Along with creative title sequence and in-theater Virtual Reality experience, MPC delivers 700 VFX shots for the Sony Pictures feature ranging from CG monsters and environments to magical effects.
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Produced by Vancouver-based animation studio Rainmaker Entertainment and production company Blockade Entertainment,’ Ratchet & Clank’ releases nationwide on April 29, 2016.
Blu-ray and digital exclusive second-screen 'Pixels Blaster App' lets viewers play along during the movie to battle their favorite video game characters.
Aside from the teams working on ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ in the U.S. and Canada, job cuts will affect the entire organization.
Olson’s award-winning work has been created in partnership with some of the world’s top entertainment brands including Sony, Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, Screen Gems, EA, THQ and Square Enix.
Other featured talks at VIEW 2015 to include Blue Sky’s Scott Carroll on ‘The Peanuts Movie,’ Pixar’s Kim White on ‘Inside Out’ and Sony’s Michael Kurinsky on production design for ‘Hotel Transylvania 2.’
Universal's N.W.A. biopic ‘Straight Outta Compton’ leads the pack at the North American box office with a $60.2 million debut, helping to push Universal past the $2 billion mark domestically.
After being rejected by critics and audiences alike, 20th Century Fox's ‘Fantastic Four’ sees one of the lowest openings of all time for a big-budget studio super hero movie.
Paul Feig's ‘Ghostbusters’ remake is moved up one week to July 15, 2016; Stephen King adaptation ‘The Dark Tower’ is set for January 13, 2017.
Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions’ $150 million tentpole feature launches to $65 million overseas for an early total of $121 million worldwide.
Two weeks after its release, Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’ narrowly beats out Sony’s new action-comedy ‘Pixels’ at the North American box office.
New two-minute, 20-second trailer from Sony Pictures Entertainment is filled with plenty of action and intrigue as Bond uncovers the existence of the sinister organization known as SPECTRE.
Following the first ‘Avengers’ movie, Marvel’s ‘Age of Ultron’ scores second-biggest sophomore weekend of all time in North America.
Joss Whedon's Marvel tentpole, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ opens to $191.3 million in North America, the number-two domestic opening of all time behind ‘The Avengers.’
Universal’s ‘Furious 7’ takes first place at the domestic box office with $18.3 million; a week ahead of its U.S. Marvel tentpole ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ debuts in 44 international markets, earning $201.2 million.
Universal’s ‘Furious 7’ wins its third consecutive weekend at the North American box office this with $29.1 million; jumps the $1 billion mark globally with $1.153 billion in worldwide ticket sales.
Thirteen-episode stop-motion animated comedy series starring Bryan Cranston to begin streaming this fall.
Overseas, DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Home’ opens in nine markets, earning an outstanding $19.2 million debut.
Liam Neeson's ‘Taken 3’ earns $40.4 million in its North American debut, topping the box office and scoring the second-best January opening of all time.
Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ tops the North American box office for the third consecutive weekend with $21.9 million; new horror entry ‘The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death’ opens in fourth place with $15.1 million.
According to Mark Simon, Sony’s actions have cost us one of our most cherished rights – freedom of speech.
Massive data breach in November reveals that the studio is developing an animated ‘Spider-Man’ comedy feature to be directed by ‘The LEGO Movie’s Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Projects in development include live-action comedy feature at Sony based on toymaker Mattel’s popular doll, Barbie.