The high fantasy scribe also assured fans he’s made progress on his novel ‘The Winds of Winter,’ while hard at work on the franchise’s many in-development series.
The two features add to their winning streaks, with the Disney+ animated series nabbing the award for Best Animated Series (TV), at last night’s ceremony.
The two hit films continue their award-winning ways; ‘Do Not Feed the Pigeons’ wins for Best Short Animation at the Sunday night 2022 EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony.
Sony Pictures Animation’s feature honored in eight categories, while Riot Games and Netflix’s series takes honors in nine; 'Encanto' nabs three awards, with ‘Flee,’ ‘Namoo,’ and ‘Bestia’ also scoring wins at Saturday night’s virtual ceremony.
The limited series about the Tiger King, Joe ‘Exotic,’ uses cruelty-free computer-generated imagery instead of real tigers; produced by Universal Content Productions and starring Kate McKinnon, the show is now streaming on Peacock.
For the 14th consecutive year, each Academy Award nominee for the Best Visual Effects used NVIDIA technologies.
One of the world’s most important digital skills contests is now open to aspiring artists in VFX, Animation, Games, VR, Motion Graphics, Concept Art and Design; entries will be accepted in all categories now through June 1.
The all-new series features fan faves from Season 2 of ‘Star Trek: Discovery;’ reprising their roles are Anson Mount as Captain Christopher Pike, Rebecca Romijn as Number One, and Ethan Peck as Science Officer Spock; the show hits the streamer May 5 exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S.
Starring Tom Hanks as Geppetto, the live-action retelling of the classic story of a woodcarver who builds a wooden puppet and treats him as his own son is slated to hit the streamer September 2022.
Between darkness and defeat, hope survives; to fans it’s felt like an eternity, but hope springs eternal, as the long-awaited new ‘Star Wars’ series nears its May 25 release.
The streamer targets another major game IP not long after announcing it’s turning ‘Fallout’ into a live-action show.
Written by noted journalist Barbara Robertson, the paper visits the origins of today’s open source technology in modern filmmaking beginning with cutting edge digital visual effects and animation in the 1990s followed in the early 2000s with the release of ILM’s OpenEXR and Sony Pictures Imageworks’ OpenColorIO.
Both films each take home four awards; two MC cancelations notwithstanding, the visual effects community came together in force, packing the Beverly Hilton to celebrate winners in 25 categories and to honor Lynwen Brennan and Guillermo del Toro.
The award-winning star of the 2007 sci-fi thriller teases a photo of the forthcoming follow-up feature showing the streets of New York City paved with creeping rot.
Project finally comes to fruition after helmer’s idea stayed stuck in producer Ridley Scott’s head for many years.
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At this past Friday’s The Advanced Imaging Society ceremony, 21 movie, TV, and emerging media projects were recognized; Denis Villeneuve, Adam McKay, Guillermo del Toro and Unreal Engine all received special honors.
Cash injection from syndicates across Tampa, Orlando, and Texas will fuel growth of the company’s network of virtual production studios.
Following the deal, the UK-based animation and VFX studio plans to expand staff to more than 600 by end of 2022.
In the film, produced by horror heavyweight Sam Raimi, a mother and daughter contend with the spirits of their angry ancestors.
The ‘Mr. Robot’ creator and showrunner will channel his knack for dystopian sci-fi into an adaptation of Fritz Lang’s 1927 classic.
Based on the hugely popular PlayStation game series, the comedy series stars Anthony Mackie as John Doe; Mackie and Will Arnett are set to executive produce.