ABC's broadcast of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' triumph over the Oakland Raiders turned into a night where car, clothing, beverage and other companies eagerly connected themselves to TV shows, movies…
It could be an endless summer for helmer David Fincher. He's committed to direct "The Lords of Dogtown," a film about the surf and skate culture that took root in a blighted area of Venice in the…
Only months before its latest animated entry "Finding Nemo" hits theaters, Pixar Animation Studios is developing its potential pic for 2006, which Disney may or may not distrib.
For years Hollywood's f/x community had proclaimed that it was only a matter of time before computer-generated characters played larger roles in major studio productions.
Dan Adler is ankling his post as head of new media at Creative Artists Agency to join recently formed media and entertainment venture the Convex Group as its chief strategic officer.
New Line didn't have the only ring that ruled at the box office altar in 2002. Auds were also eager to accept DreamWorks' horror thriller "The Ring" at the end of the year, scaring up a surprising…
MGM's year started out with a whimper, but ended with a roar. A string of $90 million flameouts -- "Rollerball," "Hart's War" and "Windtalkers" -- cast a bleak and costly shadow over the studio…
Joel Silver is a producer who likes to think and talk big. But even he finds himself marveling at the action surrounding Warner Bros.' "Matrix" franchise.
Former Miramax exec and indie producer Amy Israel has been named head of production at the Orphanage, the post-production outfit founded by a trio of former f/x artists at Industrial Light & Magic.
Digital Domain has tapped Brad Call as prexy of the f/x facility, as topper Scott Ross focuses his attention on developing and producing the company's own original slate of film projects.