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Headline News Reynolds To Voice DreamWorks' Turbo

Ryan Reynolds is about to sign on to provide the lead voice in DreamWorks Animation's TURBO, reports Variety. The story follows a garden snail that gets turbo speed, which fulfills his dream of becoming the world's fastest snail.

David Soren (MERRY MADAGASCAR) is set to direct. He co-wrote the script with Darren Lemke (SHREK FOREVER AFTER). Lisa Stewart (MONSTERS VS. ALIENS) is the producer.

DreamWorks has set June 7, 2013 for the film's release.

Headline News Skechers Debuts Twinkle Toes Direct-To-DVD Movie at MIPTV

SKECHERS Entertainment, a division of global footwear company SKECHERS USA, Inc. (NYSE:SKX), announced that it is launching its new 2D-animated, dance and song filled direct-to-DVD movie property Twinkle Toes at MIPTV in Cannes on April 4-7, 2011.

Headline News Coolabi, Walker Prods. To Develop Scream Street

Leading children’s and family entertainment producer and rights management company Coolabi, and Walker Productions, the production arm of leading independent book publisher Walker Books, have entered into a major new co-development deal for Walker Books’ quirky comedy book series Scream Street.

Headline News Deschanel To Provide Three Songs to Winnie the Pooh

He’s a bear of very little brain. She’s half of the acclaimed band She & Him. This year, they come together on the big screen in “Winnie the Pooh,” which hits theaters in select international markets in Spring 2011, and in the U.S. on July 15, 2011. Actress/Musician/Singer/Songwriter Zooey Deschanel (“Almost Famous,” “(500) Days of Summer”) joins Winnie the Pooh and all of his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood, performing three songs for the film, including her own take on the classic “Winnie the Pooh” theme song, “A Very Important Thing to Do” and the original end-credit song “So Long,” which was written by Deschanel and performed with She & Him bandmate M. Ward.

Headline News TurboSquid Joins Forces with Falling Pixel and Exchange 3D

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.

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