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Gravity Pushes into L.A.

Gravity’s Feature Film and Television division (formerly known as RhinoFX) has recently established a West Coast presence by expanding into Los Angeles at the Lantana Center in Santa Monica.

Press Release from Gravity

Gravity’s Feature Film and Television division (formerly known as RhinoFX) has recently established a West Coast presence by expanding into Los Angeles at the Lantana Center in Santa Monica.   Karin Levinson, Vice President of Features and Television, is leading the division from the LA office, reporting to Zviah Eldar, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer.  Gravity's LA expansion was officially launched with the feature film,  “Crazy, Stupid, Love” starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone, and is due to hit theaters nationwide in April 2011.  Gravity will be producing all of the visual effects for the film as the sole VFX vendor.

Some of Gravity's film and television credits include: "Salt" (Columbia Pictures), "The Other Guys" (Columbia Pictures), "The Reader" (The Weinstein Co.), "Soul Men" (Dimension Films), "Ghost Town" (DreamWorks/Paramount), "Adjustment Bureau" (Universal Pictures), "Cop Out" (Warner Bros.), "Arthur" (Warner Bros.), "The Nanny Diaries" (The Weinstein Co.), HBO's "Bored to Death", "Sex and the City", and "The Sopranos".

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