London will host a little Disney magic this holiday season as Jim Carrey, Colin Firth, Robin Wright Penn and filmmaker Robert Zemeckis come together to celebrate DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL on Nov. 3, 2009.
More sneak preview footage from James Cameron's 3-D epic, AVATAR, will screen at the 2009 Tokyo Film Festival.
The hot Russian director Timur Bekmambetov gives us his take on 9 and an exclusive sneak peek of his other projects, including the supernatural Moby Dick.
3D Entertainment has acquired the distribution rights for AIR RACERS 3D: Forces of Flight, produced by Pretend Entertainment and Stereoscope.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Jay Rasulo detailed plans for future lands, attractions and adventures that will be delighting Disney guests for years to come.
Landing at #1, Tyler Perry’s I CAN DO BAD ALL BY MYSELF (LGF, with vfx by Wilson Tang, Toby Sells Creature Make-up FX Shop) earned $24M in its debut weekend.
The Walt Disney Studios has made a deal with Apple Corps Ltd. to develop a new 3D performance capture adaptation of the 1968 hit animated film YELLOW SUBMARINE, to be written and directed by Robert Zemeckis, it was announced today at the D23 Expo by Dick Cook, chairman, The Walt Disney Studios.
3D Entertainment Distribution proudly announced today that its unique trilogy of underwater-themed films for IMAX 3D and Digital 3D cinemas – OCEAN WONDERLAND (2003), SHARKS 3D: A Close Encounter with the Lions and Tigers of the Ocean (2005) and DOLPHINS AND WHALES 3D: Tribes of the Ocean" (2008) -- has reached a new milestone with over $70M cumulated to date at the worldwide box office, and still counting.
NVIDIA Corporation today announced the International premiere and release of the NVIDIA Quadro Digital Video Pipeline, the industry's first integrated, GPU-based platform for real-time acquisition, processing and delivery of high resolution video.
The Walt Disney Studios, in collaboration with acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (“Pan’s Labyrinth,” “The Hobbit”), is launching a new production label called Disney Double Dare You, to create new animated films full of chills and thrills for audiences of all ages, it was announced today at the D23 Expo by Dick Cook, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios.
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.
Empire reports from Disney's Leicester Square presentation that John Lasseter has given plot details to CAR 2.
Ryan Lesser of Harmonix takes us on a magical mystery tour through the making of The Beatles: Rock Band.
With the DC Comics sale firmly in place, WB has created a new company known as DC Entertainment, notes the Hollywood Reporter.
Topping Labor Day weekend, THE FINAL DESTINATION (WB/NL, with vfx by Amalgamated Pixels) was #1 again, with audiences, grabbing $12.3M in its second week. DESTINATION was down 55% with a total gross of $47.4M.
Hollywood's official summer ended on Labor Day and it's already evident that Warner Bros. has emerged as the studio champ says The Hollywood Reporter.
IMAX Corporation and Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that Hubble 3D will be released exclusively in IMAX and IMAX 3D theatres worldwide beginning March 19, 2010, with expansion to additional IMAX locations on April 23rd, timed to the Hubble Space Telescope's 20th Anniversary.
San Diego Comic-Con 2009 continued to astound audiences daily as the Hollywood studios debuted their most prized properties for public consumption. Friday was Disneyâ€™s animation showcase day in Hall H - The major coup was Disney/Pixarâ€™s John Lasseter welcoming Japanese Animation legend Hayo Miyazaki to the con for a panel on his upcoming release Ponyo.
Titanic Club? Anyone? It is an inside joke for all who went to Annecy in the past years. There was at legendary screening of a short film in competition where you saw the ocean from an iceberg by night, the camera rolling with the waves. After unbelievable boring 30 minutes you finally saw a ship on the horizon coming nearer, very slowly by the way. You get it? But moments before the Titanic crushes into the ice, the camera went to the left and you didn't even get the main event. The audience went mad! We all sang, “My heart will go on!”