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Spidey’s VFX Revealed: Extreme Webslinging Ahead!

Our writer goes behind the scenes of Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man reboot to uncover the secrets of some of its high-end visual effects. It has been only five years since Marvel Comics’ ... Continue Reading →
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Producer Roger Slifer in Intensive Care After Accident

Roger Slifer, the 57-year-old producer of Jem and the Holograms and G.I. Joe was taken to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center this Saturday after being struck by a car in an alleged ... Continue Reading →
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Ralph Bakshi and the Canadian Caper, Part 2

Our story so far:  Ralph Bakshi is asked by producer Steve Krantz to take over production of a troubled series, Rocket Robin Hood, which is being produced in Canada by Al Guest and ... Continue Reading →
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Stan Lee to Receive VES Lifetime Achievement Award

Entrepreneurial comic-book legend Stan Lee has been selected by the Visual Effects Society’s board of directors as the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Lee will be honored ... Continue Reading →
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New ‘Avengers’ Promo Art Surfaces

It seems that fans can’t get enough of Joss Whedon’s 2012 features adaptation of The Avengers. Today’s big buzzy item was the web release of a promo art for the superhero-packed ... Continue Reading →
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Daredevil Has a What?

As everyone reading this knows, the San Diego ComicCon is taking place this week.  ComicCon is, among other things, the ultimate melding of the comic book, motion pictures and television ... Continue Reading →
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The Hub Celebrates July 4th with ‘Transformers’ Marathon

With Transformers: Dark of the Moon coming to theaters this Wednesday, The Hub is presenting a blast from the past for the robots in disguise this Independence Day. On July 4, the network ... Continue Reading →
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‘X-Men’ Tops Box Office; ‘Panda’ Crosses $100M Mark

The VFX-driven superhero film X-Men: First Class handily outclassed the competition at the box office this weekend, thanks to strong reviews and good word of mouth, while DreamWorks ... Continue Reading →