Argentina-based Distribution Co. has picked up the rights to the Mexican-Argentinean co-production TOP CAT, based on the Hanna-Barbera character, reports Variety.
Paramount has tapped David Ellison's Skydance Pictures and New Regency to co-fund Doug Liman's LUNA, reports Variety.
On June 7, 2011, Shout! Factory, in collaboration with Hasbro, Inc., will unleash the TRANSFORMERS: BEAST WARS Season One 4-DVD set, featuring all 26 visually stunning episodes and exciting bonus features.
Pixeldust Studios, a multi-award winning digital animation and broadcast design studio, contributed a chilling, animated sequence to the recent, high profile Discovery TV special “Killing Bin Laden.”
Superfad’s Nando Costa has directed a short film "Tactile Waveforms” that explores the connections between science, mathematics and music.
The Darkness II, the sequel to 2K Games' popular videogame The Darkness won't hit stores until October 4 in North America, but gamers will be clamoring for the new title once they view the haunting teaser trailer that the game's agency g-NET produced in collaboration with Blind.
th1ng, an award winning mixed media and animation company, has produced a hand shadow film for the WWF-UK “Save the Cerrado” campaign.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and Paramount Pictures announced today that J.J. Abram's sci-fi coming of age thriller, Super 8, will be released in the immersive IMAX format this Friday, June 10.
Combining subtle elements from the story such as tear drops, mermaids, a handwritten codebook and a strange symbol, multi-disciplined creative design/visual effects studio yU+co and Creative Director Garson Yu has re-teamed with Academy Award-winning director Rob Marshall and producer Jerry Bruckheimer to create the mysteriously elegant main title sequence and the dramatic main-on-end titles that bookend ‘’Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,’’ the fourth chapter in the blockbuster Disney franchise in 3D.
Render Rocket LLC, the leading provider of cloud-based, self-service rendering solutions for digital content creation companies, today announced the hiring of Tracey Farrar, a highly experienced sales veteran formally of GPL Technologies and PipelineFX, as Vice President of Business Development.
Building on the phenomenal success of Pocoyo, Zinkia Entertainment announced today that publishing rights in Italy for the multiplatform global hit property have been granted to the international company De Agostini.
Veteran vfx supervisor John Dykstra will direct SUPER ZERO, an adaptation of Jeff Lemire's graphic novel TALES FROM THE FARM, reports Variety.
Columbia Pictures has optioned remake and sequel rights to Big Man Japan, which will be developed and produced into a new feature film by Neal H. Moritz through his Original Film banner, it was announced today by Hannah Minghella, president of production for Columbia Pictures.
Arc Productions is producing the animation for Matt Hatter Chronicles, a high-end television animation series in 3D, produced by Platinum Films Ltd. and Dream Mill Inc.
Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Rob Marshall, is the 4th instalment of the popular series.
Framestore has created the second installment of Andrex’s new CG puppy campaign, a party themed commercial called Collections.
Marc Petit, Senior Vice President of Autodesk’s Media & Entertainment division, talks about how studios are meeting the challenges of economic uncertainty and workforce globalization and how his company plans to meet future need for technology tools, including adoption of Open Source standards.
Paramount has picked up the rights to Penny Arcade's online comic NEW KID as its animated follow-up to RANGO, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Craig Brewer, the director of HUSTLE & FLOW and the upcoming remake of FOOTLOOSE, has inked an agreement with Warner Bros. to write and direct TARZAN, reports Deadline.com.
Mary Harron (AMERICAN PSYCHO) is in talks with Universal to helm the teen fantasy film WICKED LOVELY, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Class is the key word in the title of this film. The series is back in the same class as the first two. The inherent issue with bringing the X-Men to the screen is the amount of characters. This film simplifies what has been addressed in the previous films by putting Professor X and Magneto at the forefront.