LucasArts' announcement at Comic-Con that it will release "Lego Indiana Jones" in 2008 comes just months after Warners announced that "Lego Batman" is in the works.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Science and Technology Council announced Friday that it has entered a three-year partnership with the Library of Congress to preserve digital content…
Entertainment One, the Canadian video distributor with aggressive plans to expand into the international theatrical biz, has named Patrice Theroux prexy of its new filmed entertainment division.
Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn will star in “Management,” a romantic comedy that marks the feature directing debut of playwright-screenwriter Stephen Belber. Film will be financed by Sidney Kimmel…
James Cameron has added two cast members to “Avatar.” Stephen Lang and Michelle Rodriguez will join Australian actor Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Wes Studi and CCH Pounder in the…
Producer Samuel Hadida has secured the rights to the vidgame "Return to Castle Wolfenstein," with Roger Avary attached to write and direct the adaptation of the ID Software property.
"Spider-Man 3" will swing onto homevideo in six different ways -- including two Blu-ray disc sets -- on Oct. 30.
The planned acquisition of teen site Bolt by online-video company GoFish has been called off, as Bolt continues to face a lawsuit from Universal Music Group.
Acting and visual effects sometimes seem hopelessly incompatible. Acting is an organic, spontaneous craft, while vfx uses technology and thrives on meticulous planning. Acting depends on human beings…
The "convergence" of movies and videogames may be as much hype as reality when it comes to both industries' everyday business, but artists from both will be literally converging at Siggraph.
If a robot is to save mankind, then it had better look the part. Optimus Prime, the lead robot battling evil in the film "Transformers," appeared too weak in its initial design, thought Keiji…