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  • Topix oozes VFX in Dexter’s Fun House of Horrors
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    Topix’s VFX crew teamed up with Stone Core Productions to kick off Dexter’s highly anticipated third season on Showtime with the Season Premier promo spot called FunHouse. Dexter, is a dark and witty delve into the life of a “righteous” serial killer which demands a stylized VFX heavy approach to accurately depict the compelling and complex series premise in a mere 60 sec . . .

  • Duelling debates pose tough TV choice
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    The prospect of a spectacular crash-and-burn by U.S. vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Thursday’s televised debate is too good to resist for many Canadians, even though their own leaders will be vying for votes in a debate the same night, say observers. The scheduling of Canada’s sole English-language leadership debate had political junkie Denis McGrath ranting over the “boneheaded” decision to pit it against the U.S. vice-presidential debate. Despite his ardent interest in Canadian politics, he declared would not be watching the Canadian tussle.

  • Entertainment stocks lag on rebound
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    During Monday’s historically bad day on Wall Street, entertainment stocks fell harder than the rest of the market. During Tuesday’s powerful rebound, entertainment lagged again. The Dow, after plunging 778 points in its worst one-day performance ever, gained 485 points Tuesday, a 4.7% jump. The S&P 500 was up 5.4%,[…]

  • MPAA, Real in copyright suit
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    The MPAA and RealNetworks filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over software that allows users to copy protected DVD content onto a computer hard drive. The MPAA says the RealDVD software, released Tuesday, is “patently illegal” and should really be called StealDVD, while RealNetworks charged the Big Six studios with trying to[…]

  • Biz bracing for box office bottleneck
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    A whopping seven wide releases — plus the semi-wide release of Bill Maher’s doc “Religulous” — debut this weekend at the domestic box office, making for the most crowded frame that anyone can remember. Battling for October B.O. amid the many openers poses all sorts of problems for distributors, from fighting for screens to having to spend more on media campaigns just be heard.

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  • Topix oozes VFX in Dexter’s Fun House of Horrors
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    Topix’s VFX crew teamed up with Stone Core Productions to kick off Dexter’s highly anticipated third season on Showtime with the Season Premier promo spot called FunHouse. Dexter, is a dark and witty delve into the life of a “righteous” serial killer which demands a stylized VFX heavy approach to accurately depict the compelling and complex series premise in a mere 60 sec . . .

  • Duelling debates pose tough TV choice
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    The prospect of a spectacular crash-and-burn by U.S. vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Thursday’s televised debate is too good to resist for many Canadians, even though their own leaders will be vying for votes in a debate the same night, say observers. The scheduling of Canada’s sole English-language leadership debate had political junkie Denis McGrath ranting over the “boneheaded” decision to pit it against the U.S. vice-presidential debate. Despite his ardent interest in Canadian politics, he declared would not be watching the Canadian tussle.

  • Entertainment stocks lag on rebound
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    During Monday’s historically bad day on Wall Street, entertainment stocks fell harder than the rest of the market. During Tuesday’s powerful rebound, entertainment lagged again. The Dow, after plunging 778 points in its worst one-day performance ever, gained 485 points Tuesday, a 4.7% jump. The S&P 500 was up 5.4%,[…]

  • MPAA, Real in copyright suit
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    The MPAA and RealNetworks filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over software that allows users to copy protected DVD content onto a computer hard drive. The MPAA says the RealDVD software, released Tuesday, is “patently illegal” and should really be called StealDVD, while RealNetworks charged the Big Six studios with trying to[…]

  • Biz bracing for box office bottleneck
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    A whopping seven wide releases — plus the semi-wide release of Bill Maher’s doc “Religulous” — debut this weekend at the domestic box office, making for the most crowded frame that anyone can remember. Battling for October B.O. amid the many openers poses all sorts of problems for distributors, from fighting for screens to having to spend more on media campaigns just be heard.

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Archives for: October 20085
  • Topix oozes VFX in Dexter’s Fun House of Horrors
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    Topix’s VFX crew teamed up with Stone Core Productions to kick off Dexter’s highly anticipated third season on Showtime with the Season Premier promo spot called FunHouse. Dexter, is a dark and witty delve into the life of a “righteous” serial killer which demands a stylized VFX heavy approach to accurately depict the compelling and complex series premise in a mere 60 sec . . .

  • Duelling debates pose tough TV choice
    Thursday October 02nd 2008

    The prospect of a spectacular crash-and-burn by U.S. vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Thursday’s televised debate is too good to resist for many Canadians, even though their own leaders will be vying for votes in a debate the same night, say observers. The scheduling of Canada’s sole English-language leadership debate had political junkie Denis McGrath ranting over the “boneheaded” decision to pit it against the U.S. vice-presidential debate. Despite his ardent interest in Canadian politics, he declared would not be watching the Canadian tussle.

  • Entertainment stocks lag on rebound
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    During Monday’s historically bad day on Wall Street, entertainment stocks fell harder than the rest of the market. During Tuesday’s powerful rebound, entertainment lagged again. The Dow, after plunging 778 points in its worst one-day performance ever, gained 485 points Tuesday, a 4.7% jump. The S&P 500 was up 5.4%,[…]

  • MPAA, Real in copyright suit
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    The MPAA and RealNetworks filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over software that allows users to copy protected DVD content onto a computer hard drive. The MPAA says the RealDVD software, released Tuesday, is “patently illegal” and should really be called StealDVD, while RealNetworks charged the Big Six studios with trying to[…]

  • Biz bracing for box office bottleneck
    Wednesday October 01st 2008

    A whopping seven wide releases — plus the semi-wide release of Bill Maher’s doc “Religulous” — debut this weekend at the domestic box office, making for the most crowded frame that anyone can remember. Battling for October B.O. amid the many openers poses all sorts of problems for distributors, from fighting for screens to having to spend more on media campaigns just be heard.

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