The Heat Vision blog has announced that Mandy Moore and CHUCK star Zachary Levi are set to voice the lead characters in Disney's CG feature RAPUNZEL.
FoxNews.com reports that the production of RED SONJA has come to a halt due to Rose McGowan's elbow injury.
Ted Thomas discusses the making of his new documentary, Walt & El Grupo, revealing a hidden chapter in the fabled life of Walt Disney.
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Cage, who was close to playing the villain in Columbia’s GREEN HORNET, has dropped-out of consideration.
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Columbia’s Sci-fi war flick, BATTLE: LOS ANGELES has firmed-up its casting.
Lionsgate/LGF, the leading next generation studio, announced today that David Spitz, Executive Vice President and General Sales Manager, has agreed to a new long-term contract with the studio.
Shane Acker discusses how he pulled off his long-awaited feature directorial debut as well as his latest short at Gnomon and future projects.
9 director Shane Acker has joined The Gnomon School of Visual Effects as the staff's newest Resident Artist.
MGM made a bold move this week to tackle its $37B debt. The struggling lion removed Harry Sloan as CEO and appointed Stephen Cooper. Sloan has worked the past four years to nurture MGM back to life as a major studio player.
Variety reports Cooper, also named Vice Chairman, begins work immediately tackling such issues as the fate of MGM’s library, the James Bond franchise and a pivotal stake in THE HOBBIT movies.
Press Release by Post Logic
New York, NY (August 17, 2009) -- Leading post-production facility Post Logic Studios, a division of Prime Focus Group, announced today two new hires, Kevin Wilson as audio engineer and Mick O'Connor as manager, new business. Both will be based out of Post Logic Studios' New York facility.
The hot new director of District 9 chats exclusively about his feature debut, VFX, sci-fi and Peter Jackson.
With rare stops in California, Miyazaki talked about Ponyo and his legendary career in animation, and AWN captures the highlights in the first of two parts.
Longtime Studio Ghibli animator Katsuya Kondo returns as supervisor on Ponyo and tells Bill Desowitz what it's been like collaborating with the legendary Hayao Miyazaki.
Comic book legend, Neal Adams, is taking his Continuity Studios to ICM for representation, says today’s HollywoodReporter.
Adams plans to take his creations across all forms of media while he makes the artistic transition to film writing and directing. Adams’ realistically modern imagery has received great acclaim as displayed in the 1960s and 1970s comics “Uncanny X-Men," "Green Lantern and Green Arrow" and "Batman.”
TWILIGHT author Stephenie Meyer’s own story will be re-told in the comic book “Female Force,” reports EW.com
Bluewater Productions publishes the biographical comic, a popular read celebrating strong women.
Two editions (Standard and Collectable) will hit store shelves before NEW MOON’s November theatrical release. The comic’s assigned writer, Ryan Burton, has hinted that a popular vampire will serve as narrator, but teased nothing more.
Amid all of the exciting animation art exhibits now showing or about to premiere, Karl Cohen is most amazed by the Five Themes associated with William Kentridge.
Jeff Junge has been promoted to SVP, Business Management, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, it was announced today by Kevin Tsujihara, President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group.
Former Warner Bros. TV exec Andrew Plotkin has stepped into the role of SVP of original programming at SyFy, reports VARIETY. He will report to Syfy original programming EVP and Universal Cable Prods. co-head of original content Mark Stern. Plotkin will work closely with Syfy's other SVP Erik Storey.
Plotkin takes the post that Tony Optican vacated to head FremantleMedia North America's scripted programming division.
Who doesn’t know Afro Samurai? That is the question. The sheer coolness of our afro-enhanced protagonist and his number one headband perhaps even rivals that of Steve McQueen. At least that’s what the ratings of the man channel, i.e. Spike TV, suggest.
Press Release from The Box Ltd.
LOS ANGELES, July 29, 2009 -- David L. Simon, a highly respected entertainment industry veteran who has held senior level executive positions at DreamWorks Animation, Fox Television Station Group and Disney among others, has been named to the advisory board of The Box Ltd, the Israeli content creation and new media company. The announcement was made today by Yaki Gani, vice president, The Box Ltd.