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Returning to Hollywood for the first time in 42 years, Oscargoers found themselves parading past the Roosevelt Hotel, where the first statuettes were handed out in 1929 -- and they found themselves…
F/x shop Composite Image Systems' new 3D computer graphics division has landed its first major client, Paramount Pictures' summer adventure pic "The Core." The division, which has been revving up…
Netcaster Hypnotic has partnered with management and production outfit Quality Filmed Entertainment to develop film and television projects.
After years of being off-screen, Hollywood Boulevard knocked them dead in a high-profile comeback performance.
DreamWorks' computer-animated "Shrek" capped a nearly yearlong commercial bonanza with a win in the inaugural Oscar race for best animated feature.
Dutchman Michael van Jaarsveld's "Drift" won the grand jury prize and actress nod for Christel Oomen at the 15th Nordic Film Fest of Rouen, which ran March 13 -24.
Here was the new Kodak theater, with all its carpeting plush and paint fresh, filled with stern-faced security guards sprouting earpieces at their necks and 9mm pieces at their armpits. Winners were…
Main story Historic wins H’wood reborn ‘Shrek’ kudos Backstage Notes Photo gallery Arrival story Army Archerd Review Award Central 2002 Winners will be updated throughout the night. They will be…
Fox Animation and its Blue Sky Studios have launched development on "Robots," their next animated project following their impressive success with CGI comedy "Ice Age."
Toons and time travelers ruled the B.O. in a bunch of territories over the weekend while the zombies of "Resident Evil" sucked a reasonable amount of money out of Germany.