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BBC Films has tapped Paul King (BUNNY AND THE BULL) to direct its adaptation of Eva Ibbotson’s children’s tome, ISLAND OF THE AUNTS, reports Deadline.com.
Image Metrics Inc. (OTC BB: IMGX), a leading provider of facial animation technology for the entertainment industry, has acquired Big Stage's premier platform for consumer avatar creation services.
Michael Stephenson, who starred in TROLL 2, which inspired his documentary BEST WORST MOVIE about the cult film, is directing the black comedy DESTROY, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In a world where vampires do not exist, an amateur vampire hunter leaves the bodies of innocent old men behind him across Bavaria.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and DreamWorks Studios announced today that the suspense thriller, I Am Number Four, from director D.J. Caruso, will be released in the immersive IMAX format on Friday, February 18.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has been hired to rewrite the book for SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK, reported Deadline.com.
China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has revealed that animation production in the county rose 28% in 2010, reports Variety.
Veteran vfx artist Richard Edlund is opening duMonde Visual Effects in New Orleans, reports Variety.
Vulture is reporting that Warner Bros. has approached Guy Ritchie to direct XERXES, based on Frank Miller's graphic novel, which is seen as a sequel to 300. Zack Snyder had been developing the script before moving onto the new SUPERMAN film.
Paramount is looking at either F. Gary Gray or Jon M. Chu to direct the G.I. JOE sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Deadline.com is reporting that Universal is looking to FAST FIVE director Justin Lin and producer Chris Morgan to bring the TERMINATOR franchise back to theaters.
ComingSoon.net reports that Warner Bros. has named the SHERLOCK HOLMES sequel, SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS.
BATMAN RETURNS' Michelle Pfeiffer and ALICE IN WONDERLAND's Helena Bonham Carter are in talks to reunite with their director Tim Burton for DARK SHADOWS, reports Deadline.com.
Warner Bros. Digital Distribution (WBDD), a market leader in video-on-demand and electronic sell-through, today announced the groundbreaking launch of the “App Editions” of feature films “Inception” and “The Dark Knight,” giving consumers around the world an entirely new way to own special edition movies with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Felicia Day, who created the wildly popular online series THE GUILD, is working on a new web series called DRAGON AGE: REDEMPTION, based on the Bioware videogame, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Well Go USA has bought the North American rights to Jackie Chan's 1911 with plans to release it day-and-date in the States and China, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
R. Scott Shields, who previously worked as a visual effects coordinator, has been hired to write a sci-fi script for SKYLINE's Colin and Greg Strause, reports Variety.
Ice Cube is in talks to take the role of Captain Dickson in the theatrical revamp of 21 JUMP STREET, reports Variety.
Daniel Buran (HELLRAISER: REVELATIONS) has signed onto HBO's TRUE BLOOD, reports Deadline.com. He will play Raoul, the Shreveport werewolf leader. The part will be featured in seven episodes of the fourth season.
Now following a second New York ruling tossing out their claims, the owners of Stan Lee Media have won the right to pursue a new suit against Stan Lee in California, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
A California Court of Appeals has okayed No Doubt's lawsuit against ROCK BAND publisher Activision Blizzard, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Walt Disney revealed at Toy Fair that John Turturro and Eddie Izzard are voicing new characters in CARS 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter.