Federal regulators have given the greenlight to another exchange that will trade in film futures.
All eyes are now on how James Cameron's sci-fi epic will perform when it bows on homevideo.
Technicolor is getting into the content business itself.
Pascal Sid and Julien Lacombe are to direct "Behind the Walls," which they tout as the first Gallic live-action feature shot in 3D.
Warner Bros. is in a role-playing mood, acquiring Boston-based gamemaker Turbine.
On the hardware side, the vidgame industry is embracing 3D at a rapid clip. Sony plans to make the PlayStation 3 3D-capable later this year, and Nintendo will introduce a 3D handheld system in June.
While a lot of gaming companies are just starting to focus on stereoscopic 3D, nVidia has been exploring the technology for some time.
Skechers, the L.A.-based footware company, is walking further into branded content
Imax and Japanese exhib Tokyu Recreation are partnering to open five Imax screens in Japan.
President Obama swung through Los Angeles for a series of fund raisers on Monday.
Demand Media, the company behind online hits such as eHow, Livestrong.com and Cracked, is expanding its reach, adding both Hollywood and Internet heavyweights to its board of directors. Peter…