DirecTV vet John Godwin has been tapped chief technology officer of Movielink, the video-on-demand service being created by a consortium of Hollywood studios.
Cinesite and Rhythm & Hues have been tapped to create a large portion of the f/x for 20th Century Fox's superhero sequel "X-Men 2."
An awkward alien named Meeper is introducing Hollywood and auds to Sony's new toon unit.
RealNetworks has launched GamePass for its RealOne Arcade service, the latest piece of the Internet software giant's subscription puzzle.
Raising the animation ante, DreamWorks is planting two major 2004 toons on Disney's favorite turf: June and Thanksgiving. The mini-major has planted "Shrek 2" and "Sharkslayer" on mid-June and…
Quiksilver is riding a wave into Hollywood. The company, which has built a popular brand around surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding, has formed Quiksilver Entertainment to produce TV shows…
Eastman Kodak has tapped IBM as a key technology provider, delivering file servers, storage units and other digital solutions for its new Kodak Digital Cinema Operating System -- a key part of…
MGM is expanding its relationship with Media.net, using the com-pany to speed up the production of the studio's "Agent Cody Banks," the spy laffer starring Frankie Muniz from "Malcolm in the Middle."
The vidgame biz is expected to reap a record $31 billion in 2002, a gain of 12% over last year, according to a new study by British research group Informa Media.
THX has left the George Lucas empire.The company, known mostly as a movie theater certification powerhouse, has been spun off from Lucasfilm as a privately held entity.