Constance M. Burge, the creator of CHARMED, has filed suit against CBS Studios over faulty accounting on the supernatural hit, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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TurboSquid, the world’s largest marketplace for 3D models, announced that it will merge with two of its competitors: Falling Pixel, Europe’s leading marketplace for 3D content, and Exchange 3D, a top online marketplace based in Russia.
Following its closure over the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea are set to reopen in April, reports Variety.
RE:Vision Effects hires Anthony Magliocco of Entertainment and Media Technology Marketing to lead business development.
HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality children’s entertainment, is pleased to announce three new publishing deals for Barney, Thomas & Friends, and for the first time, Angelina Ballerina, in Latin America.
At CinemaCon, Walt Disney Pictures announced that the second MONSTERS, INC. film will be a prequel titled MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, reports ComingSoon.net.
DreamWorks Animation has hired MEGAMIND writers Alan J. Schoolcraft and Brent Simons to pen a PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR feature, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
After recent news that it was being retitled HORIZONS, Disney has decided to drop TRON: LEGACY director Joseph Kosinski's sci-fi feature OBLIVION, reports Variety.
Lucasfilm, one of the world’s leading film and entertainment companies, and Prime Focus, the global visual entertainment services company, are proud to announce their collaboration on the 3D conversion of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace for theatrical release, heralding an exciting new era in Star Wars entertainment.
Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter behind the TWILIGHT series, has been tapped to write and produce an adaptation of Pamela Sargent's EARTHSEED, reports Risky Business.
Deadline.com reports that Oscar-nominee Hailee Steinfeld (TRUE GRIT) is set to star in SLEEPING BEAUTY.
Rainmaker Entertainment, the multifaceted animation studio and one of Canada’ largest producers of CG animation, will launch a new channel on YouTube beginning today.
Michael Caton-Jones (THE JACKAL) has signed on to helm a sequel to THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH miniseries, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Richard LaGravenese, who adapted Sara Gruen's WATER FOR ELEPHANTS into a screenplay, has been hired by Universal to adapt Laura Hillenbrand's UNBROKEN: A WORLD WAR II STORY OF SURVIVAL, RESILIENCE, AND REDEMPTION, reports Deadline.com.
ZIO Studios announced the key hire as part of its current expansion phase in which it will be developing next-generation 3D social and mobile games, as well as its own animation titles for film and television.
IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) and PVR Cinemas, India's leading cinema brand and operator of the country's top-performing multiplexes, today announced an agreement to install digital IMAX theatre systems in four key locations throughout India.
Kelly Macdonald (TV's BOARDWALK EMPIRE) has taken over the role of Princess Merida in Pixar's BRAVE, reports Variety.
YU-GI-OH! creators TV Tokyo Corporation and Nihon Ad Systems have filed suit in New York against the anime series' U.S. distributor 4Kids Ent., writes The Hollywood Reporter.
In the Los Angeles Times, Jeff Robinov, president of the Warner Bros. motion picture group, talked about the future of DC Comics properties.
Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, the writers of the KUNG FU PANDA films, are set to write Universal's CANDY LAND adaptation, reports Heat Vision. Kevin Lima (ENCHANTED) will direct with Hasbro’s Brian Goldner and Bennett Schneir producing. Christopher Chase is the exec producer.
The story follows the search for the missing king of Candy Land. The board game includes such characters as Princess Frostine, Gramma Nutt and bad guy Lord Licorice.
With script delays holding up the reboot of the Jack Ryan franchise, starring Chris Pine, Paramount Pictures has decided to move forward with STAR TREK 2 instead, reports Deadline.com.