Visual effects supervisor John Nelson has joined CFX to oversee the f/x sequences the company is creating for Warner Bros.' sci-fi sequels "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions."
Revolution Studios has dinner reservations with Roth/Arnold Prods, picking up the spec script "Dinner for Two" from first-time scribes Christine Scowley and Adam Kleid.
Saying it needs more time to complete special f/x sequences, Paramount Pictures has delayed the release of its sci-fi actioner "The Core" from Nov. 1 to the first quarter of 2003.
MGM plans to suit up and hit the football field, acquiring Jim Burnstein and Garrett Schiff's comedy spec "A Quarterback's Tale" for Marc Platt ("Legally Blonde") to produce.
Wrestling is about to face a major rival in the TV ring. With ratings beginning to hit the mat, producers are looking for a successor to take wrestling's place and become the next cultural phenomenon…
Interactive TV technology company OpenTV said Thursday that it plans to acquire two of its rivals: ACTV, for $92.3 million in stock, and Wink Communications, for $101 million in cash.
Xavier Kochhar is joining what's turning into a martial arts fight club.
Fade In magazine has picked the finalists for its sixth annual Fade In Screenwriting Awards.
In an effort to give its self-financed film series "The Hire" more exposure, BMW has inked a deal with DirecTV to create its own channel on the satcaster.
As it undertakes one of its busiest production slates in years, MGM has hired on some extra help, tapping longtime producer Toby Jaffe as exec veep of production.