Imagine combining the power of a 1728 core supercomputer with the mobility of an 18 wheeler. No, its not Optimus Prime, but we're definitely one step closer with MobileViz, Silverdraft's first mobile supercomputer on wheels. This 18 wheeler goes all out to become an evolutionary step in virtual film production. I took a little time talking about this mobile supercomputer with its owner Amy Gile and marketing manager Michael Cooper.
Peter Jackson revealed on his Facebook page that Sir Ian Holm would return as an older version of Bilbo Baggins in THE HOBBIT.
Evan Spiliotopoulos (POOH'S HEFFALUMP MOVIE) has been tapped to re-write Universal Pictures' OUIJA, reports Variety.
John Luessenhop (TAKERS) is in discussions to take the helm of LEATHERFACE 3D, a new film in the TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE franchise, reports Bloody Disgusting.
In what is now becoming a daily tradition, Lionsgate has revealed two new cast members of THE HUNGER GAMES via the film's Facebook page.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) (TSX:IMX), Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment, LLC formally announced today that they have finalized an agreement to release the epic superhero adventure Thor in digital IMAX theatres worldwide day-and-date on May 6, 2011.
New York-based creative studio Nice Shoes is premiering two lyrical 3D short films conceived, shot and produced entirely in-house.
The latest animated feature from Blue Sky Studios is like a Disney film circa OLIVER AND COMPANY. It's safe entertainment that skews for the younger crowd. And there isn't anything wrong with making a film for a specific audience. I certainly don't miss the crass pandering to the older viewers. It's replaced with the joy of love and song.
In anticipation that the October-released original with be a hit, following strong test screenings, DreamWorks has begun development on a sequel to the robot-boxing flick, REAL STEEL, reports Deadline.com.
Autodesk's SVP discusses how the software giant has reshaped its strategy in response to industry demand.
Since Disney dropped the project, Joseph Kosinski's OBLIVION might be finding a new home at Universal, reports Deadline.com.
Rufus Sewell (TV's THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH) has joined 20th Century Fox's ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER, reports Variety.
Here's a short previs round up of tools and technologies found at NAB 2011. Take a look around the show floor and see if any of these toys strikes your fancy.
James Cameron and 20th Century Fox have leased a space at the MBS Media Campus in Manhattan Beach to conduct the performance capture for the AVATAR sequels, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Debuting internationally ahead of its U.S. premiere this weekend, RIO flew away with the biggest international opening of the year thus far, writes The Hollywood Reporter. Opening in 72 markets, the animated comedy made approximately $55 million.
Anthony Horowitz, the writer of the ALEX RIDER YA series, told Richard Bacon’s Radio 5 talk show that he would be writing the second TINTIN film to be directed by Peter Jackson, reports Bleeding Cool.
Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures announced today that Michael Shannon will star in the role of General Zod in director Zack Snyder’s new Superman film, titled “Man of Steel.”