Just in time for the Memorial weekend, fanboy favorite Bryan Singer announced...
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Universal Cable Productions and the much lauded producing team behind hit sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica will offer home audiences a new franchise spin-off feature titled Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Unrated Edition on DVD and Blu-ray next year. The film is packed with vfx and CGI magic and stars Luke [...]
Activision and Marvel Ent. are launching the new Amazing Spider-Man video game today in North America and on Sept. 26th in Europe. As the official epilogue story to this summer’s feature film and marking Spidey’s return to a free-roaming Manhattan, The Amazing Spider-Man video game is now available for 4800 [...]
Just in case you thought — after Alf and The Smurfs — there was no 1980s property that couldn’t be reimagined, Sony Pictures Animation has optioned movie rights to the short-lived 1983 NBC series Manimal as a potential live-action and CG animation hybrid movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the [...]
Disney XD puts a fresh spin on a sci-fi classic with the new series TRON: Uprising. You can’t keep a good franchise down: Two years after the theatrical reception of Disney’s TRON: Legacy, which added fresh faces and cool new CG effects to the 1982 sci-fi sensation, a new animated [...]
Ralph McQuarrie, the Oscar-winning concept artist behind such iconic Star Wars characters as Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3P0, Darth Vader and Boba Fett passed away Saturday, March 3, at the age of 82. McQuarrie was an influential designer whose work on films such as George Lucas’ Star Wars series, Raiders of the [...]
Leading 3D animation and tech tool manufacturer NewTek will host a special tribute to Emmy-winning LightWave vfx artists on Nov. 10 at the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences. Actress Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager) and special guest Dick Van Dyke will be on hand to celebrate the visual achievements [...]
Warner Bros. delivers a striking new animated feature focusing on Bruce Wayne’s first year as Batman. Many comic-book readers agree that one of the medium’s very best years was 1986, the year that saw the publication of such masterpieces as Watchmen and Elektra: Assassin. For many fans, the year’s real [...]
The plug has been pulled on The Dark Tower. Universal Studios has passed on a previously announced ambitious plan to adapt the popular Stephen King book series into three movies and two runs of television, apparently because the studio’s new owners balked at the high cost of the project, reports [...]
Red Giant’s Trapcode Particular Usually creating particle systems requires a 3D package with an fx geek behind the controls spinning spinners on turbulence, wind, gravity, etc. to get cool looking stuff. Trapcode Particular from Red Giant Software brought those controls into the 2D world of After Effects, and back not [...]