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Comcast to beef up its Fancast entertainment site (AP via Yahoo! News)
Comcast Corp. has reached agreements with several major content providers to offer their shows on its entertainment Web site, Fancast.com.
MAYA Entertainment announces RAMAYANA (Glamsham.com)
While films across the languages are creating superheroes out of human beings, Maya entertainment's is proud to bring RAM to the world in a new avatar, as a hero, a superhero who surpasses obstacles which was beyond any ordinary human.
Comcast to beef up its Fancast entertainment site (PhysOrg)
(AP) -- Comcast Corp. has reached agreements with several major content providers to offer their shows on its entertainment Web site, Fancast.com. The Philadelphia-based cable operator has inked deals with ABC, CW, Showtime, HBO and The Food Network to offer free ad-supported TV episodes and clips. The shows will start rolling out this weekend, except those from ABC, which went live last week.
Regal Entertainment's 48th year anniversary treat is Judy Ann's horror movie (Manila Bulletin)
In running her movie empire, Regal Entertainment, for 48 years, Mother Lily Monteverde has learned that to survive and to keep on producing films for the Filipino people, she has to make certain sacrifices.
Mariah Carey movie set for December release (China Daily)
Seven years after her disastrous movie headlining debut "Glitter," pop star Mariah Carey will return to theaters in December. Vivendi Entertainment has acquired all domestic rights to the road trip drama "Tennessee," which premiered at this spring's Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
Universal Pictures backs South Korean movie (Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news)
By MIN LEE, AP Entertainment Writer. Universal Pictures is backing a leading South Korean director's latest movie _ the first time a major Hollywood studio has invested in a Korean movie before its domestic release.
Update: Digital Entertainment Industry Announces One DRM To Rule Them All (TechCrunch)
A consortium of digital entertainment companies including movie studios, digital device manufacturers, and electronics retailers are trying to take on Apple by standardizing their DRM practices. Originally dubbed "Open Market," the official name of the initiative is now the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE). As we first reported a few weeks ago: Open Market is a set of policy ...
Movie filming in east Bakersfield needs your lowriders (The Bakersfield Californian)
A movie production company wants locals with lowriders or "fixed up" cars to show their rides in its film. CUTM Entertainment is filming "Crusin'," a Latino version of "American Graffiti" in Bakersfield. Locals with nice rides can show up for filming between 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. between the 2800 and 2900 blocks of Niles Street, according to the company. Filming will take place tonight, Saturday and ...
Comic Book Publisher Bulks Up Making Its Own Superhero Movies (Investor's Business Daily via Yahoo! News)
The blockbuster story of billionaire playboy Tony Stark facing down Afghan terrorists and evil-doers closer to home in his special battle suit kicked off the summer movie season in May. It also kicked off Marvel Entertainment's foray into producing its own films.
Mariah Carey movie set for December release (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Seven years after her disastrous movie headlining debut "Glitter," pop star Mariah Carey will return to theaters in December.