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Headline News Tron: Legacy Surges Past the $50 Million Milestone in IMAX

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 10:00am

IMAX Corporation (Nasdaq:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) announced today that the IMAX release of Walt Disney Pictures' TRON: Legacy, the 3D high-tech adventure starring Garrett Hedlund and Oscar- and Golden Globe-winner Jeff Bridges, has grossed more than $51.4 million worldwide in IMAX theatres to date.

Headline News McIntyre Taking Over Spartacus: Blood and Sand Lead

Australian actor Liam McIntyre is taking over the role of the Thracian warrior sold into slavery in the Roman Republic city of Capua – where he rises to become the champion of the city – before leading the slave revolt that ended Season 1.

Headline News Moonscoop Continues To Hit The Mark In Asia

Moonscoop, one of the leading worldwide kids’ distribution, brand management and entertainment companies, has boosted the presence of its shows in Asia securing further sales for its animated shows following the Asia Television Forum in Singapore last month.

Headline News Shooters & DIVE Complete Puzzle for Sovereign Bank

Shooters, Inc. (www.shootersinc.com), the full-service creative production and post house, and DIVE, its VFX and film finishing division, joined forces to produce “Puzzle”, a :30 image and awareness spot with Sovereign Bank’s in house agency 601.

Headline News Little Airplane Names Tom Brown VP, Production And Operations

Little Airplane Productions has named Tom Brown, Vice President, Production and Operations. The announcement was made today by Josh Selig, Founder and President, Little Airplane Productions.

Headline News Cartoon Network Travels to Hong Kong International Licensing Fair

Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE) announced today at Hong Kong International Licensing Fair plans to further expand its business in Asia, after the licensing and merchandising arm of Asia's number one kids’ channel saw a 56 percent year-on-year growth in 2010.

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