TV Line reports that Chris Meloni, who left LAW & ORDER: SVU in the spring, is circling a role on the new season of TRUE BLOOD.
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Framestore’s busy commercials production department is expanding, taking on two new producers: Bumble Davis (formerly head of production at Golden Square) and James Alexander (hailing from Envy).
Kidscreen, host of the global kids television industry’s leading awards for excellence, is delighted to announce the shortlisted entries that will be continuing in the competition through a final round of judging.
A perfect family gift for the holidays, ICE AGE: A MAMMOTH CHRISTMAS lands on Blu-ray and DVD November 26 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and features the original voice talents of Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary and Sean William Scott.
Summit Ent., the house that TWILIGHT built, and Lionsgate Ent., which is wrapping production on what is hoped to be the next TWILIGHT-like franchise THE HUNGER GAMES, have resumed merger discussions, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Twentieth Century Fox has picked up SAFE HOUSE scribe David Guggenheim's spec script NARCO SUB for Tony Scott to direct, reports Deadline.com.
Nice Shoes is pleased to announce the addition of postproduction and advertising agency veteran Kristen Martini as their managing director.
After 10 incredible seasons, Smallville: The Complete Series will soar onto DVD from Warner Home Video on November 29.
On the night a mirror Earth emerges in the sky, two lives are intertwined in a dramatic incident that will change them both forever.
Hold on to those fedoras! Starting today, Indiana Jones will debut in one of Zynga’s newest social games -- Adventure World -- via a new chapter titled Indiana Jones and the Calendar of the Sun.
From December 5 to 8, Autodesk Inc., together with the support of HP, AMD and Xsens, will host 3December 2011, the company's annual celebration of 3D computer graphics and the artists who create them.
Summit's THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN — PART 1 held strong at the U.S. box office over the Thanksgiving weekend claiming to top spot for the second week in a row.
Paramount has selected stardate May 17, 2013 for the release of the 3-D STAR TREK sequel, reports Deadline.com.
Gener8 Digital Media Corp., a rapidly growing company that is redefining the landscape of 3D film production, is pleased to welcome visual effects veteran and producer Art Repola to its advisory board.
The new animated promo campaign for ITV’s major new charity initiative Text Santa kicks off on 26th November 2011.
The NFB is proud to bring you PixStop—a versatile, intuitive app that makes it easier than ever to shoot and score your very own stop-motion animation film.
PERFUME: THE STORY OF A MURDERER star Ben Whishaw has been cast as MI6 gadget guru Q in the latest James Bond film, SKYFALL, reports Variety.
Following the release of its Vue 10 Digital Nature solutions for CG Professionals, e-on software announced today the immediate availability of its full line of Vue 10 products for 3D Enthusiasts and 3D Artists: Vue 10 Pioneer and Theme-Packs, Vue 3D SuperHero, Vue 10 Frontier, Vue 10 Esprit, Vue 10 Studio and Vue 10 Complete.
Following the huge success of the first two Horrid Henry video games, Novel Entertainment is delighted to announce the release of its brand new Nintendo computer game The Good, The Bad and The Bugly.
Moonscoop, the worldwide brand management and entertainment company, has signed a far-reaching deal with Lexibook, the European leader in kids consumer electronic devices, which will see Lexibook’s kids-targeted Android tablets featuring Moonscoop’s animated content exclusively.
MPC is pleased to announce the promotion of senior colorist Mark Gethin to US Creative Director of Color Grading.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE: IMAX; TSX: IMX) and Cineworld Group PLC, one of the UK's leading cinema groups, today announced a revenue sharing agreement to install three new digital IMAX theatre systems in England and Scotland.
The recent pre-selection of two Spanish feature-length films for the 2011 Oscars, set for February, is yet more confirmation of the sweet moment the Spanish animation sector is currently enjoying. “Chico & Rita” and “Arrugas” are thus repeating the pre-selection success of “Planet 51” and “El Lince Perdido” (The Lost Lynx) two years ago.