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Universal is in a turnaround mood. Following its decision to put OUIJA into turnaround, Universal has put the adaptation of Melissa Marr's WICKED LOVELY into turnaround, reports Heat Vision.
Hopeless. That's how the prisoner at the center of Portal: No Escape, a short film cut by jumP's David Trachtenberg, directed by Danny T, feels.
Houston-based venture capital and private-equity firm Small Ventures has filed suit against Rizvi Traverse Management claiming that the firm misrepresented the viability of the TEKKEN film, reports Deadline.com.
A host of actresses are in the running for the female lead in Joe Kosinski's next sci-fi flick, reports ShowBlitz.com.
Deadline.com reports that DreamWorks Animation production co-president John Batter has left the company.
John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios and Principal Creative Advisor, Walt Disney Imagineering, will be honored with Variety's Creative Leadership Award, which recognizes the extraordinary amount of time and effort the honoree has given to mentoring young executives and creative talent.
Showtime is developing a small screen adaptation of the graphic novel THE DAMNED, reports Deadline.com.
Prime Focus Film has announced the appointment of Nancy St. John as the Executive Producer for its Vancouver facility.
Former MGM chairman, Mary Parent, has joined Guillermo del Toro's PACIFIC RIM as a producer, reports Heat Vision.
Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated model Marisa Miller has joined the cast of Universal's R.I.P.D., reports Heat Vision.
Nickelodeon Consumer Products (NCP), a division of Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) today announced plans to take its Canadian licensing and merchandising business in-house as of 1 October 2011.
Creative studio The Neighbourhood has brought on-board, top Animator and Graphic Designer Rob Millington as their Lead Creative.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and Jiangsu Eudemonia Blue Ocean Cinema Development Co., Ltd. (Blue Ocean) today announced an agreement to install four new digital IMAX theatre systems in the People's Republic of China.
Genson Entertainment, helmed by veteran producer Bob Larson ("Coal Miner's Daughter", "Continental Divide", "Gorky Park", "Play Misty For Me") announced today it has entered into a partnership with Identity Studios to begin production on Chennault, the maverick story of General Claire Lee Chennault's Flying Tigers in China during World War II.
U.S. District Judge Denny Chin has ruled that writer James Muller must repay 20th Century Fox's attorney fees after losing his lawsuit against the studio over ALIEN VS. PREDATOR, reports The Hollywood Reporter.