-grossing animated film of 2014 in the territory. The sequel earned $24.4 million in the seven days...
  • After Twitch, Is Ustream the Next Billion-Dollar Target?

    The $970 million in cash Amazon is paying to purchase Twitch isn't just good news for the founders of the company that live-streams people playing videogames. Another player that's quietly operated in the wings, Ustream, could now also benefit and find...
  • Korea's Studio Mir Inks Multi-Series Deal With DreamWorks Animation

    SEOUL -- South Korean animation firm, Studio Mir has forged a 4-year contract with DreamWorks Animation spanning four animated TV series. Each series is expected to be a 78-episode 2-D show. Significantly, the two companies are set to co-develop and co-...
  • Venice Film Review: 'The Boxtrolls'

    They're not cute, they're not funny. They're neither scary nor special nor even all that original. Ladies and gentlemen, they're "The Boxtrolls," and . Repeating a lot of the same beats from the studio's first two stop-motion adventures, "Coraline" and...
  • Alibaba IPO Delayed by One Week, Say Reports

    HONG KONG - Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is likely to begin its initial public offering in the second week of September. That is a week later than previous indications and gives the company an additional week to answer questions from U.S....
  • 'Lucy' Tops Foreign Box Office, 'Guardians' Nears $500 Million Worldwide

    "Lucy" was number one at the foreign box office with a bullet. The revenge flick scored $34 million last weekend from 42 territories, pushing its global total to $216.8 million. The film stars Scarlett Johansson as a woman who is drugged and subsequently...
  • Lionsgate Hires DreamWorks Branding Exec to Grow 'Hunger Games,' 'Divergent'

    Lionsgate has hired Kerry Phelan, former head of consumer products and licensing for DreamWorks Animation, to the newly-created position of exec VP of global franchise management and strategic partnerships. The hire comes as the studio focuses on...
  • Lionsgate Acquires Rights to 'The Smosh Movie,' Starring YouTube Comedy Duo

    Lionsgate has picked up global distribution rights to "The Smosh Movie," starring the YouTube comedy duo of Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, banking on their Internet celebrity to drive audiences to the feature-length film. Production was jointly...