Netflix Is Now Banning Class-Action Suits Too

3:30 pm, March 20, 2012

Netflix has become the latest company to officially ban its members from participating in class-action suits against it.


Why America's Favorite Movies Don't Win Best Picture Oscars

1:27 pm, February 23, 2012

Harry Potter's nine-figure box office numbers won't help him against 'The Help.'


Comcast Launches Own 'Netflix-Killer'

11:00 am, February 22, 2012

Comcast has announced it will be launching its own subscription video-on-demand service to compete with Netflix.


How Movie Night Has Changed In 2012

10:00 am, February 20, 2012

As the Oscars approach, fewer Americans see theaters as a necessary part of the movie experience.


Could Redbox Raise Prices Again?

4:09 pm, February 01, 2012

Redbox has decided to abandon Warner Brothers rather than accept a 56-day delay on new releases. Will users wind up with another price increase?


Entertainment Copycats Can Be Overachievers

3:00 pm, January 02, 2012

TV shows, books and movies can sometimes score big by riding coattails.


The Most Pirated Movies of 2011

3:00 pm, December 29, 2011

In a year marked by intensifying debate over online piracy, here are the blockbusters that got torrented the most.


10 Great Christmas Movies Barely About Christmas

2:00 pm, December 23, 2011

Christmas movies don't always have to be dusty, sentimental classics. Ask John McClane.


8 Fictional Products We Wish We Could Buy

7:00 am, December 11, 2011

All the money in the world can’t buy you a hoverboard, and that upsets us. Here are eight made-up products from movies and TV shows that we want to see on store ...


Netflix Sharing on Facebook May Be Coming to U.S.

10:12 am, December 08, 2011

It may not be much longer before there's an easier way for Netflix's U.S. subscribers to share their tastes in movies on Facebook.

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