Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp., a company that provides smaller theaters with digital projection, said it helped arrange funding to save 3,000 screens from extinction when studios phase out film prints of movies.
Media Derivatives Inc., blocked by Congress from selling futures contracts based on movie-ticket sales, is in talks that may lead to a market for the securities outside the U.S.
U.S. cinema chains are adding 3 a.m. screenings of “The Hunger Games” tomorrow to meet demand for tickets to the Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. film.
Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp. has signed agreements with more than 100 drive-in theaters to install digital projectors, a move aimed at helping owners compete with modern multiplexes.
The U.S. Senate approved a ban on movie-futures trading as part of its broader financial reform bill, sending the measure to President Barack Obama to sign.
Sony Pictures and major cinema operators are locked in a standoff over who will pay for 3-D glasses for “Men in Black 3,” a major summer release a week away from its debut.