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  • Alfonso Cuaron Returns to the Bigscreen After Seven Years With 'Gravity'

    When Alfonso Cuaron was first planning his marooned-in-space drama "Gravity," the filmmaker imagined an action-drama set in orbit, most of it with just a single character who would be weightless for the entire picture. It would be filmed using his...
  • Patrick McKenna Made Chairman of U.K.'s National Film and Television School

    Patrick McKenna, the chief exec of U.K. media investment and advisory group Ingenious Media, has been tapped as the chairman of the National Film and Television School. The financier, who has invested coin into "Avatar," "Life of Pi," "Trance," "127...
  • New Zealand Diversifies Production

    New Zealand may be one of the top territories successfully luring big-budget productions, but the rest of its film and TV sector is firing on all cylinders as well. For the first time, the industry's earnings have broken the NZ$3 billion ($2.34 billion)...
  • Fox movies headed to Broadway: 'X-Men,' 'Avatar' to become musicals?

     
    20th Century Fox is teaming with a trio of Broadway vets to adapt at least nine films into musicals over the next four years....
  • From Star Wars to comics to gamers, Florida has events to satisfy your inner nerd

    From Star Wars to comics to gamers, Florida has events to satisfy your inner nerd
    Florida's got fanboy down. Where else can you count on an annual Wookie sighting? Disney's Star Wars Weekends, though, going on from May 17 to June 9 at Disney's Hollywood Studios, is just one of Florida's great offerings for movies, TV, comics and...
  • Submarine piloted by James Cameron to begin cross-country journey

    A submarine piloted by director James Cameron for a solo dive to the deepest place in the oceans was preparing Saturday for a cross-country journey to its permanent home in Massachusetts. Cameron, director of blockbusters like "Avatar" and "Titanic,"...
  • Deep Sea Exploration Will Have to Wait for 'Avatar' Pics, Says Cameron

    Production on the next "Avatar" pictures will take priority over James Cameron's return to the ocean depths on his Deepsea Challenger submsersible, the helmer told Variety. Cameron kicked off the cross-country journey of the one-man sub at the California...
  • Richard Crudo Named ASC President For Fourth Term

    Richard Crudo was elected by the American Society of Cinematographers' board of governers to serve a fourth one-year term for the 94-year-old, invite-only organization. He previously served in the position from 2003-2005. For the Brooklyn-born Crudo --...
  • 'Fast & Furious 6': Michelle Rodriguez, Gina Carano can kick your rear

    'Fast & Furious 6': Michelle Rodriguez, Gina Carano can kick your rear
    If Michelle Rodriguez and Gina Carano share a single regret, it's having not risked spinal injury together to film a key sequence for the thriller "Fast & Furious 6" last year. The action actresses get downright aw-shucks-y — wistful, even —...
  • Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in

    Weekend Preview: Get your party on, get your swede in
    Here's what's on our mind this weekend: Low-budget movies, cheap drinks, free music, Ben Taylor, Mike Piazza and two leading curators of the cultural drift: Augusten Burroughs and KRS-One.  SWEDE ME, BABY Organizers of the second annual South Florida...
  • 'Iron Man 3' rockets to second-best opening ever

    'Iron Man 3' rockets to second-best opening ever
    "Iron Man 3" surpassed everything except "The Avengers." The third Tony Stark movie from Disney’s Marvel Studios enjoyed the second-best opening in box-office history, grossing an estimated $175.3 million in its debut weekend, Disney said Sunday....
  • Disney, 'Star Wars' are out-of-this-world match

    Disney, 'Star Wars' are out-of-this-world match
    Those "Star Wars" nerds are a persnickety bunch. They castigated George Lucas for little tweaks to his original films before special-edition DVD releases. A light saber's glow was deemed too pink, a newly computer-generated Yoda was widely panned, and...