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Atomic heads to MIPCOM with three new series, the animated Scapegoats and Max Mashup, and Minimum Wage, a live action-animation hybrid featuring two 15-year-olds on a mission.
Atomic Cartoons announces a deal with Yeti Farm Creative television animation to expand production capabilities into British Columbia.
Atomic Cartoons and Australia’s Sticky Pictures start production on 26 half-hour episodes of the original animated television comedy series Pirate Express, set for broadcast on Canada’s TELETOON in the fall of 2014 and Nine Network Australia in 2015.
Mercury Filmworks and Technicolor finalize development deal with Teletoon Canada for new animated television series, “Atomic Puppet.”
Visual effects and animation studio Atomic Fiction taps Shotgun Software’s Shotgun production management tool for Robert Zemeckis’ aviation drama “Flight.”
Technicolor enteres into an agreement with Canada’s Mercury Filmworks to co-develop and co-produce the animated children’s television series, “Atomic Puppet.”
Atomic Cartoons Inc. is proud to announce the addition of Jennifer McCarron to the studio's management team.
Atomic Cartoons is pleased to announce that they will be debuting Pirate Express, currently at the development stage with Teletoon Canada, at Mipcom in Cannes, France, on October 3rd.
Three former employees of defunct ImageMovers Digital have formed Atomic Fiction in Emeryville, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Atomic Cartoons Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Rob Simmons to the company's executive team.
Skywriter Media and Entertainment Group and The Hub have finalized a licensing agreement for all three seasons of the international kids animation hit, Atomic Betty.
Atomic Games, a developer of simulations for US military and intelligence agencies and a pioneer in military action games, stopped the attempted theft of their newest title Breach at PAX East 2010.
Various game sites are reporting via Japanese newspaper Asahi that Konami has decided not to publish Atomic Games' controversial Iraq War game SIX DAYS IN FALLUJAH. Public pressure from the U.S. moved the Japanese to abandon the title. The third person shooter would have released in 2010 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Twentieth Century Fox will close down their genre and comedy label Fox Atomic, according to the trades.
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER reports the division's marketing arm had been swallowed back into Fox back in January 2008, and has had few hits among their slate. Two coming up are I LOVE YOU, BETH COOPER and comedy horror flick JENNIFER'S BODY.
Atomic's head, Debbie Liebling, will go back to Fox as an exec, developing comedies and genre films. Other execs' fates has not been decided yet.
Atomic Cartoons have announced a partnership with Punktuition LLC on the new animated comedy series, PUNKTUITION. Atomic will debut the project to buyers and broadcasters at the 2009 Kidscreen Summit in New York in February.
Atomic Cartoons, creators of world-famous ATOMIC BETTY, have announced a partnership with RAVEN TALES creator Chris Kientz on a new animated action-adventure series, TASK FORCE SHAMAN. Kientz and Atomic will be debuting the project to buyers and broadcasters at the 2008 Kidscreen Summit in New York this February.
Breakthrough Entertainment heads to NATPE with new episodes of some of their returning highly rated, hit television series. The announcement was made today by Tanya Kelen, Head of Distribution, Breakthrough Ent. Inc.
Fox Atomic has hired live-action AEON FLUX helmer Karyn Kusama to direct JUNO scribe Diablo Cody's humorous horror script, JENNIFER'S BODY, report the trades.
Alongside Mason Novick, Hard C partners Jason Reitman and Dan Dubiecki will produce the film for Fox Atomic, which picked up the spec script in October.
Fox Atomic has snapped up the timely sci fi comedy spec script, SPACE INVADER, and attached Will Arnett to star and produce, VARIETY reported. Peter Principato and Paul Young, via their Principato Young Ent. company, will also produce the film written by written by Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger.
Fox Atomic, the new youth-focused division of Fox Filmed Ent., announced its 2006-2007 lineup and theatrical release dates for three of their upcoming films. TURISTAS, a recent acquisition, will jump start the studios slate on Dec. 1, 2006, followed by THE HILLS HAVE EYES 2 and 28 WEEKS LATER, both going into production this summer, and being released in theaters in 2007. Also on the production slate for Fox Atomic is a re-imagining of the 1984 classic REVENGE OF THE NERDS and THE COMEBACKS, a sports comedy.