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E3: GameCube Hybrid to Play DVDs    17 May, 2001

News By: David Ward

New version, arriving in Japan this fall, will play DVD movies, audio CDs and 3.15-inch CD games....More>>

Lawrence Kasdan Will Direct and Produce Stephen King's 'Dreamcatchers' Feature for Castle Rock    17 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

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Artisan Will Distribute Skouras HomeVideo    17 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

Deal for around 10 titles per year launches in the U.S. in the fall with Clara Law-directed 'The...More>>

E3: Spears Lends Talent to Technology    17 May, 2001

News By: Seth Goldstein

Britney Spears is lending her talent, charisma and bare midriff to home entertainment's cutting...More>>

E3: New Consoles to Square Off in November    17 May, 2001

News By: David Ward

Nintendo&#8217;s GameCube, Microsoft&#8217;s Xbox will debut within days of each other. <BR> By...More>>

MGM Will Not Change Distribution    16 May, 2001

News By: Joan Villa

After keeping distributors on edge for more than a week, MGM opts for no 'substantial' changes...More>>

Wal-Mart, Big Blue Biggest Studio Customers    15 May, 2001

News By: Seth Goldstein

Wal-Mart wrote the biggest check last year, topping $1.9 billion, with Blockbuster at $1.7...More>>

Game Chain Babbage's Tests DVD Sales    15 May, 2001

News By: David Ward

Focus is on DVD movies, mainly anime, 'because it fits in with our audience,' say president Dan...More>>

Sony, AOL Turn PS2s Into Internet-Friendly Entertainment Centers    15 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

Game console will eventually deliver music, movies and e-mail. AOL gets to sell its service to...More>>

WGA Outlines Its Contract Demands ... For 2004    15 May, 2001

News By: Hive News

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