CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
Markus "Notch" Persson, creator of the beloved indie sandbox sensation, reveals on Twitter that Warner Bros. and his studio Mojang are bringing Minecraft to the big screen.
Mark Horak, the former president of the Americas at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, will join the DVD-rental kiosk company in March.
Selected WB TV shows will be available via video-on-demand services "just hours" after their local broadcast.
The new Humble Bundle ranks up there with the best of them, offering two Batman games, two F.E.A.R. games, and other good stuff.
If you're big into Superman, Batman, and Harry Potter, it's time to start searching the couch cushions for loose change.
The 21st Century Fox bid for its rival goes nowhere as Time Warner indicates Fox could never muster an acceptable offer. Still, investors take a shine to Time Warner shares.
Amazon VP Bill Carr announced yesterday that the retailer has agreed to start offering movies on UltraViolet, but for some reason didn't reveal the studio.
The agreements include the rights to stream past episodes from the Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Warner Bros. Animation.
The studio signs a deal with Netflix that will make the streaming service the exclusive online home of prior seasons of several shows.
Geeky Brits Moss, Roy and Jen will return to TV -- but this time as unappreciated American computer nerds. Can Internet, soccer and quizmaster jokes translate from across the pond?