The book by New York Times journalist Nick Bilton recounting the behind-the-scenes drama of the social network's rise is officially headed to Hollywood.
As the battle for original content continues, Hulu strikes a deal with the studio behind hits like "Mad Men," "Nurse Jackie," and "Orange is the New Black."
What does Katniss Everdeen look like as an 8-bit character? You'll find out in Girl on Fire for iOS, which might not be the "Hunger Games" tie-in you're expecting.
Netfilx will be offering Lionsgate films to customers in the U.K. and Ireland early next year when it launches its streaming service in those countries.
The film studio would be the first to sign an ad-sharing deal with the Google service, according to the Hollywood Reporter. How extensive it will be, however, isn't yet clear.
Don Reisinger spoke with the president of LionsGate to see why he chose Blu-ray. And the answer he got disgusted Don.
Lionsgate and Kabam team up to build a mobile game for smartphones and tablets based on "The Hunger Games" franchise.
House of Cards is coming to Comcast Xfinity customers.
Several Hollywood studios have issued takedown notices for TPB AFK, the Pirate Bay documentary that was legally released online for free.
The company isn't close to making a final offer, but is currently thinking about it.