Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment, the comic book legend and Yoshiki, Asia’s most influential music artist, join forces to develop a music Super Hero comic book and motion comic series.
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Walt Disney Studios announced today, October 10, 2010 (“10-10-10”), the kickoff of the official 10-week countdown to the release of “TRON: Legacy,” which opens in theaters December 17, 2010.
Cinesite, one of the world’s leading film visual effects houses, has been awarded a major contract for work on the new Twentieth Century Fox movie, X-Men: First Class.
Tarsem Singh (THE CELL) is in negotiations to take the directing job on Relativity Media's BROTHERS GRIMM: SNOW WHITE, reports Vulture.
ComingSoon.net via French radio Europe 1 reports that Luc Besson is planning his return to sci-fi as a director.
On Thursday, Actors Equity NZ and its parent Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance will meet with the Screen Production and Development Agency to discuss the issues the actors' guild has with the treatment of actors in New Zealand, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Paramount Pictures will not be receiving a fine for the accident on the set of TRANSFORMERS 3, which left an extra seriously injured, reports Variety.
Coolabi has today announced that Joanna Page is to be the voice of Poppy Cat in the eagerly awaited new animated series for Nick Jr UK.
The Visual Effects Society announced today that Bill Mechanic will be the Keynote Speaker at the second annual VES Production Summit.
Intake Studio/Kansas City, the recently launched sister company of Intake Studio/Wichita, has signed Katie Schmidt as account executive for their multi award-winning animation, visual effects, editorial and production company.
Cartoon Network announced today that DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: DWA) critically acclaimed feature film, How To Train Your Dragon, will be coming to the network as a weekly series in both domestic and international regions beginning in 2012.
Rhys Ifans will play the villain, opposite Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, in the next installment of Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios, it was announced today by Amy Pascal, co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment and Matt Tolmach, president of Columbia Pictures.
Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, announced today that the animated feature, Kung Fu Magoo, starring the iconic Quincy Magoo and the voice talents Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Kenny Mayne, Chris Parnell, and Alyson Stoner, will make its broadcast debut on the Disney Channel’s Disney XD Channel in key markets across the U.S., Germany, and Italy.
New Zealand actors are becoming divided over the recent guilds' calls to unionize THE HOBBIT production, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
After talks with its shareholders, including activist investor Carl Icahn, Lionsgate has made another merger offer to MGM as the company moves ahead with a deal with Spyglass Ent., according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Oscar award-winning, visual effects luminary Mark Stetson has joined Zoic Studios to lead the company's feature film division.
ComingSoon.net reports via the official HIGHLANDER Facebook page that franchise star Christopher Lambert is in negotiations to join the cast of GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE.
Eden FX, currently celebrating its 10th anniversary year, has expanded into a new studio space in Santa Monica, and has also announced its Fall 2010 slate of feature film and TV projects. John Gross, president, Eden FX, made the announcements.
Online video sharing site Vimeo, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI] tonight announced the winners of the Vimeo Awards at a gala awards ceremony hosted by Ze Frank at the SVA Theater in New York City.
Rushes have completed full pre-production and concept design along with 312 total VFX shots and full CG Selenite creature animation in 90 shots for ‘The First Men In The Moon’, the latest outing for director and screenwriter pair, Damon Thomas and Mark Gatiss, being broadcast on BBC4, Tuesday 19th October 2010.