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  • Prime Focus World merges with effects studio Double Negative

    Prime Focus World merges with effects studio Double Negative
    Prime Focus World, the Hollywood-based entertainment services company, has merged with British effects studio Double Negative. The transatlantic merger is the latest sign of the globalization of Hollywood's visual effects business. It will make the...
  • Italy's RAI Cinema Boasts Banner Year But Continues To Cut Back On Hollywood Pics

    ROME - Italy's RAI Cinema is having a banner year, commanding a 15% box office share for the first half of 2014, which makes pubcaster RAI's film unit the number two Italian distributor after Warner Bros. However Hollywood titles continue to be a low...
  • YouTube, Amazon Start Playing Hardball With Sellers

    The ascendance of digital media has given the Internet's biggest distributors new market clout. And YouTube and Amazon are increasingly throwing their weight around with suppliers in disputes that are, to an unusual degree, public. The YouTube brouhaha...
  • Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' Leads Healthy U.S. Album Chart

    In a promising kickoff for summertime music sales, Lana Del Rey's sophomore offering led a trifecta of albums with sales in six figures onto the U.S. album chart last week. The pop siren's Interscope release "Ultraviolence" claimed the top slot with...
  • Jandy Nelson's 'I'll Give You the Sun' Movie in the Works at Warner Bros.

    Warner Bros. has acquired the movie rights to Jandy Nelson's upcoming coming of age novel "I'll Give You the Sun." The studio has set the project with Warner-based Denise Di Novi and Alison Greenspan. Di Novi's credits include "Sisterhood of the...
  • Verdugo area consortium wins digital media grant

    Glendale and Burbank educators are looking to further prepare students for working in the Verdugo region, thanks to a $6 million grant aiming to equip students with training to meet local industry needs. The California Department of Education announced...
  • Film review: Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' catchy but uneven

    You don't have to be middle-aged, or even an adult, to know songs like "Sherry," ''Big Girls Don't Cry," and "Walk Like a Man." Sure, they're '60s-era hits by The Four Seasons, but they've become such pop culture fixtures that even youngsters who've never...
  • Spain Announces 15% Tax Break for International Shoots

    MADRID - Spain's government has announced its intention to extend a 15% rebate on Spanish expenditure to international shoots lensing in the country. That's the good news. But, outlining new tax provisions, Spain's ruling Popular Party has made very...
  • Hollywood Research Firm MPG Closes, Leaving Questions as Its CEO Launches New Shop (Exclusive)

    Hollywood market research firm Worldwide Motion Picture Group abruptly shuts its doors just days before its CEO and his longtime lieutenants announced a new venture Tuesday, leaving conflicting accounts of what exactly transpired. MPG CEO Vincent...
  • Box Office: 'Think Like a Man Too' Dominating With $34 Million Opening

    Kevin Hart has struck box office gold once again. Hart's "Think Like a Man 2" opened Stateside to $12.2 million on Friday and is on track to gross $34 million this weekend. The studio is projecting a slightly more modest $32-$33 million launch. The...
  • Amazon Unveils Fire Phone, in Bid to Challenge Apple's iPhone

    Amazon took the wraps off the Fire Phone -- priced $100 lower than similar iPhone models -- and because the e-commerce company will not be relying on gigantic sales of the new gadget, it could represent Apple's most formidable rival in the category. At a...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...