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Gaumont is getting into 3-D animation with the $35 million feature "Rock the Boat," a two-minute clip of which will preem at next week's American Film Market.
Consumer electronics and the film division were the sunniest spots on the balance sheet as Sony Corp. saw net profits swell to ¥73.7 billion ($641 million) in the second quarter from just $15 million…
Jamie Foxx has signed on to star in "The Zebra Murders: A Season of Killing, Racial Madness, and Civil Rights" for DreamWorks. Plan B and Foxx-King Entertainment are producing. Based on the 2006 book…
Director Michael Mann has cut a deal at Paramount Pictures to develop "Frankie Machine" as a star vehicle for Robert De Niro. The drama is an adaptation of Don Winslow novel "The Winter of Frankie…
Sony's youth entertainment channel Animax is launching mobile version in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Microsoft's friendship with Facebook just got more expensive. The company said it will invest $240 million in the social networking site, a move that gives Facebook a valuation of $15 billion.
Pubcaster France Televisions intends to launch at least four channels when mobile broadcasting is introduced in France next spring.
Nintendo's "Wii Sports" took the lion's share of the kudos at BAFTA's Video Games Awards on Tuesday.
New Line Cinema has optioned “Out,” a 1997 novel by Natsuo Kirino that won Japan’s Grand Prix Award for crime fiction. Hideo Nakata is attached to direct, and Joe Forte will write the thriller’s…
Jessica Biel will topline UA’s crime thriller “Die a Little,” which the studio has set up with Richard Gladstein through his FilmColony banner and Biel’s Iron Ocean Films. Based on Megan Abbott’s…