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Starz and BBC Worldwide Productions  Announce New Original Series  Da Vinci’s Demons Starz and BBC Worldwide Productions Announce New Original Ser...
Los Angeles, Calif. - October 25, 2011 - Starz Entertainment has green-lit a new original adventure series titled "Da Vinci's Demons," developed and produced by BBC Worldwide Productions.  This is the first project to enter production under the multi-year...
10/25/2011 3:03 PM EST  | Read More

Harry Potter DVD And Blu-rays to be Pulled From Shelves Harry Potter DVD And Blu-rays to be Pulled From Shelves
Harry Potter fans will have to be sure they rush out to get their copies of any missing DVDs or Blu-Rays from their collections. As of December 29 of this year, Warner Bros. will stop shipping all copies of the films.This surprise move will give fans only a two month window...
10/25/2011 11:54 AM EST  | Read More

Once Upon A Time Premiere Successful Once Upon A Time Premiere Successful
"Once Upon A Time", ABC's new fairytale drama, debuted last night to impressive ratings. The y pulled in a 3.9 rating/10 share among adults 18-49 and 12.8 million viewers against NFL football on NBC and the World Series on Fox.This marks ABC's highest rated...
10/24/2011 12:02 PM EST  | Read More

Drew Pearce Hired for Sherlock Holmes 3 Drew Pearce Hired for Sherlock Holmes 3
"Sherlock Holmes 3" is moving along with development. The second film in the franchise still won't be released for another two months, but a writer has already been secured for the third.Warner Bros. has brought on Drew Pearce from "Iron Man 3" and &q...
10/24/2011 11:56 AM EST  | Read More

Paranormal Activity 3 Opens Big Paranormal Activity 3 Opens Big
"Paranormal Activity 3" opened up this past weekend with a higher than expected opening, earning $54 million. The previous film in the franchise earned $40.7 million. This was good news for the movie business in general, since film openings have been lackluster sin...
10/24/2011 11:16 AM EST  | Read More

Part of Avengers Film Shot on an iPhone Part of Avengers Film Shot on an iPhone
Seamus McGarvey, director of photography for "The Avengers", recently told IFTN that he used a rather unconventional tool for shooting parts of the film."The beauty of photography or cinema is that you make every choice based on the content at hand. On The Ave...
10/21/2011 3:46 PM EST  | Read More

Akira Heading to the Big Screen Akira Heading to the Big Screen
"Akira", the cult anime hit, is going to be made into a live action film. Warner Bros. will be releasing the project.There is no word on what the budget will be for the film, but an original budget had been set at between $90 and $100 million. The studios will be s...
10/20/2011 1:49 PM EST  | Read More

James Cameron Excited For New Avatar Films James Cameron Excited For New Avatar Films
James Cameron recently spoke with ABC News, and said that he is excited to get started on the upcoming "Avatar" projects.The director stated, "That's an ecosystem that I'm dying to start designing because it's going to look spectacular. Avatar 2 na...
10/19/2011 5:04 PM EST  | Read More

Another Hangover II Lawsuit Filed Another Hangover II Lawsuit Filed
"Hangover II" never seems to get out of the news. While that may sound good on some level, the reason for being in the news isn't. The film has attracted yet another lawsuit. After being involved in a lawsuit over the Mike Tyson tattoo that was copied for the...
10/18/2011 4:25 PM EST  | Read More

Tranformer Franchise Could Continue To Grow Tranformer Franchise Could Continue To Grow
The "Transformers" franchise could be seeing a fourth and fifth installment to the blockbuster series.Currently, Hasbro is in discussions with Paramount Pictures, Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg about how to make the project happen. They are discussing a back to b...
10/18/2011 4:11 PM EST  | Read More