AWN Headline News
V&S Entertainment Ltd – producer of hugely popular pre-school animation Everything’s Rosie – has announced that their toy line from Vivid is set to be launched in the Portuguese market through distributor Giochi Preziosi Spain.
Bulldog Licensing, representative for TV favourite Monkey, has announced details of a brace of new merchandising deals for the famous woolly primate.
Further signaling India's growing presence in Hollywood, the visual effects and engineering division of Indian conglomerate Tata is buying a majority share in a Los Angeles-based kids' animation firm.
The Feature Animated Film Arrugas (Wrinkles) nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 2012 ANNIE Awards will be screened at the LAEMMLE FALBROOK 7 from Dec 9th to Dec 15th at 1.20PM daily.
Viacom and Comedy Central have won a lawsuit over the parody of Samwell's YouTube viral video What What (In The Butt) on SOUTH PARK, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Jerry Robinson, who during his time as an artist on BATMAN helped create the Joker and Robin, has passed away, reports Heat Vision.
With Benicio Del Toro passing on the role, Edgar Ramirez (CARLOS) has emerged as the top contender to play the villain in STAR TREK 2, reports Variety.
Animators at the Previs Department of 20th Century Fox use Xsens’ MVN Motion Capture system to significantly speed up movie productions.
John Lasseter revealed on the CHARLIE ROSE SHOW new details about Disney•Pixar "inside the mind" feature being directed by Pete Docter.
The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) and the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in television, news, radio, promotional writing, and graphic animation during the 2011 season.
Screenwriter Dan Gilroy has signed on to pen The Annihilator (working title) for Magic Storm Entertainment.
Kazakhstan's state film company, Kazakh Film, has joined the 3-D feature 1001 ARABIAN NIGHTS as a producer, reports Variety.
Rainmaker Entertainment’s animated short film LUNA is a big winner at the California International Shorts Festival (CISF).
William Hurt is in discussions to play Jeb in the film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s novel THE HOST, reports EW.
Lila 9th and Electric Shepherd Prods. have optioned Philip K. Dick's NOW WAIT FOR LAST YEAR for a big screen adaptation, reports Variety.
Chris Columbus' 1492 Pictures and CJ Ent. have picked up the rights to Anne Rice's CHRIST THE LORD: OUT OF EGYPT, reports Variety.
Paramount has hired David Leslie Johnson (ORPHAN) to adapt Daniel LuVisi's graphic novel LAST MAN STANDING, reports Variety.
Benderspink has optioned Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards' graphic novel TURF, reports Deadline.com.